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to be tho nn wanted. It If thru
gang of burglar and holdup tnfn I
hrre, a several atteTpied holdurs
Preacher Says Sunday
Games Are All Right
SCHOOL MEN TO KEEP BUSY,
Do Not Intend to Let Up Fight'
Against the Book Ken.
HOW ONE TEACHER WAS WORKED
eTetry of Male Hoard of KqaillH
tloa Writes Utur Ksplalalaa;
A beat Ordirtloa of trrdtta
Mating of Itoaa.
Irrcnre of the l'reh t'-rian missionaries on
Sunday school a 01 k her today.
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
IJXCOL.N, Nov. a. (Su.-clal.)- The
school mn of Nebraska no not intend to
atop thlr fight Lgaitist the school book
men of th atate aftr their aurora-ful lout
of last week. That temporary defeat of
tha achoo) book men has encouraged the
school men and women to continue the
light and the editorial In The Uee of
Monday haa served aa a warning to thetn
and it will be heeded.
Tha grip the arhool book men had on
tha teachera was stronger than many be
lieved and their daring in doing tmngs l
almost past belief.
Kor Instance, one prominent school
teacher received a letter from a achuoi
book man Just before the meeting of the
fctate Teachera' association. The letter in
formed tha school man that his name was
being very prominently mentioned for the
Vacancy an tha executive committee and
wound up by asking the school man if he
Heeded any more text books this year.
This school teacher, who took the mat
ter seriousiy, at once got busy and wrote
out letters asking support from his friends.
When he arrived at 'the meeting and
Called on his school book champion he
was Informed that another had been se
lected to make th ersce. and that he would
be the man. choseu next year.
It happened, however, that the teachera
had other Ideas and for once, at least, the
school book men got whipped.
During the past years while the school
book men have been runniag things for
the teacher other obnoxious practices
have grown up and some of the tcacnera
have turned their search lights on these
Inner organisations. It la probable that
tha fight Will be jtept, up.
Mi lrar.tr k l.lt. Mnrola.
Gilbert M. Hitchcock who received the
preference vot for I'nited States senator
at the late election vls.ted Lincoln yester
day and spent several hours hero. The
visit course attracted considerable at
tention, many being interested In Its object.
Mr. Hitchcock called on Frank Harrison
t his offioe f.rst and held a consultation
with him, and then he went to the state
house for. a while. i
Whan ha walked Into the capital he went
Into the oXf.ce of the governor but aeelng
only rrlvate Secretary Matthews there he
hastily withdrew. Governor Shallenberger
had already left the city for Wash ngton.
Mr. Hitchcock did not come down to
deny to Charles Bryan the story that he
la now the leader of Nebraska democracy
or that he had Joined with Harmon. Hearst
and McLean to make Mr. Bryan take a
hack seat In the next national convention.
This Is known for eure because the Omaha
editor did not even call at the Commoner
Frank Harrison Is one of the fighters
who are demanding county option at the
hands of the coming legislature, so it could
he surmised that he had Mr. Hitchcock
Coma down to sea what the senatorial 'can
didate la going to do about prohibition leg
islation this winter.-'. ' - .
Uedactloa of rredlfe. '
Henry Seymour, secretary of the 8 tale
Jioard of Assessment, has written the fol
lowing letter, which explains Itself:
C. ii. Just, County Assessor, Butts. Neb
Xear tiir: lt-lylng. to your favor of the 2Sth
Inst., In regard to the assessment of credits,
. 1. "Where a person lists credits, such as
notes, mortgages, etc., can he deduct any
Indebtedness against him of any nature?"
Tha supreme court of tha state has held
(hat the holder of a credit may deduct the
just debts by him owing at the time of
snaking his tax return. In an opinion of
the attorney general, given to the couny
attorney of Saunders county, he quotes the
ruling of tha supreme court aa above ttated
and makea no further comment uiion the
Question. It would, therefore, seem that the
person assessed would be entitled to dnduct
any Indebtedness owing by his firm from
th valuation placed upon credits listed by
him. In tha case of Olson vs. Cuming
county, tha courts defined credits to mean
a note taken In exchange fur a sale of
roprty, either real or personal, but says
that a note or mortgage representing
xaoney loaned or Invested Is not a credit
and Is not subject to the deductions above
referred to. Under these opinions, then, the
tiatur of tha credit owned by the person
being assessed, must be ascertained in
order to know whether It Is a credit or not.
as one note or account may be a credit,
or It mar not be a credit, and In rase It Is
not a credit It Is not proper to allow any
ieductin for Indebtedness, but the nature
of tha Indebtedness to be deducted In case
f tha assessment of what Is ascertained to
be a credit, la not taken Into account.
1 would certainly be very glad if some
way could be found to make the mutter of
asaeaaing credits moie plain and easily
understood, but aa tna sta.e constitution
provides for the taxing of all property and
as credits are admittedly property, 1 know
of no remedy to suggest.
Second. "In a town where dogs are
taxed by the municipal government, should
they ha listed by the precinct aaeeaa jt
1 tie Hsrlng and assessment of doga by
tlx prauiutt ajarur ia dona under tha
provisions of the general lax law of the
State and Isa properly tax, or rather, an
assessment sni valuaiiwt of property for
Isistioo purposes and no municipality in
thia state tuts autno Ity ti I vy axes u.oi
any property except by the provisions of
tne statute of the stat. I presume you
liav reference U what Is Oommonly
smiled dog taxes In cities and vil agi-4 of
tne siato. but winch. Is not in reality a
tax on. dogs, but a lloeuKa of privilege
old U tlia onr of a do or d igs. t
own or harbor such do-. This In no way"
cunfltcia with the provision for taxing
property and ell' clogs should tie lib ted and
assessed aooordlng lo tlieir value, rgid
less of Whether the owner is obliged to
pay a IKwnne for keepih six-h dogs within
toe iiioita of a town or not.
11 EN It V SEYMOUR.
ocretary State board of lAiualiiatlon.
Has Epileptic Fit
in Court Room
George Osborne, on Trial at Fremont,
Attempts to Attack County
Man Who Shot Mayor
Gaynor is Arraigned
In Into CnlHnlnn
Dr. Edward A. TeUrson of Cleveland nn1 blirnll. :.v Kr sale "bv ru 1
FREMONT, Neh., Nor. .-flpc lal Tele
gram.) George Osborne, who la now on
trial for murder, had a fit In court while
County Attorney Cook was making the
closing argument to the Jury and Is now
unconscious at the county Jail. Mr. Cook
had spoken about three-quurters of an hour
and during the argument, as during the
rest of the trial Osborne had sat appar
ently shins little attention to what was
going on. Turning towards the defendant
and pointing his flnKer at him, he said:
"There la the man who committed the
OM-orne suddenly Jumped up and with an
awful glare in his eyes grabbed a book
and raised It as if to throw It at Cook.
Guards Hutchinson and MrGinnis, who
were sitting close by both cauRht him, the
former around the neck and the latter by
the arm. Kor several minutes he struggled
violently, hut Hutchinson had him by the
throat and he was finally laid down on
the floor and held by main force.
1 r Calkins, the county physician, who
was summoned, and iJr. McDonald, who
was present in the court administered a
hj podermlc Injection, and as soon aa he
became quiet, which was about twenty
minutes after the attack, he was taken
to the Jail and put In bed. At 2 o'clock
he was still unconscious and court took
a recess until 4 p. m. Dr. McDonald, who
on Another Charge! rM
Causes Sensation at Conference
of Methodist Workers.
1CAGO. Nov. V IVk-gate sathcred
here for the Methodist Nat.onal conference
James J. Gallaeher Pleads Not Guilty; for social service were told today by one
to Felonious Assault on Poli:e
NEW YORK. Nov. James J. Gal
laeher, who shot Mayor William J. Gay
nor cf New York on the steamer Kaiser
Wllhelm der Gross last August, was
brought Into court todsy In Jersey City
and arraigned before Judge Blair on the
charge of atrocious assault with lr.tent to
kill Street Cleaning Commissioner Edwards
of New York and with carrying concealed
weapons. Edwards was with Mayor Gay
nor when the latter was hot and In pro
tec ting the executive is alleged to have
been attacked by Gallagher and slightly
Gallagher pleaded not guilty, with cer
tain reservations, and was at once taken
back to the cell which he has occupied
since the shooting. He was only recently
Indicted for the attacks on the mayor and
Commissioner Edwards. In court there was
no mention by the prosecution of the pris
oner's attack on the mayor.
It developed that Prosecutor Garvin In
tended to keep In reserve the charge
apalnst Gallagher of atroclou3 assault with
intent to kill Mayor Gaynor. Under th
New Jersey laws, should the victim of an
' assault die within a year and a day after
! the commission of the crime, a charge of
murder will lie against his assailant.
To his plea of not guilty Gallagher,
I through his counsel. Alexander Simpson,
attached the reseration that the plea
witnessed the attack, says that It was i
clearly an epileptic fit and not feigned.
Mromsttara f'lnh Banqsft,
PTROMKBURG. Neb., Nov. SO. (Special )
The semi-annual Commercial club ban
quet took place last night at the Park
hotel at this place, when over 100 plates
were spread. Victor Wilson acted as
toastma-iter. The following responded to
toasts In harmony with the occasion: Representative-elect
J. N. Norton, Puperln-tendent-eiect
J. W. Crabtree of Lincoln.
Congressman C. H. Sloan of Geneva, Dr.
J. 11. Bresson of Omaha, James Bell of
David City and J. W. Wilson of this city.
The Commercial club of this place Is a
live wire and wears well, as It does real
thli.gs for the benefit of the entire city
and surrounding country.
m.gtit be withdrawn or the Indictment de
Prosecutor Garvin said he expected to
bring the case to trial about December la
or 20. If found guilty on the two indict
ments to which he pleaded today, Gal
lagher can be sentenced to a total of fif
teen years' Imprisonment.
of their number that Funrtuv base ball and
motion pictures, long under ban of the
Methodist church, were all right, should
have the official sanction nnd should be
attended eagerly Instead of shunned.
It. Edward A. Peterson of Goodrich
house, Cleveland. Ohio, said:
"1 beheve laws acalnst Sunday games,
for the people, are a bad th.ns and should
"They are really dead letters In most
places and a constructive poMcy should be
adopted for recreation on this working
Herbert Welsh, president of Ohio Wes
lean university, wild:
"Why. if the Methodist d sc pline. the
book of Methodist laws, hud been on this
reading desk and heard that. I wruld have
expected it to have crawled to the edge
and fallen off."
ST. PAUL, Nov. 30 "If the International
Sunday school lesson committee ke. ps on
eliminating the things winch the. Presby
terian church stands fo- there w 11 not b.
enough gospel left in the Stindnv school
lessons to save the glz7.:ird of a mosouito.'
This was the opinion expressed ,- plP
R. E. Puller at the last session of the con
lioM Medsl for Harvard Professor.
LONDON. Nov. . American Ambassa
dor Reid. todr-.y accepted on behalf of
Theodore W. Richards, professor of rhem
Istry at Harvard, the Davy gold medal
awarded to the professor by the lt-u al
soiety In recognition of his researches
in the determination of atomic weights.
Yr. in the splendid Xmst N timber
of LIFE. On sale all through Decem
ber oa all nvwi-tanda at twrnty-fire
Mexican Town Cut Off I
Nebraska News iotea
BEATRlCF-Orvllle Phillips and Miss
MaFgie Mi-Cown. both of this vicinity,
were married here yesterday by Judge
W aid en.
NEBRASKA CITY-Alf Mutton has pur
chased tne Gerber meat market- This 1
the oldexl meat market In the state and
was opened by the late Charles Gerber In
NEBRASKA CITY-John C. Valentine
and Miss Nellie Ellor of Red Oak, la.,
were united In marriage In this city Tues
day by Rev. E. M. Msaon at tiie Methodist
NEBRASKA CITY The Morton-Gregson
Packing bouse, which has been closed (or
the last six months undergoing repairs,
wi.l be opened next Saturday and will be
gin slaughtering hoga. This plant has a
capacity of l.ooO hoga per day.
NEBRASKA CITY Carl Scharp, a young
farmer residing north of the city was
coining to town yesterday when his auto
met with an accident and turned over.
He was thrown out and had his arm
broken and was otherwise badly bruised.
BEATRICE Mr: and Mrs. Martin Fiedler
last evening celebrated their twenty-fifth
wedding . anniversary-, In the presence of
about alxty of their relatives and frlenda
They Were married In Germany and have
been residents of Beatrice for the last six
BEATRICE Paul Wayham of this city
waa arrested at Wymore yesterday and
lodged In Jail here on the charge of shoot
ing a valuable shepherd dog belonging to
Henry Hues, a farmer living northwest of
town. Ha will probably be arraigned
NEBRASKA CITY Some days since
Perry (street, a farmer residing south of
the city finished shucking his crop of 12.
CuO bushels of corn and taking his ten
teams with his men went over and shucked
the crop belonging to his neighbor, Wil
liam Warden, who has been 111, and
FRANKLIN The Franklin County Farm
ers' Institute will be held here February
14 to 18. There will be addresses by Prof.
Li. W. Chase of the University of Ne
braska, C. O. Marshal, secretary of tha
State Horticultural society, and several
local speakers. A seed corn Judging con
test and a horse Judging contest will be
NEBRASKA CITY The house occupied
by Edward Johnson on Third avenue and
owned by Mrs. Jesse McCallura of Genoa,
Neb., was burned Tuesday with Its con
tents. There was no Insurance on the con
tents and this makes the third time that
Mr. Johnson haa had his household goods
destroyed within the last two yeara Tha
house waa covered by partial Insurance.
1 he fir waa caused by a laoe curtain
blowing against a base burner.
Telegraph Wires Leading Into Matam
oras Are Cut Early i nthe
LAREDO, Tex., Nov. SO.-Reliable Infor
mation reaches here this morning that all
telegraph wires leading Into Mattmoras.
Tamaullpaa, Mexico, were' cut about 7
o'clock last evening.
The Mexican federal telegraph system
has two lines running to Matamoras. one
from Mler and another from Vlctoria.
TheBe two wires were cut within five min
utes, and at about the same hour the wire
of the National Railways of Mexico to
Matamoras was interrupted.
While the significance of the interruption
Is yet problematical, rumors have been
life for some weeks that a revolutionary
attack on Matamoras was contemplated.
DOUGLAS. Ariz., Nov. 29. According to
advices received here today from revolu
tionary sources, the rebels under Madero
are In control of the country oetneen
Minaca and Guaynoplta, Including the
towns and the rich valleys west of Pear
sons, on the Northwestern railroad, ex
tending to the boundary of Sapuaripn
Qoayneplta. 'Is' aijrty miles east of Monte
uma, capital of the Montexuma mining
district In Sonora.
The' revolutionists are friendly to the
Americans, who report them well equipped.
The principal productive district reported
to be held by Madero ia the rich Tachlo
llch valley, which was the scene of the
last general uprising of the Tachlolich
Indians, when the entire tribe waa de
stroyed by the Mexican troops.
Evtry Toman'i heart thrills at tha
cooing and prattling of a baby, and
motherhood Is her highest and purest
Joy. Yet the Buffering Incident to
this great consummation, of her Ufe'a
desire, robs the anticipation of some
of its irweetnoes. Most of this can
be avoided by the use of Mother'"
Friend. This great remedy prepares the expectant mother's system ror tne com
ing event, and l:a nso makes her comfortable during all the term. Mother's
Friend assists nature In gradually expanding all tlssuos, muscles and tendons, It
strengthens the ligaments, keeps the breasts In good condition, and brings the
woman to the crisis ia healthful physical condition. The regular use of
Mother's Friend lessens the pain
when baby cornea, and assures
Quick and natural recovery for tho
mother. For sale at drug stores.
Write tot free book for expectant
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WEATHER MAN SAYS
on the Way"
That is a splendid tip for follows
noH.in overcoats to take "tine by the
forelock" nnd hnv now.
It should also remind them that while ' j
they are about it they might ns well buy rH
good coats that will serve them well, jH
look right and cost them a modest sum. j
.Ml or which means any one ot ours.
Greatest stock in town and the most
reasonable prices in the United States.
$10 up to $50
Wonderful Line at
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Ithout a sur-
Kupture of men. women and children can be cure In a
giral operation, loss of lime or pain. The cost Is governed by tha sire of the rupture
opening to tie closed The money may le deposited in some Omaha Hunk In the name
of ilie patient or guardian, not to be pnld until the cure Is completed. Thousuut ot
ruptured people hae accepted these terms during the past IK years snd all ure com-
Sieteiy stl-fied Write or call tor further Information. D&. FKAMK fit. WfivAT,
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tor bif oft-ttmfs fata ain ht in.
EXAMINATION FREK PAY WKCN CURED .
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0PEMT.0H. CHIOROFOFII. ETHER iiffrrrT nnd can't rail. Htf rn. it. i. e etlilion 1. 1 tnv hui.k.
;0R AUY GENERAL ANAESTHETIC Uind. Or E. R. TRRY, Su.t f?4 BM Bldg .Omn.h. Nek.
Rumor that Diaz
Eeport that General Eeyei, Who Will
Be Made Vice President, is to
Caster I'lssrrr Iajared.
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. Nov. Jo. (Spe
cial.) Word waa received here today that
Harry Pa vis, about 70 years of age. an old
attier and highly respected farmer living
ear Mason (."Ity. thia county, met with a
arrluua accident during tha wet-It. lie aaa
anting to town. hen the team in some
manner became frightened and ran away,
throwing. tyn from the agon, breaking his
collar bona and dishx-atlng the shoulder,
lis waa picked up by a neighbor and taken
la a friend's house at Mason, where med
ical assistance waa rendered. De-pits hla
advanced age, Mr. Davla haa a reputa
tion throughout the county for handling
high-bred homes and this la tha first seri
ous aegident 4 hat has ever befallen him.
lis is In a- criUoal condition, but hopes
are entertained for hla recovery,
K'lsesihs Pocket Ptcklac.
VBUTRICR. Neb., Nov. 30 (Snecial Tele
gram. Charles Sherman, mho was found
guilty last week in the dlsirht court of
robb.rur Thomas Coleman, a fumicr, of $4rt
laat Ju.r w.n-a lrnuiu A Ilailey a circus
appeared here, was sentenced today to
three years in the penitentiary at hard
labor. Mr. t'omcnm waa standing on the
alreet Corner watchiiul the parade when
ha aetvetod hroian in the act of rlflm;
h'S hip pocket. Hhernian fled but waa fu
tursd b Mr. Coleman aad an officer and
la J a! I- ' "
Miller Charged with
Securing Low Rates
Wealthy Grain Merchant of Savannah
Arrested for Obtaining Transporta
tion at Illegal Figures.
SAVANNAH. Ga . Nov. SO. Harvey C.
Miller, president of the Southern steamship
company, and U. P. Miller aV Son, grain
merchants of Fhlladelphla, was arrested
here this afternoon by I'nited States mar
shals on the charge of violating tha United
States commerce laws of February 4. as
amended. In that they unlawfully obtained
transportation of property in Interstate
commerce at less than the established and
It Is said that the basis for the warrant,
sworn out before I'nited states Commis
sioner Hewitt, was the shipment ot grain
from Philadelphia to Jacksonville via Sa
vannah. The federal grand jury has been
probing Into the matter of rates and It
was expected Indictments would be re
turned. Mr. Miller waa In Savannah by
advice of his attorney, as a subpoena had
bean Uaued for his father, now dead. He
was arrested as he waa going for an auto
mobile ride and taken before the commis
sion, where the government obtained a 1
continuance of the proceeding until Krl
day. Mr. Miller waa held in 1 10. 000 bail.
EL PASO. Tex., Not. SO. The special cor
respondent of tha El Paso Horald In the
City of Mexico, writes that It Is rumored
there that General Bernardo Reyes is to
be recalled from Europe and made vice
president of Mexico and allowed by Dlas
to assume the reigns of government In a
few months, as it Is believed such a course
would satisfy the country. Vice President
Correal is very sick and Is expected to go
soon to Europe for treatment. Finance
Minister Linantour Is expected to resign
on his return from Europe, as ha and Reyes
A special to the Herald from Guadala
jara, says: A dynamite bomb has been
found beneath the Institute of Colon her.
The Institute Is a Methodist school con
ducted by American women, but all the pu
pils are natives. Antl-Amerlcan rioters at
tacked this place recently and later th
bomb was found. The order recently pro
mulgated her that all crowds must dis
perse, and that If they did not do so after
two blasts of the bugle, troops would fire.
Is still in force. It Is all quiet and the thea
ters have all reopened.
CRESTON SAFE SAFELY BLOWN
OfMee of C. . Hex A Saas Visited ay
Crackaaiaa aaa Small Baaa af
CRESTON, Ia, Nov. SO. (Special.) The
safe In the coal office of C. 8. Rex A Ssns
of thl placa as dynamited by what is
brlitved to be expert cracksmen and the
office was badly damaged as well as tha
safe. The burglars obtained only about
110, as a Write sum of money placed in
the stife durii.g th day was taken out
Jut at cio-'Mig time. Nltro-glycerine waa
j u;eu enu p.-.urei in u.t urpw Comer of
the alter the ciarkw had been soaped.
To exploslcns a ere heard by residents In
that pa't of loan, but little attention was
paid to It aa it aaa thought to be tor
pedoes u.ied In the railroad yards, near
which the coal office la located. The rob
bery aaa not discovered until soma tlm
later, and th cracksman had plenty of
tiin to get sway. Three suspects' hav
beta arrested, but aeu f thacn proved
Every on hasn't th advantage of
this knoa ledge.
No truuMe io show you and point
out the difference between the GEN
t INK and die Imitation.
Hlark wairua hand bags ar verr
popular Just now ar handsoni and
W have them. The real, and a
variety of other styles to suit th
taslea and purse of every one.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
1110 rilllM STUCT,
Sxaraaaa, Baadia aad frank aUor.
WUy Out Tiridle
Every day our trade grows in Omaha. People read our advertisements in the Bee
and they know we couldn't continue to tell the public that our prices on furniture arc 20 per cent
below those charged in Omaha if that wasn't so. Then they make out a list of the things they want to buy. They .take'
this list and price the various articles in the different Omaha stores and then come to us. They learn that what we say is so
and that thejr can save $2.00 on a $10.00 purchase or $20.00 on a $100.00 purchase and we have added another 'Omaha cus-'
tomer to our list We make just aa much on each sale as the Omalia merchant makes, but out here in South Omaha our rent
and operating expenses are low, which accounts entirely for our lower prices. Suppose you pay us a visit. All South Omaha
cars pass our- store transfer from any Omaha car to any South Omaha'car and get off at 24th and L streets. We are right
at tne corner. He carry the same lines as the Omaha stores but sell them cheaper, that's all.
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Solid Oak Six
Foot Extension Table
Solid Golden Oak Dining Tables, like this illustration.
The tops are 42 inches in diameter and extend to six
feet in length. They have three leaves, heavy round
turned pedestal, and are highly polished.
This is the 'very latest
improved drophead model,
with full quartered oak
case automatic tension in
dicator and -stitch regu
lator and full ball bearing.
It makes either long or
short stitch aa desired.
Full et of attachments go
with each machine.
Ohass Xathr Turkish K.oclcr -fers Is a genu
ln Chas Leather Turkish Rocker, with tera
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ver lounged in, and a morft -aocapt-' dill
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A 1' ii'.'l j
Continuing One Week's Sale on Carpets and Rugs.
Slashing the Prices to Finish the Season's Stock.
The force of this sale will be felt wherever thrifty people gather. If you have a
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Choice of the largest room size (Sill ft.) Rugs;
large variety of patterns, Including floral, medal
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Rugs suitable for parlor, library, office, dining or
bed room use. Tou will cay 180 to 186 In Omaha
for duplicate of this quality.
Our price only
8x1 1 largest room size Wilton Velvet Rugs, made
In one piece. Heavy hemmed ends. Splendid as
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signs, In reds, greens, tan or rose combinations.
I'aual prices are $30.00 and (f M nr
135.00; our prtco dl??
8x12 largest room site Brussels Rugs, In handsome
floral and, conventional designs. In rich color
combinations to suit any room decoration. AH
wool 9-wlr grade. Others charge kiq rn
$30.00; onr price )1.DU
Large room sir (7-6x6-9 ft) Brussels Ruga, iliide
In one piece no stams. Heavy B-luch hemmed
ends. Choice of floral, conventional and medal- '
Hon designs. In colorings of green, red, blue, ian
and rose a usual $14.00 value; q pa
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Email room size (6x9 ft.) Drusselg Rugs, the 8 -wire
grade. Made In one piece. Choice of floral aad
medallion designs, In color combinations that will
harmonize with any room decoration. tf v
Regular $10 value anywbere; our price. . .?D.a J
& TTF I' '' iff .-
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quiring library furniture. These are th
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sections so they may be added to at any
tlm. Oolden oak. mahogany and mis
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sail at aucb a prloe. It is n treat pattern,
mad of oak, with large French bevel
plate mirror and eacalla&t flnlan.
CHASED LEATHER COUCH An elegant piece of
furniture and a substantial one, too. You will get a
great deal of comfort from this couch and it will cer
tainly be an ornament to any room. It haa solid oak
carved and poliohed frame and base as A pa
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