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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1911)
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I HUllHIUMWPHHWIi IP
STORAGE MEN ARE HARD HIT
Trices of Batter and Egg Palled
Down in. Recent Daji.
STUFF GOING AT HEAVY LOSS
The Council Bluffs efflce of The
Omaha ta at IS "oott etreet.
rota plioaaa 43.
Dealera Predict Rrsaetloa la (
I. Ivies; that Will He of Some
(rifirr Maar Art
Futtr, ecae and other kind of atuff on
the provision market hava been taking
hard tumbles In Council Bluffs within the
last few day and eome ot the local ejrocera
and conmlHston men have been hard hit.
Cold storage eaits hava been selim from
1J to 17 canta a dosen and the bent grade
of country butter was offend yesterday
by lha retailers at 20 centa perVpound.
Moat of the cold storage egga i were
bought laat spring and aummer at 20 centa
a doten and tha dealera have had to add
tha price of refrigeration to the original
aoat. Tha aplendld January weather and
tha unusual activity among tha hena have
resulted in thousands of caaea of really
freah egira being poured upon fna market,
beating down tha retail prlca to 20 centa.
In rompetltlon with cold atoraga atuff the
latter ha been forced down close to the
wholesale price. One local dealer yeater
day had 100 caaea and another fifty caaea
In cold atorase which represented an
actual Investment close to 25 centa
dosen. Tha high price of poultry and
egga acted aa a aharp stimulant to farm
era and chicken specialists, and the stock
now In process of incubation ia greater
than at any tlm for many yeara, while
tha numbr of thrifty hena In tha farm
yarda ia alleged to ba fully twice aa great
aa a year ago. All of theae condition
promise a atlll greater break In tha pro-
vial on market, and tha few coraml salon
men who have succeeded In unloading their
Block without heavy loaa are predicting a
reduction In the coat of living that will
approach the lowest flgurea known here
In ten yeara.
What Dealer Tfclake,
"Eternal Justice never found greater op
portunities for evening up than at the
pre en t time," aald a Broadway commla
alon merchant yeaterday. "We are being
leaieg! by every mail and by teleg-raina
In the Interim to take consignments of
Mail and phone
Corrlgana, undertakere. Phonea 1U.
FAUST BEER AT ROGEKS' BUFFET.
Majestic rangee, P. C. Ue ol Haw. to.
Woodilng Undertaking company. Tel. 3.1.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. I'hone 7.
Pure blackberry Juice and Virginia Dare
wine, J. J. Klein Co.
WANTh.L-Keiiat)le gill !"r general
housework. u r'lfth avenue.
I'yrograuhy outflte and suppllea. Kaume
Art Hhop, lormei'ly Alesandere.
Nursing mothers should drink -Anneuser-
Musch malt. rtoaenleld Uiior Co., oi c.
ive your glasses fitted or repaired iy
J. W. Terry, optician. 411 Broadway, on-
with George (ierner.
rm, irintinir c, . new location. -T-l ana
ZM3 W. B way. I hones Wo.
call anawered in peraon.
The 8. A. 1'ior. e & Co. etioe store la now
opeu tor business at tueir new
Secretary Ksstman of the -tourig Men'a
Christian avKoclaliun went to l's Moines
yesterday, where he deliver an auaiees hi
the interest of association worn.
0B. 'Jowne gave a lecture on scouiing
to ihe hoy scouts at the Council Blulia
Young Men's christian asaoviaimti issi
evening. About thirty-live ooy ecouis were
Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. ChernNa received a
telegram yeaterday from Los Angeles ad
vising them that a batty gin naa oeen
born to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cherms. their
son and daughter-in-law.
The funeral of Mrs. Btratton will be held
this morning at 10 o'clock at the residence
of her sister, Mrs. It. F. Keller, 1H Ave
nue 11. llev. Kdgar Price of the Ktrist
Christian church will officiate.
Justice Cooper yesterday married K. Ja
cobs and Knima Jackson, both of South
Omaha, and Justice Joseph performed the
same service for Klxle Magulre of Stock
vllle, Neb., and Mary E. atoore of Coun
Judge Thornell yesterday stopped the
trial of a suit brought by Mrs. Mary
Walsh against the Uroge Elevator com
pany and dir-'ed a verdict for the de
fendant. Only a iu.ill amount, about K,
City warranta to the amount of 148.000
were Issued and mostly paid In January.
Thla makes a new record for one month
since the city went upon a cash nasi.
Many of tha warrants went to contractors
for special assessments.
The little daughter of District Court Clerk
Harry Brown has so far recovered from
'of the so-called thinkers stop to analyze j
ilt. Let me state ail there Is In the ground
j hog theory In another and simpler lorm:
I 'if the first day of the week falls on a i
(Sunday the last day of that week will he
; Haturitay.' There ran he no mistake about;
ilt. Neither Is there about the groundhog
Istorv The sun Waves the winter solstice !
i on Marc h W and winter ends. From Febru- i
ary 2 to March i there Is an Interval '
of sit weeks and sovie days. All of thei
venerated superstitions of mankind are
very simple and quite harmless a hen,
A. L. English, manager of the tHlsens'
Gas and Electric Light company, will leave!
today for the Pacific coast to take the
first vacation. In the midst of an exceed-
liiKly busy life, he has enjoyed for twenty
years. He will he accompanied hy Mrs. I
English, and for the nent thirty daya will j
forget such things as gas making and elec- j
trio fixings. He wl'.! go direct from Coun
cil Bluffs to Portland, Ore., and after
spending a short time there will proceed I
to Sun Francisco. When tired of the mind,
sand, fleas and real estate promoters there '
he will proceed to I.ns Anfieles. At both I
of the latter places Mr. and Mrs. English i
have relatives, who forttina.'y have no 1
connections with gas plants and electric
business, and as there are no conventions
of Hunt magnates scheduled for any of the
places to be visited within the period of
their stay thev will have ample oppor
tunity f.tlly to rest, with nothing in their
environment to suggest the cares of busi
ness Returning, they will travel over the
southern route and fee the southland at
its best period.
enld storage stuff offered by dealera In
ether places. Each seems to think he must an attack of scarlet fever that the quaran
unload his atuff on markets outald his
own town. Million of dollar have al
ready been lost and millions mora are car'
tain to be by the men who have been en
gaged for the last year In cornering the
provision market. Their tears of distress
ought to make the angels smile.
"The erase to boost the necessaries ot
life and prey upon tha consumer ba in
aded every aectlon. Groeera In every
town have put atuff In cold storage ex-
pectins to realise big profits. They have
consequently bad nothing to buy from the
tine has been raised and Mr. Brown can
once mora enter hia home and talk to
members of his family without using the
telephone or signalling through a window
At the meeting of the Citizens' Improve
raent club, held In the city hall laat even
lng, It waa decided to hold the next on
Wednesday evening, February 8. The pro
posal to amend the constitution changing
the number required for a quorum was not
completed and went over until the next
The Board of County Supervisors, ac
companied by Auditor Hannan. went Into
Water Works Experts
Before Valuing Plant
Men for-City and for Receiver Get
Busy Getting; Data on Which
"UEHO UlTe MIZ"
In the Inside pocket of the roat THAT TKI.I.S TMK TALK OF 1IONKST CLOTHINU HKIH CTIONS.
The kmm! makes are names familiar to every man. And tltelr names ar barked by a reputation that
they alue as their GKKATKKT l!l"8INKN8 ASSET. They prtr.e it above all else and under no condi
tions, could they resort to any trickery or manipulation of fabrics or manufacture to deceive a trusting
public and Rive a deathblow to their fondest hopes of future prosperity and clothing, supremacy.
Irfxik for such names when you buy clothing as 'Kuppenheimer," "Steln-lHock." "Schloss nros."'
"Society Brand" and "Hlrsch Wlckwire.' They are the people who furnish the clothes we sell and
there's none better. Kvery man wants the bent there Is to be had for the money he spends, and we
are here to give you that kind -the bent there Is for any occasion, social or business, at HALF
THRIU OKHJIXAL rRIPK.
We never offer at our sales a lot of nondescript garments that are made up for sale purposes,
as some stores do, and tout them as being made to their special order. We Just ask you to lok for
the I nle I as proof between the genuine and the phoney.
Suits and Overcoats $7.50 to $20
That were $13.00 to 910.1)0. Stouts, slims, regulars slws 81 to S2.
Have You Plenty of Underwear?
Hundreds of men will buy underwear tO'
morrow because they will get fo much
for their money. All of our winter gar
ments, union suits and two-piece un
derwear, all offered at a splendid re
duction of 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Stouts and regulars.
Get Acquainted With Our Shirts
It will lead to a long and pleasant friend
ship. Manhattans, Star and Earl &
Wilson the $2.00 and $2.50 quality
that we are selling now at $1.38. It's
mighty fine stuff and you should prom
ise yourself a treat with sev- 1 OQ
i The house of tTlT) HTf J ft 7 9 f Guaranteed Kver.
g Kuppenheimer ff OTSJr f jf ff &ttS7T 7 "1 H
tan Shirts, John s-1" 1 "TL JST'?Z XVsV''a Jj CS " -JF forilll, of Kvery 1
,, Stetson Hats. Z- AA1
Vmr -r.'i st JmmJuUi, - - '- MMMiMIMjaMnrTwlff"lBWaOWW
dence will be collected by buth sides and Ui . ' '
ready for submission when the court con- ,rm'Z-:.Zr 'Z,';.;ZZZ'4tZ:. '-i ' l" ' ..... ....... t
venes on February 14. v- ' j I-Ok"1 "'""" "
Msrrlase l,leeasea. i j" SYl K
Marrlane licenses were Issued yesterday I I MM yjr ' I
to the following; named persons: 1 1 I If Bjjj f if
Name and Residence. Abj , I I 7 ZJrJt ffZm.t -JXKs 58
C. F. Arm, Oenosee. Kan 31 SZS hJr r-t Kt,V& m f s. H
Lettio May Kuykendall. Kock Hill. Neb.. 0 SfZ ) II ViZW U
J. Ackerman. Oakland, Ia 32 A Ka if 'i
Clars Bystone. Omaha , KTf l 5 9 J ) ejNv! l $
nenton H. Smith, Marshall. Tenn i --X AVla
Iulse Easmlck. Omaha 1! J IJ!faVtf &y
V. Jacobs, Omaha j I Kf f "0 f ( IV i JtiXA
Kmma Jackson, Omaha if Sj r-' 5 iVf iJT aM H 1
Elsie AUKUlre. Stockvllle. Neh 5'. f tf?bJ I f if H f H I fS
Mary li. Moore. Council Bluffs 3 ,, 'N. W A I 5-tfV-- I I
Peter iilevad. Pes Moines ST I -1) I 1 J U '
Sadie Johnson. Ues Moines !st(f i JsA R7l7Tlll i'
Joneph W. James, Omaha......... Itt J LsJA PJ VUljVlf f?Jl V
little Ellaabeth Cummins, Omaha t l S f IJ TNT V V I
NO MONEY FOR RAISING MAINE ify K!(yQfy- H
Orialnal Appropriation for Work ) VVV J'I', i
Will Be Kibiontrd la Koor Days )i IVjl... ., pfl , ll
Men re nis-haraed. , UR N-CR0SBY j ?
HAVANA. Feb. 3. A series crisis has If PfNtU.Mll ! j!
Maine. Of the original appropriation there S a v
remains barely sufficient to continue the l J Ci A I in .
work for four days. , f I J M I
Already expert engineers and skilled v 1 Jfv v1
workmen have been discharged and unless ' 11 1 i i .m i ' " ;
the additional appropriation Is made Im- "Vi 41 1 - 'Tl : I
mediately avallabl. the elaborate organ- ! VfA I m tf V lnTa1' '
Icatlon will be destroyed. Involving great A"Jl') K!ZAl' 'JVVw ' '
financial sacrifice' and Indefinite delay i .. -av .1,.... -. . - . ...m.
I ,k .l n, ... Jmvv T mm Siwms, W ' i ""-' iti ! II H 1 XT-' - "' ....'-r'
in me wors. . . . ' --m saai'a 1 n - 111 1 . -i -
th district yeftterday coven?d by the
nrAnnurl Vlalinsknina doutnun ta I K unil
big city faltowa and the big fellows have epent tn. dlly listening to the protests and
had to unload wherever they could find a approvals of the land owners and viewing
Ujj., 1 the situation from the face of nature in-
prlnts. It was not learned Inst nliht
ver tha country and the low figure has I whether the Work waa completed.
not been reached. They are now offering 1 Mrs. Julia Kod, aged 25 years, wife
butter and egga that hava been in storage John Bodel. and daughter of Mr. and
. . . . h Mrs. It,. W, Uentil, djed yesterday at her
for two or three and even five yeara. The hom, Avenue A. after an Illness of
tuff baa been kept at a temperature of more than one year from tuberculosis. Be-
tt degree, i below free sing, and, although aides her parents aha Is survived by three
I, look, good, it cannot ba wholesome or -and M Isa NeTa" ad NftaLth at
van tit for anything else than a canine home, and one brother. JUeoa T. Oenill. of
nMAtt& Tli rillf th DAanla have honed I Chlr.aerk
for I coming rapidly '
ASKS RECEIVER FOR COMPANY
Xm C. Bealer Tkla City Reeaeata
Preside- 0rm W. Hewltt
OIt am Aoceaatla.,
X reoelver waa yesterday asked for the
Iowa Mortgage and Trust company and
an accounting by its president. George W.
Hewitt, and aubsequent court proceedings
which will wind up the business of the actlng -,ayor ln the absence of Mayor M
concern, ine piainun in ut sun xuea
in the district court Is U C, Bestey of
Judge Vhornell ln the district court yes
terday considered the case of the Iowa
Furniture company against Oeorge C. barr,
an employe ot the Union Pacific The case
waa appealed to the district court from a
local justice's findings and Involved a ques
tion of the right ot garnishment where an
unmarried man has financial responsibili
ties to others. Judge Thornell took the
matter under advisement.
The city council failed to get anywhere
near a quorum for the adjourned meeting
called for yesterday afternoon. Alderman
Minnlck waa out of town. Alderman Hard
lng la alck and the other aldermen forgot
about It. Alderman Younkernian, who Is
rilntnn Q T) ..... a , Y ' . - m
.-iit.r,, in. 1 nr ill, n .11 1 ,iro i
epert. has sient the last two days In'
making a physical examination of the dis
tributing system of the local water plant.
Many holes have been sunk In various
parts of town for the purpose of r-xpoHlng
the pipes. While workmen were engaged
In dipping through the frozen earth. Mr.
Hums. City Engineer Etnyre and Alder
man Younkerman were testing the pres
sure of the fire hvdrants. The department
wagon with an equipment of connections,
nosr.les and pressure gauges carried the
party to the desired points and the tests
were quickly made. Records of the pres
sure with various sized nozzles were kept
for each hydrant tested. No Information
was given out, but Alderman Younkerman
said there was no Improvement In the
pressure since the time he made a similar
examination two' yeara ago, and reported
Yesterday afternoon the party embarked
In an automobile hired by Younkerman
and made a general Inspection of the fire
hydrants, noting their condition of service
ability, their location In relation to the
street curb and their elevation with ref
erence to the established grade. These
records will also form a material part of
the evidence the city will submit to the
court of condemnation to sustain Its val
uation of the plant. Alderman Younker
man said yesterday that Mr. Burns Is
making the most careful examination of
every portion of the plant and when It is
finished he will have pretty nearly, com
plete knowledge of Its actual physical con
dition. The experts employed by the water com
pany are equally busy but have not be
gun the physical examination. Engineer
Benczette Wllllama Is considering the
Inventory made by Mr. Phillips two years
ago and which he Is now checking up.
Mr. Williams will likewise make a full ex
amination to disclose th4 physical' condi
tion of the plant, especially the distribu
tion system, .which will present the widest
field for differences of opinion. It is prob
able that he will take out a section or
two of pipe to show Its condition in court,
at the present rate of progress the evl-
loney, waa the only member present. The
council was tn meet to assess sidewalks
Council Bluffs, who states that he holda 'her -Pc' for Contractors Wlckham
The body of Mra. Ida May Franks, who
died at Handolph, Neb., on Wednesday
from peritonitis, was brought here yes
terday for burial, and was taken to the
fourteen shares of the corporation's stock.
representing an Investment of fl.4C0i
Tha Iowa Mortgage and Trust company
waa organised here by local capitalists
and Incorporated February 17. 18M. The
organisation work and tha principal man
agement of tha affairs of tha concern were
under the, management of Mr. Hewitt
who was a wen known local lawyer. Tha
company did a large business and acquired
property and 2ad Investments tn various
parts of tha state, but principally ta tha
Woodrlng establiahment, awaiting arrange
ments lor the funeral. The deceased for
merly lived ln Council IHuffs, where a
number of her relatives still reside. She
la survived by her husband. Jacob Franks,
four sons and one daughter. Three of the
sona. John, Oeorge and Daniel, and the
daughter, Mrs. Nettle Smith, reside here.
W. B. Smith, the young ahoe clerk ac
cused of wholesale stealing from the Pierce
vicinity of Council Bluffs. The plaintiff I shoe atore, waa arraigned ln police court
ln tha suit alleges that Hewitt was tha
last president to be elected and qualified,
and that a year ago he notified thex sec
retary ef stats that the corporation bad
voted to dissolve and surrender Its fran
chlsa, but asserts that Hewitt had previ
ualy moved tha general offices of the
company to Chicago. Mr. Bealey alleges
that Hewitt baa the atock books and ail
ot the other books of the company, mak
lng it Impossible to discover the names of
other stockholders who might join Vi
the application for receiver.
alleges that Hewitt declines W make any
accounting or statement of business,
but asserts that the company liaa a large
amount of real aetata and o.i r assets.
yeaterday and took a change of vanue to
Juatlce Cooper. The date for the hearing
was not fixed. Smith a attoatiey, Colonel
John LJndt, made an ineffectual appeal to
Mr. Pierce to atop the prosecution. Mr.
Pierce said there were still four men in
Council Bluffs whom he could send to the
penitentiary for thefts committed while
they were In his employ and he thought
It was about time to make an example for
future dishonest clerks.
The basket ball game between the South
Omaha representative Young Men's Chris
tian association team and the local re
oralnlzed Young Men a Christian asxocl-
H ft'.j'j 1 At Ion big ftva promlsea to be a good con-
nil, aa tnua tar me ooya irom packer
U.vn have not aa yet met defeat and they
aie in fine fettle for the game. Captain
Itt'Mrlcka of the "Y" equad promises a
mU' Interesting forty minutes of play with
th team that now is wearing the "Rep"
mini rennr run lasim 'eup mr wie locai loung Men s
DUnULdUUL rln lVmr!,J nil IC.rlstlan association follows: Doc Hen
Aedleaee Wltaeasla- Ceatest Laaahs
at tha Mtir HasBoraaa
A burlesque county fair was given at the
Toung Men'a Christian association last
night before an audience of 2U0 people.
The burleaque opened with a Rube's
march and closed with a chariot race.
Among the eventa were an implement
march, some tumbling, a horse race, a
duck race, a duel between two knights on
horseback that waa worth while viewing.
The turuhltng met with great applause.
The burlesque on Indoor base bull wss
the hit of the evening, especially the end,
when the umpire waa mobbed by all the
This was the first of a series of humor
ous stunts to be given by the Council
Bluffs Young Men's Christian association.
Real Katate Traaarers.
The following transfers were reported to
The Bee, February 2. by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company, Council bluffs:
H. P. Triplett and wife to D. C.
Haines. me uw' and part awl nel,
and part nU wV aud uart n
ai of 1-7H-44, w. d.
Nettle Woodward ani husband in !
Irene Butler, part awV nwV and
nw iv 1T-76-4.1. w. d
B. t Harclay to H. V. Coker, lot li.
In hlo. k 4, In Van lirunt A Hire's
addition to Council bluffs, la., w. d.
William Moore, trustee, and wife to
Jerry liur ke. lot In. in Belmont ad
dition to Council muff, la., w. d . .
. C. Yruoman and wife to Ethel K.
Jones, east 6u ft of ( 1H' ft. of
lot J. Ill bliH k -V In Everett s addi
tion to Council Bluffs la., q. r. d
County treasurer to rtenjemtn-Frhr
Ke.il KMate Co.. 11ml of lot 6
in I'lo, k Jj, ami v of mid. I, ,,f
lot 1. In M.m k 7. In Beer s subd. In
Council Huffs, la., tx. d
Bricks, right forward; Keneth Cook, left !
forward; Frank Thomas, center; Dory
Grow, right guard. Arch Hutchinson, left
In preparation for the removal of the
Commercial National "bank from Its present
location to the ground floor of the Sapp
block, the real estate of flies of Macallnier,
Canning A Co. and Charles Paschel were
last evening moved lnte the Clark build
411K on the corner of Broadway and Main
aireet. The lease of the Northwestern
ticket office room, to be occupied by the
hank, does not expire until June, but the
real estate men had to move to permit the
changes required to be made In the room,
which will probably result in changing the
elevator to the front and the conatruction
ot the hank's vault where the elevator la
now located. The Northwextern Railway
company has leaxed the building now oc
cupied by the Lnamond theater, adjoining i
the Sapp block, and will occupy the new'
location la June.
Dr. C. H. Bower, city health physician,
filed last evenUig his monthly report of
rontasioua tluteiuma for January. The re
port showa seven cases of diphtheria and
one death; twenty-four cases of scarlet
fever, all mild, and no deaths; four cse
ot typhoid fever and one death; an un
known number of patients attacked b
pneumonia and threa deaths. The report I
Is very incomplete, owing to the fat that
j the Hoard ol-Health has no means of re-
I iiiilrlntf tihv.li'Utll tt ...till rlhlll Ih. nA.-M-
I T.J0 j ury data to make the vital statistics com
plete enough to be of malarial value. The
local health officers go around and get
such Information aa the physicians happen
to remember at the time or choose to give.
Iht total number ot deaths from all causes
In the rity during the month waa thirty
four. While the record only shows three
rases of pneumonia and three deaths it la
known that the number Is greater.
Yeaterday waa groundhog day. From the
moment the sun roae until it disappeared 1
60 ,in the went there waa Dot a moment In I
i Council Bluffs that tlie terra-porcine could'
I ni have seen hia siiaiiow. uy the rulea
1 that govern the venerable and sacred su
I pemttuon this part of the earth is con-
I detuned by Immutable law to suffer six
ks more 01 winter. 11 is luuny
S DUTY you owe to yourself, is to save sornethmg for a rainy day. BUT THE MOST IM
PORTANT DUTY FOR A FATHER OR MOTHER is to prepare their children for the
future by properly and thoroughly educating them ; NO CHILD'S EDUCATION IS COM-
' r f r r t r T r t -v - TT-, r a ' - rr v t v - t t- tv a i w . "v T X t T TCI " rv ' t t .t L -.
PLETE WITHOUT SOME KNOWLEDGE OF MUSIC.
offer SUCH GRET PIANO -BARGAINS in our
During the month of February we
TV7 0 Tl TTAl
III 'rln ' 1
Va v s m r
ata-P ImmI Wbwbd tw i,
on Slightly Used Pianos, that the opportunity to perform the TWO MOST IMPORTANT DUTIES that come to all homes is very easy. On nearly new, and
virtually as good as new, high grade, standard Pianos. Every Piano that has been taken in exchange, all Pianos returned from rental, and all lines of Pianos
that remain on our floors that we are not the exclusive Nebraska representatives for, we place on sale, at prices, in some cases, which represent only 20 '
OR 25 OF THE USUAL SELLING PRICE.
To illustrate the bargains we are offering in nearly as good as new Pianos, we quote the following prices,
positively guaranteed to be just as is represented by whomsoever it is shown.
Every Piano is in first class condition, and is
Kohler & Chase, mahogany case $75
Franklin, mahogany case $100
Peerless, oak case $125
Kohler & Campbell, mahogany case '. $150
Henry and S. 0. Lindeman $1G5
Smith & Barnes, walnut case, fine condition. $175
Milton, little used, oak case $200
Ebersole, little used, fine condition, oak case $200
Anderson, manogany case, line conamon at
Story & Clark, little used, fine condition
J. & 0. Fischer, little used, fine condition
Weber Grand, mahogany case
Smith & Nixon, mahogany case, fine condition.
nuir or mir. 11 im rimm- " m.i.i
0,i" .J10.SW i Itx si delver Into superolUlons. "that so I
A PIANO BUYER'S HARVEST
For the next thirty days we will quote prices on new, high grade standard Pianos that are so low as to amaze and astonish every dealer in the west. We are
absolutely certain that Nebraskans have never before been offered SUCH WONDROUS SAVINGS in their Piano purchases.
ItKMK.MUKK, every Piano on our floors will be
old at a SweepInK llrdurtion In Prire and on Your
Own Term, with one exception, the "world'a bt-st"
Knabe, the standard Piano of the world.
THI WAT Wl WUl MA KB A TIADZ, We will set
a price on the l'isno yuu cliuoee, and auttrantee It tn 19
lower thun the same quality ran he purchHsed siiyuhere
else. Yuu will rtwtde how mucli yuu will psy dnun, urul
how much you can sfford to ptty regularly thereafter.
What more run u Flur.o uer ask? Kifheet Qusllty,
Lowest Frieea and Easiest Terma.
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