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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1912)
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TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
CTJPII CLAMS MISS FROM CITY
BUILDING 0PERA1I0KS SP1!
More Children's Day Services in
Methodist and Other Churches,
Permits Issued Dnrinp; Week Repre
sent $310,000 .
FIXE RESIDENCE ARE GOING UP
ROUSE ADDRESSES ENDEAVORERS
DATED WITH THE PEOPLES STORE.
Last Musical Service of Season i
Trinity Cathedral Rev. W. W.
Smith Talks to the,
Bolldlng Activity 1s Vnconflned,
Both Dwellings and Big Busi
ness Houses Havoc Been
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Monday morning will be
gin the last week of the Fire
Sale, and the people that will
attend will remember it for
years to come. $1.00 will buy
$10.00 worth of merchandise.
Read on and don't miss one
25c Ladies Aprons
Ji'c Ladle3 Aprons, I On
60c and 75c Children's 9Rfl
lie Corsets with tour 9fltP
Slic Gingham Petticoats 5C
Tic Black Imitation Heath- 9Rp
erbloom Petticoats fcwli
$1.0U Hvuse Ureases '39C
(l jO -Percale House AQa
Ureses . WJW
Ji-00 and 2.60 House QQTi
$J.OO and 4.00 Dresses, . Qftf)
slightiy tlumaged by water JQv
IS. 00 White and Colored M QQ
Dresses ..9 I IIW
115.00 and"ll.60 Fine C9Q0
Dresses slightly soiled 9CV0
12000 and Suits, choico Afi'At
of the best In stock , .wOijO
120.00 and JiS.OO Spring
choice or the best
In stock '.
20.09 and $36.00
Dressex, ' Bilk
120.00 and $26.00 Ladies'
Pattern Hats, choice . . .
iic Dressing Sacquee,
11.75 to 12.00 Muslin Gowns, Prin
ces Slips, Combination IF.
Suits and Petticoats I 3U
HM Fine Waists, slightly
t2.Su to $5.00 811k Waists,
wMle they last ........
Latin tiiln Petticoat
ii.ou Wool, Serge and Panama Hklrts,
In white, black and A QQ
all shades 9li90
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$1.75 Ladies' Parasols, white
and all ' colors
PXICES BLABBED 1ST OUB HIH'I
CLOTHUTO ATTD TTJRKISH
15.00 Men's Slip-On O JO
Rain Coats 0.0
$8.00 Men's Suits
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$12.60 Men's Bulls
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7&c Boys' Panta
116.50 Men's Suits
(1.2a Mn'n Dress Pants
$3.00 Men s Dress pants
U.OO Men's- Dress Shoes
25c Men's Belts
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60c Pure Silk Hose
Men's gtraw Hats.
VP to $1 60
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Hat . .
$3.00 and-$S.50 Men's Hand
Sewed Tan Oxfords . . .
$1.60 Union Suits, Wilson
S.W.Cor. 13th& FarnamSt.
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i All drinklsg men realise the fact they
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'ind If they were certain they could be
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.lays' time, and without the use of
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Sec Sale fcf IcneM
Sunday schools . of many Omaha
churches will hold their annual Chil
dren's day services tomorrow. The little
ones and the older pupils will sing songs
and give readings and siiort addresses
will be made by members of the churches
and officers of the schools. Last Sun
day .Children's day services were held 'n
many of the churches. Tomorrow mos
of the Methodist schools and some otherj
will observe the day. Among the serv
ices will be the following:
First Swedish Methodist. North Nine
teenth and Burt streets, 11 o'clock, Joint
service of Sunday school and congrega
tion. Addrtsa by Rev. W. W. Smith of
Chicago on "The Modern Prodigal Son.-'
Oak Street Methodist, Twentieth and
Oak streets, 8 o'clock. Illustrated talk
by the pastor. Rev. T. C. Webster.
Walnut Hill Methodist. Forty-first and
Charles streets, 10:80. Union service of
children and congregation. Sermon by
the pastor, Rev. William Boyers.
Trinity Methodist, Twenty-flrrt and
Elnney streets. Sermon by the pastor,
Rev. Q. W. Abbott, "The Uses of Flow
Norwegian and Danish Methodist,
North Twenty-fifth and Decatur streets.
At 9:13 Rev. V. W. Smith of Chicago
will speak to the children on "The Mod
ern Prodigal Son." At 8 o'clock the an
nual Children'! day service will be held.
First Methodist, Twentieth and Daven
port streets, 10:20.
Castellar Street Presbyterian, 11
o'clock. Union service of congregation
and Sunday school.
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth
end Nicholas street, lu.30 o'clock.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Forty-fifth
and Grant streets, 7:30 o'clock.
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant,
Twenty-seventh and Pratt streets, 7:5
First Congregational. Nineteenth and
Davenport street, 10:30 o'clock.
Rev. F. T. Rouse, pastor of the First
Congregational church, will deliver the
sermon for the district Christian En
deavor convention In the North Presby
terian church, Twenty-fourth and Wirt
streets, tomorrow evening. His subjeot
has not been announced.
Trinity cathedral'! last musical service
of the season will be held tomorrow night
at , 8 o'clock. The full service will be
sung by the boy choir, assisted by- a
double quartet. The quartet will sing
W. A. Baldwin, secretary of the Ne
braska Christian Missionary society, will
occupy the pulpit of the First Christian
church, Twenty-slxtli and Harney streets,
Sunday morning at U and Sunday even
ing at 8. At 10 o'clock In the morning
the annual Children's day services will
be held. There win be songs, recitations
and Instrumental mimic by the children."
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Rev.' Jenkla - Lloyd Janes of Chicago,
who Is booked for two lectures for the
Woman's Missionary federation has ac
cepted an Invitation to preach at the
Unitarian church Sunday morning,
June SJ. ,
Grace. Tenth and Arbor. Rev. B. ?.
Fellman, Pastor 8unday school at 10 a.
m., morning sermon at 11 a. m., young
people's meeting at 7:15 p. m., children's
day program by. the Sunday school. At
8 p. m.
First Corner Harney Street and Park
Avenue Preaching morning and evening
by the Rev. Edwin 8. Stucker, D.' D.
Sunday sohool at noon. Morning services
at 10:30 o'clock. Young people s prayer
meeting at 7 p. m. Evening services at
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Plnkney:
Rev. J. 8. Ebersole, Pastor Bible school
at 12. Young, People's meeting at 7. The
pastor will preach at 01:30 Rnd 8. Kvenlng
sermon, "The Tragedy of Falth-Tho Tip
lifted Knife Stayed." Mid-week meeting,
Wednesday at 8.
First-Rev. Edwin S. Stucker, who Is
coming from- Ottawa, Kan., or .three
Sundays to supply, will preach at 11 a.
m. and ! p. m. Morning subject. "Wit
nesses In the Case of Jensus;" evening
subject, "Making the Most of Life."
Good singing and a bright, happy service.
Calvary Branch. Thirty-fourth and
Seward Sunday at 8:30. Bible school.
Calvary, Twenty-fifth and Hamilton;
Rev. E. R. Curry,. Pastor Services at
10.30 and 8. Morning suMect, "Abraham's
Adventure." Evening. "Entering Into the
Kingdom." ' Bible school st noon. Young
People's meeting at 7. Wednesday at 8,
' Christian Science.
First, St. Mary's Avenue and Twenty
fourth Street Sunday echool at 9:45 and
11. Services at 11 and 8. Subject of lesson
sermon, "God the Preserver of Man.
First W. A. Balrwin will tireach morn
ing and evening. Sunday school at 10 a.
m., and preaching at 11. Young People's
Society Christian Endeavor at 7. Evening
worship at .
North Side, Twenty-second and Lothrop,
H. J. Kirschsteln, MInlster-Blble school
at 8:80 a. m., Christian Endeavor at 0:45
p. m., evening worship at 8 o'Ylnok.
Morning sermon theme, "Christian
Unity." In the evening w, a. Baldwin.
state secretary, win speak.
First, corner Nineteenth and Daven
port-Morning tervlces at 10:80: Children's
8t. Mary'! Avenue, Rev. J. A. Jenkins,
t. D.. Minister-At lO.SO.a. .m. public
worship with, sermon, subject. JTho Boe
ing Eye." .'. . '
Church of the Good Phepherd, Twentl-
eth and Ohio: Rev. T. J. Collar, Rector
Holy communion at 7:30. Sunday school
t : morning prayer with sermon bv
Rev. F. D. Tyner of St. Andrew's, at 11.
et. Diepnrn n cuiaaiun, pri rivn in cart.
toga Hall. Twenty-fourth Street and
Ames Avenue; Hev. L. W, Heaton, Pas
torHoly communion at $. Sunday school
at 10. Morning prayer and sermon at 11,
subject. "In Deed and In Truth."
Kountte Memorial, Famam and Twen-tv-slxth.
Rev. Dr. Oliver D. Baltsly.
Pastor-Morning' worship ana sermon at
11 o'clock. Subject. "Man'! Misfortune
Merelfully Mended." Vesper service at
8 o'clock. Subject, "Satan Use of Trying
Moments." Sunday school at 10 o'clock
Luther leaque at 7 o'clock. Services
preparatory to hely communion next
8unday will be held Friday evening at
St. Mathew'i English. Comer Nine
teenth and Castellar. Rev. G. W. 8nydr.
Pastor-Services at 11. Subject. "The
Difference Between Here and There."
Sunday school at 10. Choir rehearsal in
church Thuraday evening.
- Zlon's English, In Magnolia hall, corner
Ames Avenue and Twenty.fourth Street.
Rev. U. w. enyoer, rastor services at
8:8. Subject. "Remembered Too Late."
Sunday school at 2:30. The Ladles'
Pastor's Aid society will meet Friday
afternoon at the residence of Mr. Frcrik
Thompson, 2781 Meredith avenue. All
the women Invited...
"St. Mark's English. T went eth and
Burdette, Dr. L. Groh, Pastor 11 a. ro..
"TUklnsi m Mltmtt RansftMnoBt." a - m.
MISS SARA MARKS.
Dreamers While Awake. Hopeful." Sun
day school at 8:46. Young People's
Christian Endeavor at 7:15.
St. Paul's. Twentv-eiahth and Parker.
Rev. E. T. Otto, Pastor Services at 10
o'clock. Sunday school of the English
department at 11:30. Outing of the church
in the afternoon.
First. Twentieth and Davennort. Rev.
Milton B. Williams, Pastor-Morning
service: Children's day exercises. Even
ing service: Subiect. "Commencement.
or Every End a Beginning."
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney, G. W.
Abbott, Pastor In the morning the
pastor will preach to the children and
young people, Subject. "The Uses of
Mowers." In the evening his subject Will
be: "Some Winning Elements."
Oak Street, Twentletn and Oak-Chll-dren's
day program will be given Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock. Bible school at 3;
Young People's meeting at 7. The ordi
nance of. baptism will be administered by
the pastor, .Rev. T. C. Webster, before
the evening service.
Hanscom Park, Twenty-ninth and
Woolworth, Rev. E. B. Crawford, Pastor
Morning service, 10:80; sermon, "The
True Calvary." Evening service. 7:46;
sermon, "Christ's Message to the Man
Who Is Down." Sunday school at 12:
Kpworth league at 6:.
McCabe, Fortieth end Farnam, Rev.
John Grant Shlck. Pwtor Sunday school
at lo; preaching by the pastor at 11 and
8, ' themes: Morning, "Economy of Ser
vice;" evening. "The Recovery of the
Image." Epworth league at 7. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night at 8, followed
by a meeting of the official board.
Walnut Hill, Forty-first and Charles,
William Boyers, Pastor At 10:30 a. m.,
Children's day program, with a short Il
lustrated sermon by the pastor. A brief
session of the school will follow. Ep
worth league at 7 p. m. Evening wor
ship and sermon by -he pastor at 8 p. m.
Subject, "Standing Alone for the Right."
Danlsh.Twenty.flfth and Decatur. R. P.
Petersen, Pastor At 9:45 a. m. Rev. W.
W. Smith from Ohio will give his great
Illustrated lecture on the "Modern Prodi
gal Son' of Chicago to the Sunday
school: 11 a. m.. nreachln by the pastor;
7 p. m., Young People's meeting, and 8
p. m. the Children's day exeiclses. A
good program. Everybody invited.
Parl Memorial, Twenty-fourth and
Lartmore, Carl G, Bador. Pastor-Class
meeting at 9:45 a. m.; morning worship,
10:30. subleot. "A Seasonable Warning.
Sunday school at noon. Junlon league at
8:80 p. m. Epworth league at 1 p. m.
1 - i t- i -i A .s ,v, .. .hunt.
ravening wpruuiiJ ai o p. m..
"Price of Pre-eminence." Brotherhood
Monday, 8 p. m.
First Swedish. Nineteenth and Burt,
Gustav Erlckson, Pastor 10 a. m.. Sun
day school; U a. m.. Joint service of Sun
day school and congregation; Illustrated
lecture by Rev. W. V. Smith of Ohio.
7 p. m., Epworth league service. Reports
will be given by dalegates from the state
convention; 8 p. m., confirmation service.
Thursday at 2:30 the Dorcas society Will
meet at the home of C. E. Malm, 520
North Thirty-second street.
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirti M. V,
Htirhae Pastor Sermon at 10:30 a. m.l
theme, "A Worthy Purpose.'.' Sunday
school st noon. i
riiftnn will. Fortv-fifth and Grant.
Thomas B. Greenlee, Paetor Bible school
at 10 a. m. Public worsiup atr n a. m.
They Shall Run and Not Be Weary.
Children's day program at 7:30 p. m.
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. PubllO wor
ship and address by Ira Beard on "The
Mon and ReilKlon Forward Movement
Congressi" at 10:15 a, m. Prayer meeting
of the Christian Endeavor society at 7
n. m. Evenlna worshiD and sermon by
Rev. R. McFaydan, "The Open Door to
Success. ' at s o clock.
Relieved of a Severe Case of
Nervousness by Pe-ru-rca.
Mrs. R. C.
Moore, 1 0 $
e tree t,
Sap A n
as, who has
been prom i
nent a a a
to testify to
tion . and a
n m n mt 13a-
Mr, P. C, .MeN me,"
ttowaon and Urn Trouble.
Mr. M. P. Curry. P. O. Box 615, Pet
ersburg. III., writes:
"I have been troubled with internal
catarrh since my girlhood, and waa
sick In bed for threa months.. I had
pains all through me. When I was
able to get up I was so weak and thin
that I could hardly walk. What I ate
disagreed with me: I had stomaoh and
! liver trouble, and my feel and limbs
were swollen so I could scarcely 'drag
"I took Peruna and It has on won
ders for me. My cure was a surprise
to my friends, for they never expected
to see me well again. I just took two
bottlos of Peruna after doctoring for
five months aid growing worse all the
Bungalows, colonial residences and
business buildings for which permits have
been taken out during the week closing
Saturday will be constructed at a total
cost of $310100. For the month thug far
the building operations started will be
completed at a cost of not. less than
$401,009.' ,. - '
Of the building permits for the week
the biggest ones were taken out in three
days Omaha Fireproof, Storage company,
$90,C00; Scottish Rite cathedral, $150,000;
Eggerss 4 O'Flyng box factory, $30,000,
and several residences costing from $1,600
Distinctly correct colonial residences,
constructed of brick of a peculiar mix
ture and color, wtlh the use of heavy,
pure white mortar joints, have been
erected by the following: Dr. J. E. Sum
mers, Thirty-seventh and Dewey avenue;
F. B. Kennard, Falracrea; Barton Mil
lard, jr., Thirty-eighth and Burt; James
Richardson, Thirty-fifth avenue and
Howard itreet; W. J. Miller, Forty-ninth
and Car. '
Come and Go Gossip
A A. m as
About Umaaa f eople
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ruth motored
to Omaha from their home In Marshall
town, la., and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McCoy.
Mrs.tC; A. Hull, who has been at the
Immanuel hospital for the last three
weeks, Is again at her home and recov
ering from her illness.
Mr. George R. Cleveland has arrived
home from Nebraska Military academy
to spend his vacation with his mother,
Mrs. L. M. Cleveland.
Colonel 6. S- Curtis will leave the early
part of the week to. visit his daughter.
Mrs. Edward Dlmon Bird, at Greenwich.
Conn., for three weeks..
Miss Jennie Wattles of N'ellgh, who has
been attending St. Katherlne's school In
Davenport, Is spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Rouse of Baltimore
are guests of Mrs. Rouse's parents, M
and Mrs. J. E. Baum, for two weeks. Mr
Richard Baum ls .here from Wyoming.
Mrs. G. 8. Schonek and son. Master
Leon Schonek, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Renry Horpung, have
returned to their home in Minneapolis.
Miss Mafy Munchhoff. who sails for
Europe the first of J.uly, will return the
latter part' of September In time to
resume her classes at Brownell Hall.
Mrs. . Minnie Richardson ' Morris of
Queenstown, Md., Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Wilbur. Her son, Dick, who
Is a Harvard Student, will join her heri
later, - ; s
' Miss Helen Sorenson returned home
from'the University of Nebraska Satur
day wofnlilg- to spend Tier vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfre'd Sor
enson.' " - ' "' V" ! '"
Miss' Elaine Pujo, maid of honor at the
Auetln-McOreW wedding, will remain the
guest of Mr; and Mrs.: McGrew until next
week, when she goes to California for
Ensign Harold Keller, with his sister.
Mis Emily Iteller, arrived home Friday
from Annapolis and Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
where they visited a few days after the
close of school.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dahmke, accom
panied by their son. John, jr., will leave
today for Now York and sail June 20 on
tne Lieveiana ror a stay or several
months in Europe.
Mrs. G, II. Palmar, Miss Jean T.
Palmer, Mr. Morse C. Palmer and Miss
Ethel Morse of Omaha are In New York
for a few days and are staying at the
Miss Pearl B. Rockefellow left Thurs
day for New York,- where she sailed yes
terday on Kaiser Frani Yosef I for Italy,
Spain and Swltaerland, to be gone until
Mr. Waitmkn Walters, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Walters. Is back from the
Bishop. Whipple . school at Faribault,
Minn-, to spend the summer vacation
with bis parents.
Mrs. Jay Northrup and, daughter, MIsh
Louisa Northrup, have returned from
Lincoln and will spend the summer at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cooper,
4329 Parker street.
Dean and Mrs. J. A. Tanoock returned
yesterday from LawrencevlUe, N. J., ac
oompanied by their son, Montague, who
has Just graduated there, and by Misi
Tancock, who went east with them.
Mrs. Herman Kountze la hxs from
New York, where she has bew at the
Wolcott since Easter. She Is vltltlng Mrs.
Ben Cotton for three weeks, after which
she goes to 'Sconsett, Mass., for the sum
mer. Captain Rubottom is a new arrival at
Fort Omaha and will be followed July 1
by three more officers, making the larg
est number of officers that has been sta
tioned at the fort since it has been signal
This week Major Hartmann opened the
old Crook house at Fort Omaha as an
officers' club, where not only officers,
but their friends from town can find
refreshment and rest and where meals
will be served.
Miss Winifred flhepherd of Denver ar
rived Trldey morning "from Wellesley,
Mass., where she was a freshman this
year. She Is the guest of her aunt,
Emma Petersen, at 980 North Twenty
Mr. Roscoe McGrew, who came for his
sister's wedding, returned Friday to Fort
Steele, Wyo., but his wits will remain
here two weeks longer, when Mrs. C. F.
McGrew will accompany her to Fort
Steele for a visit.
Mrs. B. r. Marshall has returned from
Denver, where she went to attend the
graduation of her daughter, Marguerite,
from Miss Woloott ! school. Miss Mar
shall finished her course with honors anC
waa president of her class.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duval and daugh
ter. Miss Alice, have gone to Champaign.
111., where they went to attend the grad
uation of Elalr Duval, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Duval, from the engineering course
of ths University of Illinois.
Mlsa Laura B. . Mason principal of
Train school, and Mlsa Helen Wyckoff,
principal of Comenlus school, leave
Monday for California for tha summer.
Miss Mason will be at Long Beach, and
Miss Wyckoff In Los Angeles.
Mrs. Snow, guest of Captain and Mrs.
Rlfenbcrick, leaves today for a week's
stay in Kansaa City, after which she wttt
return to Omaha, and the following week,
accompanied by Mrs. Klfenberlck, will
A $10 Desk
Union offers a splendid
special tn a lot of pretty
Taborettes. 24 inches m
height, octagon shape,
with lower shelf. They are
nnisneu in f.arjy English,
ana wniie easily
worth 1, they
go to Alaska, visiting the latter"! sister
lr. Prince Rupert. '
Mr. 8. F. Miller Is back from Chicago,
where he went to meet his daughter, Miss
Helen, who has been attending school at
Northampton, Mass. The second daugh
ter. Miss Evalyn, stopped In Chicago to
visit friends and will be home Tuesday.
Miss Mildred Patterson of Kansas City,
who came to be bridesmaid for', her
cousin, Miss Miriam Patterson, left for
New York with her parents to attend the
graduation of her brother, Richard, from
Columbia university, and then will go to
Yale, where her other brother. Kenneth,
Mrs. Robert G. Ringwalt and Mrs
Harry De M. Hopkins, with Mrs. Hop
kins' son. fcave been guests during Jun
of Mr. and Mia. Llewellyn J. w. Jono
at their villa, Cartrof Interlaaken. near
Tacoma. Wash. Before returning to
Omaha Mrs. Ringwalt will visit at Fort
Stevens. Ore., ' to be entertained by Cap
tain and Mrs. 9torrs Bowen.
Mrs. C. C. Joslyn of Minneapolis, ac
companied by her niece, Miss Graca
Davis of tha same city, have arrived to
visit Mrs. Joslyn's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Rich. Miss Davis has Just gradu
ated from the University of Minnesota
with high honors and will return there
to take a post graduate course. Miss
Davis will be the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
W. J. Bradbury while here. . . V,
The Persistent and judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising la ths Road to
to Any and Every Manor
Woman Calling at Store
Did you get YOURS? One of those superbly patterned "Xari
cissus" silver plated teaspoons? If you haven't got one, you should
have one, for we've been giving 'em away for a week or more. Come
In tomorrow; just ask for a spoon and it's yours; all we ask In return
Is that you visit our store. We are Just in receipt of four thousand
more spoons and want to give 'em away. WANT ONE FREE? ;
"June Time" is "Spoon
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To those wishing to complete a set of "Narcissus" spoons
after getting one FREE, we will present FIVE spoons FREE
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or over. It's the "spoon" chance of a lifetime, and your most
used silverware will not cost you a CENT,
- : A Superb
VSV Piece- See
The unique, yet handsome, Library Desk
Table, shown in the above illustration and spe
cialed at $4.50, is superbly fashioned out of
solid oak and is finished in Early English.
Exactly like Illustration and has a large drawer
fitted as a writing desk, a special feature. Sides
have shelves for books. Heavily constructed,
as shown; and would sell for $10.00 at any
other time or place.
CONSOLIDATED WITH THE PEOPES STORE.
PLANNING NEW CREAMERY
HEMINGFORJD, Neb., June -(Special.)
The Farmers' Co-Operatlv
creamery was made an assured thing
here today through the efforts of C. T
Hues, who, after several months of
work, , has secured enough signers to
build a JT.SOO plant. Plans are now under
way to secure the land and the building
Will be erected within the next sixty days
There will be no limit to the produc
tion of this plant and the butter will b
so graded that It will meet with the ex
acting requirements of the far eastern
It Is alto planned to have a big cele
bration on the day the building Is com
pleted, and from the present Interest In
the affair It promises to be one of the
greatest days In northwest Nebraska.
MARRIAGE CLAIMS ONE
MORE FROM CITY HALL
Miss Sara Marks, for six years an as
sistant In the office of the assistant city
attorney, will leave the dty hall to b
come the bride of Moses Yousem.
Miss Marks handed In her resignation
a month ago. Miss Edith Lambert has
been appointed to the position she leav
vacant. Miss Marks expresses no regret
at leaving the lega! department of the
city, believing the "woman's place la lr.
Mies Lambert, who takes Miss Marks'
T, "Si If"
After selling out lot after,
lot of those popular .canvas ',
porch swings we have suc
ceeded in securing another
shipment. Swings with steel
spring frame and all, the-
true r.iiu Kinds, will be
a. win De
" each ' only . ,
position, comes from Kearney. She Is a
niece of Assistant City Attorney Lam
bert. She has been In Omaha at the hotna
of her uncle for the last year.' V :
Kearney Boosters -v
: Travel to Arnold
KEARNEY, Neb., June 15.-.(Specll.)-Leaving
Kearney with a special train 6f
six ooachea loaded with -local people and
augmented by two coaches of Grand
Island boosters, the local Commercial
club headed the delegation that left this
morning for the Arnold celebration, held
In honor of the opening of the-Kearney
& Black Hills railroad to their town this
month. . - .
Both the Grand Island and Kearney
Commercial clubs were headed by. large
bands, while the members of, both or
ganisations vied with each other ,in their
advertising features. Including all sorts
of business announcements, sahes, para
sols, badges and similar ' paraphernalia:
Tin horns, "kasoos," squawker and other
novelties gave the excursion all' th? ear
marks of the boosters' day that;it was
intended to be. After a day of-royal
entertainment, featured by speeches by
Judges Dean and Sullivan and "Others,
with, a big free dinner at noon, and. "buck.
Ing bronchos, athletic and other contests,
Including a ball game.- the -train left
Arnold shortly after 5 o'clock for Kearney.
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