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T11K UKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 101:2. q '
BRIEF CITY NEWS
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Biljy Stntiit, City Nafl. D. 2666.
O. A. I.iadg.neit, Ullor. 135 Paxton Hlk.
Diamond Lon at 2 4 ana 5 per cent.
W. C Klatau. 1514 Dotlca St. ned 6619.
B Roicoe for low rates on diamond
ana watch loans. 15!: Dodso. Adver
tisement Commissioner Guild told UP Coin-
Mla.lnMi.il T . i . . . . ...
-. , uuiiq OI UM fommerclai
flub Is confined to Ms home with a
severe, attack of la grippe.
Auto Hearing ThnrsdayAt lo (."clock
u nut-May mornliiK the city commission
will Rive automobile owners a hearing on
the ordinance rcBUlatlng the charge (hat
shall be made by taxi drivers.
Church Bazar Tio Young People's
aocloty and the ladles Aid society ot
Our Savior's Lutheran church. Twenty,
alxth and Hamilton, will give Its annual
baxar and entertainment at Washing,
ton hall In tho afternoon and evening of
Thursday. Program begins at 8 o'clock
In the evening.
JClrbjr Brown Tinea Klrby lirown was
fined tt3 and cost In police court for
assaulting Hesslo Wado In a room at the
Vienna hotel last Saturday night. The
charge of assault with Intent to do great
liodlly Injury was changed to assault and
battery. The caiso was appealed through
Involuntary Bankruptcy C. W. Lar
son of Primrose, Neb., has been forced
Into Involuntary bankruptcy by the fol.
lowing concerts, who claim Larson Is
financially unable to continue his busl.
r.cw: John Deere Plow company, Parlln
& Orendorff Plow company, Llnlngcr
Implement company and the J. I. Case
Mrs. MUllnr Moves Here Mrs. E. P.
JWlllener, mother of Dr. Mtllener of this
city has arrived and will make her
future homo In Omaha. The doctor -will
rent an apartment where his mother will
lecp house and where he will live. Al
though well along In years, Mrs, Mlllener
is In good health and likes Omaha very
Sues for Broken Ig A petition ak
!ng for damages to the extent of $10,0X1
from tho Mcrrlam & Millard company and
tho Missouri Pacific railway company,
was filed In tho federal court by Ole
Jensen, who asserts he suffered a com
pound fracture of tho leg on March 15,
last, when ho slipped on some Ice along
tho tracks and In front of Merrlam com
pany's building at Eighteenth street and
tho Missouri Pacific tracks.
Divorced Pair Remarry Oliver E. Car
lisle of Kansas City, Kan., and his for
mer wife, Mrs. Mario C. Carlisle of South
Omaha, were licensed by Marriage Li
cense Clerk Charles E. Kuray and remar
ried today. Mr. Carlisle Is SO, his wife
it. The pair wero divorced In Kansas
about a year ago. Mrs. Carlisle went to
Eouth Omaha to live. The pair began to
correspond shortly after tho divorce and
a reconciliation was tho result.
i State to Assist
I the County Fairs
John WV Stelnhart of Nebraska City
out.ined hlsplan for creating new lnter
in in county fairs In a speech before the
Omaha Ad club yesterday noon.
lie asked that the club assist In getting
before tho state legislature at the next
lesslon a bill to appropriate JOOO to each
county that will hold a fair, provided
the county and tho town In which tho
fair Is to be held will appropriate dupll
Stelnhart also suggested that experts
from the agricultural department of thi
University of Nebraska assist in renew
ing Interest In county fairs by attending
them and judging exhibits. lie said that
tho proposed bill could bo entered as a
part of university extension work.
The Omaha Ad club soon will start tho
series of Illustrated lectures on adver
tising work. The first lecturo will bo de
livered by Charles A. Alden. Harry Kelly,
Frank Bullta and Charles Alden were
appointed a committee to superintend the
presentation of the lantern slide course.
President Fodrca announced that he
would not accept the presidency of the
club at the coming election. Ills recent
elcctlpn. as secretary of the Nebraska
manufacturers' association, he said, would
Jeep bim from attending to Ad. club af
fairs as he has.
Omaha Postoff ice
for Parcels Post
Postmaster John C. Wharton Is pre
paring for tho parcels post which goes
into effect on January 1. He Is making
an exhaustive study of thoj new order
and will be one of tho best versed men
on the proposition In the country when
it is put Into effect. Ho has received
a hugo map, which is divided Into eight
zones, circling from Omaha. The first
zone Includes Omaha and the territory
within a fifty mile radius, The second
xone takes In 150 miles around Omaha,
the third zone 500. the fourth 800, tho
fifth 1.000 and down to tho eighth zone.
The rates of postage per pound under the
parcels post from Omaha to any point
in the first zone will be five tents, tho
second zone seven cents, the third zone
eight cents, and up to the elgth zone
which is twelve cents per pound.
OUR GREATER CORSET SECTION
A corset department thnt Is second to none. You'll
find here export corsetlors to assist you In Bolcctlng
tho right model. All corsets of ?2.00 or uioro fitted
FREE OF CHARGE.
FORMKRLV 1'IIK MliNNKTT CO.
DKMONMTRATIOX AND SAMS OK
CALORIC FIRELESS COOKERS
amj this wkhk haskment
Como, get ncqunlntcd with tho modern way of cook
ing cakes, meatP, and various articles baked and cookod
Tremendous Sale and Purchase of More Than One Thousand
BEAUTIFUL MESSALINE, TAFFETA AND CHIFFON
Regular $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10 values $3.45
Saio Starts WEDNESDAY MORNING, 8 O'clock Second n
OKf ANTIC1 PUKOIIASE OP MORE THAN 1,000 CHIFFON, MESS ALINE AND TAFFETA
SJUC WAISTS, BOUGHT EUOM THE LARGEST WAIST MANUFACTURER IN NEW YORK, AT
A HAVING OF ONETHIRD TO ONE-HALF THEIR ACTUAL VALUE. THESE WAISTS WERE
MA DM FOR A HIGH CLASS RETAILER ON FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. THE MANUFAC
TURERS IUQ1NG LATE IN DELIVERY, TLIEY AVE RE REFUSED, HENCE THIS GREAT SALE.
In his immmiHo collodion of high class waists uro bountiful chiffon
wniBia Willi fancy vohIs of white tucked chiffon, not ruffles, lueo and
not vcul and collar effects. Bodies of waist have underlays of filet,
pinny imtl nlmdow laco bands of contrasting shade of satins. Some
huo covered bodicos with white lace and tucked chiffon vest effects.
You will find from fancy dress and more elaborate stylos to tho severely
(allorod, Street alludes and colors for ovening wear. All up-to-tho
mlnuto in Btylo. Your unrestricted choice Wednesday
POSITIVELY THE GREATEST WAIST VALUES OF
THE SEASON. BE HERE EARLY AND TAKE AD
VANTAGE OF THESE EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS
Who raises wages all aroun
And navcr turns a poor bloke down7
w no says no Knows, ana vows ne s ncni,
The city now Is closed up tight?
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OLD COtlfVi" HOUSE BEING
SCATTERED ALL OVER TOWN)
The old Douglas county court liouso Is
bclntt scattered all over Omaha, South
Omaha and their suburbs. F. Of John
son, who Is given the building and Jo.oM
th ronslderatl6n of his wrecking and re
moving It, Is selling the salvage to small
contractors. The brick and stone are be
ing used for house foundations by the
purchasers and some of tho brick that
are -in (rood condition are belns used for
walls. Small contractors also are takliiK
niif.li U'nnriwnrlc nfl run hrt Ufinri In htlllll
Ine.' "Wood that can be used for no other
purposes will be sold for fuel. Steel and
Iron goes to Junk dealers.
So far Mr. Johnson has found purchas
ers for all tho salvage. If any cannot
be sold he will use It for building.
Omahans in Service
Against the Turks
Dr. I'etr, a young Bohemian physlclnti,
who for a coupo of years had offices at
a. drug store nt Sixteen and William
streets, this clly, Is now with tho Bul
garian army, having charge of the field
hospital In tho vicinity of Sofia.
Last year when tho American Turners
went to the tournament at Prague, Dr.
I'etr went along. After tho tournament
he concluded to remain In Prague ono
year and do post-graduate work. When
the war with Turkey broke out ho offered
his services to the Bulgarian government
and was employed at a Balnry of J100 per
month and expenses. He has been at the
front sluco hostilities commenced, His
salary he has donated monthly to tho
Hed Cross association. In writing back
to Omaha friends he sayR tho cause of
tho allied fold's Is Just and that they are
bound to win.
The boy's appetite ts en the source
of amaicment. If you would have such
an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They not only create a healthy appetite,
hut strengthen tho stomach and enable
It to do Its work naturally. For sale by
alt dealers. Advertisement.
THIS IS THE
SAVED PER DAY ON
FUEL in family kitchens
in which are used
FN COIL. WOOD CI UI.
Charter Oak Furnaces and Heat
ing Stoves are proportionately
The Leading Stove Dealers sell
If no dealer In your vicinity does,
write to us.
CHARTER OAK STOVE AND RANGE CO.
SEARS CREDITED WITH
ELECTION OF KENNEDY
According to Member James Illchardson
of tho Board of Education the Insurgents
lay It all up to M, I' Sears, who. they
ttllege, voted with the majority for Al
fred C. Kennedy to succeed George Cott.
while Hlchardson and his crowd expected
Mm to help them elect Dr. B. W. Christie.
"We might as well iult scrapping now,"
said Member C. T. Walker to Hlchardson.
' "Looks thut way,'1 replied Hlchardson.
"We won't get on any good committees.
We've lost out. We haven't any power
any more. I'm Just about through with
the whole fight. I feel like resigning."
"With Kennedy's election the Insurgent
member concede that they lost their last
chance to get President K. Ilolovtchlner,
Now they are sizzling mad at Sears and
threaten to make It as uncomfortable as
possible for him.
Tlir llnlionlc 1'Issuc
destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which Electric
Bitters is tho guaranteed remedy. HV -I'or
sale bv Beaton Drug Co.-Advcrtlse-incnt.
ItMOTwi Exhibition at
Is the Most Popular Cotton Crepe
in the .World
It makes up into very beautiful yet inexpensive
kimonos, street and house dresses, lounging
wraps, shirtwaists, etc., that wear long and
retain their original richness until discarded.
As the crinkle is permanent, the " crepe
effect permits of the most graceful drap
ing and the fact that Serpentine Crepe
REQUIRES NO IRONING '
reduces the labor of laundering to the minimum.
The many printed floral, Oriental afid other fancy
patterns give a wide range for individual prefer
ences, while the twenty-four plain shades are a
revelation in artistic color tones. The colors are
wash and tub proof.
The only original and genuine has the words
imprinted on the selvage of every yard.
The very latest designs for Fall and Winter wear
all Omaha's Leading Department Stores
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A GREAT SALE OF MILLINERY
Beghning Friday, N. 22d
OUR ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDING
$8,000 Worth of High Grade
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
Paradise and Ostrich
Which wero purchased for our Grand Oponing Nov. 4th
bPFPIFIAV Ths Tromondus Stock
JT IvAi jHL I will be placed on solo at
MARVELOUS LOW PRICES
WATCH THURSDAY EVENING PAE ?.S
For further particulars regarding this greatest of all millinery sales.
Home Furniture Co.
'yflo follow Omaha piiee -not
tJ O one clay but every day
Get our Rug Prices
f)xl2 Seamless BriiHsols Q r
9x12 Seamless Velvet 00
!)x 1 2 Senmless Extra Velvet 00
9x12 Axminstor Rugs $10 00
See our largo lino of Body Brussols nud Wilton Rugs.
Much bolow Omaha prices.
Low Prices on Good
Stoves and Ranges
QUICK MEAL RANGES
Wo soil a good 4-holo
Sot up in your home.
STOVKS SOLD ON PAYMENTS.
Large Arm Rocker,
wood seat, H A(T
like cut fl.7U
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