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HAS THREE WAYS TO QUIT JOB
Goyenior Possesses Triple Chance to
Abandon Oil Inspector's Office.
OBJECTS TO PRINTED ISTERVHW
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Law la Letter.
Aurora Prepares for Revival
(From a 8taff Corresnondcnt.)
- LINCOLN. Jan. K.-4Special.)-In look
ing up soma matter at the request of the
state oil Inspector, the attorney general's
office haa discovered some peculiar pro
visions. On clause of the law provides
that the governor, r virtue of his office, j
is constituted chief Inspector and l!
authorised to appoint a deputy. Tiie
law then goes on to define the duCles!
of the oil Inspector and In conclusion says
that In case the said oil inspector shall
prove Incompetent In the performance of
his duties It shall be the duty of the gov
ernor to remove him. t
The governor, being by law the chief In
spector. Is empowered to remove himself.
The Backett law. urSich In 1U provisions
applies to all officers, also provides that
the power to brin j actions for removal
lies with the governor. It therefor ap
pears that should the governor take a
notion to get out of office ha has tl
least tore ways of exit-he can remove
himself aa oil Inspector, be can get him
self removed under the Backett law or he
can resign. There may b other routs
b-it these three have been brought to
Objects ta Iaterrlew.
Governor Aldriou takea exception to an
interview with the head of the Omaha
publicity bureau. In which the question
of seed Inspection la discussed. The gov
ernor thinks the Interview la unfair In
that It quotas him In part, but falls to
quota the portion of his letter In which
' n says that the legislature provided by
law for seed Inspection and testing by the
food commissioner, but failed to make any
appropriation to carry on the work. When
the law was passed the federal bureau,
which had been maintained at the state
farm, waa discontinued, as being a dupU-
, cation of work. This, coupled with the
failure to make aa appropriation, has left
I the work with no on to perform It.
Contract Will met era.
The contractor who la to lay the con
crete base for the Lincoln monument oa
the capitol grounds made a slight start
. on th work before the recent cold anap
sot In. He wslted for a couple of wasks,
hoping weather conditions would become
mora favorable and then went home. He
write, however, that he will return as
soon aa then la an assuranc of mild
weather, its th remainder of the work Is
not crowding the delay Is doing no barm.
In spit of the fact th wolf bounty
law has been repealed and all claims
under th old statute hive been out
lawed, th auditor's office continue to
receive Inquiries concerning payments.
On mail, who thought be had an old
claim on file wrote Ih today only to re
ceive the answer "Nothing doing."
State Superintendent Daltell Is Ju Fair
bury today; where he delivered an address
before th teachers' association.
Th Hansen State bank of Hansen,
Adams county, te a new Institution" Which
has received authority to eommenc busi
ness. It has tv capital stock of S10.4M
fully paid in, together with KM as Its
shar of th bank guaranty fund. Th
Incorporators are H. A.' and .Charles" M.
Redman and it J. Berg. ' ' , '
Stat Engineer Price has goo to Boon
county to Inspect th proponed Stat aid
brMjr proposition over th Cedar river
northwest of Cedar Rapids.
The hearing oa the valuation of th
Northwestern road has been concluded
except finishing up aom odds and ends.
The engineer of th board and thoa
of the company are just now engaged In
(Setting to a common basis on some of
their tabulation. On set of engineer
has pot some Items In on table and th
other net In another, and they are con
sulting a to methods of getting a com
parison of these Items. When they have
arrived at an adjustment of these dif
ferences they will report to th board,
and th hearing to all intent and pur
poses will b concluded and the commis
sion will be ready for the Union Pacific
bearing, which Is set for February S.
Rifle Practice Inansetar ttennrt.
Major L. H.. Gage. Inspector of rifle
practice of th National Guard, has mad
his report for UU. 11 finds th average
efficiency of th entire guard to be .
per cent, against 1S.H per cent In the
previous year, a most marked Improve
ment. The average for the first regiment
is 26.33 per cent, against 13.39 per cent In
1110. The .Second regiment shorn J4.S
per cent, against a 191v record of U.M
per cent The best three companies of
tha guard are B of the Second regiment.
Beaver City. W.OS per cent; K of the
Heoond. Schuyler. 58.70 per cent; H of
th First. McCook, 5K.X per cent.
afeallua; llogr Grand Lareeny.
According to a brief filed In th su
preme court by V, U. (Jldbam of Kear
ney, either the times or the law, or both.
ar out of Joint, for a client of his has
been convicted under a law ihlch he
does not think is constitutional. The j
aforesaid client vas found guilty of
grand larceny for stealing a hog, the
value of which was lees than the amount
fixed by law In other casea as th limit
for grand larceny. Bom hog owner In
the legislature, however, slipped on over
on Oldham's client and got a bill through
tbe legislature making hog stealing grand
larctny. He asserts in bis brief this Is a
palpable attempt to set aside the good
old doctrine of equality before tha law
and exalt the hog from Its primal con
dition of original sin . to a place above
its fellow by matins a vicarious atone
ment of his client, to ail of which Oldham
Bethanr Ask Lsen Rate.
Tbe residents of Bethany have Kled a
petition with the Stat Railway commis
sion asking that the far to that Lincoln
suburb be reduced. Bethany I served by
th Omaha, Lincoln Beatrice lnter
urbaa, which started several years ago
on a pretentious scale, but has carer
reached any further than Bethany. At
present th faro at N cents each way if
you do not get a ticket at the company's
office at Lincoln, and then It Is IS cents
for th round trip. All tbe otter Lincoln
suburb ere nerved by th Lincoln Trac
tion company, the petition rets out. and
.with the single exception of Havelock.
they have a S-cent fare, the Havrlock
rate being- four tickets for 25 cent. Beth
any people say they know the company
1 not making money, nut allege that is
duo to poor management and failure to
chant the same rates at competing
nouns as are mad by the Lincoln Trac
tion eoniEaar, which consequently gets ail
competitive business. The petition sets
out that th t cents cash or six fir 5
Aurora, Neb., witnessed the greatest
building project Thursday. January IS,
that It has ever seen. A tabernacle, Ita
IN feet, large eaougk to accommodate
1 people, waa built la one day. Fifty
workmen accomplished th feat.
Th erect too of such a building was oc-1
casioned by the Christian church calling
the Sling? Evangelistic company to the
city for a revival next month. William
Joha Hinges, aa ex-merchant, has gath
ered around him a company of eight
specialists. To accommodate such a com
pany, the Aurora people had to build
the Urge tabernacle.
The plans were well laved and a "big
building be-" was announced. With a
blinding bliszard on the night before,
things looked rather dlrmal. But the day
was fair and clear. The heavy fall of
snow was cleared away and by IS o'clock
the work began In earnest. Many of (he
city's best carpenters and most prominent
citizens pounded nails with a mighty seal
Two teams could not haul lumber from
th yards, three blocks distant, fast
enough to rtipply the workmen. Throngs
of people came to view the work. By S
o'clock the building was up and the
workmen adjourned to the church for a
A a fitting close for the days' work,
the pastor, Alden Lee Hill, gave a short
address on "Christ, the Carpenter yon."
Mrs. Richter Freed .
By Order of Court
FREMOfT. Xeh.. Jan. K.-In th nolle
proceedings in behalf of Mrs. Carolyn
Richter. charged Jointly with her vaude
ville companion, Louis Rogers, with mur
dering an Infant In the Cokn boxcar baby
mystery. Judge Holleabrck today Issued
aa order freeing the woman,
Mr. Richter at once accepted an offer
to become maid temporarily at th Jail,
assisting th wife of Sheriff Ccndlt In
preparing meals for th prisoners. Rh
says that later b will leturn to "T
Trrk stat and go oa th stage again.
Mrs. RJchjer's three children ar,stlU
n Fremont, two being In school and th
third, a young woman, la clerking In a
More. All are forr..er members of th
mOiter-Dearkn troupe. Roger Is In th
tru.u-ntiary to serve a twelve-year term,
Mrs. Hichter's confession convicted htm.
Hastings Soon to Get
HASTINGS. Neb.. Jan. JT -(Special
Telegram.) The organisation of the Cm
sens' hotel company, with A. L. Clarke
aa president. Insures the erection of a
modern four to six-story hotel here next
spring. Practically all of the stork has
been sold. The company Intends to build
the finest hotel la th state outside of
Lincoln and Omaha.
RF.V. ALUEN LEE HILL.
Since taking charge of th church about
a year ago, Mr. Hill has led his congrega
tion through several victories.
cents tare on tickets la la fore within
two blocks of'the west Una of th village.
Th lower fare I oa to wlthia tight
block of th end of th line.
fttmnaw Death, ( Girl.
Doctors are pusxled to local th cause
of the death of Miss Agnes Muffly. a
lS-yeaiMtld University Place girl, who
started to school apparently In th beet
of health, but lost her speech on arriving
thers and shortly after became uncon
scious and died without reviving. Bo far
a known ah suffered no Injury, but th
doctor are Inclined to th belief death
waa due to a blood olot oa th brain, th
causa of which la a myatery.
Batter Minora l' heal hie.
Food Commlsatouer Hansen calls atten
tion to the fact ther Is no relief ta Ne
braska for th nigh price of butter by
substituting a product mad ajitb butter
as a basis, but containing only SS per
cent of th genuine article. Th product,
of course, can be made and used by th
nuker, but can not be sold legally.
Judg M uncer m federal court has cited
Richard L. Sum men-ill for contempt, be
caus th latter did not pay th fee and
costs In hi bankruptcy proceedings. Th
refere mad his final report before col
lecting all th fee and Summervlll
refused or neglected to pay. Th con
tempt proceedings resulted. Bummervllle's
excuse waa that he did act receive th
letter from th referee notifying him
to psy up. He express a willingness
to pay up.
An automobile driven by Dr. C. A.
Reynold and a buggy driven ay Fred
Dettxe collided today, resulting ta Mr.
Delta receiving a sprained ankle and con-
tidersble Injury to both vehicles.
"Platform" Kelley v
: to File for Office
BEAVER CITY, Neb.,-Jan. JJ.-Speeial
Telegram.W. W. Kelley of this city to
day paid hi Ming fee to the county
treasurer for filing a a candidate cor
secretary of stat as a democrat. Be Is
known aa- "Platform" Kelley. a nam
given him whil a member of the legisla
ture of 190 tie served tha last leglsla
ture as serf eant-at -arms.
SAUNDERS COUNTY NOTES
Seact ef CasBsslaaloaem Approves
Appointment nf Depety
ASHLAND, Neb.. Jan. S7.-(8peclal.)
Henry Pickett, clerk of th district court
la hi annual report to th bureau .of vital
statistics, states that fourteen divorce
wire granted la Saundara county the last
year, three were dismissed and flv suits
of the year are still pending.
Appointments of. deputies were con
firmed by the board of county commis
sioner at Wahoo. John D. Frahm,
county clerk, named Mis Edith Toung-
stedt of Wahoo; Frank J. Polak of
Prague, county treasurer, appointed
Malcolm Anderson of Cereaco as deputy;
Henry Pickett, clerk of th district court,
appointed Miss Lottie O. Kkts deputy;
County Judge Peter P. White, sppolnted
George M. Nelson as clerk.
Marriage license were granted - by
County Judg Whit th last week as
follows: John C Rerucha, aged St, and
Miss Elisabeth A.' KastI, aged SO, both of
Bruno, Neb.; Frank J. Arnold, aged St.
of Lamar, Neb., and Miss Ella Alvena
Harding, aged IS, of Fremont; Anton
Strlsek, aged 34. and Miss Mary Kucera,
aged 21, both of Valparaiso; John Peaek,
aged 22, of Brhuyler, and Mis Mary
Hruxa, aged 1. of Prague.
In th craw of a chicken purchased by
John Groa of Wahoo at a store then
was found a nugget of pure gold as big
as a pea. Mr. tiros had the nugget made
Into a stick pin. Which farm the fowl
cam from has not been discovered, but
much speculation on th possibility of gold
existing in Saunders county is being In
dulged In. , -
Officials at Outs
HASTINGS. Neb., Jan. IT. (Special
Telegram.) Strained relatione between
the local management of Hasting col
lege and the college commission of the
Presbyterian synod threaten to result In
the resignation of President Turner and
local members of tbe board of trustees.
Inference In th managemeut of the In
stitution I given as th csuse of the
trouble. It la expected that th com
mittee will meet soon to consider th
PLATTS MOUTH COMMERCIAL
CLUB HAS A BANQUET
vr a ttju iT "rif vh.. Jan. 27. (Spec
ial.) The plaxtsmouth, commercial club
gav the third of Its annual banquets
i Miht rovra were laid for 1(5. and
many were turned away. The affair waa
a great success, th women of tn aietno
dlst church served a four course dinner,
th hall ws beautifully decorated and an
orchestra discoursed most excellent mu
sic during th dinner hour.
k ware made by Rev. I W.
Dade, who rpoke to th toast, "Th Bus
iness Man Calling." i t. uenuns m
Glen wood, la,, "Why Bom Knocker
Knock." Judge Jesse U Root, "A Study
In Civics," E. R. Ourney of Fremont.
"Profit and Loss," and Slatthew Uerlng,
-rt.. Taw and i-vwvers." Sheriff llyres
of Lincoln a former PUttsrowith buy
was present and being called upon maua
aa Impromptu addres which waa well
received. Superintendent uairu oi me
Burlington shop and T. U. Pollock, pres
ident of th Commercial club, also made
speeches. E. H. Wescott. former secre
tary of th dub, acted aa toast-master.
FARMERS AT CHESTER ARE
URGED TO TEST SEED CORN
r-iiKarv-R. Nh.. Jan. 17. -(Special.)
Flv hundred people attended the first
day's session of th farmers' institute
at Chester and listened to the state speak
er on agricultural subjects. Tneae speak
ers emphsslsed th Importance of alfalfa,
silage, dairying, poultry and good road,
in maintaining the Price of land as It
ta today. The corn at this point was
found to be dead to a great percent ana
farmer were urged to be oareful In se
lecting soed corn for next season s planting.
to Locate in Omaha
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
L1XCOL.N. Jan. IT. S;cl Teleram.)
Elmer B. Stephenson, who lias been
prominent In LUncoln buatnem and polltl
cal affair for thirty yvara, la to leava
the ctty to po to Omaha, where h haa
becoina tha prefunt of I lie Vint Trust
rompapy. He will move some tlma during
th present year. In politics he waa In
timately associated with IX . Thomp
con. . .
Defeat for Kearney
KEARNE. Neb.. Jan. K.-tSpeclal Tele
gram.) Hastings college basket ball team
ran over the team of the Mat normal
school In their game last night, winning
by ths score of to K. Inability of the
normal forwards to shoot baskets was
th cause of th defeat, their team work
being equal to that of tha visitors. This
makes th fourth successive defeat th
normal ha sustained at th hands of
opposing tram from th lntercollegiat
HEIRS OF M.W.C0AD LOSE
SUIT AGAINST DORSET HEIRS
FREMONT, Neb., Jan. T.-The heir of
th late SI. M. Coed, th wealthy Wyo
ming rancher, lost their suit for S30.000
sgalnst th heir of th lat O. W. B.
Horsey, former congressman from th
Third Nebraska district, Judg Hollen
beck holding that th note given by
Dorsey's brother to Coad were void by
the processes of time. Ex -Congress man
Dorsey signed the notes with hi brother
about th time of th Ponca bank failure.
Geneva Poaltry ghsvr,
GENEVA. Neb., Jan. l7.-Speclal.)-A
successful poultry show closed this after
noon. About eighty entries were made.
FARMERS FLOCK TO THE
INSTITUTE AT BRUNING
BRUXINO. Xeh.. Jan. ST. (SpeeialV
The fifth annual Farmers' Institute st
Brunlng opened with a good attendance
and exhibits of corn, wheat, oats, poul
try ard household product a
Earnest Woodard and" Fred Belsner,
craduatea of the agricultural school.
Judged the grains and com. William
Scott of Abilene, Kaa, judged th poul
try. Addresses were given by F. W. Chase
on. "Farm Buildings" and "Good Reads,
by Thomas Lohners on Conditions of
Farm Ufe" and by E. R. Harnly on,
"Cream and Dalrylns," Egys and Poul
try." The Illustrated lecture on good roads
was especially well received, and many
farmer went home determined to use the
road diag In keeping up th conditions
of roads the coming season. Thoma
Lohners Is a former member of th leg
islature, and was the first man to Intro
duce a bill encouraging the us of th
road drag in Nebraska. On thousand par
sons attended th meeting.
WANT "EXAMS" PUT OVER
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. S7.-(8pclal Telegram.)
-t'nlverslty student ar having a lot of
trouble with their social affairs. Sigma
Nu fraternity had planned to keep open
houae tomorrow for th co-eds, but the
faculty put a ltd on th vnt on the
ground that It savored too much of a so
ciety function to be bald Sunday. Th
freshman dance has been set for Feb
ruary S and th next morning la the
date of th hardest examination Mr th
law freshmen. Th move to have the
dance date changed failed and now stu
dent are trying to hav th examina
tions postponed until afternoon. The fac
ulty ha consented, provided th claw I
unanimous on th subject. Ther is some
doubt, however, whether a clear ballot
can be obtained.
Cnasnaar O Inspected.
RKATRICK. Neb, Jan. r. (npeolal.)
Adjutant Oeneral Phelps and Major Pena
last evening Inspected Company C under
heavy marching ordera Th company
numbers sixty members, and I oa of th
beat military organisation tat th Mat.
Several member who were not present
at the Inspection will be discharged with
Th number of fur plecea cleaned this
week at Dresher Bros.' Dry Cleaning
establishment at i:il-::i3 Farnam
street Is Urg almost beyond belief.
Numerous Omahans hav been reading
that "Dreshers' spectallx on this line
of work and decided to give this con
cern a trial during th first spell of mild
The opportunity cam about during th
past fw day and many now wear
"Dreeher Cleaned" furs that look aa fin
a whan originally purchased,
Dreshers will guarantee aatlsfactlon
In your case, too; If you'v a fur or a
set of furs that has beoon e stiff, musty,
soiled and lifeless, bring them hers to
undergo a complete transformation.
When th furs ar returned to you
th original "soft and silky" feel will
be there; experts will hav put new life
Into old furs: It's an art nf Its own,
but Dreshers Fu Cleaners hav mas
tered th art
Leave work at plant, at branch tn
Pempelan Room of Brand! Htore or
at Dreeher Th Tailor'. 1815 larnam
Street Phono Tyler ISO ar Ind. A-ilSS.
Expraaa paid an way' on out-of-towa
order of U ar ever.
Breaks ap Grip and
Tha Symptoms ehlllln and
celdnasa down tha spina, anxiety,
fnverlahne, haadaeha, pains tn tha
limbs and back, eough, nausea, pain
and suffusion of th evea, sneastng
and extratna snnaoular prostration,
"Svnty-vrr meets tha UI
genejr af th pldemla, aula It short
"Savanty-eeron" preoccupies th
system and prevents Its Invasion
A small Tlal of pleasant pellets,
fits tbe vast pocket. At Drug 8tors
Ho, or mailed.
Humph rere" Hemee. MedMne Co , Car.
William and Ann surest. New fork.
THE OMAHA BEE
( read by people who want"
oold f tvota in sew that Is aewa.
To the man
on the job
Are you keeping
pace in the march of
progress, or do you
feel yourself slipping?
Competition today is
keener than ever; the
plodder gets left m
rut that in a few years
will bury him, while
the man who knows j
how, forges ahead and
The La Salle Ex
tension University's i
two-year course in ,
tion brings out the
best that is in a man,
and fits him for in
creased earnings and
the place, higher up.
There is a special
proposition for read
ers of The Bee who
are earnest and want
to better themselves.
Call at 101 Bee Build
in, or write, and full
information will be
sent. Inquiries treat
TUB OMAHA BKE,
Send me, without chart, In
formation as to special offer
for Course In Business Admin
istration of the La Salle Kx
Nam , . . ,
lastltnta at Carlteea.
CARLETON. Neb., Jan. I7.-8peciel.
Carleton held a two-day farmers Insti
tute. Th first day about TOO people
were in attendance and listened to ad
dresses and discussions by T. W. Chase
of pawnee City on "Alfalfa." "Farm
Buildings" and "Good Roads,", and by
EV. R. Haraiy on "Dairying" and "Foul,
C J. Klmbrough of Oeneva, a gradual
of the agricultural school, judged the
com and farm produce.
Fssss Dead at Bedside. .
GOTHENBl'RG, Neb.. Jan. Spe
cial.) Patrick. Loan, a recluse, aged 1
years, wss found dead Wednesday by
Martin Haynes, who was haying near
the bouse. Th body waa found in
kneeling position and a hand pressed
against the face. Coroner Oiesen of Lex
ington was notified and, with Sheriff
Beaton, arrived soon. Investigation
showed death due to apoplexy.
Sbeltwn Hebonla te Reopen.
PHKLTOX. Neb, Jan. 17,-t Special.)
Today tbe county health officer. F. A.
Packard, released from quarantine the
hut case of smallpox In and around
Shelton. An Investigation of the German
settlement north of town failed to dis
close say cases of the disease. The pub
lic schools will reo-- "--day for th
first time since tbe holiday, ,
OTOE COUNTY NEWS NOTES
Ivan Irons, Fourteen Years Old,
rasssslt ' Salrlde by
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Jan. K.-(8pe-
cUI.) Ivan Irons, a M-year-old lad living 1
with his parent at Douglas, went out In
th barn Friday morning and after writ
ing a not telling hi parent ha was
tired of living, placed the musxle of a
shotgun In his mouth and blew off part
of hi bead. HI father found his body
a short time afterward. No cause Is
known for the act save stated In the
note. Coroner Karston Investigated tbe
case and refused to bold an Inquest.
therltr Fischer went to Lincoln yes
terday with Frank Oorty. the man who
was sentenced to from two to fifteen
year for shooting his wife, and George
Ipgram, who got a year for wife. and
child desertion. With the departure of
these two prisoners the county Jail Is
left empty, for the first time In over two
Meade Broughton, aged 77, who had
been a resident of this city fur the last
sixteen years, wss billed today at
Brownvllle. where his body was taken
but evening, having died Thursday
morning. He suffered a stroke of pa
ralysis a short time stive and had grad
ually growing worse. He Is survived by
a widow and three children, all grown
and residing In the Black Hills.
Henry Beckuer died at his home tn
this city Thursday. He waa born lo
West Virginia In lftSl. and for years re
sided need Union, and was a member of
the Woodmen of the World lodge at
Nehawka. He Is survived by his widow,
ten children, six brothers and two sis
ter. His funeral took place this morning
and waa conducted by Kev. Randall of the
Methodist Episcopal church.
Eat and Get Thin
This Is turning an old phrase face about,
but modern methods of reducing fst have
made this revision possible.
If yen are overfat and also averse toj
physical exertion during this warm I
weather, and likewise fond of th table
and still want to reduce your excess flesh j
several pounds, do this: Go to your drug
gist (or write tbe Marmola Co.. S3 Farmer I
Bldg., Detroit. Mich.) and give him (or
send them) TS cents. For this modest
amount of money the drusrist win fut
you In the way of satisfying your ambl- ,
Hon for a nice, trim, slim fifrure. witliout ;
fear of harm even on the hottest summer '
day. He will hand you a large case of'
Siarmola Prescription Tablets (com-)
pounded In axcoroar.ee with the famous
Mermola Prescription, one of which yuul
must take after each ml and at bed
time until you begin to lose your fat at
the rate of 12 to IS ounces a day. That I
Is all. Just go on eating what you like I
leeve ex-rdslng to the athletes, but takol
your little tablet faithfully and wlihn,,. .
doubt thst flabby flesh will quickly take!
,,,, no., win., leaving- oenina It your
natural self, nlietv clothed in firm u...
and trim muscles. Adv. 1
Do you know
Ton may nerer again hare an opportunity to pur
chase STIOELET BEOS. CO.'S famous AETS and
CBATTS furniture at reduced prices such as we
are making this month. This furniture is the highest
character fumed oak, all leathers are specially tanned for Stickley Bros., and is an unusual high quality
Spanish Morocco. Furniture for the living room, dining room, library and den at one-third and one-fourth
less than regular prices. A partial list: " ' ' p
ARM ROCKEH or ARM CHAIR
Like Illustration Fumed
oak, substantial In construc
tion, ta .Spanish Morocco
leather seat. Regular price
. 110, Jan. Sal price, $6.75
TABU; Like illustration Fum
ed oak, round top, SO Inches In
. diameter, small cndersoelf.
Well braced. Regular price $10,'
January Sale price ....$6.75
SETTEE-eLIk illustration Fumed oak
with' Spanish Morocco, leather, seat, 4S
Inched long. Regular selling price $18,
January Sale price .'.-.$13.75
$12 Kocker or Arm Chair, -Spanish leather ' seat,
January Sale Price , 158.75
$13 Bocker, very comfortable, Spanish leather seat,
January Sale price $9.75
$9 Rocker, fumed oak, Spanish leather seat, January
Sale price ....$6.00
$19 Rocker or Arm Chair, Spanish leather seat and
hack, January Sale price $13.50
$48 Rocker or Ann Chair, Spanish leather cushion
seat and br.ck, January Sole price $32.00
$36 Rocker or Ann Chair, Spanish leather cushion
seat and back, January Sale price $24.00
$24 Library Table, round top 40 inches in diameter,
January Sale price '. ..' $19.25
$37 fumed oak Bookcase, two door, 4S inches high,
January Sale price $30.00
$5 fumed oak Taborette, January Sale price $4.00
$16 fumed oak Library Table, ouo drawer, January
Sale price $12.50
$26 fumed oak Library Table, two drawer, January
Sale price $20.50
$70 Buffet, fumed oak, copper trimmings, January
Sale price $56.00
$84 Buffet, fumed oak, copper trimmings, January
Sale price $65.00
Final effort to close out the surplus stock in this department. You cannot afford to overlook this op
portunity to obtain high class curtains and material at such low prices. These values are genuine. '
Sno flake strip material, yard
60c Madras, Scrlin Sad Nets, yard
65c plain colored Madras and Scrim, yard
KOe figured Madras, colors, ysrd
9ic Imported Madras, yard
$1.65 Imported Madras, yard
$1.10 figured filet net. yard
$8.75 Cretonne Spreads
$6.50 White Crochet Spreads
$17.50 one soiled Durhee lace spread ....
$13.00 one soiled Arabian lace sprvd ....
$23.00 one soiled Duchess lace spread ...
$S.76 Net, Scrim, plain ecru scrim curtains, pair ...'.. S
$7.50 Imported Scotch Madras curtains j t-
$5.00 Etamln with colored borders and acrim with cluny
lac j 05
Irish Point and Arabian Lac curtains, rallies np to $14 oo
to close -SJ2.95
Marie Antoinette and Cluny laco curtains. Talus np to $14.60
Ecru ' AppUq'uV enruin ..'.' .'.".V.'.V.V.V.". "iff'tR
Balance of Henuuuita, at, each Ra and 9l
Odd pairs and two pair lot lac curtains Half Price.
Double fold sUt. green, red and green, ecru and tan. Imported
red applique aaah nets, and 12-Inch Cotte. Talu np to
$2.50 yard, to close, yard jj qq
Orchard & Wilhelm Carpet Go.
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