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THE OMAHA SUXDAV REK: KEPTKMREB 11. 1910.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OM All A
Packers, by Labor Sarins -DeTic,
Heady to Handle Added Receipts.
IMPROVEMENTS IN CATTLE BEDS
Iroaerr Onirn Thirtieth Street
Seeking: ta. Com promts Pavlagi
' Taa !Smtr t.nmm Dellaqaeat
ftev . Bowllagt l.regae. '
The South Omaha packing house hav
rn busy placet during than days of
heavy receipts. Tha Kmal packer have
ben put to tbe tank of handling the stock
aa faat aa It came to keep the yards clear.
It la the policy of tne packer to nuy all'
the atuff dally and to convert It Into aome
clans of packing house product, thus keep
ing the market clear. In times of heavy
runs, therefore, the packers employ many
Is familiar In the hug- killing mos. After
the animal Is hung by the gambles It never
again touches tbe floor. The bide la stripped
off and the carcass Is dressed while the
animal Is constantly In motion. The spllt
trs with their heavy a vers split the
backbone of tbe animal tJtille It aa passing
the platform, up and down which they
move with the earn speed. Tha endless
, chain system requires about ths same num
ber of men aa formerly, but saves a great
deal of crowding In some parts of tha floor
and makes tbe work of , tha men much
easier. For Instance, If a hide hangs
tightly to tha flesh, the bide stripper takes
mora men and are especially glad at pres
. ant on aooount of new labor-saving devious
srhloh make the handling of ant mala tor
laughter much easier than formerly.
For Instance, Armour Co. has just got
iny working order a new 'chain system for
the cattle beds. Animals are nam hung on
an endless moving chain whlofc Hakes them
through a .course exactly Ilk that which
a short turn sound a small hook and tha
chain does all the pulling, which formerly
the man bad to do with his own strength.'
Armour Co. has my difficulty In secur
ing plenty of men for all classes of labor.
There Is Usually a place, however, for any
one of promise who may apply.
The same satisfactory conditions exist
in ths oase of other packers. The slaughter
of sheep and cattle has been very heavy
during the last two weeks. The managers
of the packing plant express satisfaction
on account of the plentiful aupply of stock,
There I, however, a call for more hogs."
which the market so far has not been able
CoaiprssilM of' Parlag Tsi.
It Is reported that property owner on
Thirtieth street are seeking to secure a
.compromise on tbe paVIng tax now long
delinquent on that street. None of tbe tax
. waa paid for, tha. reason, that tbe street
( was In litigation and certain property
owners were seeking to set asldo the as
sessment, by that means. The supreme
court of the state decided that-the paving
ordinances were valid, the tax legal and
subject to collection. This decision came
after a four years' legal battle. filnce the
: decision of the court very few have paid
. up and some of the more influential are
said to bo aeeklng a compromise through
. the city council. The tax commissioner,
however, has listed all this property in the
, delinquent lists, which wore recently placed
In the hands of the councy treasurer for
collection. The property will soon be sold
. for taxes subject to the usual expensive
, A new departure ha been tried In other
cases In which the paving assessment has
i been thrown cut as Illegal and that Is to
reassess the tax upon the property bene-
. : fitted by the Improvement ttuoh a proceed
, tng it now being tried and It la likely that
a teat case win oe made of it. ''
Services la the Chnrchea.
, , Dr. R. I Wheeler - will preach Sunday
morning on. "The Transformation of the
City, the Old and the New South Omaha.
, Tbe Christian Endeavor society will meet
. n the evening.
, The last servloe In the old building of
the first Metnoaist church will be held
Sunday. A baptismal service will be con
ducted and candldatea for membership will
unite with the church. ,
' Dr. Qorst, the district superintendent, will
conduct an . ovenlng service at Letter
. , Memorial church and the sacrament of the
JjarA Buppe will be observed.
' Services will bo held ol . tha Baptist
, . church Sunday morning.
W. I Cullen will conduct tha service at
, L Clement' mission at. U a. m, Sunday
school win te neia at I p. m.. at 8t. Ed
. The unique jrorce in Christianity" la
Rev. Alfred O. White's Sunday morning
topio at ou martin a cnurcu.
. Reception for Rev. aad Mrs. White.
A formal reception was tendered Rev. and
Mrs. Alfred O. White, pastor of St. Martin'
i Episcopal church, Thursday evening at ths
residence of Mr., and Mra, A. R. Parker, lf
- North Twenty-second street. Most of the
parishioner and nearly all of tha Episcopal
' clergy of Omaha attended, offering con
gratulations and good wishes on account of
t the marriage recently celebrated between
the guest of honor. Colonel and Mrs. A. U,
liott. Mr. and Mr. Parker, Mra Davis and
Mra. Sloan assisted In roectvtnaT the guests.
Mra. Whit appeared in her wedding dress,
; Dutches satin trimmed In pearl and chlf
ton. Palms, ferns and wild sunflowers
twined with goldenrod made up the profuse
decorations. Light refreshments, pineapple
"frapp punas and charming service made
that feature of the evening all that could
be asked. The young women of St. Mar
tin's ehoir presided at the refreshment
. tables. Th oordial attention given Mr.
and Mr.' White and th acquaintancee' be
1 gun that evening will be remembered a
the meet pleasant experiences of the recep
Presbyterian Hatertalnatea't. .
Those who cam comfortably clothed en
joyed th Presbyterian entertainment at
Highland park last evening, but the sale of
Ice cream lost much of Its accustomed
activity. The program consisted of mov
ing pictures .by Mr. Martin of Omaha,
musio by Franek's band, a fine exhibition
by tbe Bohemian turner girls and a good
' act of wslght lifting and pyramid building
by a class of men. Th object of the meet
Ing was to rals fund for' th church
, ouiiaing. a large amount of money waa
thus secured. More ticket were old than
the attendance at the park Indicated. Thli
Waa due to the slight chill In the etmos
Vhere heralding tbe approaching autumn.
Bowllas; Leacoe to Oraanlae.
The winter season bowling league arlll
1 be called together Monday noon for tbe
purpose f organising with a aohedule of
games to be played oft In a manner similar
ti that carried out last winter. It 1 hoped
' that at least eight teams may organise
' for the sport Tbe lover of th gam will
' ' have two alleys to choose from this season
and It is expected that considerable rivalry
w:il be developed between th teams and
the challenge game as well aa tha con
test with Omaha.
Hlaeralaa Haaaaet Reader.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians tor the
'state will hold a convention Sunday in
South Omaha and complete th day' set
slons with a fine banquet at the aVxohang
dining hall at 1:3 In th evening. Dei.
gates will be present froai all th members
of th order In th various towns of th
. slate. National. President Kagen ' of St
Paul, Ailnn.. and the national: treasurer
will be present. " . i t i
' JassstH Pined.
Batulo lshll, a Japanese manager of
South Omaha ponl hall, ass flnd US and
cost yeKteMsy for allowing boys ur.cl.-r age
to plsy pool in his place of busltienn hour
Twenty-sixth and N streets. Chief ..uhn
Hrlggs um.le the arrests snd found a num
brr of young fellows playing pool for 10
tents a ball, that la, gambling. The J
panes subject said the boys hud told l.lm
they were over U years of sge and threat
en.ed to make trouble If not allowed to plsy.
rut Boys were plscd on the witness stand
nd denied that they had told th proprietor
nyaning. The police Judge warned th.
bvys that they too wonld be fined If ar
rested in pool halls again.
'MaaJe City (insula.
James arses snd wife left Ust evening
ror a visit to Adair, la.
The Mouth Omaha uollce arr..i.4 .
of bootleggers at th lelone hotel last
Mr. 'and Mra. B. Jtlr liv ,.n . wii,
to Thormopolls. where thev will iri i.
James P. Kuih is enjoying his
Vacation at present, lie Is cashier In the
city tressurer's offics.
John r'lynn and W ife entertJilne,! num.
of thirty guests at the South Omaha Coun
try club Thursday evening.
'Phone Bell Houth . lnlonlnt r.iui
for 'esse of Jetter Oold Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of the cliv. - William
Louis Hand wick was DBssine the i.pii
cigars-he could buy yesterday celebrating
the arrival of a fine young sun In his home
Charles Hhockstl. 2217 V street, died ve-
terday, The funeral -will be held St 1 p. in.
today from 8t. Anthony's churrh. The
butisl Is in St. Mary's cemetery.
The Sooth Omaha Alumni association
will hold an Important meeting Tuesday at
p. m.. at the South Omflha hleh school
building for tbe election of officers.
lona L. Andrews, I ers old. dauithter of
Frank Andrews snd wife. 2'42 Madiion
street, died yesterdays The funeral will be
held from the. residence at I p. m. Sunday.
A meeting- for the purpose of 'Organizing
sn annexation club, was held Thursday
evening at417 North Twenty-fifth street.
The sentiment prevails more strongly In
favor of the movement than ever before.
Mrs. W. K. Fowler of. Unentn entertained
psrty of friend at luncheon Thursday
afternoon at the Ktate fair: Thefe gnest
were residents of South Omaha. Thev
wer Mr. R.' E.'fichlnier. Mi's, rc. A.' Roue.
Mrs. Louis Smith. Mrs. Howard llevman.
Mr, j;. H. JIerryJ the .latter of .Chicago. .
MICHIGAN CENTRAL OPENS ,
NEW RIVER TUNNEL TODAY
Worlc Has Beea Poor Years la Coat-
letlos sad Is Tvo' aad Use
Koarth Miles la Leasth. .
A new era In the history or the Michigan
Central will begin with the opening of
tbe . Detroit'' river- tunnel today, a project
which has taken the road almost four years
The completed work Is two and a quarter
miles In length and wide enough fur a
double .'track railway; with a sidewalk on
each side .of, th tracks. .Electric llgula
are .to be placed every three, feet in the
tunnel, tllua making It practically as light
as day, end 'with a dividing railing to fore
stall accidents to peddstrians. A system of
block signals and electric connections pre
vents any train from entering the tunnel
while another train la on the same track. .
Each, train will be hauled through by one
of the new electric motors similar In plan
to th ones used In the New Turk tunnela,
and only engines whose fires are dead will
be. allowed to pass through. One end of
the tunnel Is at Detroit and the other
entrance is situated at Windsor.
The construction of the work cost the
road over $10,000,00, but the official con
elder that they will be amply repaid. It
will shorten their line Into Chicago from
New York by forty minutes and will make
possible for them the running of a stxteen-
hour train. Also there will be no more
holding of trains at Detroit because of fear
of ic blockading the river. " "
Q. E. Wlllebrand, agent of the Michigan
Central an.d New York . Central line in
Omaha, made an Inspection of the tunnel
the last time, he was east.
"It Is undoubtedly one of the ' greatest
engineering feats' of modern times and Is
on of the finest works of It kind In the
world, The difficulties that the engineers
surmounted In the building . would fill an
"For Instance, the quicksand In th river
was very bad In several places. The huge
tubes which were to form the walls of the
tunnel were cased In a cement construction
and then the section of the tunnel let down
and joined still sealed to the one already
laid. When the cementing was taken away
the tubes were seen to fit almost exactly."
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Sept. 10.-(Speclal.)-
Fred F. Porter of North Bend and Mr.
Lillian Chavey of Omaha were united in
marriage Monday at the home of Mrs.
Laura Campbell In this city, where the
bride was visiting. They will live In North
Baras Mar Retire.
VANCOUVER. B. C.. Sept. 10. As a re
sult of Injuries received In the Labor Day
LaCrosse game between Vancouver and
New Westminster. Tommy Burns, former
heavyweight champion pugiINt of the
world, may retire from the ring. He Is
matched with Bam Langtord for a bout In
London, the winner to meet Jack Johnson
Ister. either in Englsnd or Australia. Dur
ing me Ktmt on oaonuay nurns sirsined a
his right knee
bUaVS REVIEW OF TKaDl
Continuance of Former Mixed Condi
tion of Industry.
LARGE AMOUR f OF BUSINESS
Margin Between tost and Nelllea
I'rlre .Narrowed aad In Kuaie Case
Leads to ftasaeasloa of
NKW YHK., Kept. 10. -R. G. Dun A Co.'S
Weekly Ituvlew of Trade today ay:
There is a continuance of turmer mixed
tondiilons of trade snd Industry, which is
Itsa pronounced in productive sections than
in the distribution markets. It shows moat
clearly In the speculative and financial
centers, which are exceedingly sensitive to
political Influences. Hut in spite of the
reaction, a vant aggruRste of dusIiichs u
being carried on, making a really htKh
average of tram-actlona.
The profit of commerce Is. however, not
Sn evident as Its voiume, the maigln be
tween cost and selling price being narrowed
and leading in aome ces, nolaoly In cot
ton spinning, to suspension of operation.
Wiille ccMiHtrvatlwni among buyers make
for purchases limited to-current needs, yet
there Is no Iku of any collapse of confi
dence, the crops are tinning out much bet
ter than was feared, the bsnks are In a
secure position and there Is lor tne most
part a more optimistic reeling as to the
immediate lulure, In'xplt of ins approach
of the somewhat critical elections.
. Uiatrlbntlon . Steady,
Heports from the 'leading Jobbers of dry
goods Indicate a steamer distribution, but
the NOlume onuuxlness Is still below that
of recent active vears. Mills making cotton
gooda are still conservative In their desire
to operate' cor stock goods, and curtalimsot
Is going on aieaoiiy. .-um export busiiirss
le being aoitW witn Australia, the 1'nlllp
plnos and foutn America, but trade with
the tar east Is very dull. Dress gingham
prices for spring were named during ths
weK on a price plane suggestive of an
Intention on" the part of la use producers to
secure a largu volume of bu.-lness on a
close margin. Ulatlnct Improvement is
noted In I no demand for Bilks, and tne yarn
trade Is on a stcudier foo.lng.
Footwear lines continue quiet. Jobbers
buy cautiously, and wholesalers "Old off tor
Jower puces. Trade in leather is stilt quiet
and, tnougn some increase In tne demand
was noted a week, or so ago, no further
improvement has since occurred.
BUADHTHKliT'S B I SINKS S S15IMARY
Developments of " week Have Beea
lArgf ly I'uvursble,
NKSV VOKK, Sept. 10. Bradatrcet to
day says:. ,
1 "fcvclopments ' of the week have boen
largely lavorwble, including aa tney have
octier WL-atner-and ' crop leports, a larger
Olstribution of fait goOus by jobocrs and ic
tuileri) at most markets, more cneertul re-'
ports from branches ot the Iron and steei
tiaoe," some resumption of textile mills un
til recently shut down, a reuuetion in tne
number ot Idle cars and a shading of prices
of leading tarm proaucts, uuu to belter
crop reports and larger movement, leading
to the hope of a resumption of export traut,
lu financial circles there Is little apparent
"fcaln in Hctivfty of strength, owing laigtiy
to h continuance of political activity, t lie
rapid reduction of money supplies at the
country's banking center, and the fear of a
pinch In supplies later, with possible cfleci
The enlargement in Jobbing mid relail
tiade Is not entirely uniform. Best reporlH
come from the west, where unprecedented
marketing; of cereals at good prices helps
trudo collections. At some south west, r.i
cities house trade is mnHller,. as btiytra
have returned hqine, but traveling men's
orders are better.
Business failures In (he fnlted Slates for
the week ending September 8 were 173.
agslnst ITU last week, llll In the like week of
190A, IS I In vm, 172 in 1!07 and VA In 1!KK.
Business failures In Canada for the week
number seventeen, which compares with
twenty-five for last week and for the cor
responding week last year.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending September ' R. aggregate 1.611.068
bushels, against l.HlM.lSK last week and
2.6ir.il8t this week last year.- For the ten j
weeks ending September 8 exports srel
lS.776.e34 bushels, sgalnst , 15,831.311 in the
corresponding period last year. Corn ex
port, for the - week are . 276,45? bushels,
sgalrst 2UMOT last week Snd 8C.972 In 1909.
For the ten weeks ending September 8 corn
exports are 2,688,867 bushels, against 1.046,403
II.. BKICKl, K IUE TLV ENDS LIFE
Head Body Foand by Trala Crew at
Hoaall Statloa. I
noSALIR. Neb.. Sept. 10. The train crew'
on the passenger train going south yester- '
day morning on the Burlington road about 5
o'clock, found the dead body of a man ly-:
Ing across the sill in front of the depot I
door. From all Indications It was a case
of suicide. A revolver with one e.mtty j
shell was found nearby. The bullet entered
the head Just a little above the left tern-1
pie. The man" was smooth shaven, had
black hair and brown eyessand measured,
about five feet nine or ten tnces. j
The following notations anil aaaresnes
were made in a note book found In his
coat pocket: . "My name Is Henry Belgel,
In case of accident notify John J. Beige!,
Crown Point, Ind." He had a Catholic
bible with the name Henry Belgel on the
fly leaf.. From letters found In his pocket
he had lately been at Aberdeen. . S. P.,
and had gone there from Bristol. S. l.
The following addresses were In the note
book and on slips of paper: N. J. Kaven
ough, Mrs. Edith Zind and Albert Belgel
of Crown Point, Ind.
The coroner at Winnebago was , notified
and will hold an imtuest.
The key to the situation Bee Want Ads.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
at aoot Prist It.
Oa Fiat, res aarf sss-Oraasa 0.
.Tak Tear Prlntlsg t the Time.
Us1 Dry Cleaning of garment Twia
City Dye Works, 407 Boutii Fifteenth.
Df. W. B. Xlstsr, reatit, hss office
at 40i-llJ city National Bank Building.
Oppenheln airarlafT Parlor mov
tlt-7-l-t-ia city . Bank Bldg. Sept. II.
When Tea Stav Sid, wool or fur,
brio .hem to J. S. Smith A Co. Highest
V- :?: honest trestnie- lilt Jones St.
Idle Woasy esrns no dividends. Invest
ments In the Web. Hav Inge & Loan AeVn
psy per annum, 105 r'arnarn. Street,
Board of Trade Building. Omaha.
Bromwetl aa Vw Job Turn N. Brom
well, formerly salesman for Guy Hmlth,
has tsksn a position as head salesman
for the II. K Kredrlckr.on Autumoblie
company. Mr. tromwell Is recognized as
one of the best salesmen In the business.
Benson Preeinct Divided Benson pre
cinct has been - divided ' into two "voting
precinct with two Separate , polling
places. Thrs was done by. tha Board, of
County Commissioners upon request of
citizens of the precinct, who said that
one set of Judges and clerks of elect' In
was not abl to handle toe bftKots of the
700 voters. "
Otalnss atndsnts-Arrive Seventy Chi
nes students will -pass through Omaha
Tuesday evening on their1 way to Boston
and other eastern points. 'where they are
to .attend .school the coming year. . Thee
Our store is situated In South Omaha It's In a location that requires a little ex
tra time to reach, but it's where tbe rent is ever so reasonable. On the other band, it
ooste nothing extra to go there for all South Omaha cars pass our door, and It's only
necessary to request a transfer from any Omaha ear to any South Omaha car and ride
Just a few minutes longer. Our prices ara the same every day and we deliver every
where. Our low expenses means low p riots for you. The fact that we buy for spot
cash also makes a difference in our selling prices. Friday we received six carloads of
Furniture and stoves for fall business. Our low prices can best be appreciated by get
ting prices in Omaha and then boarding a ear and riding down here. It will take only
a few minutes and will save you a good w any dollars. ,
v , HERB ARB SOMH TREArENDOr 8 SAVINGS.
6x9' Brussels Bags, no. seam, very attractive design and tfl TA
good value at $10.00 our price . ...y .VUatlv
xl a Brussels Rugs, in new fall designs. Best of workmanship and a fx
guaranteed to be high value. . You cannot duplicate them any- JWJJ jtll
where at our price of v
9x13 Seamless Brussels Rugs. Of this grade we have put in an extra large
stock, giving you a vast assortment from which to select aja a a
This is an awful good wearing rug, and the patterns are Jk j Jll
most attractive Home Furniture Company price. V--"w v
9x1 J High Grade Velvet Rugs. Inquire and learn Just what olher
stores charge for 9x12 Velvet
appreciate our most remaraaDie
find a suitable pattern in this
9x12 Axminster Rugs. If you
predate the figures we quote. We say to you: "Don't make a pur
chase before coming here." You can save from $7.00 to $12.00 on
this very ma. That's worth while. lsn"t it? We have some most
attraotlve designs in this grade and they wear and
hold their color longer than you will ever expect them
Steel Range $2450
A guaranteed high, grade Steel Range that
is positively the best baker you ever used.
Warming closets at top; artistically trimmed
with nickel. Price for four holes, $24.50; six
hole size. $26. 50. Stoves sold on payments.
Sea Our Large Display of Quick
i' ui i iiiu ii i m w r i "H
, -Cr M.m m.i.... ,.,171 llg I
oriental college boys are coming on a
special train, three sleepers, diner and
hagft-ge car and will probably ha a yell
organised by th time they reach Omaha
from Hnn Francisco. , They arrive at 6'41
on I be L'nlun Pacific and take the Notth
western east At ( o'clock.
Bank Building Ptal gtUl Oa Th deal
for th sale of th Omaha National hanli
building on Thirteenth street has been
consummated and th only thing delaying
tne signing of t lie pspers Is a confirma
tion of the sale from the Colorado end.
a telegram being expected hourly. Until
this Is received mose connected with the
sale refuse to discuss the subject and
decline to state the terms of the ex
change, which la between the building
and a tract of Colorado land.
Bew Station Opens September 23 hss
been set as the opening date of the new
New York passenger station of the Penn
sylvania line by Samuel Moody, general
passenger, trsfflc manager of that rod.
It promise to be one of the. big events
In the history of the eastern rallros K
Invitations have been sent to all the pss
senger officials on tne roads in the fnltcd
State to attend the opening. After the
formalities of the opening are over a
luncheon to the railroad men and the dis
tinguished visitors present Is to be given
at the Waldorf Astoria.
A Horrible Death
results' from decaying lungs. Cure Cong!.
and Weak l,ungs with Ir. King' New
Iilscovery. BOc and $1.00. FoC sale by
Pes ton Irug Co.
Tiie Key to the Situation Be Want Ads.
Twooty-Fourth and L Sis.
Lot Us Toll You Exactly How
Rug and Carpet Prices -jpss
Rugs then you can best
prices, xou can eaauy ja J. 1118
new fall stock. Price on
have ever priced Axminsters you can ap-
HfcJ- rfc4 ISM ;
$25 Sewing (MCZ
Any place in Omaha you would
have to pay $25.00 for this very fine
drop-head Sewing Machine, which we
offer for only $15.00. All attach
ments are Included at this price. Any
one can readily see that this is a
fJrilf 111 i. fMTl ' r
Officials Refused to Act on Informa
tion bv Bookkeeper for the Oster
mann'Company. CHICAGO. 8opt. lO.-OtflclalB of the Illi
nois Central railroad refused to act on In
formation given by Fred O. Peck, a former
bookkeeper of the Ostermnnn Manufactur-
TrtenH TM. --. -7
t - J7. ma expectant mother's system for tha cora-
rrtJ "? mk:' ""rfortabU during all tha term. Mothw
n - , .. - "
sa tviiv, avQorjui bilV jylllll
wuen oaoy comsg, and assures a
quick and natural recovery for the
mother. For sale at drug stores.
Write for fret book for expectant
EKADFTXLD BEGtrLATOR CO,
a r pets and Qugs
jk. Mir -I J-:
-r-s-..- Vl'l ,IU, v II
We have them to match the rest of your furniture, or
in any finish you desire at any prtca you desira ta pay
As an example of our decidedly lower price, a A A A
we offer a beautiful solid oak Princess SJI llll
Dresser, with bevel mirror, for only. vw v
Also a Chiffonier to match same. In same Mm A A
finish and with bevel plate mirror, for .llll
These are not "special" prieea, but regalar pricea witH
us, and we quote them Juat to ahow you ta amount of
mouey that you can save by dealing hero.
ins lompaiiy, ai'corrilng to Ills testimony
beie today in the tar repair graft car
In Hie municipal court. Perk testified that
R't,,r ':schargo by Osletmnnn lie went
u, u diiani It.nshnw. superintendent of ma
chlnery .if the Illinois Central, and volun
teered to show that official how th com
pany could save tiO.OOO.Ono annually In Its
car repairs, itensliaw replied he "knew all
about the or roptur business and could not
be told anything nbout it by an outsider."
In his testimony today Peck did not di
rectly implicate Fiank R. lUrriman.
Charles U Kwing or John M. Taylor, .the
three Illinois Central officials who ar on
Erery woman'i heart thrills at tha
cooing and prattling of a baby, and
motherhood is bar highest and purest
Joy, Yet tha suffering incident to
this great consummation of hr life-'g
desire, robs ths anticipation of soma
of its sweetness. Most of his can
"."u,u UB )X Ju Other a
"8x in gooa condition, end brings tha
CWI(U. Irregular of
Very many of the homes in Omaha,
Eouth Omaha and tha country which
bave such pretty 'dining rooms were
furnished by us. We have a very large
stock of dining room furniture, in all
tbe various finishings which wa sell
and deliver in Omaha and South
Omaha at 10 per cent below tha
price charge In Omaha. That means .
a saving of $10.00 on a $60.00 pur
chase, and so on in proportion. Don't
you think yon had batter Inveetigat
our offerings. All South Omaha eara
pass our door. Tak a ride down
her thia week,
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