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Till: NKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY. XOVEMRER 1011.
COURT FIXES RULES OF ROAD
Omaha Boy Secures Judgment for
Injury on the Street.
HOW TO PASS ON SAME SIDE
SI or Thna Ordinary t'lirr Mnt lie
I ird nt Surh Time Rutins; la
I'nxe A H.". I nt AlnmHo
(From a Staff CorieRpondcnt )
j LINCOLN. Nov. 15. (Special.) What
the rules of the road arc !n thin date
1 may be cleaned froi i a perusal of the
decision jiJHt handed down by tlie supreme
i court lu the case wiicteli; Harry Hackett,
an 11-yeur-oM (imtiha hoy. ucovcrcd dani-
, .fres from Hie Alav.iltc i'alry company
of that city. y
llackett and ti In y frier.d were riding
. bicycles al.int' one of the streets of tlie
state's metropolis. The hls.'way had been
narrowed by the erection of a fence
thereon, which had been built to protect
construction work thou under way. The
lads attempted to pass on of the-defendant
eompany's wancms. Ilackett'x conv
punlon negotiated the jsaffe nafdy, but
the plaintiff was not no successful. As
he was even with the wspon t lie driver
ti.rned his tam In toward the fence with
he result that a mlli-don occurred. The
lnd was severely Injuri a and later, sued
the company for da.iiaKtK. Judgment was
obtained In the lower court and this the
tiipmme tri burnt! affirms, with Judges
Humes an J FawceU dissenting.
Ordinary Kales of Itond.
Ret out In the opinion arc the following
rules w -till -li the court declares should
ordinarily govern the road:
The rule h.i to the rights of persons
drtvlnR in t Im same direction In a public
rood or street and hoi kin to pass each
etT wiis that urd.naiily It Is the du'.y
vf co. it oi iv.r to Mini tne proper mile of
the roiid. but this id not absolute. Jte is
not bound to k..i- .. but If he
loes not do s.. ho must use more care
and kep a bet tec lookout to avoid col
lisions limn would be necessary W ei c ho
tin the proper side.
lu a narrow street be must not unneces
sarily block the way or crowd other
travelers to one side, and he must use
the highway in such a manner as not un
lessnnablv to deprive other travelers of
their en mil riKhts to the use of the street.
it 1b impotsible to lay down a hard und
fast rule applicable to all situations which
may urlse in the stifrts of a cltv and
ven though a deviation from the rule of
the road has taken place the question
whether the defendant or his servants
have been guilty of nepllgenee or the
I'lulntiff guilty of contributory negligence
la ordinarily one for the Jury to decide.
Court rulesIjn power
! to annex land by force
i (From a Staff Correspondent.)
MXCOLN, Nov. li'. (Speclnl TelORiam.)
, The mere fact that any village or city
' f the stalo wishes to arnex land In nn-
her county Is not a barrier to its being.
-forcibly taken into the limits of a munici
pality, according, to a decision Just rend
! rd by the utuie supreme court.
The case In which the t Jiing wai made
Is that of Fred Ctecht and otheru ntjalnst
the town of Wnkefleld. The latter village
'Is in Dixon county ard the land which it
sought to annex is just across the line
1 In Wayne cour.ty. The vlllagty In its
eide of the case says that the proximity
ef Wakefield Mves the property of TTtecht
and others added value and alo gives
'them an opportunity to u;e nil tile public
I titilltien which that village haa.
I'techt fought ' thev'anncxutinn on two
j grounds that a village In one county
1 had no rixht to annex land In another
jnnd thnt the lower court was not Justified
I'l holding that Justice' and equity de
j manded that the land bo uiiikx'.I.
i HASTINGS ORDERS MANY
' : MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS
1 HASTINGS. Neb., Nov. 13. (Special. 1
Transactions involving over $100,000. much
I of which represents paving finished In
the last few weeks, were conducted iy
the council Monday niht. A iet!t!on for
the repaying of the main business street
was grunted. The water commissioner
was instructed to proceed with the prepa
ration of speeificatlor.3 for a new pump
for the water works of a capacity of
lr.W1.f00 gallons per day, w hich will double
,the present capacity. An ordinance was
I enacted requiring the removal of ull tele
phone, telesraph and electric light poles
from the streets in the business section
: by January 1. 191C. This is In preparation
'for the Installation of an elaborate orna
i mental lighting system In the business
GOOD ROADS MEN HOLD
' BIG BANQUET AT DILLER
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 13.-(8peclal
Telegram. A good roads banquet was
lield In Loock's hall at Dlller tonight
jai.d was attended by Clearly JOu good
roads boosters. The principal speakers
l -were C. I E. Blauser and J. W. Fouts
or Piller, Lew Hhelley and W. P. Cranio
of Fairbury. Thomas Price was toast-
. The highest tinint nf mnmis 'q fian.
, o i - . . w .
runess is reached only through moth
erhood, in the clasping of Ler child
! within lier arms. Yet the mother-to-Ibeis
often fearful of nature's ordeal
' and shrinks from the sufferinjr inci
: dent to its consummation. Hut for
.nature's ills and discomforts nature
'provides remedies, and in Mother's
; l'riend is to be found a medicine of
preat value to every expectant mother.
It is an oily emulsion for external
t application, composed of ingredients
i which act with beneficial and sooth
ing effect on those portions of the
i bystem involved. It is intended to
prepare the system for the crisis, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
! nig through which the motherusuallv
passes. The regular use of Mother's
! l'riend will repay any mother in the
. comfort, it affords before, and the help
! f ul restoration to health and strength
it brings about after baby cornea.
1 Mother's l'riend
h for sale at Vft
write lor our rr
Kt- f,.e V6'
1 .t-. t, XL
i t-rs which contains much valuable
information, and many suggestions
! cf a helpful riatvre.
. - RADtlElD REGULATOR CO.. AtU.nta. C
Cases Go Over on
Account of Illness
CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Nov. M.-iSpe-clal.)
When the regulnr November term
of the dlstrlot court convened here M in
fny with Judge C.eorge II. Thomas on
the bench and a full Jury panel In at
tendance, It was expected that ih'rc
would be at least a week's woik f.n
the Jury, and after that more work for
the Judge before the session Would ad
journ. Ity Monday evening the Jury was
dismissed and at 10 o'clock Tuesday th
court had taken a rrcess :it n date to
be fixed later. There was a wh.ilesnle
cleaning up of rases on the criminal
docket. The cases against Harry Krb
were !iin!psci1 upc n the failure of those
whom it had claimed had been defraiidei,
to appear. It being understood that the
differences between Eib und his creditors
had beru stttlcd. The motion fir a con
tinuance In the case ageinst John Mar
quis was strongly contested by the slate.
An affidavit was prosentui by tlie de
fense asking for a oiitlnuanco on the
ground that they hud tu.-on to believe
Daniel Hiinkorhof f would swear that the
llipior captured In the raid March bo
longed to him. and that Mr. Hrinkei
hoff was tiriHble tc be present on ac
count of Illness, a physician's certificate
being produced to ba'k up the claim of
Illness. After considerable debate Judge
Thomas decided to let the case go over
to the January term.
The case against Hubert Saddler for
alleged cattle stealing was also con
tinued upon a showing that one of the
leading witnesses was 111 In u hospital
In Omaha with a broken limb The
forgery charges pgalnst Hurl Hoioe and
W. It. Aldrich were also continued, as
it was desired to try this cattle steal
ing cases first, llolce being Involved in
both. This cleared the docket of the
criminal cases for the present term and
so the Jury was discharged, as there
woer no civil casts for Jury trial.
The Chapman road cases, ' in which
much Interest is manifested, -were not
yet. ready for hearing, as action on a
demur In t.icse cases Is pending. When
Judgo Thomas adjourned court Tuesday
It was stated that he might be up In a
week or two to hear some further
matters In equity If the lawyers so de
sired. Alliance Catholics
Dedicate New Church
ALLIANCE. Neb., Nov. 15. (Special
Telegram.) The dedication of the mag
nificent new Catholic .church took place
this morning with all the solemnity of
the full ritual of the church. Rt. ?.ev.
Richard Scannell, bishop of Omaha, offi
ciated and also preached the dedicatory
Rev. T. P. Haley of Lexington was the
celebrant of the solemn high mass; Rev.
James A'Hcarne of South Omaha, was
deacon, and Rev. B. F. Calvin of Spauld
Ing was subdeacon. Rev. James Sternum
of uniaha acted as maBter of coromnnles.
Rev. James Olrason of Omaha chanted
the litany and the visiting priests an
swered. Lckldes the priests named above the
following were present: Rev. M. A. Do
lan, Chadron; Joseph Rleslng, West
Point; II. A.' Flannagan, Gree!y; J. Dob
non, Sidney; C. Mugan, South Omaha;
V. A. McGovern, Omaha; P. S. Mosor,
Rioken Ilow; J. A. Kcaimann, Sidney;
P. Pepper, ltut-hville, and C. Becker of
Tlie music was the finest ever heard In
Alliance and was rendered by a picked
choir of the best wingers In Alliance. The
principal solol.st being Mrs. U. J. Rous
seau. lilnner was served by the women of
Al. lance in the basement of the church
and a large number of visitors from
neighboring towns were present.
In the evening solemn benediction was
given and a sermon was preached by
Rev. P. A. McGovern of Omaha.
Tchurch bluldlng Is the finest In west
ern Nebraska and tlie Interior finishing
was greatly admired by all. Rev. W. L.
McNamara, local rector, was congratu
lated on all sides for the great work he
has accomplished In so short a time.
SUPREME COURT HOLDS
ISH MUST PAY JUDGMENT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 13.-iSiclr,!.)-That
James C. Ish of Omaha, because of the
fact he had been given a policeman's
hedge, waa not endowed with any power
not given any other citizen Is the sub
stance of co'iiment made on a caso Just
passed upon by the supreme court.
The case was one In which Ish sought
to Interfere with eome boys playing bait
on a vacant lot which his mother owned
and from which she was making inef
fectual attempts to oust the lad. A
man by the name of Elmer Johnson,
who Bought to take the boys' part when
they were being roughly handled, waa
ilven a blow by a club which Ish car-
W. Johnson sued for Sl.POo damages and
ivower court returned u verdict lu his
lavor. The decision Just rendered by the
supreme court affirms that ver
JUDGE LETTON'S SON GOES
TO ILLINOIS FOR BRIDE
KAlfllU'RY, Neb.. Nov 15. (Spccial.)
Falibury friends of Harry P. Lettou have
received Invitations to his wedding whlcn
will occur in Springfield. 111., Saturday,
November is. He will be married to Miss
Kthel Marie Kirby. daughter of Robert
H. Kirby. at their homo on West Grand
avenue. Mr. Lettun 1.. the son pf Judge
and Mis. C. F. I.clton of Lincoln and
Was born and raised In Fairbury. He
attended the Fairbury High school, but
.1 Id not complete the course. He lated at
tended the university at I:icoln. For
nouie time past he has been employed
with a concern at Trenton, N. J. The
young couple will live In Trenton and
will be at home after December 15.
Judge and Mrs. C. R. Letton of Lincoln
A'lll attend the wedding.
WOMAN 0 N LYREPU B LIC AN
ELECTED IN CHASE COUNTY
IMPERIAL, Neb.. Nov. U (Special.)
7haae county went democratic with large
majorities this year. Miss I.oocla
Fletcher, present county superintendent
if schools. Is the only republican candl
late elected, the only candidate re-elected
for the third time and the only woman
loldii.g office In the county.
The key to success it usinees la the
judicious and persistent use of newspapsr
State Auditor Barton
Files for Congress
in Fifth District
(From a Ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. i:.. tSpecl.il
Telegram.) Fllas T. Ilaiton, auditor ot
the state, filed today as a candidate for
ithe republican nomination for congress
I in 11. e fifth district. Ills name will go or
the ballots at the Apill primaries, ltarton
lives at Gland Isdnnd, as does W. A.
Prince, a representative in the l ist legis
lature, who announced some time ho
that he would contest wl:h his fillow
townsman for the republican nomination
In that district. "1 expect to secure tin
nomination." said Mr. llarton, today,
"and expect further to be elected."
Receiver is Asked
For Grand Island
ClW CENTER. Neb., Nov. 15. --special.)
In the action recently instituted In
this county by the minority stockholders
of the St. Joseph Grand l.-land railroad
the service of notice haa been filed In the
court that next Monday they will apply
to the district court, then In session, fur
the appointment of a temporary receiver.
Paul i:. 1'.. rloiigh, an attorney of Harv
ard, Neb.. Is mimed as the proposed
CAMPAIGN EXPENSE BILLS
FILED IN MADISON COUNTY
MAOlSON', Nov. 1,1. (Special.) The fol
lowing persons have filed campaign ex
N.' A. Housil. county superintendent,
William M. 1 'arllngtoii. enmity treas
urer, republican; to republican committee,
Jlr: to advertising matter, $;n.l'.'. Total.
W. H. Field, clerk of district coui't.
republican, republican committee. $W;
ndvertlslng matter. : .. Total, $:3 50.
S. It. McFar'and. county clerk, repub
lican, lepiihliean committee. t'2: adver
tising matUr. Total.
H. C. i Ma trail, candidate f:ir county
clerk, deniociat traveling expenses and
advertising matter. I1(n.Ki.
Charles Heleisdoi f. candidate for
county treasurer, democrat, traveling ex
penses and advertising matter. $R7.4l
1". H. Taylor, register of deeds-elect.,
democrat, traveling expenses and adver
tising matter, $41 Si.
Honor for lliimtiolilt Veteran.
lll.'MHOLDT, Neb., Nov. 15. (Special.)
J. Rock Williamson has been recom
mended to tlie coinmander-ln-chlef of the
Grand Army of the Republic for appoint
ment as aide-de-camp on his staff. The
appointment Is an honorary position. If
Mr. Williamson accepts he will bo ex
pected to go with the staff to the Grand
Army of .the Republic meeting at Loa
Angeles, Cal., next year.
( illnmlini to Play Ileal rice.
BEATRICK, Neb., Nov. IS. (Special.)
The Columbus and Beatrice foot ball
teams will meet be.-e Saturday afternoon
at the driving park. While the locals do
t.ot expect a hard battle they have been
practicing regularly every dgy. Follow
ing Columbus the Topclta eleven will play
here on Thanksgiving day.
HaslliiKs Coniinn lneeteil.
1IAST1NGS. Neh., Nov. IS (Special.)
Company I was Inspected bv Major Omo,
assistant adjutant general, last night and
was found to be one of the best e pilppod
and drl'led compnnles In the Second regi
ment. A complete set of stel lockers
has recently been Installed in the armory.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 15. (Special
Telegram.) William Tatrick Albertfn of
Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Ch!ona
Ackermnn of Armour, Neb., were mar
ilcd hero today by Judge Alden In
county court. The couple will make
their home at Kansas City.
A Viper lu the Mtouineh.
Is dyspepsia complicated with liver and
kidney troubles. Electric Bitters help all
such cases or. no pay. 50c. For aale by
Ueuton Drug Co.
Persistent Advertising Ir the Road to
drinking coffee or tea results in a
feeling of nervousness and irrita
bility, you may depend upon it
that caffeine the drug in the coffee and tea
is getting in its "back licks" the reaction
from the drug.
Common sense would suggest stopping the
cause coffee and t(Ja short off.
The change is easy if you have well-made
the food-drink made of wheat, including the
Phosphate of Potash (grown in the grain) for
rebuilding brain arid nerves.
Postum is known to be free from any drug
whatever, and is rich in the vital elements which
make for sturdy vigor.
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company, Limited, Battle Creek, Michigan.
BEATTIE WILL BE EXECUTED
GoYernor Mann Announces He Will
Not Grtnt Reprieve.
NO GOOD REASON FOR DELAY
i:&ecutlt .; Prisoner Una (Uvea
llrneflt of K.verr Reasonable
Donht and that I. an Most
Tnke lis ( onrse.
PICHMONO. Va . Nov. 13. -Governor
Mann today drelln.,1 to Interfcie In (he
ease of llenty c!ny Heattle. Jr., and the
young wife-murderer's last hop, of es
caping the electric ehalr on Friday, No
vember TI, Was sw-ept awa.
Attorneys for the condemned held their
last conferenc with the governor nnd
Just before noon the latter announced Ids
decision not to Interfere In any wav With
the decree of the Chesterfield county
court, which wns sustained by the su
preme court of appeals of the state.
A petition had been presented (o the
govrrnor praying for a respite of at
least thirty days for spiritual prepara
tion. In a signal Matemci.t, Governor Minn
said In part:
"1 followed this case during the trial
Mid as Its horrible filets weie developed,
r glutted that a ctini.' so cruel and
malicious should have occurred within
the confines of this state.
"In the decision of every question
which was presented to tlu able .tml Im
partial Jildge who presided at the trial,
he was careful ti give the benefit of
every reasonable doubt to the prisoner.
That be did not err Is shown In the re
fusal of the tuprenio court of appeals
to grant a writ of error.
. "That Ucatlle Is guilty of the wilful,
deliberate and cruel fnurder of his jounx
w'.fc. I have not the slightest doubt, nor
Is It Insisted that there shall bo any
greater relief offered than the commu
tation of his sentence to Imprisonment
"I do not think the affidavits of Paul
Heattle, printed In the paper or any
other evidence or consideration brought
to my attention Btirflcbnt for that pur
pose. "To grant a respite lu so plain a
case would be to set u precedent, would
be to . temporise with the law and to
encourage appeals to the supreme court
with the Sole purKse of. gaining lime. I
believe the best Way to prevent such
crimes as this Is to punish them
adequately, certainly nnd speedily. There
fore the Judgment of the circuit court of
Chesterfield will bo carried Into effect
without Interference from me."
of South Dakota
I'lUKRE. Is. I)., Nov. jr..-tflpeclal.i-In
the supreme court today opinions Were
hnnded dowm In tho following cases:
By Smith Sarah R. Calhoun against C.
E, Bryant, administrator, Beadle county
By Carson Outcatt Advertising com
pany against Sherman Lry Goods com
pany. Brown county; affirmed.
Gustave H. Klmm against C. W.
Walters, , Beadle county; affli'meo.
John Hendrlckson against J. A. Hover
son. Day county; affirmed.
By Haney-Wllliani I). Drlsklll et al
against EJJraheth .'tehbe et al, Lawrence
county; modified and affirmed. i
Farmer and Merchants State bank of
Veiilon .against United States Fidelity
and Guaranty company. Brown county,
Francis J. Joy against Midland State
bank of Omaha, Bennington county; re
versed. Frank E. Grungar against Arthur Lo
reiizen, Brown county; affirmed.
Lilly M. Zimmerman, administratrix,
against South Dakota Central Railway
company, Luke county, affirmed.
C. McQInty and V. Senneff against F. A.
Reynolds and II. Boytc, Brule county;
State ot South Dakota against Mallnda
Stunkard and Natl us l'ltxenbarger, Moody
county; appeal denied.
By Whiting Albert E. Bates against
Gilbert D. Loffler et al, Bennington
county; modified and affirmed.
P. A. Hellman against Barbara Ilellman
and Farmers State bank, Miner county;
Belle Fourche Valley Railway company
against Belle Fourche Land and Cattle
company, Butfo county; reversed.
Robert J. Gamble against Gilbert D.
I i;;!, T"nh,OB " 1,1 n,,",,f M "i
Hy McCoy-State of South l'skotn I
asalnst A. K. Lcavitt, M.irhnll Counlv;!
James IWnry Shaw rt nl against lielta
11. Shaw. Clny county; affirmed.
An application J u ade In (he court
today for a writ of hnbcit corpus for
Van F. Moore serving a life fetileme on
a pica of guilty to n rhargo of murder.
Die allegation being thai the t-tntn bad
no Jurisdiction as the offense was com
mitted on one Indian by suo'lier Indian
on an Indian reset vatlon. Moore setit !
from Stanley county on his plea of guilty I
to the murder of Susan Tin Cup. mi In-
Sundblad to Remain
County Court Clerk
rractlenlly no changes lu the personnel
of the office force of the county Judge's
office will be made When Count v Judg
cct Hryce Crawfoio takes office the
first of next year. Clyde Sundblad will
lontlnue as chief clcik under the new
County Judge Leslie, who taken bin
place ainoiu tho district Judges the first
of the year, his not decided whom he will
favor for bailiff of his icuit. lUsposlllon
of this matter probably will be made at
the annual meeting of the Judges, Janu
Constable G. W. Church. Joseph W.
Marrow, bailiff for Judge Redlck. and
several others are candidates for the posi
tion of bailiff. Mai row s chances a.v
considered excellent. After Judge ILd
Ick's defiat In the primary, Marrow
grlnnid and bore It and w ent to woi k to
boost the ticket al tho general election,
Just us If his own Judge had been among
the winners. He was busy all through
the campaign and until lb polls closed.
County Board Will
Hear Doty Monday
County Assessor Phrlver and Hie Board
of County Commissioners will give a
hearing next Monday to E. W. Doty of
Cleveland, C, who will explain the
Homers plan of realty assessment and
taxation, which he asks Douglas county
to adopt. It Is a mathematical system,
easy of application, he says, which ab
solutely guarantees the JuhI taxation of
each property owner as compared with
other properly owners.
Mr. Holy's company, the Manufac
turers' Appraisal company, of Cleveland,
desires to . Inaugurate the system here,
on a per lot basis, which would cost
probably $ri,0(!0 for expert service.
Mr. Doty addressed the Real Estate
exchange yesterday on the subject.
The county commissioners heard his ex
planation of the system In an address
before tho executive committee of the
Commercial club Tuesday.
Ordinance to Fill
Ten Pages of Bee
Tho ordinance providing for the plan
of assessment for damages and bene
fits arising from the location of tho
north central boulevard, which Is de
signed to -connect up the park system ot
the city, will be the most lengthy docu
ment of !u kind that haa evr teer. imb-
llshed In connection with local municipal
The. ordinance will (contain about (1.000
property descriptions ind will occupy
something over ten pages of space In
The Bee. Benefit assessments to pay
damages will affect property for one
half to three-quarters . of a mile on
either side of the line of the boulevard.
BAD WEATHER INSURES
If a severe storm should come late
this week, so farmers cannot haul corn
next wcok, a big attendance Is expected
at the meeting hero next week of the
National Association of Managers of
Farmers' Co-Opera tlv Elevators. If
the weather should be fair, tha elevator
men probably will have to stay at home
to care for the corn that the farmers
are rushing to market.
When the dates of the convention
were set they were thought to bo early
enough to escape the corn movement.
But corn cured ten days earlier this
year than for many yeara.
QVIT l-OFKKK AXI TKA.
tha Oreat Oerman Specialist Say.
It disappoints some ptopln to be told
that coffee and tea cause disease. But
It Is best to look squarely at facts and
set the face towards health for that'
more fun than anything else anyhow. A
Cincinnati man consulted a Berlin
physician on nervous diseases and says:
"Four years ago I was an habitual
coffee drinker havlni, used it for '&
years and being natuially of a nervous
temperament 1 became almost a nervous
wreck, groatly suffering from Insomnia,
almost constantly constipated and weigh
ing only 128 pounds.
"I consulted physicians and took medi
cine all the time, but had no relief.
About three and a half years ago I went
abroad and while In Berlin heard fre
quently of a great physician, I'rof. Me'.
del, an authority on nervous trouble, so
1 resolved to consult him.
"I'rof. Mendel surprised me very much
by asking at once If I was a coffee
drinker and on my telling him I used It
two or three times a day, hn said. 'It is
poison.' After carefully examining me he
told me there was nothing the matter
with ine whatever, but what could be en
tirely cured In :i0 days by letting coffee
and other stimulants alone and dieting.
"I had a hard time following Ids advice.
I did not know what to do until 1 came
home and told my wife w ho got some
I'ostum. Wo tried It iil at first did not
like ll; then we went over tli directions
on the packagn together and fi;und we
had not boiled II long riiough.
"That was the beginning of the end of
my trouble, for the 1'istum was delicious
after that ami ( drunk u regularly and It
helped from the start.
"In a very short time i began to fcH
much better und In thu lal three years I
haven't been absent from business one
hour on account of III health, fur my
t.i alth Ik fine now. I have u good appe
tite, sleep well and Weigh 17'. pounds."
Any nervous person who drinks coffee,
or tea will feel better from a HI days'
change to I'ostum. Trial easily proves
I.ook In pkgs. for a ropy of the famous
little book, "The lload to U ellv'.lle."
VIhK our Fur Doi'nrt incut
GET A HAT FREE
HKI lllls V hnvo placet! In our I'n r Dopt. . llcniitlfnl
Trimmed lints worth from .1 to IO dollars. Wc arc going to give
you your. CHOICK of any one of these lints VliKV. with any set
of Furs yon buy Thursday.
Wc Sell Furs for Less Money
tlmn any lioiisi in Omaha. Wll.l, rOXVIM lO Yr of this If
5 ou will conipura our prices with others.
Handsome bluo nnd (tiny w olf sots; Mark, n-d and rim.v fox pU;
brown braver gets, Mack lynx sots; exquisite natural lulnk nets;
rnocoon nnd Jap mink Beta all kinds of pony eoats
Wc can sell you A "(JX)I I.MKIXi" SF.T or l l'KS FOU
$!.(. We bave thorn as high ns $250.00 ltu Furs Thursday.
8 Douglas St.
0ST"High Grade Furs
Comer 'JOlh and Fa mam.
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