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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1?, 1911.
LIBRARIANS TO MEET HERE
The East Has Sent Us the "Best
Importers and domestic t man nf&ohirers hare sent us for fall one of the most complete and exclusive lines of
Ucp iHitaius, bungalow and novelty nets, imported Surnast drapery goods and light weight Sun fast materials. The
etork presents some of. the m6st beautiful creations we hare shown in recent years. The materials are much better
tlmi makers, have been putting into their goods until this season. They are so new and bo attractive that one must
them to appreciate their beauty, fitness and "complete worth. A-few-that should attract re listed below.
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In some 'there .is no lowering from the .regular price, '
but everyone' contains a bargain quality just the same
Draperies and Curtains
Annual Session to Start Wednesday
at Public Library.
F. L HAIXER IS THE PRESIDENT
rrortn Mas Bern Amntr4 for the
Tr Iters Session, Which
la to ronrletle FrMir
Arabia Lac. Ourfciiii -All newest ailea; rr pHr.-SS.00
Novelty Net Curtain Very attractive; .per. pair, '
at S2.00 S2-.50.S2.8O Qd $3.25
tinny Lace Curtain In white and cTU,'.very test '
depiens: vet rir . . $4.00 $5.Hr 86.50 S8.50
ornatls Lac Curtains There is", nothing that tnalueo
a nicer or richer looking parlor curtaiin 'than dainty 1
Brussels lace. We have rare selection; per raJr, ; 1
tT $3.00 to . 822.00
Imported. Soofast Goods Guaranty not. to tad,' '
60 inches wide. at. yard . . . . .rg&.CrO. 2.50 '83.00
Domestic Mercerized' SunJt Plain. andflured, In, all , .
colors, per yard,' from .......v......-.;'.... 85't$1.50
The Best Vulcan Gae Stoves
From $10.00 to $28.00 we offer. theVulcan five-burner Oae
Stove as an extra special. The Vulcan.'ydu'know, la strictly hlh
grade. A top notch .design for $10.00. ' Other . styles with
double oven' for-baking and roasting at. the same time. We have
them with elevated ovens and ctfblnet.designs,'' with sixteen and
eighteen-inch ovens. -'.-;, ,
The burners with this make of stove are the. best made and
are bound to cut your gaa bill dOwm When you use them.
. .. . . .'
These burners are displayed' in -our show window -where we
Invite you to inspect them, for we know you'wiir not realite the
advantages of the Vulcan until you.haVe se'en' Its 'many , advan
tageous parts. You are not Importuned .to . buy, ;Just come and
pee the stove and learn Its high character and extraordinary
value. ' - .
Colonial ' Drapery fabric -Suitable tor bedroom orer-
draperiea; per yard 50
Bungalow Lae Xete The most popular thing for the
modern house in imported and domestic patterna; per
yard, from , . . 50 to $2.00
Ortonnee, Chlntrea end C rafters Cloth New patterns
Jtist arrived, per, yard, from 25 to 75
rORTlERES AT BAKC.AIN PRICES
We purchased-a large lot of portieres at a great saving in
price. Theae are .mercerised. Arm ure in reds, greens and browns,
finished' with' very,pretty .Persian band'borders'and worth from "
- $4.60 to $6.60 -per , pair.- Tour choice of any color or pattern
w $3.75. pert pair. .
Linoleum Cuts for a Week
Thl is the season of the year when the housewife Is most
likely to need new linoleum. The home should be prepared for win
ter, so It will not be necessary to bother around getting the floors
covered after cold and sloppy weather comes. In order to give
the housewives of Omaha an opportunity to gather all the lino
leum they want we have brought down prlcea for this week, the
sale starting Wednesday morning. The linoleum Is among the
best we'handle, and is such that will please all. The stock la
large, making the choice of design and quality extensive. The
prices are cut almost half
70c Printed Linoleum Six feet ulde, high grade, pretty
pattern Per square yard 45r
'85c Printed Linoleum 12 feet wide, excellent quality,
per square yard . 55
60c Printed Linoleum It is a superior quality stock, with
strong wearing qualities; 6 feet wide. Per square yard. . . .35r
Miller, Stewart it Beaton Co.
THE TAG POLICY HOUSE
413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Bave Boot Tint It.
Qes, Xiao, natures, Bivrgess-Orsaaen.
Eg-ypttan Chocolates 80c, Myers-Dillon.
To Bernlete Transient Merchants
The retail committee of the Commercial
club has recommended to the executive
committee that the proper officials of the
club be Instructed to draft an Ordinance
to regulate transient merchant that will
be acceptable to both the retail and Job
bing Interests ot the club.
Class In Salesmanship Meets The in:
troductorjr meeting of the classes in sales
manship and advertising at the Young
Men's Christian association will , be held
next Monday evening. October 28. F. W.
Heron, Instructor in salesmanship will
deliver an address on salesmanship. A.
L. Gale will talk on advertising.
Mayor Treats Mis Coasts Mayor
Dahlman kept open house at the - city
hall Tuesday, inviting each ot his visitors
to partake ot the contents ot a large
bottle which stood Invitingly on-a stand
by the window. The two-finger limit
was not put on the drink, which proved
to be a bottle ot delicious cider from the
orchard of Uncle Joe Redman. It IS a
present which Uncle Joe makes annually
to the mayor as soon as his apples are
ripe and cider pressing begins.
Luncheon for Cuban Delegates The
University club will entertain the Cuban
delegation to the Prison congress 'at
luncheon Wednesday noon. The members
ot. the delegation are General Dernetrlo
del Costillo y Duany, governor of the na
tional penitentiary at ' Havana; - Senor
Gi mines Lanier, assistant secretary of
the interior, and Benor 'Victor Hugo Ber-
ranoo. attache of ' the Cuban 'consulate
general at New York City.' General Cas
tillo -will make a brief address on "The
Future of Cuba and. Its Interest in 1 the
Pickpocket. Caught ;.;
Caught' in the act of picking the pooket
of O: B. Foster, a farmer living In Cory
don., was the fate last night of KlshaH
Mori, a young Japanese. 'Foster - says
be was standing on the corner of Tentft
and Capitol avenue when Mori . slipped
up behind him and took loO" from his
pocket. The theft was discovered before
b bad time to get away and. Foster gave
chase. Just as he wss about to be cap
tured, Mori flung the money, which was
all in bills into the. street where it was
later recovered by a passerby. The pick'
pocket was captured and turned over
to Officer TJUmer. Foster was on hit
way to Gregory to take up a claim. .'
GREAT MASJELDOM PERISH
Attorney General Wiokersham Talks
at Palimpsest Club Banquet.
HEAPS PBAISE ON FO&EFATHERS
Attacks tbemaa'oaraea Who Attavek
AnSrtoaii Inst ltat tons Speaks
. " at Prison Congress Today to
Next to sunshine, nothing
restores health, strength
and vitality like
Unstinted praise was . heaped upon the
coloniaJ fathers who framed the consti
tution- of the United States,' and asms
goguesi who , attack American Institutions
weret forcibly attacked, by United States
Attorney General George W. wickersham
In ,an address at a banquet of the Pa
Umpsest, , at which he was the honored
guest -at -the omana ciub Monaay. air.
Wlck'eriham .1b" In Omaha to speak before
the co'ngrses of the American Prison as
'1 have -been -left te speculate whether
or not you devote your meetings to the
study of paleography, reading 'the photo
gra'prtlo copies of famous palimpsests,
which are ".now ' sent' anywhere by ' the
great libraries of'Europe for the eonven
lenee" ef 'scholars-in distant lands.", ssid
Mr.' 'vncksVSham. "or .if the name of your
club merely is a figurative suggestion of
broad'er .than . human Interests, leading
lnto fields of history and philosophy, fax
beyertd'the-mere 'deciphering of ancient
"I; have preferred . to ; adopt ' the' latter
theory and to assume that your pallmp
sests are the , leaves .in, the great book of
human i history.".. .
, Mr. i Wickersham followed the idea of
pepulr .government from ih time ot the
ttreeKB ana- ssia oi-AJiMirioan vuiootsts;
. ' 'Fatnlliar wltk O&verameata.
"As One reads the lnadeouate record
of their deliberations. -one. Is. .filled with
wonder and . admiration st the evidenc
of their! tnorougn tanuuanty with the
hlAtotv ef governments. In the cast, a, id
at, their presclenoe-ln-respeot to the tu
tors - i ney-, were. at pains .to .save meir
eouat trOm. the disasters which had
ever' attended, upoa-popular- forms of rov
"bo. fheyj devised a sohera of repre
sanative republican - government, wit a a
distribution and balance ot powers, so
adjusted , tiat It-- can never tatl to re
spond to -the-real.' deliberate judgment of
the people, But Which is Strong enough
to -protect the commonwealth from tne
effectual, temporary lmpulsa, resulting
from misinformation, passion or prejudice.-
Thelf government wae a growth
a continuity of the instltutionu winch tha
hardy, upnght. self-respeotlng man of
the- American colonies -had worked out
for, the .preservation of that liburty and
indrenSsnce which to them was dearer
than propertyor life.-
"U a trie .pi od act of the best thought
and-ths highest et&teupmnehie of tne
American people The civilised world has
bines done homg to their learning, thlr
wisdom and. their practical Common sense.
The eardinai principles of the government
aj-e slmDle. a nice bi lance of powers, con-
UdencS In representatives who make,
iud4ss tor Mnatsnce, and adminlntrators
ho execute ths law. Freeeom from in
terference for a period adequate to enable
them to dsmonatrais the fidelity with
which' their' tasks are discharged, snd
accountability to the people when this
period is pasted. '
"Cut Iconoclasts such- as arise In all
iiges. threaten the overthrow of this sys
tem. Alresdy their destructive work has
been commenced in many states. Opposi
tion, to them is .sought to be discredited
by Uio' ci"sp ihl - rt-v ci that thQte
who oppose the proroii-d changes do not
trust the people The sponge and the
era&er of the. esgtr soclsl reformer and
the-mors eager demagogue are set to
work on the page to which were ap
pended the liiTirmal names of HamlJion,
Franklin, i Maditon and YVhington.
bo vocifereus sre there icondclatiis and so
apathetic the friends and-supporters of
constitutional government that one is
tempted to share . tne-fears of. Hamilton
that It may be :orgotten that the vigor
of government-is tnUl to the security
of liberty: that in the contemplation of a
sound and .well informed Judgment, their
Interest can ne r t-S s-rsrated; snd that
a dangerous-suibltion more often lurks
behind the sperlou mask of xoa) for the
rights of thi. r"ple than unrler the for
bidding apparsnce of s'al for the flrm-iie-'
and efflcienov of soveriiniunb'
"To an , American" of today tha sugges
tion of sn Individual tyrant accomplikh
lng the overthrbw .of liberty in this country-teems
' grotesquely atsurd and Im
possible. . But' Uie overthrow of repre
aaiativei rspubilcaa .govtrmueat. ot- tae
type established by the constitution of
the United Plates and by those of prac
tically all the states ot the union, at
least until a very recent date, eliminates
entirely the element of protection of the
commonwealth from the immediate dis
astrous action of an organized and ag
gressive minority, the weakening of gov
ernment by making executive officers de
pendent entirely upon momentary popu
lar favor: and results in the destruction
of all security of property and liberty,
by creating a spineless and servile Judi
ciary. "Before we .wipe away the institutions
so carefully planned by our forefathers
to write over their ruins the new social
contract and the revised and 'latest edi
tion of "The Rights of Man," shall we
not pause and consider whether we would
not throw away a priceless heritage
and like E?au barter away , a precious
birthright of freedom for a mess of li
Ouests of the Pajlmpsest club' at the
Wickersham banquet were:
United States Attorney General George
W. Wickerthsm, Colonel H. C. Car
baugh of Chicago, of the Judge advocate
general's department of the United
States army, Frank Cole Of Washing
ton, P. C-, assistant to the attorney gen
eral: R. V. La Dow of Washington, D. C,
superintendent of federal prisons; 8. R.
Rush of Omaha, assistant to the attor
ney general; Rev. J. A. Jenkins of
Omaha:-Dean J. A. iTancock of: Omaha;
Way land Maree of Omaha and General
Demetrio Castillo of Havana, governor
of the national prison of Cuba. ..
Members of -the Palimpseet cluo who
attended the bsnquet are:
Dr. C. C. -Allison. E. M. Andreesen, D
A. Baum. M. T. Barlow. Dr. W. O
Bridges, F. A. Brogan, ,C. H. Brown, E.
E. Bruce, w. H. Bucnoiz. victor B. Cald
well. Clement-Chase. Isaac E. Conadon
F. 6. Cowgill, General- John C. Cowln,
U F Crofoot, E. W. Dixon. N. P. Dodge,
Luther Drake. E. M. Fairfield. C. C.
George, F. H. Oalnes. William F. Gur-
ley, F. ' 1a nailer, u rutcnoocic. it. T
Hamilton. C. W. Hull. J E. Kelhv. F.
P. Klrkendall, C. ' T. Kountse, Myron I
Learned, Dr. J. 1. Lord, c. f. MoOrew,
John A. Moflhane, W. D. MoHugh, J. H.
Miiiara, is. m. uorseman. sr., 3. M
Morsntan, 5r, . W. H. Munger, W. T
Page. 8. P. Peck. George' H. Prlns. Wll
Ham A. Redlok, A. U-Keed. Edson Rich
Victor .Rosewater, C. I Saunders. A. C.
Wib.Uv rt XV WattlM .Inhn T. T-K.
ster. C. M. Wiihelm. George Wright of
Council Biuirs,- n. w.- ratea, -
Shenandoah Man .
: Dfes FromGunshot
W.. R. Sch warts.; years told, son of
John Bchwarts, a prominent 'contractor
of Shenandoah, la., died at 6:20 last
evening at Council Bluffs from -a pistol
wound in. the left temple. - at first sup
posed to have been self-inflicted, while
occupying a room in the Ogden hotel
with a woman whom he represented as
his -wife. The woman Is being held pend
ing an .inquest this afternoon.
Suhwarts , and the woman came - te the
hotel 'at 11 o'cloek yeaterdsy.
A ,ehot heard In the hou-1 at eclock
was not heeded. . but- Uter Mrs. Means,
the ' landlady, was called upstairs and
discovered Bchwarts lying bleeding from
a wound In his temple and the woman
wringing her hands and prOteetlns- she
had been out of the room w hen the shoot-i
lng took place. A revolver was found
underneath the wounded man's body.
Bchwarts died at Mercy ' hospital without
The woman, who was at once arrested.'
said she was May Kirk, ' aged '23 years,
divorced wife of Clyde Kirk, formerly of
Council .Bluffs, snd had' been - keeping
company wiui cb warts about fiva wsexs.
he Is a daughter of Mr. gams of Avoca,
la The two met at Red Oak. Ia . Satur
day1, spent some time In Omaha snd then
went to Council Bluffs, where they had
quarreled. Bthwarts accusing the woman
of infidelity, ' threatening to shoot him
Dr. Barstow. ef Council Bluffs, slvr
examining .the wound, ssld it oould f it
have been self - Inflicted." '. The woman,
when sirested. was under the Influence
ef Intoxicants and several, partly filled
bottles were found In the room Srhwarts
bad occupied Schwartz had been mar
ried, but his wife divorced him severs!
The Merchant Who -Has the Goods U
the One Who Lets the Public Knew It
Throug Advertising In Tbs - Baa.
About Ibsen's Play
Ibsen's play of "Brand" as the tragedy
ef the man who lives out. his life upon
the principle ef sacrifice "ail for nothing"
was explained by Dr. Paul Grumann of
the University of Nebraska Monday after
noon in the third of a series 'of lectures.
The series has been transferred from the
publlo library to the auditorium of ths
Young Men's Christian association, which
was well filled Monday.
Dr. Grumann outlined the circumstances
of the bitter, narrow f of the Nor
wegian priest who was led by bis stern
ideals to sacrifice his own and his family's
happiness and the life ef his little son
to doty. "Tfrhen Brand Is finally over
whelmed in the avalanche after his people
have deserted him upon the mountain
tops, a voice speaks from above and says,
"God Is love," said Dr. Grumann. "but
the Latin form is used because love, as a
term, has been so much ridiculed by
Brand in his effort to show people that
love may be uniwgenerate and that hu
manity is sot always enough."
The boy 'a appetite .la often the source ef
amazement., If you would have, such, an
appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets. They
not -only create .a healthy appetite, but
strengthen the stomach and ensble It to
do us won naturally, r or sale by ail
If -you -have anything to exchange ad
vertise it In The Omaha Daily Bee.
Try This Famous Pinex
"Pint of Cough Syrup"
A Family ueely far 50o, Saving $2. The
, Surest, Qulokeet Remedy You Ever
' Used e Money Refunded.
A-eosgh remedy that saves yoa 8, and
la guaranteed to arlve onleker. Wim r.
ia guaranteed to give qaleker, tetter re
soles Shan anything else.! surely worth
frying, A ad one trial will show yoo why
-Waei is used la xaore hoaee b the U. S.
And Canada lUaa any ether eons remedy.
You wlil be pleasantly apprised ky the
way 16 takes right hold ot a ooug. giving
almost lnsteno relief. It will tuoal stop
the most obstinate, deep-seated ooug a la
M hours, and is unequalled for prompt
result ia whooping oongu. -
A AO-cent bottle of tinex, when mixed
with home-made soger syru p, makes a full
Bt the best cough remedy ever a sod.
prepared lnflTemlautee directions
The taste Is pleasant children take it
Willingly. Stimulates the appetite and is
SllghUy laxaure both excellent feature
Spieodtd for croup, hoarseness, asthma,
bronoLltia and otbear throat troubles, and
a highly suocesaful remedy for incipient
Pinex ie a special and highly eonoen
trated compound of Morway white IMoe
extract, rich in gualacol and other natural
heallog piue eitunente. blmply mix with
sugar syrup or strained honey, Ja nln
botUe, audit la rewly for use.
Pinex has often been Imitated 'but never
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the same results. The genuine is guaran
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sarundM. Ortift.. t ......
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bmm n mat. wui sriaaiy Bee IB for you.
Jf notjSea4 to The Vtnex Co., JU Wayna,
Stops instantly when you apply.
Does sot spill o dry up. Always reedy
, . AO Oniagbta 1 8
Special Offerings in Men's Gloihing
The Nebraska Library sssoclstlon will
hold - Its annual session Wednesday.
Thursday end Friday In ths Omaha public
library building and men snd women In- r
terested In llbrsry work win be hrr '
from all parts of the stats, r. L. Haller '
of Omaha Is president. Miss Clsrv Craig j
of Lincoln is first vice preeldent. Mis ,
Fsullne Frsnk of Kearney Is second vice
president snd Mls Guess Humphrey of
Lincoln Is secret try. treasurer. The pro
gram: WEDNaSDAY. J 30 P. M.
"Reaching the Teople" - George B
ftley. secretary American Library asso
ciation. "How te Read a Novel" Kete A. Mo
Hush. prlnrlisl Omaha High school.
THURSDAY. A. M
"The Library and the Biilnes Man"
Jeanette M. Drake, librarian Ploux City
"Public Documents In the Pmsll Li
brary" Anna V. Jennings. librarian
State Normal, Kearney.
"Hound Table" Florence Smith, Omaha
THURSDAY. I P. M.
"Btory Telling from the School's View.
polnt'Wennle L. Redtield. president
Omaha fitory Tellers' league.
"The Mother as the Story Teller" Mm
C, W. Axtell. vice preylrlpnt Omaha Storv
"Public Library Vr nf ftcry Telling". -Edna
Lyman, Oak Fsrk, III . rtoi-v teller
and lecturer on library work with chil
dren. FRIDAY. 9 A. M.
"Rural School Library" A V Teed
county superintendent Dixon cuuntv.
"Rural F.xtenon" E. .loanns Ha gey,
librarian Cedar Rapid publlo library.
"Nebraska Library Law " S. t:. hnomstt.
Held Up for Week
On account of the absence of Council
man Bridges the committee of the whole
yesterday sfternoon deferred taking any
action on tho appraisal of Chicago street,
between Eleventh and Twelfth Hlreets,
one-half of Csss street between the Mini
points, and the alleys Mn bt-tween. which
streets and alleys sre desired vacated
by the Illinois Central railroad It Is
proposed by the railroad company to
build two new freight hotmea, which
would obstruct the streets snd slleys In
question. The Board of Appraisal val
ued the property at 125.740, which a num
ber of the councilman believe Is too low
a valuation and the matter was held
over until Councilman Bridges could ap
pear and explain ths basis on which ths
property was appraised
In regard to the closing of Nicholas
street, the stipulation that the street he
closed upon the completion of the via
duct by the railroad companies was
placed on file until such time ss a de
cision Is rendered In the court of ap
peals In the Dodge street esse.
On petition of residents in the neigh
borhood of Thirty-first and Boyd streets
sgslnst the closing of streets and alleys
In that vicinity in favor of the Havens
White and the L. B. McCoon Coal com
panies, who desire to construot a coal
yard there, the matter was referred to
the street and Improvement committee,
which wss Instructed to report to the
committee of the whole next week.
In the abdominal region is prevented by
the use of Dr King's New Life Pills, the
painless purifiers. 2fir,. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Buys the host Snit or Overcoat in Omaha. These
tramients are just tailored full of value ami others
ask more for clothes not as rooiI.
For style, fit and workmanship Suits and Over
coats at this price, reprefent more than good value.
Your own interests demand of you to examine
these clothes before making1 a final selection.
Brings you right into the fine merchant tailor
class. Hand tailored throughout by experts of ex
ceptional materials in tho latest styles, we offer
you suits that your tailor enrmnt duplicate for
less than $40.
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nincent Hsynsr Privste
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You see WF MUST MAKE
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Note tha price only 80 cents
s quirt (express psid) for this
highest grade bottled-in-bond
whisker a whiikey that is
distilled, aged and bottled un
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Leave Chicago 2 JO p. m.
Arives New York 9:25 a.m.
Arrive Boston 1 ) 50 a. m.
For nrketa, sleepiBS' esr aeeotpatotlaUens snd ill Infor
atstloa call e er Odraas J. S- Wlliebrssds. Ceaei-al
Agent Pssseufer Departiaeat, e-4-s Ctty NsUoaal
Bank Bias.. Ostaka, Nek.
Fur Cleaning? Of Course!
There's a way to blind back life, lustre and sparkle to laldiea and
gentlemen's FIRS, and WK are the only Omahnne who KNOW that
way. A professional FtIUtlER takes chau-ge of your fur- cleansing
HERE, and returns to you fura that LOOK like NEW. NOWS the
Telephone Tyler 1800 or Auto A-2J25 and a wagon cal la. Express
paid one way on shlpmenta of 8.00 or over. Uptown receiving eta
tlona at Pomptlan Room of Brandeia fctorea aud Dresber tbe Tailor's
1615 Fartiam Hi.
2211-13 Faniam St.
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