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TITE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1010.
EDITORS MEET NEXT IN OMAHA
State Press Votes Unanimously for
Gate City for Convention.
A. B. WOOD IS CHOSEN PRESIDENT
Resolatloa Adopted l'ra;lna; I,rta
latare to Make Liberal Appropria
tion for Parpoao of Proiterlr
Grain Rates from
to Omaha Reduced
Commission Orders (hit in Charges
from Stations on Burlington
and Union Pacific.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
' LINCOLN, May 25.-Sp-cial.) Th Ne
' braska . iltate Prtss association concluded
ita annual meeting tonight with a ban
quet at the Lincoln hotel given by the
a Lincoln Commercial club. The convention
aaleoted Omaha aa the next meeting place
The following officer were elected: A.
B. Wood of Goring Courier, president;
John. M. Tanner of Buuth Omaha, vice
president.; C. C. Johna of Grand iMland,
secretary and treasurer; Annla V. Gatea
' of Auburn, corresponding secretary.
In order to prevent and further de
ficiencies the association voted to Increase
the annual dues to $2.
The following resolutions were adopted:
Your committer has had before It the
action of the lostoffice department In re
quiring tho 1'ender Hcpiihlic and also the
i'ender Times to pay pontage at the third
clav rata on one entire edition of their
papers, because they contained a supple
ment giving an address on temperance by
ltev. T. M. C. li.rmingham, pastor of
tho eMthodlst church In i'ender. Senator
Norrls Brown presented the fitness of this
supplemert to the department, but they
declined to give an opinion until it was
first published In some paper and when
It was published I tils excessive penalty was
attached. They baaed their action on
acctlon G7 of the postal laws that aa It
was, in their opinion, not germane to the
regular Issue 0 the paper.
If the leport of a prize fight or base
ball game Is legitimate news, and germane
to the columns of the town paper, it is
sureiy also proper to give the sermon of
a minister delivered In the church and
when it otherwise has not space this very
section expressly provides that it can be
Issued aa a supplement ana without being
subject to extra pontage. We, therefore,
recommend the "adoption of the following:
Keaolved, first, i nut we condemn the
discourteous and unbusinesslike way of
the I'oHtofflce department in declining to
express an opinion on the fitness of matter
tor a supplement before It Is Issued.
Kesolvcd, second, That we . protest
against the ruling that excludes from the
Seriodlral . press the sermon of I lev. T.
I. t". Birmingham as unfair, unjust and
contoary to tne plain meaning of section
407'of tne postal luws and memorialize the
president to order It reconsidered.
Resolved, third. That our senators and
members of congress be requested to
bring this to the attention of the president
and use their Influence to have this case
reopeued and the former ruling reversed,
as We believe It should be.
whereas, Jt seems probable from un-
' off icial returns of the 1H10 census that Ne-
biasiia will show a very small increase In
population over 1900. and.
Whereas, A large proportion of Ne
braska' share of new settlers has been
deflected by other states which advertise,
and. ' .
Wndreas, "We, as sellers of advertising,
know full well the value of advertising.
the lack of which and the ill effects
thereof being well shown In Nebraska's
Instance; therefore, be It
. Hesolved, That the Nebraska Press as
sociation Urges tho next legislature to
make a liberal appropriation to the bureau
of labor and statistics, .with which the
state may be properly advertised; and, be
It further .
Resolved. That the President of this as
soaiatlon appoint a committee of three to
serve' for. one year, the duties of which
shall be, tft-slst similar committees rom
other ottfanizattons in securing . a. noerai
state appropriation for advertising and In
cidentally do anything in Its power to ad
uahiuii thA MtntA of Nebraska.
'Whereas. Advertising Is a large factor
In the activities of members of tho Ne
braska press association, and,
"Whrreia. The associated advertlsolng
clubs of America is an organization, whose
purpose It Is to develop advertising along
the most progressive lines, and,
"Whereas, The associated advertising
clubs of America will meet In annual con
vention at Omaha, in juiy oi vnis year
be It therefore
'Hesolved. That the members of the Ne
K,.uun nrwui ajiHnciailon attend the afore1
uaM mentioned convention and do all In
their power to advertise Nebraska among.st
the hundreds or memDers oi me Ararnrau
,!.,. rtiumir nliih. who will be In attend
ance thereat from all part of the United
The sincere thanks of each member of
this association are due the local com
mittee, the city of Lincoln, the CommerJ
ial club, tha school of agriculture, ami
all others who have had part and parcel
In entertaining us all so delightfully this
. comet year of 1910. Your generosity and
geniality are fully appreciated and our best
thanks are yours.
"In looking backward through the many
years of the existence of the Nebraska
.'press aaBooiatlon. we bellove the success
that has crowned each annual session has
been largely due to Its fuithful and effic
ient; officers. This Is especially true for
the officers of this year and we earnesily
commend our secretary-treasurer. C C
Johns, for the energy and efficiency ho has
shown In advertising this session, wh.ch
has resulted in such a large attendance
and such manifest enthusiasm."
Tyrrell i'ouiplalnt Dismissed.
Tha State Railway commission has dis
missed the complaint of County Attorney
Tyrfell against the Lincoln Traction com
pany. The county attorney alleged that the
Lincoln Traction company and the Cltl-
sens' Street railway had formed an Illegal
consolidation, and he asked that the mer
ger toe cancelled; that stocks and bonds
Issued prior to the merger be cancelled, and
that the company be stopped from doing
(biilie8s not provided for In Its charter.
I The railway commission In Its order
quoted the opinion of the attorney general
to the effect that the question of cancel-
' lng stock already issued was a matter for
tha courts and beyond tha Jurisdiction of
the commission. Mr. Tyrrell probably will
take the case to the courts.
. AMWaar eKllow t:uiiloe.
S Miss Jennie Adams, for ten years afalth
ful tvuiploye of the office of the state
.superintendent, had a birthday today which
fwas duly celebrated by the department.
Miss Adam was presented with a cake.
upon which I there were sixteen candles,
designating Wie years she has been upon
this mundane sphere and with sixteen
beautiful roses. In presenting the latter
Prof. Gregory made a neat little speech.
will e Deputy Superintendent Perdue read
a poem wbV-'h had been written by Mr,
Gregory. tt. W. 13. Redmond presented
tha cake, .
arr Wlna Aaala.
Pr. E. AHhur Carr has won out again.
Yesterday he was appointed a member of
the board of secretaries of the State Board
of Health and today the Homeopathic
"Medical society expungid from their rec-
I ords all mention to a motion to expel the
, doctor from the society because of a letter
ha wrote during the campaign. This was
the flr4 business attended to by the socl
aiy. ina eriori to expel Dr. Carr was
.made at the Omaha meeting last year.
MX tee a members were present when the
vota t raft this mornlngvand none voted
In tha negative.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, May . (Special.) The State
Railway commission has Issued an order In
the complaint of the Omaha Grain exchange
against the Burlington and Union ' Pacific
railroads, by which the exchange sought
to have the rates to Omaha on corn and
grain so reduced that It would be placed
on an equality with Kansas City, which
has a differential rate of S to 6 cents per
100 pounds to the south and southwest.
The order reduces the rate on corn and
grain and grain products taking the corn
rate, but suggests to tha exchange that It
should go before the Interstate Commerce
commission In the matter of the differential
In favor of Kansas City to southern points,
The exchange of Omaha asked practically
that grain shipments to thete two cities be
placed on the mileage basis, but while rec
ognizing the distance Is a factor In the
making of rates, as that Is a question to be
decided In another case wherein the com
mission Is to promulgate a rate classifica
tion, this question was not passed on. The
commission, however, said the showing
made was sufficient to demonstrate that
the rates complained of are excessive, and
ordered a reduction ranging from I cent
to 1.88 cents. The action was brought by
the exchange because of a ' reduction In
rates put Into effect by both roads to Kan
The rates promulgated by the commission
are as follows:
Armour 7.2Odell 7.6
Liberty 7.2:Lanham 7.5
Kinney 7.3Hardy 11.0
Wymore 7.4 Putnam ....1 7.3
Krider 7.5lilue Springs..... 7.4
Blue Springs 7.41Stone Quarry.... 7.4
Blue Springs Jet. 7.4Taylor 7.6
Stone Crusher... 7.4Barneston 7.6
WILSON IS HELD TO ANSWER
In t'oart at Broken Ban Is Charged
with llleaa.1 Practice at
BROKEN BOW, Neb., May 2K.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The preliminary hearing of C.
P. Wilson, chiropractic adjuster, charged
with illegal practlca of medicine, was con
cluded before Judge Halcomb today In
county court and resulted In the defendant
being bound over to the next term of dis
trict court. The hearing created an Inter
est, every seat In the court room being
An Important feature of the case was
the Introduction of a death certificate, al
leged, to have been signed by Wilson, for
Herman Olson, a former patient who had
been under his care. Previous to this
the deputy county clerk testified that, no
medical certificate had been filed in his
offleo by Wilson. The defense Introduced
no witnesses. Bonds were fixed at 100.
"Frat" Joke, Girl
Breaks Her Leg
Florence Riddle of Omaha Drops from
Window to Elude Captors at
. Sorority House and is Hurt.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 25.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) As a result of the pranks of her
sorority sisters, Florence Rlddell, a senior
at the State university and a graduate of
the Omaha High school, dropped from a
second story window Wednesday and broke
the fibula in her right leg.
Early Wednesday some of the freshmen
and sophomores at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house, of which sorority Miss
Rtddell is a member, wired the door of
her room shut and nailed the transom
down to prevent the two seniors of the
room-front' accompanying the senior class
on the annual sneak day to Milford. Not
to be deprived of the day's fun, Miss Rid
dell and MIbs Hanna, the two seniors se
cured a rope and after tying It to the bed
attempted to reach the ground. Miss Hanna
made the descent In safety,' but when
Miss Rlddell attempted to slide down the
rope she lost her hold and fell a distance
of twelve feet.
Realizing that she was serious injured,
Miss Hanna immediately summoned aid.
On examination It was found that Miss
Rlddell would be confined to her home for
In all the fraternities the underclassmen
attempted to foil the senior sneak day plans
by preventing the seniors from leaving.
At tha Chi Omega house the seniors were
locked In a room. About 300 seniors at
tended the annual sneak day at Mlltord,
returning home late in the evening. As
has been usual custom, the Innocent pledges
Nebraska Mens -Notes.
BEATRICE Mrs. Luclnda Stutsman died
here Tuesday, aged 72 years. She leaves
a family of three children.
NEBRASKA CITY-E. E. Miner, aged ol,
and Mrs. Gertrude Goff, acred 31, were
united In marrlago Tuewlay afternoon at
the home of the bride.
TECL'MSEH Mi s. Susan Greirir Sullivan
aged 63 years, died here today. She was
me wire or a. u. Sullivan, who hus been
merchant here since 1.S&2.
NEBRASKA CITY Miss Arnv Itnnrt
daughter of Mrs. Calvin Chapman, of this
ciiy. was united In marriage Monday at
nunsas uiiy 10 j. j. Alecks ot that city.
rUKMUM John Schrader. brldiia fore
man In charge of a gang driving piling
for a brlge across Logan Creek, north of
Hooper, had two fingers mashed by the
pna ariver yesicraay at lei noon.
PERU Prof. Herbert Brownell. who was
recently tendered a position In the State
university, has decided to accept and will
accordingly leave Peru at the close of
tha summer school about August 1.
NEBRASKA CITY-A new Airdome. with
a seating capacity of 1,000, which was built
by a Kansas City syndicate, was opened
hero last evening: bv Mayor Jackson and
other city officials. The full capacity of
the place was tested by the large crowd
PLATTSMOUTH Rev. Wade L. Austin.
the pastor of the First Methodist Kulscooal
church here, delivered a very able baccal
aurate discourse in the Presbyterian church
Sunday evening to the grsuuatlng ciass.
taxing tor nis text "What Is Man that
Thou art mindful of him?"
PERU Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6
Mrs. H. B Duncanson entertained in honor
of Miss Christian, a teacher in the normal.
whose engagement to Dr. White of Toronto,
uanaaa, was announced, t he wedding will
take place June 1 and they will leave Im
mediately for an extended trip abroad.
NEBRASKA CITY A letter has been re
ceived from Horace A. Sibley of this city,
wno went, with his wire, aa a missionary
to China. He Is located at Lao Ho Kow.
C:ilna, and says the Boxers have not dis
turbed his mission, but the trouble was In
a county or province adjoining his terri
PERU Miss Edna Barnes, who gradu
ates from the elocution department next
week, gave her recital Monday evening In
muslo and expression hall to a large and
appreciative audience. She gave the read
ing of "Captain January" by Iaura Rich
ards, and was assisted by Mrs. Homer
House aa soloist.
PLATTSMOUTH During the regular
meeting of the city council last evening the
petition previously Issued to the drug firm
of Gering & jo., to sen liquors this year,
was revoked by that body. A remonstrance,
signed by citizens, was Ignored and the
permit granted April 30, last.
ALBION Mr. J. B. Galyean, one of the
early pioneers of Boone county, died at his
homo tn this city Tuesday afternoon at the
advanced age or SO years. Bet hits a large
fnmlly of grown children, he leaves sur
viving him an srchI widow. The funeral
occurred from tne Methodist Episcopal
church yesterday afternoon.
PIATTSMOUTH Mrs. D. B. Ebersole,
aged 44 years, was burrled Tuesday after
noon. Rev. W. L. Austin conducted the
services. The deceased nil born In this
city and Is survived by her husband and
two sons. She was a member of the Chris
tian church, the Royal Neighbors, the Re
beccas and the Eastern Star.
KEARNEY John B. Malady died at his
home In this city early Tuesday morning
of lung fever after an Illness of several
weeks. He was 64 years old and leaves a
widow and three children. The deceased
was an old resident of Kearney and for
eighteen years has held the position of
engineer at the brick yards.
PLATTSMOUTH Superintendent of the
Plattsmouth city schools, J. W. Gamble,
has tendered his resignation. He has not
stated his Intentions for the future, but It
is Intimated that there Is a bee In his
belfry and that he may bo a candidate for
the nomination of state superintendent of
public Instruction on the republican ticket.
NEBRASKA CITY News has been re
ceived here of the death of II. S. Martin
and Miss Eva 8. Whe:-ler at Thermopolis,
Wyo. They were smothered by the fumes
of sulphur In a sulpher mine where they
had gone to take flashlight pictures. Mr.
Martin was born and reared Ir. this vicin
ii v. being the son of the late John Henry
BEATRICE The officers of the Gage
County Farmers' institute and the Do
mestic Science club held a meellng here
yesterday and arranged to hold an Insti
tute here December 12 to 17. Val Keyrer,
state superintendent of farmers' Institutes,
and A. E. Nelson, superintendent of the
boys' and girls' work, were present and
NEBRASKA CITY-John Hastens, a
wealthy young farmer residing in Russell
precinct, was united in marriage Tuesday
to Miss Lena Stlkendeck. at the home of
her parents, bv Rev. Blundell, In North
Branch Dreclnct. After the ceremony they
were given a reception and left on their
wedding trip. They will make their future
home on a farm belonging to tne groom.
BEATRICE I-an Langer, a farmer living
north of the city, sustained several frac
tured ribs and was severely bruised by a
herd of hogs when he entered the pen to
feed. He was carrying a basket ot corn
when a huge boar ran at him, knocking
him down. The herd In rushing for the
basket of grain tramped Mr. Langer badly
and he was fortunate in escaping as luck
ily as he did.
AUBURN Two boys, who gave the
names of Allgood and Dennis, took two
watches from the Jewelry store of Dick
Helmer, Tuesday evening, while the pro
prietor waa at supper. Both were arrested,
but the watches were not recovered, but
Allgood promised to take the officers to
the spot 'where he said he had hidden
them. Neither of the boys, who say their
homes are In Omaha, is over 15 years old..
AUBURN An unidentified man, who was
booked as John Doe, was arrested yester
day afternoon by Officer Dyeon, charged
with attempting to pass counterfeit money.
He ate lunch at Thompson's restaurant and
tendered a bogus quarter In payment, and
when this was refused he offered what
purported to be a pay check- issued by the
Missouri Pacific railroad. He refused to
give his name and Will be held for Investi
gation. SHELfTON A meeting was held last
night by the subscribers of the stock of
the Shelton Power and Electric Light
company, and the following board of direc
tors was elected: M. Q. Lee, E. L. Smith,
Felix Klmbrough, G. A. Steven and A.
Allen. The capital stock will be $20,000, and
a large amount of this has already been
subscribed. Work will be commenced soon
and the plant rushed to completion. It Js
expected that light will be turned on by
September tne rirst.
DAVID CITY The graduating class of
the David City High school Is a large
one this year, twenty-six In number. Sun
day evening the baccalaureate sermon was
preached In tne congregational cnurcn Dy
Rev. O. n. Moon. The class day. entitled
"A Son of Old Ell," will be given in the
Note this claim for
King-Swanson sells the best suits ever sold at tho prices
they quote similar claims of others notwithstanding. We
don't urge you to buy our suits, but we do urge you to see
them. Three-fourths cf our sales are made to men who
have visited other stores on a tour of comparison.
Come intake as much of our time as you like. The more
you take the more you'll be convinced that we sell the best
suits in town
$10, $12, $15, $18, $20
Omaha's One Modern Clothing Store.
HIE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
opera house Thursday evening, and the
commencement exercises will be held In
the same place the following evening. Pres
ident Turner of the Hastings college will
deliver the commencement address.
PLATTSMOUTH The commencement ex
ercises of the Plattsmouth High school
will be held In the Paimele theater on
Friday evening, and the program consists
of invocation by Rev. L. W. Gade, instru
mental duet by Frances Whalen and Vir
ginia McDonald: vocal solo, Grace Adams;
salutatory, Mattlo C. Larson; valedictory,
Marie Douglas; Instrumental solo, Hattie
Hoffman; class address. Dr. W. M. David
son, Omaha; presentation of diplomas, J.
M. Roberts, cashier of the Plattsmouth
BEATRICE A meeting of the purchasers
of land near Cotulla. Tex.. In the Bermuda
onion district, waa held last night for the
purpose of compelling the Kinney uuia
company to refund part of the money al
tered to have been fraudulently obtained
from Beatrice people through the sale of
land. It was decided to employ an attorney
at San Antonio. Tex., to secure a settle
ment out of court, and If this is not done
criminal proceedings will be Instituted In
federal court. Beatrice citizens say they
were fleeced to the amount of about 2o,000.
FREMONT The Fremont Drainage dis
trict has completed dyking and jetty work
for the season and unless the Platte should
behave differently than during the last
two years no more work will be required
for some time to come and then only small
repairs. Since the river was turned to the
south of ! remont island and tne cnannei
south of the bridge Island closed by the
Burlington, the McLean farm, south or the
river, has had a good many acres of farm
land washed Into the river in spite ot er
forts to keep the stream In It's channel,
the main current being very near the south
SUMNER The public schools of Sumner
closed last night. JJr. wunam Hi. tscneii.
president of York college, gave the class
oration. Ha emphasised the abundant re
wards that come to the faithful student
and urged the Importance of a good educa
tion for every child of the nation. The
Methodist church was crowded to Its ut
most capacity and many could not secure
entrance at all. The graduates are Clyde
W. Lewis, Paul W. Falk. Rex F. Swartz.
Rose (Mouse. Rheta Johnson and Hazel I.
Hedges. Prof. H. G. Stout, the principal,
has had a splendid year and has been re
tained at a fine advance In salary.
NEBRASKA CITY-A traveling man. giv
ing his name as Curt Weber, and traveling
out of Chicago, complained to the sheriff
yesterday that two card sharks with whom
he had got into a game with on the mis
sourl Pacific train going south, had robbed
him of 40. They dealt him a hand con
taining five aces and when he displayed all
of his money, one of them grabbed It and
jumped rrom the moving train. The sheriff
chased them as far as Talmage. but the)
got away, because of the breaking down
of the automobile In which he was riding.
One of the men waa captured later at Au
burn, but he had no money on his person.
Whan you want What you want when
you want it, and want It In a hurry, ad-
vartlsa for . tn The Bee.
Dakota TVesleyan Athletes Active.
MITCHELL. S. D., May 4.-(Speclal.)
Dakota Wealeyan university contemplates
sending a large delegation of students
over to Huron Thursday morning for the
annual athletlo and oratorical contests,
which will be held here on Thursday and
Friday. Coach Chadwlck has been work
ing with his track team all soring and Is
confident that he has the best bunch of
track men that have gone to a state meet
tn the last four years, and the students
coincide with him on the proposition. In
the dual meets where tha wesleyan ath
letes have participated against other col
leges this spring they have shown up to
a greater advantage than ever before. In
the oratorical contest Roy Tlbbetts will
represent the institution, his subject being
Race Meet at Mitchell.
MITCHELL. S. D., May 24. (Speclal.)-
Local horaemen have arranged for a race
meet to be held July 12, 13 and 14. two fea
tures of which will be a 2:26 stake pacing
race and a 2:35 trotting race, the entries
for which have Just closed. The entries
In the former number twenty-seven and In
the latter twenty-six, making a total of
fifty-three horses for these two events.
Good purses are offered In the other races
of tha three days, and It Is expected that
a large string of horses will be brought
here for the events. Two or three auto
mobile races have been planned for, and
entries will ,be received from out of town,
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Eleven Graduate at l.oifa.
LYON 3. Neb., May g5.-Spaclal.) The
high school graduating clas of 1910 rendered
its program tonight In the orera house
Tha jclaaa onslats of eleven numbers,
whose name are aa follows: Robert J
Rymlll (salutatory), Goldle I. Mortcr (vale-
f41ctory)..Goldn P. K rata, Hasel D. Mann,
rvaa A. .Wilaon. Myron A. Paine. CharUa
sselmann. Miles L. Htauffcr. A.
Nebraska, Cltr Votes Bonda.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. May 2S.-(Spe-
clal.) The warmest election held in this
city in years was held here yesterday.
when the Issue of 180,000 bonds for th
erection of a new high school building was
approved by the voters by a large ma
jority. The forces In favor of the high
school bonds were wll organized and as
sisted by the scholars of the high school
and their parents. They secured automo
biles and worked all day getting out the
voters, maid and female, because the
voters at this election were the taxpayers
and parents of children of school age,
Many of the women desirous of voting had
some property listed so as to be classed
among the taxpayers and they cast one
fourth or more of the vote and It waa
anounced that the proposition carried two
to one. When the votes were counted the
whistles were sounded and the high school
scholars had a Jollflgatlon. There was
considerable opposition to the Issuance of
the bonds, but It was not organised.
Save 20 Per
HOLDRBGEJ, Neb., May 26. (Special.)
Graduation week of the Holdrege High
school Is now here, the first of the events
In connection with it being held Sunday
when the baccalaureate sermon was de
livered at the opera house by Rev. E. C.
Newland of the Methodlat Episcopal
church. Laxst night the ninth grade
declamatory contest and school musical
was given. A large crowd attended the
affair, which waa given at tha local opera
house. A 110 gold Piece was offered the
winner of the evening's contest by the
Commercial club, and 15 in gold by the
local Women's Christian Temperance
union for the second honors. The Judge
awarded first place to Floyd Shepherd,
who gave "The Death Bed of Benedict
Arnold," and second place to Carrie Wil
liams on her rendition of "Trying the Rose
Act." Nimbers by tha high school
sextette, the girls glee club and a chorus
of 150 voices occupied places on the pro
gram In addition to the contestants.
UJU.1 J L.IS. R'faj JSJTWSsgEWTBryarai
Change from coffee to
w pua A.
"There's a Ileaaon"
S4.75 to 38
For Refrlgemtora -Sme Make as
When It comes, to refrigerators we
not only sell lower by aeveral dollars
on each box, but we carry the very
finest line shown In this section
They are built to save Ice and they do
It Complete ventilating system in
each keeps pure air constantly circu
lating and food always wholesome.
ki lili lliliiiiil
South : Omaha
lor this Sani
A bandBome Sanitary Co'tsh ad
justable, so as to be made Into a bed
In a few seconds. During the day It
folds, so as to be an ornamental piece
of furniture. A regular $4.00 value tn
any Omaha store.
WILTON, BIGELOW and BOD I L... oEI8 RUGS, 20 PER CENT
BELOW OMAHA PRICES
Compare Our Prices for
CARPETS and RUGS
Sold here for
With Those Charged la Omaha,
Brussels Hugs, in beautiful patterns and
perfect design; our price
Velvet Rugs, handBome patterns and good values
at Omaha prices, but we ask 20 less. fr4 r A A
Qvl9 Axminster Ruga of very high quality "7 TA
tAXaw and noted for long wearing; our prioe. . v-ll
Ovl 9 Genuine Bagdad Body Brussels, in most beautiful
wAlfl patterns. These would cost you $10.00
more in Omaha; our price, only
perfect designs; our price, only
Ovl 9 Badacl Wilton luxurious patterns and 01 OA
v JLu nerfect desicus: our mice, onlv vOUeOw
for this hard
painted lawn bench.
Weather or hard us
age will not harm it.
Size 36 inches.
42-inoh bench, like
48-inoh bench, like
CUt a. $1.65
Rockers and chairs, like cut; strong
ly made of wicker and rattan, from
$2.50 down to
We also sell
lar Porch Fur
niture made of
fjICfor this beautiful oak
top. A regular $4.50 value
You wonder how we
save you 20
Well, It's no secret We have unusually
low rout, for one tbluj; we ao an Immense
business for another; wo keep all possible ex
pas down to the minimum These thrco
tblnca coiablne to enable us to save you at
least f tO on a hundred dollar purchr.j3, and
13 oasts If It's only a dollar purchase. And
70 u only have to remain on the cars a llttlo
longer U make this money.
nets, $2.75 to .
Many different sizes
and deslgus, to fit
practically any spare
kitchen space you have.
Our prices are certain
ly low on this line, as
you know If you have
ever priced them In
Omaha. You have no
Idea the number of
steps you will stve
with one of thes4 In
your home. Msde of
oak. with dull flnlab.
All South Omaha
cars pass our door
If coming from Omaha, all you have to
do Is ask the conductor for a transfer. Board
any South Omaha car, for they all pass our
door. Tou will be surprised at the number
of your friends who appreciate our low prices
and buy furniture in South Omaha. They
come in automobiles aa well as street ears.
24th and L Streets
ua Qalaon, . Clay iu. Newmytr and
Georce E. Moatmao.
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