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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1912)
THE BEE: OMAHA, Till RSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 101J.
QABY OUTFITS COMPLETE S10, S15, S25.0Q
Whole wardrobes furnished,
comprising every little thing for
the new babe
head to poky
toes. We are
able to fur
lars , but
those at $10,
$15 and $25
are the rule.
Lot the baby
clot lie 8 como
from this Lilliputian shop it's u yllolc store in itself.
Baby Toilet Sots 50c to $3.50 Bibs 5c to 50c
Baby Baskets . .65c to $1.95 Bootees . . .25c to $1.00
Baby Blankets, 50o to $1.95 Sacques . . .50c to $1.50
Baby Buntings, $3.95 to $5 'Sweaters, $1.25 to $2.25
Fur Robes ...$4.00 to $5.50 Afghans, $2.45 to $5.00
Moses Cradles, Bassinets and Hampers.
Everything Babies ever wear daytiino or nighl.
IK V0VH6 FEOPUC5
BRIEF IN JAMHNSON CASE
Solicitor General Tell Why Puplist
Should Be Held.
OFFENSE IS NOT EXTRADITABLE
Cotirt Justified In MnklnK Huvli Con
dition an Will 8conro Annenr
iiiipc of tho Accnucil
WASIUNOTON, Nov. IJ.-N0 rwwon
txWht ivccortlliiK to a brlof tiled today on
hebflf of tho government by Solicitor
Uoneral Iltillltt why Johnson, tho ncsro
pullll confined In Jail In Chlcngo on a
charKo of violating tho white lavo act.
KhouM bo udmltted to ball by tho sli
rem court of tho United Btatoe.
TJ19 solicitor ccneral iolntfd out that
wllle .violations of tho whlto lavo act
ur ptinlshublo by HVo years' Imprison
mcnt, pr 13.000 fine, o both, they aro not
UAIIUUIiUUIV, I , 1
IA utility offender rfilaht bo quite will-1
lnik. iij'itimn any small amount of ball
so as"! tAfce'H 'refill Hii" 'ft'1 forejBfi 'conn
trp hhd thu .rivolil punishment for n
crlmo wlllo'n 'tho public policy of thl
country 'tlcnuiihcod with a heavy pen
ulty." ho iald. 'The administration of thi
criminal law 'would be-brought Into dls
repute if tone1 committing such; tin In
famous crlmo ts-thst for which' Johnoi)
had bech Indicted could by forfltlnn evort
a conatderable mini Of money, oHCpovt
u itlo.ee -where 'ho "Would 'b fro from;
IntrniU tu I.r'rtTP Country.
A telegram from United Mntcs Attor
ney WllUerson to tha Department of Jus.
tlce Is Included In the brlof, as dlscloulng
facts which fully Justified the nctlou of
tho United, matea district court in Aw
ternilnlpj the conditions under which
It woutd admit Johnson to ball. Mr, W'll
Icerson stated that "parties representing
tho defendant attempted to obtain his ro
lease upon absulgtely worthless ball."
' Attention was called to the fact Unit
defendant had stated that It was his In
tentlon to leave this country on Novem
ber 30, and this statement was not con
tradicted either by tho defendant or nny
of his counsel," added the telegram.
, Amount Not Prohibitive.
Referring; to the possibility of Johnson
leaving the country the solicitor isvneml'H
brief adds; 1
'Thirty thousand dollars, while a larue
sum, Is not excessive, because It Is obvi
ously "not prohibitory. Tho very fact Unit
Jobnspn Is willing to deposit rush to that
amount is conrluslvo evidence that the
umouut fixed Is not prohibitive."
Replying to the complaint that the trial
court refused to accept a 130,000 certificate
of deposit, or 139,000 cash In lieu of ball,
Solicitor General Ituliltt stated that tha
federal statutes did not provide for the
acceptance of cash In lieu of ball a ml
that the court would have no power to
"Ball" was defined by Mr. llullltt as
"an undertaking, guaranteed by sureties,
that the defendant shall be produced at
proper time In court."
.Hrfusva to llrducr lloml,
CUlCAaO. Nov. li-Ahlther attempt to
procure the release of Jack Jdhnson. the
pugilist, from Jail failed today. Tedera
.Judge Carpenter denied a motion to r
(luce the $30,000, bond under which tho
negro. Is held on a charge of violating
the Mann act. W. O. Anderson, Johnson s
counsel, then asserted that he would offer
new securities later In the day.
MITCH ICI.U a D.. Nov. lS.-8peClal.)-The
cornstalk disease which has worked
dire disaster among tho cattle In past
year, ha again made its appearance thl
fall In the central and southern section
of the state. The heaviest loss has fallen
upon dottlob Auch. living In Hutchinson
county, when nine head of fine steers
died In one day. and for which he had
been offered an exceptionally good price.
The steer were turned Into tho corn,
field and in less than two days the nine
had died. John Decker, a neighbor, was
ready to turn twenty head of cattle Into
Ids own field, but 011 learning of the dis
astrous results o Mr. Auctt he changed
Ms mind. Other losses have been re.
ported Xrom that section.
Farm Lads Inferior
Physically to Boys
from the Cities
COI.U.MHIA, Mo., Nov. U Men from
farms attending tho Unlvorsltylof Mis
souri urn Inferior pliyalcally lo tho
students from cities, according to O.
Field, Instructor In athletics, who today
opened n class especially plnnncd for tho
physical development of farmer lads.
Sir, Klcld buses his conclusion upon
examinations mado In the gymnasium..
Students from farms, ho says, aro de
veloped unevenly. The muscles of tho
arms ntid shoulders usually uro overt
developed, while tho grip Is weak. The"
city man, who has had some physical
training, usually has u much better
The special class opened In the gym
nasium today Is for students In the short
course In agriculture, who practically all
are from Missouri farm, liy addition tu
trttlnlhtfln rvcQmtyirp)ijMW faults, 1M
members wllt"bo Rlvprn Instruction In
rural reerciMlonji-and ln'utlilhpwwi6iulatf
rid, 'direct rural i playgrounds., which
Prof. Mold snys should bo established In
all rural communities.
Continues to Improve
CU1UAOO.. 111., Nov. U.-Hurgcons t
tending William Iirliner, former Vnltei
fitutes eenator, who was taken to a hos
pltat yesterday suffering from nppendU
cities, were 'to hold a conference today
to determine, whether nn operation wll
bo necessary. Continued Indications of
Improvement, it' was said, did not Justify
all operation ut once. Mr, lormer was
reported to have passed a restful night
Dr. Ilcvnn Issued 11 bulletin this after,
noon stating that the proposed operation
of former Senator Lorlmer had been de
DEFIES JUDGE LANDIS
OJUCACIO, Nov. 13.-Mrs. Margaret
Klrby, wlfo of the south side physician,
tanker whose affairs huve. been under
Investigation In United States Judge Ijui
dlt.' court, may be sent to Jail as 11 result
of continued defiance of Judgo lnndlt'
The court Itu, ordered her to turn over
CC.0Q0 of missing unset of the defunct
Klrb) pavings bank at 11 certain hodr
this afternoon, itrs. Klrby failed to obey
Judge l.andls thou entered an order ill
tectlng Hint Mrs Klrby appear before
him tomorrow and show cause why Hie
should not be went to Jail for contempt
Omaha lice 11-1 3-13
That Bounds like an
awful lot, but In figures
It actually shows tho
number of pieces of wear
ing apparel laundered
here each week and many
, weeks It exceeds this
amount by ten or twelvo
thousand. Juut think of
tho number of satisfied
customers tho ubovo fig
ures represent and you
wilt be jtblo to concelvo
tho reason why this
laundry has succeeded so
THE "WAIKWOSD" or
added to this
Regular terms on pianos like the Orkin
Brothers club pianos are 25 dollars
cash and 10 dollars a month. The Or
kin Brothers club terms are 5 dollars
cash and a dollar and a quarter a Week
QT The terms given to members of this big Orkin Brothers Inaugural Club are the easiest
" ever made on a really high-grade piano.
f Go into any
piano store of
repute in New
cshmW then H wook nu,aueiP"ia'
ver or Minneapolis, and' buy a piano of the grade and
class of these we are supplying to the Orkin Brothers
Club, and you will be asked to make payments of $25 as
a cash payment, and then $10 a month. Maybe, in some
instances, these terms can be brought down as low as $20
cash and $8 or $6 a month, and then, in addition to this,
interest will be charged at the rate of 6 per cent hut
never to our absolute knowledge have pianos of this
grade sold as low as the Orkin Brothers Club terms
5 dollars down, then a dollar and quarter a week
and there is positively no interest added to this.
Five dollars is all it takes to join the Orkin Brothers
Club or less than one-fourth as much as it usually
takes to make the first payment on a piano of the
ff After the first payment is made, one dollar and twenty-five cents a week is all it takes to.
make the weekly payments, or one-half as much as regular or customary payments.
H You pay 5 dollars when you join the Club. 1 his is credited to
the Club price of the piano ($257.50), leaving $252.50 to be paid
. at the rate of only $1.25 a week, or seventeen cents a day.
v J.Only in big 'deals like this, can such terms be made on such
pianos.. Cheap pianos can be ,spldson cheap terms, but it is
only where a deal of great magnitude is made; whete pianos are
bought by the hundreds; where great savings are made in the
buying; where a great market can be made in a short time at a
little expense, can such terms as these be made on such high
You can get 15 cents a week back, in
cash, if you pay faster than $L25 a week
m You are not compelled to take 202 weeks in which to pay for
your pianothe life of the Orkin Brothers Club. If you pay
$1.25 a week, straight a long, it takes 202 weeks to pay for piano.
If you do take the full time 202 weeks the piano costs you
$257.50. If you take less time, the piano costs you less.
flF Every week you reduce the time you take to pay for your piano,
you reduce the price IS cents. For instance, if you pay for your
These are the club's special privileges
arid conditions. Read this.
1. Bvery (Instrument is guaranteed without re
serves for five years. There aro no. ''ifs" or
"arids" In tho guarantee just a stralghfout
guarantee as strong as wo know how to make It
2. If, after 30 days' trial, tho piano is not sat
isfactory, wo will give you your moneyliock,
"3. If tho piano Is satisfactory after 30 days' use,
the Club Member has eleven, more months In
which to satisfy himself as to tho character of
the piano. If it does not then prove to be
everything that ho expects', he has tho privilege
of exchanging it without onp penny's loss for
any other Instrument of equal or greater valuo
that wo sell (and we sell a dozen different
representative makes) . i
4. If a club member dies during tho life of his
contract we will Immediately send n receipt In
full to his family for the instrument.
5. A beautiful stool and scarf to match the
piano is included without extra cost.
G. The piano will bo tuned twlco without charge
7. Club Members have an opportunity to still,
further reduce tho cost of their piano by pro
curing other Club Members.
Wo have inaugurated a I'layer-lMano club In connec
tlon with our 600 piano club. Tho price of thoso club
Tl Player-pianos Is 395 dollars the terms are 0 dollajrs
tho first payment and 2 dollars woek without Interest
added, These l'layer-planos have never bec sold for lss
than $650, with terms of $25 down and $16 a month, with
interest added at the rate of 6 per cent. This Is tho first
time, so far as our knowledge goes, that such trustworthy
Instruments havo been offered for Bale upon such popular
terms as O dollars tho first payment and - dollars it week
without Intert'st added.
These I'lnycr-phuios are ataiulartl 88-note players
that Is, these Club Player-pianos play every note on tho
piano when tho music roll is In motion. Wo Rive you nn
unconditional guarantee with these Club Player pianos.
1. Tho PUyer-plano cluh will consist of 100 members.
2. The Player-piano for club members Is one of tho best
Player-pianos on the market.
3. Tho Plnyer-pluno club prico Is 395 dollars.
4. The saviug In price to each Player-piano club momber
Is 156 dollars.
6. Tho Playcr-plano club member has no interest to pay.
C. The terms to Plano-playcr club members are 9 dollars
cash and 2 dollars a week or, putting It In an
other way, Player.phWo club members havo 193
weeks In which to pay for their Playcr-plano.
7. Each Playcr-plano club momber has the use of 1,000
rolls of music fw,
8. lMayer-plano club members secure the free use ot the
great Orkin Brothers Music Roll Library the larg
est Music Koll Library In Omaha.
I. If a PUyer-plano club momber dies during tho life of
his contract we will immediately cancel all future
payments and send a receipt in full to his family
for tho Instrument.
piano in 201 weeks instead of 202 weeks, the piano will
cost you $257.35, instead of $257.50. If you pay for your
piano in 192 weeks, instead of 202 weeks, you will save
ten times 15 cents or $1.50, making the piano stand you
$256 instead of $257.50.
You save 15 cents (which we hand you
in cash every week) each and every
time you pay one week in advance
You will thus see that if you were to pay two weeks' dues straight
along instead of one, or, in other words, if .you were to pay $2.50 a
Wfflr incffir1 rf S1 o imrr irnn nmnlrl fn.r- i..i.v, nSnv J 1Z it
oww tituiwuv vi Vi.faO U J KJl tTUUlU iJily 1U1 yUUl JlUllU III & LUC
time, or in 101 weeks instead of 202 weeks, thus saving $15.15, or
making your piano cost you $242.35, as against the club member who
takes the full 202 weeks.
In the same svay suppose a club member would like to pay spot
cash. He would be paying 202 weeks in advance of the time allowed
him wouldn't he? Two hundred and two times 15 cerits is 30 dollars
and 30 cents. Take this amount from $257.50, the 202 weeks' price, and
the spot cash club member would get his piano for $227.20.
r Did you ever see a fairer proposition? Fair to the spot cash man.
Fair to the club member who wants to take the full life of the club.
i r iL. n .-.I
anu iair 10 me ieuow who wanis 10 pay up in oeiween times.
For the convenience of people wkm cannot come in daring the amy appointments will be made to show the pianos evenings.
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lbtn ana uarney oireeiB
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