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THFi TtEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JULY 27, 1010.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
, lol rrtnt ...
Tsks j out prlatlsf to ths Vim.
lUctrlo raas Boress-OraadssB Co.
Tboiut W. Blacksar for cougrsss.
Bert XJrjr Cleanlaf of garment. Twin
City Do Works, sOl South fifteenth.
aviafa Aoeeaata in Nebraska fcavlngi
.' and Log Ast'n. One dollur to f 5.009 cacti.
tin per cent per annum, credited
t annually. urantid l!8i. lui Varnam.
t Mataal interest Club Trolley Kids A
1 trvllry rid will be taken by the member
. of the Mutual Interest club, on of the
prominent colored club of Omaha, Thurs
i day evening. .
( at. John' Pariah Floslo 8U John
parish school held It annual plcnlo at
Fairmont park .Tuesday, taking a special J
car with about 125 children. Tua day ai
spent In plajlng gam with im contest
in tti Afternoon..
x Master Tlntrs OrganU Th Omaha
i biancn of 111 L'nUed Typoll.etae ut
America revived Itself at the Commercial
club Tuesday noon. About flften mauler
printer attended th meeting. It I planned
f to hold regular meetings In ths future.
' ' 014 Deed aVsoorded The dead la now re
' Corded of a large sal mad a year ago.
This i seventeen acres t Forty-fourth and
Leavenworth, formerly owned by Lyman
' Richardson, and bought from bim by the
1 O'Keafe company for Walrsth and 6her-
woo, lumbermen. Th pric I I1S.000.
CMoago . Ceorraphtcal . fJoolety Two
tourist cars carrying th Chicago Geo
rapbical society on their annual tour left
' CJUy, .Vyo., Tuesday, passing through Yel
' lowstone park ea Tuesday and arrived in
' Orriha ThursdSyt ' Th society has been
'doing good' work on It trip and pronounce
it a very successful one.
OiiAHA WELL CnN BUILDING
Shows Good Increase in th Tablet of
Oains Made in 1909.
AHEAD OF LAAGER CITIES
Activities ef th Orssis4.
Bodies Along tb Uaes at Va
SsttaklB- of Coneerm t Woaaea.
JUDGE LOYETT GOES FISHING
Read of the Harriman Lines to Cait
Aiide Business Cares.
iCEOrS ARE THE MAIN ISSUE
While the Average Gain of 1ST Title
la HA. 04 Prr I e-J, nnais
haws a Ualsi of 811.03
By th evidence of government figure
Omaha stand twenty-seventh among th
large cities In th amount of building don
In 1909. Th Depsrtment of the Interior has
just published a booklet, th first of Its
sort ever put out, giving the building opera
tions of 187 cltlo. a copy of which has
been received by the building Inspector.
Salt Lake Is twenty-fifth. Cincinnati
twenty-eUth, Indianapolis twenty-eighth
and Jersey City twenty-ninth. Kansas City
stands well up In the line, being fourteenth,
two places ahead itt Minneapolis, ft. Jo
seph, Mo., Is awsr down, being sixty-eighth,
and Toledo, O. (about the same site as
Omaha), Is seventy-fifth.
South Omaha has just enough to get Into
th list, ranking as th 13fth and Council
bluffs Is the llsth.
Th building figures of New York City
sr surprising. New York City, not
Oreatar New York. bu th real Manhattan,
has building operations every year that are
about ona-fourth of th total operation of
th fifty biggest American towns. Th aver-
cost of a fireproof building Uiere Is
13,000 and tb next highest averag is that
of Chicago, which is only SU.0TT. Nw York
ha Sl,o,OW put into building? every er
Miss Frances Crittenden, assistant secre
tary and educational director of th Young
Women's Christian Asoclatlon, has Just re- a'a Faelfla Wat Maea later-
turned from a month's vacation spent In
Denver. Shs will remain In . Omaha In
charge of the work until early In Septem
ber, when ahe goes to headquarters of the
new territorial district, either St. Paul or
Minneapolis, to tak up her work a office
Mm Hutchinson Her S. A. Hutchln- ". including an or ureater .w
on. manager of th Union Paclfio tourist h tota 2S0.w,00O.
department in Chicago, made a trip to
Omaha' Tuesdsy to arrange details of
tourist travel with th general . passenger
department. The Union Pacific road handles
many partes of tourists, taking thorn
' fUrtVugh.'Hhe territory west of th Missouri
; rfyar to. California and to the Yellowstone.
objects tolextra charge
fob a little hair tonic
Omaha stands well up In the percentage
Of Increass in building for 1910. Th averag
of th 117 cities Is &.34 per cent, but in
Omaha It is per cent
Jadge AJtstast Flaes
l Who Throw Oat
' ' ""Vn yo hit little something on youf
, .&.','. .asksd. J. MoCarty, a barber in the
shop In th basement at Fourteenth and
Douglas, of L A. Andrus of Council Bluffs,
,Wbo he !had Just finished shaving.
''Why yes," responded th customer.
A bill was then presented. Mr. Andrus
' opjecjed l' the charge and It is alleged,
wss shown the door In a rough manner.
i In-poUoe oourt, the prosecuting attorney,
Judge, Dickinson, after a half hour of vex
ipg, .crpfty" examination, finally succeeded In
drawing out .testimony to the effect that
"a.ntttta something" .means hair tonic, and
that the price wilj be either ten, fifteen or
twentefc-flv cents, according to the brand
4oll,nd the head on which It Is placed.
McCarty and another barbar, Evans, were
brought lnto tlif court on th complaint of
Mr. -Andrus, who resented his rough hand-
. ling and the attempt: mad to overcharge
him:-; L ' ' -
Judjr Altetadt5 ifourid the two , barbar
. guilty, an4 fUiad them 1 and costs each.
f NUMEROUS FIRES. KEEP
FJRE DEPARTMENT ON RUM
rtnr 'gaualt Biases ' ttqrlns; Afternoon
nw.JUrolns; Defor iia Dfrnp- ;
"r .in in v.
The 'lr-aetio.rtment- wss ept busy yes
terday afternoon and evening, but none of
the flre-.ws serious, Th severest suf-
ferer Wa-Mrs;' Jennie Citron, who con
ducts a' tailoring . establishment at UUl
North. .Twenty-fourth street. A fir of un
known oiigla In oas of the rooms caused
" $3(W losai s principally arising from clolh-
infi tured and damage by Water. A slight
blase occurred' at thi vacant Fowler el
evator t . -Tenth, and Seward streets,
'. througb,:. the... structure having becom Ig
nlted. It Is supposed, by spark from a loco
motive. Another call was to th bouse of
How J, Brown; at MM Pecatur street The
occupants had been cleanlug furniture with
- gHsollns, -n taking a Ugbt to how
v . their handiwork looksd there was an ex
plosion, but little damage followed. The
burning of a small coal shed necessitated
a run te 1710 North Seventeenth street.
for the Panama
New Orleans and San Fr&ncisoo
Each Wants Honor of Being
Two big citlbe New Orleans and San
Francisco are coquetting fur the stalls
and good will uf Ouutha and Nebraska.
TheM two cities are campaigning fur a
rat world's exposition which will be held
in 1116 to commeniorat and celebrate th
opaning of the Panama canal.
Tn Lfeu will be fought out and settled
at the next session of congress beginning
in September, and nieauwbll ach city is
making every eflort to enlist support.
Nuw Orleans has written a blandishing
letter to. the Omaha Commercial olub, a
toiler which Includes many persuasive ar
guments and beautiful hand uiad resolu
tions which Indorse th Creol city. It is
il ready to bs. signed.
Sixty million people, says the New Or
leans men. llv within a radius of 1,000
miles of New Orleans, and only 6,000,000
within a similar radius of San Francisco.
Ths average fare for Tb per cent of the
people of th United Slates to the .Louisi
ana town Is only SIS. 60; to San Francisco
It Is SST.fitl fur 74 per oent.
It 1s urged bt New Orleans is "ths
logioal' point because . of proximity to the
canal, that New Orleans has raised 6,t30.-
000 and will rais 12,300,000 more; that the
whole Mississippi and Missouri valleys will
profit hr holding th exposition at Nw
Orleans, and that at San Francisco It will
oruy arreot fh Pacific coast
COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL
..: . , EXTENDS FIRE LIMITS
n.ilr Aeooots Chtr j4t4o Aleo
. B of CMdolmes
Itssolutlons of condolonc on th death of
Mrs, pertha Meyer, 1SU Webster street
niothr-4a-law of '"Councilman Hummel.
wrrS adDte by the oosnoil in eomsnltte
nieOrrg Monday afternoon. A floral trlbut
will be lent by th council members for
tr: Meyer's funeral.
-The fir limits ordinaaoa of iuUs Berks
which has been befor th oouncll for sev
ral meetings, was brought up again, and
on the ad vie of th chief th following
extension la addition to thos planned
were Included ta th bill: Thirteenth. Plerc
to Center; Sixteenth, Plerc to Ullam
Lavowortb. Twnty-soon4 to Thirtieth
Faraaro, west to Thirtieth; Cumlug. west
to Twenty-sevsnth; North Twenty-fourth
t lAks Slid Sherman tvtaiM to Jooaat
VAUDEVILLE, MANAGER HERE
C. C. Colltas Tsvkn Aetlro Chara of
'. w Thesittr -"Boo" Bro4 Osts
, '' . ' kur C-o '.
'?. XX-OvlUn, inapagor of th American
Amuscwent balU 1 Omsha and has as
Vuaasd tstlv chars of preparing th new
.vaudeville .theater' for Its' Opening next
monjh. : ; sir. polUn was . PCnab last
seasott as . iraoagwr of tha- company
wliih Jolui Masoa wss seen In "Ths
' Witching Hour.1
"Poa" Breed of ths Krur theater 1s get
ting ito !th 'heavV weight syndloat class.
1U Is ths owner f two coiopnls about
to open la Chicago a "The Smart Mln
strsls.' a number ons and cumber two
A number on "McFadden's Flats" com
pany will open at Springfield, 111., August
. 14 and A dumber two of the sam at
Janesvtll th sam date. His number ons
"Smart Set" company will have a run in
New York, beginning October 1
Mr. Brd has also bought "Th Show
Girl." In which Hilda Thomas will be feat
urd. . This company will open In Drs
Moines at Foster's Opera houss August
and will travel to the coast, playing both
' John Cart and Stair 4t Hsrlln time. Th
other Breed attractions will be booked on
Stair A Havlln time only.
Another attraction owned by "Doe'
Breed la a "Stronghaart" company. Th
Miller stock company, now at the Krug,
his property, too.
st4 la Bat Raises, a They
Apply Ksvst of JHIs
Judge Hubert 8. Ixivett, president of the
Union Pacific, Is st present more concerned
Whll In Denver Miss Crittenden visited I aa to whether the fish will bit than what
th Denver association and dlouiied with the Interstate Commerce commieslon mav
th Denver secretary, Mrs. Ellen J. roote, or niay not do. Judge Lovett Mrs. Lovett
the Denver association's plans for ths near and their H-year-old son were In Omsha a
future. few hcurs Tuesday on ' their wav west
J he uenver association st present is They arrived early In ths mornln In ths
chiefly actlvs In maintaining a boarding president's private cur and left shortly after
nome tor young women. its lour-siory luncheon for Wyomlug.
building is entirely given over to the nou- judg Lovatt himself went to hesdqusr
ing oi young women, uns nunareo. gins trs after breakfast, conferred a short
live there. Last year after visiting other time with Vice President Mohler and spent
cities and seeing the work done in tnem- th, rest of ths time before luncheon with
Omaha was then Vlaited-Mrs. Foot en- General Solicitor Nelson H. Loomls.
deavored to introduce aoms eduoatlonal -w are arolng to fish In ths north fork
work Into their plans but found It Impos- 0f th Platte In Wyoming," said President
slble to carry on any of this broader work tovett "and from ther go to tb Snak
f th association In th building which was river In Idaho. I shsll not set comDletalv
used as a nom ty so many young women out 0f touch with business, but combine
beoause they objected to the Classes as ais- that somewhat with pleasure.
turblng. litis lsck of class work or To question about the railroad and busl
broader work of the association is lait in M uJatlon, Judg Lovett generally r
tn memoersnip, wmcn st present m onif m. i turned th answer:
However, th association Is now at work i -i ,jon't wan't to say anything about that
on plans lor a large aamtuisirauvs ouiia- for publication."
ing such aa Omaha has, and hops soon Judgs Lovtt did ssy that the Union Pa
to begin a campaign for a development of cirio was llttl concerned with th recent
the association along broader lines. sttempt to increas freight rates. "The
Increases ars nearly all east of the river.
Representatives of the various Omaha xh chief concern of railroads now." ha
unions of tn vy. c. t. v. ar now in tdded, "Is good crops. That oonoerns every
Ltkncoln attending Ihe Stat convention oi vnc
the prohibition party. Members of different
temperance societies were Invited to attend
the convention, nd each of th local unions
responded In sending a delegate. Monday
evening a banquet at the Lindell was ths
entertainment Tuesday morning a general
public session at which the W. C T. U.
renrAart.itAtlvM rflnalv aredantialS admltttnir
them to the afternoon business session. Uffiana ana COUnOU iiiUIIS UlVCS XIV t
Mrs. I. S. Lesvltt represenU th Omaha Hundred Dollar ftl Shttr nf
Meeting on Rate
W. C. T. U., Mr. George Covell th
Frances Millard, Mrs. John Brady the
West Side, Mrs. Beach the Benson and
Mrs. Arthur Howe th South Omaha
Instead of th regular meeting th Fran-
Man at His Trial
Court Scene is Interrupted, but Han
if Fined When He1 Recovers.
While facing Judg Alts tad t on a charge
of wife beating, John Iutha, 0t North Six
teenth street, was siesed with a violent at
tack of delirium tremens Tuesday .morning.
The trial was brought to a sudden 'Inter
ruption and the attendants badly fright-
n4 when L-utha tottered on his feet and
began to snak Ilk aa aspen leaf. H was
takan to Jail and placed under medical at
Lutha suffered arrest when, according te
the police, h attacked his wlf fiercely,
dragging her round their home by th bain
policeman Hudson made tb arrest
He was later returned to the court room
gnd given a ser.tttnc of twsnty days In
tb county Jail.
Fund for Contest.
A meeting will be held In Chicago Thurs
day of th comraltte which has charge of
the Investigation in behalf of the shippers
of the oroDosed Increass in railroad ratou
ces Willard W. C T. U., will glv a pio- Th, commute at this . meeting will out-
mo at naiiscom para luesony. ne .nd enU)oy coun.ei for thtt eom
Ins lnvestlsatlon. Dendlna- which the rail-
Bay Court, a large hotel with extensive road, h.v(1 DOBtDoued ths Increase from
grounds lucatea si isew Baltimore on An- i ul,UMt u to November 1
chor bay will belong to tne aiobigan resn Omaha and Council Bluffs hav remitted
Air Fund society. in property pas been t0 th treasurer of ths committee, that
bought by Mrs. Tracy McGregor. Detroit's ,um belng thu nsighborhbod's share of the
well-known pnuaninropisi. tor in purpose m fund wnlch nai been raised.
or giving poor moiners ana insir onuaren E. J. McVann. commissioner of ths rats
chance to get away from the city' heat bureau of th Omaha Commercial club. Is
for a week or two. . member of the committee and win attend
X7w,l r.A Dn- Representatives of twenty-five roads com-
VV XltVX flJUU J.VU111 posing the western trunk lines committee
i o L, hav joined farther east brethren In sgree-
utODS VjOOCl lb UOW In to th postponement, action which Is
now complete on the part of ths railroads.
Counsel for ths various lines ars now en-
Large Crowd HttStleS Out in Middle gaged In compiling data to argue the ne-
of Fine Performance Tent oeB "
Taken Down. nATTLF RANGES DRYING UP
Thos who went to the Sells-Floto trust Cr Basrl.eer
huMtin half uric circus Monday nigm c " "w
ssw a good show, and svery on ;was sat
isfied. - . i
. .. . half nu., thA
tieior vne program . ..-e alt lrirlna- uo" says City
gathering storm began to be Beard anove TCralg Who has been
jdlenc startea xo iu. - week in th rang country,
tb circus ushers thA .... A .h.
th stcrra would clear over and that ths f fof Ume ar) amng off oat.
show was only wen startea r. I tle R, f.t the,, CM. The grft8i a
ing. Finally, when tbs tent poles were ,,,. unl. . mnrjoaalble to ret water.
swaying In th wind and th canvas flap Tn grfiin country between her and thr
ping dangerously, th management wiseiy (, not s0 Dad, but th cattlemen are suf-
ctlled the performers out ol tn ring paring from the extended dry weather."
and closed aown tne snow. i . .
The crowd of 7.000 or 8.000 peopl got out Ballatnai Peru Us.
...... ... unVa. wi nin .irthn Eerc. nso norm -i-wenty-eignin
down with difficulty, and a deluge of rain fVm Th,rt&
cams as soon as it naa roucneu mo $,-,.000; Immanuol hospital, xnirty-rourtn
Th. s m nni. ntiinrwiii with ami Meredith avenue, alterations. S4.B00:
::r:r..s:':..ir, z." Tmm.nu.f hospital, .nc North Thirty.
n voaou u......., m. " I fourth, parsonage, $4,000; Hastings & Hey-
the grounds In darkness, falling all overl,,. HtfJ Meredith avenue, frame dwelling.
..-h oth.r and ths tnt roou and flndliiK 11.600: PhllliD Pattavlna. 1111 South Thlr-
m 1 ttenth. alteratlcns, 300; Lyneh Bros. 170S
ui vu. .4 Jackson, additional story, S1.000; J. N. Jen
Clerks Are Told
to Handle Thieves
Instructed to Deal Summarily with
Shoplifters Instead of Call
Instead of calling a policeman and having
a shoplifter caught In the act arrested,
clerks tn a number of Omaha stores hav
been instructed to sies th offender and
throw him out with a few well placed blows.
Th new order 1 f day ohl aund Is ths direct
result f failur to accomplish good re
sult by resorting te th arm of the law
when thieves bar ben caught.
Stveral stores that hav causae arrests
for shoplifting offences nav been sued by
the offender en th ground of unjust ar
Secure Large Assortment of Wearing-
Apparel from F. L,
A burglar who broke a acreaa and
transom to gala entrance got away with
t!00 worth of clothing and haberdashery
from th F. U Smith stors at J6 North
Sixteenth street Monday night. Eighteen
Stetson hats, twenty-four suits of under
wear, ten pairs of gloves and numerous
other articles wer In the list of goods
If your llvsr I sluggish sn out or toss.
and you feel dull, bilious, constipated, taks
s doss of Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvsr
Tablets tonight oafor retiring and you will
feel all right In th morning. Sold by all
GUILD SAYS CROPS ARE FINE
Itetara froas Trip Across Westers
Ions ssl Likes the Look
3. It. Guild returned Friday fr0m a few
days at Lake Okoboll. "Crops alone- the Una
of rslnlroad I traversed '' Said Mr. Uulld,"ars
looking excellent. Corn shows a good color.
Oats nav don pretty well and ths small
grains la general ars about cut.'1
Th star attraction of th Salls-Floto
show Is th Nelson family of acrobats. If
la made up of three men and two women
and thro llttl girls. The skill of tH
children Is especially noticeable and their
feats of agility are performed with fin
ish and grace .In spit of difficulty. Ths
climax of the act Is a long string of back
ward fllpflops turned by on of tho woman
of the troupe on top of 4 high platform.
Th platform is rather a narrow and
shsky resting place when its occupant Is
stationary, but th performer turned her
self forty-two times through th air with
out a stop.
sen, U4S California, trams dwelling, SS.SOO.
Unreservedly Endorses The Neal Three
Day Drink Habit Cure In An
Open Letter, to Bankers.
BUNCHES FOR FRONTIER -DAY
David Cole OrgraaUes for Omaha aad
SO. narbjnstkain for h goatfc
"Atlantic, Iowa, March SI, . 11110.
"io All Bankers and All Interested:
:About the first of December, 1810, I
wss Instrumental In inducing a very
Ths elephants of the circus ar remark- Clos ' friend of mine to take the MEAL,
b!y wei! trained, and ths clowns arc I THUKB PAY CUHK and treatment for
rather better and more wholesome than tne drink habit. He took the cur at th
usual. Th main qualification of a big Neal lnMute, No. 80S fifth Street, Des
show, something doing all th time and Moines, Jowa, commencing the treatment
more going on than ny one person could 00 weanesaay, jjeceraner sin. ivus, ana
watch, was provided and In th ftn- discharged as cured and' returned home
performance the whole program was sue- th 'ol,owin "tuay evening, having
cessful. oeen in rne saiu insiuuie unuer ireauncn
Just three days. This man as I person
ally know had been B hard drinker tor
several years in fact, had reached a
poln; where I am sure he could not con
trol the appetite for liquor. Sine taking
the cure this man has greatly improved
both physically and mentally, the habit
and deslrs seems to be entirely eradl-
Dvid Col, chairman of th executive eated. and I fel that th cur Is per-
committee of th Commercial club, I lead- manent. His general health Is good and
Ihg a recruiting movement In behalf of nervous system wonderfully improved, t
an Omsha delegation to Cheyenne for ths also know of four other vsry bad iase
Frontier Day celebration Auffust U to S7. and ths results of sams. publloly traa.Ud
The South Omahans, who alwavs go. ar In this olty at our-Hospital In ths eerly
rallying around a standard raised by Evrr- part of January this year by Doctor Neal.
ett Buckingham, general manager of the I and they all seem to bs perfectly cureu,
Union Stook 'Yards company. It la a rt-r- and are luadlng sober and industrious
tslnty that two carloads will attend from lives and supporting thslr families as
th Magic city, which hss always had a big they hav not done before In years,
delegation In th past. ' gladly writ this letter, and au-
The Omahans will Join with the South tnor,M th NeaI IstItut4 Company to ust
earns In any way they may desire, hop
ing that It may b tiis mesns of induc
ing some unfortunate man afflicted with
this awful habit to try th Neal Cure.
"J. A. McWAlD,
"President Atlantic National Bank."
The Neal is an Internal treatment that
is given in SO drop doses, no hyponisrmlc
Injections, that effects a perfect cur of
the, drink habit In three days, l the In
stitute or In the .-ome.
No Cure, No Pay.
It Is the moral duly which every drinking
man, his relatives, friend, or acquaintance
owes to hlmsolf, family sad society to call,
writs or phone the nearest steal Institute
today for free copies of guaranteed Uond
and Contract given to all patients, as to
the permanency of the cure, booklet, ref
erence to bank, and prominent men,
relative to th merits of ths cure, finan
cial standing and' personnel of ths com
The Noal Cur?.
Institute, 1(03 South Tenth btreet.
Omaha, slab., also pes Moines, Davenport
and gloux City, Iowa.
Omaha men un the trip, and it Is likely
that a large number of leading business
men from this city will be in tb party.
Wtmn Killed br LlBThtalaar.
DES MOINES, la., July St. Mrs. A. C.
Bayllss, wife of President Baylies of the
Bank of Cromwell, wss struck by lightning
and Instantly killed as she stood in the
doorway of her home last evening.
The Yellow Peril
Jaundice, malaria, biliousness, vanishes
when Dr. King's New Llfs Pills ars taken.
Guaranteed. S&c. For sale by Beaton Drug
Blrtas aad Deaths.
Births John V. Dunjur, 8916 Webster,
boy; James I Doud. tut Templeton. girl;
t'hsrlas Fleck. 1014 Burdette. boy; Hlchard
(iokJVn. Seward, boy; Thomas Camm,
l!ll Grant, girl.
Ifctt.s-Kn.ll P. Clsrk, 621 Evsns. Ben
son, infant; liobert A. Sandberg, KiiO La
fayette, SI years; John 11. Gibbons, 3628
North Twenty-eighth avenue. 43 years;
Borah E. Glllestile. Charles. Sg years-
Sarah Hoyle. 0JO Bancroft, SO years; Mvers
Hansen, Harlan, la., M years; Andrew
McKay, Sixteenth and Jackeim, il years.
Home, Hotel and Office Furnishers
ORCHARD & WILHELM-
qiq-Ib-IS South Sixteenth Street
Four Dnyo IVIorc of
July Special Furniture Sale Bargain
This will bring to a close the moat successful sale of its kind we have ever
held. The values are pronounced unusual, and were readily taken advantage of
by customers who saw the opportunity to save a considerable amount on their
There will be four more days of this very special selling. The assortment
is most complete, due to the fact that quantities were purchased in most coses.
Here are a few of the bargains, and do not forget to come this week, if you want
to take advantage of these greatly reduced prices.
entire stock, 48 of
this pattern. They
com in selected
den oak. Note th
size, the top Is 13Vi
inches deep and 14
Inches Ions, 4 full
swell front trimmed
with wood knobs,
two large and two
mall drawers, hag
an extra large
French bevel oval
mirror I8i34 Ins.
Regular sale value
$35; July sale price
144.00 Quarter Sawed Qolden Oak Buffet, July
sale price $32.00
$32.60 Golden Oak China Cabinet, July sale
$30.00 Golden Oak Buffet, July salo
price . $22.00
$27.00 Golden Oak Bnffet, July' " sale
$4.75 Golden Oak Rocker, embossed leaQj.er seat
and back, July sale price $3.25
$24.00 Golden Oak Rocker, large slue uphol
stered spring leather seat and back, July sale
Price .'. $14.75
J v 3$ Ts.:
Jn genuine mahogany veneer, haa large oral
mirror $6x18 In swell front, two small and
and one large drawer regular sale price $2.
July aale price $13.75
$18.00 mahogany finish Dressing Table July
ale price ....-$12.50
$38.00 solid mahogany Dressing Table July
xale pric $21.00
$32 60 Qolden Oak Chiffonier $10.00
$28.00 Quarter Sawed Golden Oak Chiffonier,
July sale price $18.00
$22.60 Golden Oak Dressing Table. . .$15.00
$12.60 8attn Walnut Kitchen Cabinet. .$8.50
$15.00 Satin Walnut Kitchen Cabinet. .$0.50
$20.00 Satin Walnut Kitchen Cabinet $13.75
$45.00 Combination China C4blnet and Buffet,
July sale price $33.00
$60.00 Mahoganyi Divan, loose silk velour cush
ion teat, July sale price $43.00
$30.00 Mahogany Finish Dlvsn, loose velour
cushion seat, July sale price $16.75
$17.60 Mahogany Finish Divan, leather, TuTy
ale price j $11.00
$48.00 Three-piece Parlor Suite, consisting of
divan, arm rocker and arm chair. Seat up
holstered In green silk panne velour, July
ale price .$30.00
$17.60 Mahogany Arm Rocker, upholstered in
.leather, July sale price $13.00
Besides the above there is a large number o f atyles of library Table In fumed oak, golden
oak and mahogany. Dining Room Furniture in golden oak, solid mahogany and early English.
Bd Boom Furniture dressesa, chiffoniers, bed and dressing tables. Parlor Furniture in odd
pieces in fumed oak, golden oak, mahogany flnjlsh and mahogany.
In this Bale we are closing out a manufacturer' entire stock of Dining Chair. Tht Una
consists of dining chairs in wood seat, cane seat and genuine leather seats, In all styles and grade
in folden and early English oak. Price are at 1 at one-third leu than regular.
It Leaps Ahead!
The "Olub" idea has taken root; thrives; is grow
ing ahead in leaps and bounds; very soon this first
"Club" of 150 will be FILLED.
Families that found it too hard to own a piano
in the old way are pleased; enthusiastic, over the
"money back" plan and exceptionally easy payment
idea. If YOU care for a $325 Huntington Piano for
$244.50 for $216.50, if you take advantage of all re
batesyou must Join the "Olub" Now!
The Beim ett Co.
Piano Dept. 16th and Harney
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Real Estate dealers have prepared
The Home Day idea of The Bee has shown a great many men
how to own their own homes and pay for them with the money
usually spent for rent.
You cau get a home of your own.
Select one of the many choice homes advertised for sale in
Thursday's Bee see the party who advertised it and close the
These homes can bo purchased on the easy term plan a
few hundred dollars down balance monthly like rent.
In a few years you own the home.
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