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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1913)
TJ1F, niOH: OMAHA, $A'ITM.U , PKHIU At mi.T
W U 4 tut rv mn
? jt or usie more uay I nese
$ tlcarancc Prices
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will continue. Saturday night the sale must be drawn
to a close. Many articles have suffered still greater
reductions in order to make their removal more cer
tain. The reductions on these clearance lots range from
1 25 to 50 OFF
Generous Credit on Terms to Suit Your Convenience.
Jinny eleotit pieces
In Circassian Walnm
nnd Mahogany, also
quartered oak and
welted Karly English
Prices greatly reduc
ed some as low as
37.98 and up to 3134
-a great nuniuor oti
sale nt 316 to 925.
A large line, a
splendid s h o w I n g.
Sale prices begin at
?5. Big clearance
specials at S9.7S anil
$13.50; $35 Tables at
$23.75. (Mi em on sale
nt $29.50, $32."G to
In finned anil Early
Engllsh finish, ulso
golden oak beauti
ful pieces, rich de
signs, i-'nle prices be
gin at $12.75 and run
upwards to $CG
prices average 35 n?r
re'it less than form
of extra grade white wil
low No split willow used
only best stock Close! -
woven and with reinforced bottoms anil braided edges. They ure of
good size- SI inches long by 2Hj Inches high. Regular value Jl 00.
Saturday's price actually less than half
Here's a Bamplo
of the excellent values offered In this unusual
clearance a large, handsome Library Table
Just like Illustration mado of American
ouartered golden oak finish. Price about half
real value. Other big values at $12.75. 114.76
We still have a few
of those Sample Iron
Beds in the smaller
sizes, worth up to 3,
nor at 91.98, others
at $2.95, s o m o
S6 beds at $3.85, J9.SJ)
beds at $5.95 anil $11
beds at $0.95. i.rass
Beds at $8.75 up to
$-2; big reductions.
$1" Itockers now
$6.95, $10.00 Uockcrs
$8.75, $20.00 Rockers
$13.50, $30 Rockers
$18. Turkish Rock
ers also reduced.
In all woods and
finishes, prices ro
duced ono-fourth to
one-half Some run
low as $0.40, and
from that iqi to $48,
with some at $58.50
I Miss Delta Rubliixon went to Fremont
I ednrsday morning.
1 Mr. and .Mrs. Lester Jacket of Ulltncr.
' Neh . have been here since ItM week vis
; Itltig Mr. njid Mrs. W. J. Muck.
1 Miss Mabel Campbell was "at home '
Wednesday evening nt a 6 o'clock, dliinci
tor nrr associates In the aterloo schools
Miss Minnie Brooks and Justus lugAis
came Sunday moinlnc from Omnha ami
visited at the J. II. Ilerrlngton home for
Mrs. YV. T. Wkildron returned from ;he
hospital at Omaha the first of the week
and Is Improving nicely, n fact we are
pleased to report.
Mr. and Mr. II. W. Corkerlll. who Ilxo
near Paplltlon. were guests over night
Monday at the Howard Heath home, o
Ing west the next morning.
Maude Appleby entertained a number
of her fi lends at her home last Saturday
evening In honor of her thirteenth birth
day, which was the next day. February 2
Mr. and Mrs. M. Schou of Omaha came
Sunday for a visit with friends for th.
day. They were met at tho train by
Raymond Larson nnd taken to the coun
Irank Hull went to OmnliH Tuesday
noon and his brother. A. II. Hull, who
was at South Omnha attending u sale,
came out home with Frank for a short
visit with tho folks.
The members of the Mystic Workers'
lodge and a number of other friends gnc
a surprise party on Mrs. William Cor
bourn nt the Woodmen of the World hall
last Thursday evening, It being her twen
Harence Khrlmrdt was out from Omaha
Sunday to visit home folks for the day.
no was accompanied by two menus,
Adam Bando and Ross ("lark, and they
all returned Sunday afternoon to bo ready
lor worn .Monday.
R. A. Mortis nnd wife of 1'ijiiklln
county, brother of Harrison and Lew of
this place, was here last week visiting hM
nroiners aim tneir ramiues and also at
Elk City visiting his brother and family
who live near there.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert H. Uarse of Denl-
son, la., visited Mr. and Mrs. K. L. I.lnd
quest over Saturday and Sunday. Miss
Gladys Runt of Fremont nlso visited lrom
Friday evening until Sunday at the home
of her sister, Mrs. ldndquest.
Mrs. C. K. Wllklns this week received
tho news of tho death of her sister, Mrs.
Mary Wilson, who passed uwav Saturday
at Kiko. Nev. Mrs. Wllklns went to
Logan, la.. Wednesday to attend the fu.
nerul, the body being shipped there for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McWhnrter of X'nr-
follc came Sunday niornliii: from Om.ihu
and visited a day or two with Mrs. Wil
liam McWhorter und family. Their
daughter Bella came Saturday afternoon
and Robert McWhorter came In from
North Bend Sunday afternoon.
HAMILTON & LEVEY
Our all - wool suits and
overcoats at ?10 and all
wool pants at 'l are
Because you save $S to
$8, 'which Is the middle
man's profit. We make them
In our own factory and sell
them In our own stores
one transaction one profit,
and It's only the small
wholesale profit that you
XCIotlungManufactures-Stores mPrmcipal Gties
1015 Farnnm tj'treet.
O. O. WILLS, Manager.
THE MOST SENSATIONAL
VALUES OF THE SEASON
200 FALL SUITS and COATS
Values ranging from $15 to $22
On Sale Saturday at jJJS.QO
New York Sample Store
Phone Douglas 4247 206 N. 16th St., Omaha
The New "OLYMPIC"
AND ADDITIONAL '
EXTENDING FR0M THE
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from k it JUT And liegularly
new YORK April iZ-Jjlay o' tor
Southeast Cor. Madison and La Salle Sts., Chicago, or Local Agent
Omaha s Greatest Clothing Store
iTB. Nicholas Klecken 1h very sick.
Mrs. Van Alst 1h Indisposed this week.
Mrs. .1. Y1 Houslev Is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Uerrv worn Omnha via.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Alma LembrrB of Omaha la vlBlt
lnr her cousin, Mrs. II. Uay.
C. C. Holllngr of Morrison, Colo., Is here
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Katu entertained tho
reading circle Friday evening.
Mrs. Gecorge Paasch entertained ttm
women's kenslngton Wednesday.
Edward Klecken of Cllrvln. Canada, Is
here visiting friends and relatives.
Dan Qulnn. Jr., nnd wife went to Valley
Friday to visit Mrs. Qulnn's parents.
Miss Grace Kosenstlhl of Gretna visited
last week with her cousin, Mrs. Harry
lrflionberg, und family.
Mrs. C W. Ualdwln wns calleil to 'iln.
Aldlevllle Saturday to sen her mothtr,
woo is in wiin pneumonia.
H. A. Mockelmann lids purchased the
Herman Hoinann house. He will remodel
It and make It into a home.
Grandma Denker died Wednesday nt
tho age of 8G. nurlal was yesterday at
1 o'clock at the Schroeder cemetery.
Mrs. John McCormlck. sr.. illeil 1'rldnv
evening of pnoumoma at the home of nor
daughter, Mrs. T. McCIcneghan. In
Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert visited In
Omaha several days last week beforu
going to Colorado, where they will make
Tom Barlow camo out to call on frlcmlg
this week. He hns been In Omaha, where
Ills wife underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis last week.
Omaha visitors from Klkhorn were Mrs.
Henry Mllke, Misses Undberg, Dora and
Paulino Hansen. Hnmnnn Mrun I'irl
Thlessen. A. A. Neal, J. F. McCormlck
and Henry Bay.
Will Scott was over In Iowa last week
on a brief business trip.
Mrs. C. W. Conkllng is In Chicago,
where she will spend several weeks.
Miss Kva Corbln went to ISmerson tho
last week whern sho Is teaching school.
Miss KlUobeth O'Brien was an over
Sunday visitor with her friends at Spring
field. Tom Klllott and James Lydick left
this week for a sojourn at Galveston
and other points in Texas.
Jlr. and Mrs. W. t,. Mason left Thurs
day for their home at Big Wells, Tex.,
after a three months' visit In the north.
The Burt County Farmers' Institute
will bo held here on February 18 and 19,
and plans are now made for having a
big gathering out of it.
A dozen of the local Knights Templar
was at uiair on jionuay evening attend
ing the commandery where ono of the
Tekamah brethren waa made a knight
of that order.
The local branch of tho Methodist
Woman's Home Mission society are plan
ning on having Bishop Frank Bristol of
Omaha, with them for a special service
for their society.
Wallace Dixon has traded a farm In
Sarpy county for tho Bhafer theater
property, possession to be given March
1. Mr. Dixon plana on fixing ut the lo
cal theater property In time for spring
Mr and Mrs. John Monahan viBlted in
Omaha and Benson on Monday.
George FoutH, who haa been ill for
several weeks It) very nlowly improving.
Mrs. J. S. Kennedy went to Omaha
Monday for a short vlBtt with her sister.
Miss Kdlth Zwethel has accepted a po
sition as office girl in the dental parlors
of Dr. Garrison.
A. B. Hubbard, who left the railway
mall service over a year ago, returned
to the work last week.
Anla Weekly fell from a chair, while
playing with her doll on Monday and
broko her arm near the elbow.
The Girls' Kensington club was enter
tained Wednesday evening at tho home
of Mrs. W. 8. Eddy by Miss Hanna and
A series of gospel meetings In tho
Methodist Kplscopal church were begun
Sunday evening, Presbyterian service!
were dismissed and a union meeting was
The Largest nd Finest Steamer t
Houl Trip. IK fc up. lit dm tscluiltrlr.
Orolaya ft&,TJ$L., Feb. 1 1
)i.1Mi iatfhmnM wllli Qut3 ;-,ca
Ttie lloynl Mall Bteam I'acict Co.
SANDKKSON & SON.. Gen. Agts.. 15
go. Lysine di., unicago, or any
local steamihlp ticket agent.
to be be selling at one-half price, but we purchased
several hundred new ones that no other clothier in.- Omaha is
showing1, nimlp up of ('liiiicliilhi, Irish Fric.o, Scotch (ioods and Fancy Weaves.
Double woven plaid hacks, half belted or belts all around single or double
breasted convertible and the new shawl collars in fact models that will be
shown next fall. You can save one half on them now. Come in Saturday ami
look them over -our sensational suit sale continues--here are the prices:
en's Odd Trousers at R3ear6y 1-2 Prace
If your trousers are wearing shabby, better buy a pair that will tide you oer
until spring. Worsted, Cnssiiuerc, Cheviots nnd Corduroys, sizes 'JS to .VJ-inch
waist, are on sale Saturday- -
$3.00 TROUSERS, $4.45
$4.00 TROUSERS, $ft.45
NOW . . . .
$5.00 TROUSERS, $ffi.45
$6.50 TROUSERS, $3.45
held. Servicos were held each evening
during tho week.
Miss Kmma Fye of Aurora. Neb ti
turned to her home Tuesday, after n
few days' visit with her brother. B. .V
Fye and family.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tin
Ladles" Aid of tho Methodist ICplscoiml
church was held at tho homo of Mrs
Taylor. Mrx. Adams und Mrs. Butts on
plstiil Mrs. Taylor In serving the ttineli.
Tho following officers weio reeentl
elected for the coining year by tho
official board of tho Methodist Kplneopnl
church: J. S Kennedy, superintendent;
May Caldwell, assistant superintendent;
Miihel Miller, secretury; Wude Caldwell,
treasurer and Verdllla ttlce, librarian.
Tho nniiual meeting of tho Valley Com
mercial club was held Tuesday uvnnlni!
In the town hall. The following nre the
newly elected officers: Mons Johnson
president; Charles Colleii, first vice presi
dent; John Monnhau, second vlco presi
dent: T. A. rtesiim, secretary; F. C
Kennedy, treasurer; A. A. Kgbert, C. H.
Coy and W. 8. Kddy, directors; F. II
Whltmore. N. K. Johnson, liurenre Coy,
George CowIch. W. B. Weekly nnd l)r
Garrison nre newly elected members. A
special meeting will be held Monday
evening followed by a banquet.
Huby Nicholson left Monday for her
home In Kansas.
Itobort Tlnenii hns gone to Colorado
for a month's visit.
ICnrl AnMin lum been (itilto sick the
last week with pneumonia.
Arthur Jarnmn Is preparing to move
with his family to North Daltotn.
Alois Klwell went to Niicoln Tuesday
to tako up IiI.k stuillrs In tho university.
Clans Hush has sold his farm north of
town and will move In a few weeks to
Idaho or Oregon.
John Slmpklns, Jr.. of Winner. S. D ,
wan calling on old acquaintances the foro
part of tho week.
Gcorgo Koborts and family rntmned
from North Dakota, where they have
been farming the last two years.
A. K. Dunn Invested In several lots In
Council Bluffs last week. He expeetH
to put buildings on the lots this year.
Thomas Nelson attended the meeting
of tho directors of the Hardware In
surance company at Ilncoln this week.
Miss Mho Cfulnlcy, formerly of Spring
field, wns married Wednesday to Mr. W.
R Hcznlchck, a young business man of
R. C. Chrlstlunson, who has been visit
ing his uncle lyrc Hlnce CJirlstmas, se
cured a place aH timekeeper for Condon
Brothers of L,oulsvlllc.
A flro started In tho basement of tho
hospital last Tuesday, but was ex
tinguished by tho fire department before
much datnago had been done.
A. Sturtzenegger of Houth Bend, who
was nt one time n prominent outfielder
In tho Springfield ball team, was hern
Wednesday. He graduated from Harvard
lately and Is In the employ of the Inter
state Shirt factorj- nt Troy, N. Y
Have You a Piano
In Your Home?
IF NOT, WHY NOT?
Thorp is scarcely ono good reason why you
should not. have that, piano corner filled whilu
there are scores of reasons why you should.
JUST THINK IT OVER
'Pnln shmlr nf l-filir nh loot lOllH. if H11V 1 tllOll
set over against Uioin the reasons why you should. Thou go farther; oomo in hero and
wo can add to your list many reasons why you should buy a piano, and show you Piano
Values that will convince you that you should buy now, and. at Hayden's. . .
Wo have only a few pianos left from tho groat stock that wo placed on sale two weeks
ago-but every one of those are worth fully X) to 50'o more than the prices we're asking
Smith & Barnes $150
I Hardman, at $180
t A. Tracy, at S 50
Vose & Sons, at $125
Chiokeriug & Sou . . . $125
1 Hteinway, at $275
1 Weilor, at $150
1 Uoffmau Bros., at . .$140
1 Stoinmetz, at $100
1 New England, at. . .$100
1. Stoigor, at $ 75
1 Story & Camp, at. .$ 65
We have twenty some odd makes of pianolas on our floor for your close comparison and
selection and tiro always glad to have you comparo values hero with any offered else
where; the closer tho comparison tho bcttervc are pleased it moans you'll bo all tho
better satisfied with any purchase you make here.
to suit your own
Catalogues and any
other information mail
ed you on application.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs
Ij. 1j. Caygtll Februury a,
Tho last number of tho lecture course,
will be given Saturday night.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Hopkins on February 1.
James Johnson lias purchased the Mrs.
Tabltha Thackor property on tho south
Mr. and Mrs. John Iiannam of Strom
burg. Neb., visited relatives here u few
A. J. Patterson Is a recent arrival from
Collins, la., and will move his family hero
Mrs. D. M. Johnson went to Grand Is
land Thursday to visit her daughter, Mis.
IA J. Wight.
Mrs. J. H. Andress Is enjoying a visit
from hor mother, Mrs. J. K. Allen of
By a score of Ti to 11 the Weeping Water
High school basket ball team defeated
Or. ami Mrs. A. ". Welch are enter
taining their daughter. Mrs. Fred Mllli i
of Wray, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wobor or Shubert
nre visiting Mrs. Weber's parents. Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Illatt.
C. H. Gibson 'o moving from his father's
farm, ono mile .vst o( town, to a farm
four miles southwest.
Mrs. D. E. Jones has returned home
from an cxtonded visit with her daughter.
Mrs. Wing of Iongmont, Colo.
John Wlso seoured n Judgment for JT4.62
for his son Frank against J. Tt. C. Grog,
ory last Wednesday in Judge Barnes'
Mrs. N. H. Wilkinson wont to Uncoln
to visit her daughter and from there
leaves tills week for Mlchlgun to visit
Grover FlUputrtck, who has been visit
Ing hlB brother Frank In Hooks county.
Kansas, likes the country so well that ho
expects to return there for the summer.
am lirht.nmind dauehter whs l)Orn
"Wednesday to Mr and Mrs, It. H. Kwart
of Manuerson. wyo. Airs, iwari is u
visitor hero with I.e.- parents. Mr. and
Mrs. D. II. Mills.
1 A Crilvl lllllllllr
to ucgleet a cold or cough. Dr. King's
ew Discovery cures thnn ana may
prevent consumption. SOo and JI.Oo, For
l sale by Beaton Hrng Co.Advertlsenient
STORES THAT MERIT
AT CUT PRICES
II 00 Grays Glycorlno Tonic . -980
tl.00 Wine of i'urdul for 89o
Dr. Cooper's Medicine .... 48o, 990
JI.OO Hostetter's Bitters B9o
$1.00 Hciullibs' rfarsuparilla 78o
Ozomulslon Bo, S9a
Bexall Orderlies 100, 36c, 60c
Scott's Emulsion 45c, 83c
Vlnol. always 41.00
Hays' Hair Health 6o, 30o
Idsterlno IBc, 3Bc, 40o, 89o
Bexall Idney Cure 4Bo, B9o
Borden's Malted Milk 0c. 09o
Jl 00 hjdla I'lnkham's Compound 89o
Glycothymollne 36c, 48c, 89o
Hexall 93 Hair Tonu . 50c, 81.00
Fellow's Syrup for B9o, $1.34
Spruce Tepsln Tnblels BOo, 1.00
11 00 Guertln's Nerve Syrup . D9o
at our two downstairs lunch and soda
rooms. Excellent service and moder
Downstairs ut 16th and Dodge Sts.
Downstnlrs at the Owl
16th and Harney Sts.
Guth's Chocolates and Bon Hons
better mwuhIs could not be mado. Wo
are exclusive agents for this cele
brated lino of confections, priced at
from loo to $3.00
Box of Bnrr's 60c HATUHDAY
CANDY for 390
OMAIIA'B LKADING I'lUSSClUITIOX JIUUUGIHTg.
At Specially Low Prices
2Cc Kanltul Tooth' Taste 13o
COo l'ompulnn Mussaga Cream 39o
Itoxall Tooth Paste 19o
J1.60 Gourand's Oriental Cream. .89o
GOo Dr. Charles' Flosh Food i9o
26o Frostlllu,- Wo
2Cc Packer's Tar Soup 14o
French Tollot Chamois 3o
Maxlno Elliott Soap, box qt 6 c&kes
COo Lubln Soap aOo
3Bo Plnaud's Soap loo
20-Muto Team Borax, tho standard of
the world, per pound 9o
Fulrbank's famous Fairy Soap as u
special, per cuke, only.. 3Ho
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO.
PHOlMtlKTOUS OF T1IK I-'OL'K HK.VAIJj 8TOUK8.
Hlicriiiaii & JlcConiicll Driifr Co., Corner 10th und Dotlgo.
Owl DniK Coinpany,
Corner 10th nnd Iluriiey
Ilotol Iiyul lUock
Tho Ilunnrd I'liarniacy,
Cornor Ultli und Furnuni.
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The Persistent and Judicious t'ae of
'Newspaper Advcrtslng Is the Huad to
HPHE BEE "For Sale, Miscellaneous" column is a
great, silent auctioneer of the newspaper world. You
havefrbut to make known what you have for sale in
this column, and you will be surprised at the speed with
which some bargain-hunter will swoop down upon you.
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