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Extra Special Furniture Values
On IVlost Liberal Credit Terms
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Sy Ifij F EST VALUE
1 $1.60 a Month
Handsomely Designed All Steel Bed Outfit
Bed Is very massive with 2-Inch continuous posts, enameled In the popu
lar Vernis Martin. Strongly constructed, woven wire springs with steel
frame and a 40-lb. well made, sanitary felt top mattress. This Is posi
tively a ueciaeci value at tne unusually low price tor
bed, spring and mattress, complete. For tomorrow only
Ladies' Slip-ons and Automo mm m mm mm Jfc Q II mm
bilo Coats $5 to $15 MUCICvOhML!UI
Genuine Solid Oak Dresser
Colonlnl design, with tli".i larf.u
drawers fitted with wood pulls
Large French leveled plate mir
ror, square frame, suppirtcd nv
neatly carved. V
big aluo at thin
Missin Set Bargain
$1.00 a Month
Made of solid oak In Early English or fumed finish.
Seats have full set of steel springs, upholstered in Imperial Spanish leathor. Table has two
magazine compartments and large book shelf. Very specially priced for this week's selling
and a great value while a limited number of these sets last
Mocker and chair have wide arms nnd broad backs.
Special Sale ef
Only through the tremendous buying
power of llartman's stores were we able to
purchase these exceptional bargains in bnm
hoo furniture. We are placing an entire car
on sale at prices that are astonishing, lower
than heretofore have ever been offered. Be
low we offer for Saturday's sale a few of
these exceptional bargains.
Large,, site Bamboo Center Table.
Matches the clialr onnosl f.MoiiH-
ly braced with hook shelf and top
or tame covered in iiign
grade matting. For to
morrow's celling at this
unheard of price
Large size magazine racks with three
shelves. Strongly constructed
Artistic Umbrella Stands, of good size,
very neat and pretty . . ,
Well made corner, chair.. Strong seat cov.
ercd with high grade Japanese matting
Extra large, .folding bamboo
music or mazine rack
Heavy bamboo matting seat,
largo size sewing rockers. . . .
Unmboo sowing tables, with 10 AC
matting top, sectional interior ip.T'O
IH t m t m mm
mm uno Panamas
Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
THESE suits are guaranteed to bo absolutely last
color and all wool mado up in two or three
button coats, long or short lapols. The now
English model or the Norfolk. A very new novelty in
blue is an English model with snug fitting shoulders
and waist with bound edgos.
A bluo sorgo suit is always dressy, suitable for many
occasions, in fact, the most economical suit you could
buy. We win fit any build man- slim or stout made
by Knppenheimer - Schloss Bros. Stein Bloch -
Sophomore and Society brand.
SPRING SHIRTS and UNDERWEAR
E. & W., Manhattan, Savoy and Excollo Shirts, all
sizes from 14 to 18 thousands of patterns to soloct
from $1.00 to $3.50
VasBar, Superior, Van Dyke and Kitesize Union
Suits $1.00 to $5.00
Athletic Union Suits . $1.00
Crepe Superior Union Suits . ... $1.50
French UbIo Athletic Union Suits $2.00
I'nion Suits, short sleeves, one-fourth leg.... $1.25
The Now Bulgarian Silk Cravats 50c
$3.50 to $12
netted soft and stiff
Berg's Special Soft
and stiff hats, $2
50e to $2.50
Beautiful design and ntroni.iv con
structed Bamboo Chair. Exactly
lllA lltllu ..... Inn 1 . .
round seat covered In hlrfh grade
muiiing. A aiue
hnt tutia Iia a..n
to be appreciated at
mis very low price
In hlrfh gradu
Men's Slip-ons, Gabardines and
Watershed Coats. ... $5 to $30
ltn.Amant an sltnu'lt In ll 1 11 H I m t iOfl. Rp
movable drain pipes, enameled shelves,
bull-bearing castors. Guaranteed ice saver
I'rlced for this sale up from
Made of the
best hnrd wood
lined with char
coal and miner
al wool. Con
evory k n o-w n
K tchen Cabi
$1.50 a Month
cial YVaictd oi l
Just like il
ience for tho
metal top. In
and cake bin,
handv uten n 1 1
drawers, separate compartment for
pots and pans and room) china com
partment. The greatest value ever
offered at this low price,
TUB JUDGMENT HOUSE. Hy Gl'
bert I'arker. 4 Pp. Harper & llrothers.
The author's knowledge of men and
motives, and his understanding of .the
deeper impulses and emotions, are
strongly manifested. Kach person of the
story has his charm, or interest, ot man
ner, of point of view, ot individual ex
ptesslon.. The book opens the night of
the Jameson raid, but the opening scene
is In London, at Covent Gardun. Rud
ynrd Byng, South African millionaire,
sits in a box at the opera with Jasmine
Grenfel; with them Is lan Stafford, high
up In England's diplomatic service, in
love with Jasmine, and sure of winning
his suit. On the stage a newly found
star of song is thrilling the house when
her filmy robe ea tubes (Ire, and Byng
leaps' from the box. and with Jasmine's
cloak smothers the flameo, Ian Staf
ford goes away on a diplomatic mission
arid in the meantime Jasmine throws htm
over and marries Hyng. When he re
turns three years later his apparent In
difference piques Jatmine, and in guise
tf helping him with his work she brings
him to the point of dlsresurdlng his
friendship with Hyng If she will go with
him to soma far-otf corner of the world.
All this time she is playing with Adrian
Fellows, her husband's secretary, a
handsome beast and the lover of Al'mah,
the singer in the opening scene, and be
trays to him Uoer secrets, which he
hastens to sell to Oom Paul, through
Qyng'a Hottentot servant, and it diplo
mat from the continent Is also another
admirer But when the war opens her
hcu.se of cards falls; the servant reveals
her dallylngs with the secretary to her
hUHband. and he shows the Incriminating
letter to Stafford, who Is disillusioned
nnd grimly resolved to save Byng further
knowledge, befriends Jasmine to her hus
bend and to her husband's friends. Fel
lows Is found dead without trace of vio
lence and Byng. Stafford and Jasmine,
each wonder If the other two killed him.
Tho scene moves to the Transvaal, and
the grim and simple realities of life and
death show the development of character
that leads to a new sort of happiness for
Jasmine and her husband. It Is a thrill
ing and Intensely human story.
WAR. By John Luther Long. Tit Pp.
$1.30. BobbM-Merrtll company.
A kindly old German unfolds the tale
of the strlte-rldden sixties, full of the
file of patriotism and love. A girl
Imaginative, darln?, courageous and two'
brothers, both ttalwart, honest men, are
the central figures. The 'tale sympa
thetically mingles the Joys, disappoint
ment, daring and turmoil ot the days of
anxiety of the war between the states,
By Albert Ed
wards. IIS Pp. $1.35.
In this novel the author paints tho
tragic side of life In the East Side. The
book opens with a brief account of
Yetta's childhood, before her father dies
i and forces her, at the age of IS, to go
to wgrk In a sweat shop. After several
tears there Is a strike, and she is saved
Irom a moit deplorable fate by Mabel
Train, an offWr of the Woman's Trade
Then begins a new period for Tetta, u
period In which she comes to be recog
nized as the leader of the working girls,
a period in which education and th
molding of her very great natural ability
Play Important parts. What the doc
with her new and larger possibilities and
how she meets the various crises which
come Into her life make up tho balance
of the story which Is fsaught with no
THE BISHOP'S PUIISE By Oliver
Hrrford and Cleveland Motfett- 354 Pp.
$1.30. D. Appleton & Co.
A clever girl thief filches a purse con
taining J5,00) from a bishop. When the
theft Is discovered she drops the purse
into a girl's golf bag. Intending to ex
tract it at the first opportunity. A de
tective, recognizing her. watches her so
closely that she dares not attempt to re
cover It Her pursuit of the girl with
the golf hag and her many bold at
tempts to regain the money are Intensely
PIPPIN. By Evelyn Vun Puren. 216
Pp. $1.30. The Century company.
Pippin christened hy an aspiring
mother Victoria . Alexandria Is a child
of the London streets. Pippin has been
the tool of clever pickpockets, and proved
cleverer than her teachers; but she Is,
sound at core, and when a lover comes
aspires to give up all crookedness for th
sake- of Dandy and of the frail little
brother she mothers. Pippin herself is
so matter-of-fact and go-ahead and hope
ful about her reform that there Is not a
touch of pathos In the situation; but
there Is a rare lot of fun all through,
from the first chapter, where Dad Ray
mond expounds his views of family
obligations, to the very end, when Pippin
finds her cup overflowing, having played
a very large part In making tho fortunes
nnd happiness of u charming American
VANISHING POINTS By Alice Brown.
- 62 Pp. $1.25. Miicn)lllan company
' The keynote of each one of the stories
. which make up tho volume Is some hiimnn
I characteristic that Is universal. Love
for mankind, ambition, greed, pride,
i honor, love for the beautiful, parent loc
nil form the basis of one or more tnlcs.
Of course, there are Included several
bits of old New England, for tho plctur
, Ing of which Miss Brown is Justly
THE IMPOSSIBLE BOY. By Nina
Wilcox Putnam. 335 Pp. $1.35. Bobhs
j The boy's name Is Pedro, and wander
ing with his tamo bear In company with
some other Interesting gypsies, meets a
; wonderful golden-huircd girl, whom he
, saves from a tramp, lie Is on his nny
1 to New York' to become n painter, itpd
. the other gypsies and their bears arc
j loyally accompanying him. He promptly
; meets the artist, who has Jdst been rc
1 Jcrted by the golden-haired girl, and
i said artist promptly swaps his studio for
Pedro's bear. In n few weeks the gypsy
i boy Is Senor Pedro. At this point tlm
i trouble of this Joyous roundelay Is dls
j turhed by the bnss rumblings of nothing
, less thnn another Vcnezulenn revolution.
"Thickens" Is no word for what the plot
j does. Being a wise and wcll-regulatei
I novel. It nil comes out right, of course,
In the end, but In a very surprising and
THE WOMAN IN BLACIf. By Ed
mund r. Be ntley. S00 Pp. $1.25, The Cen
Hlgsboo Manderson of scnsatlonnl for
tune and career and a dominating power
In the financial world, dies suddenly at
nls English country home, starting the
financial world Into a panic. Then comes
the report that he has been murdered,
nnd robbery Is not the motive. Every
theory Is blocked by proof that the trail
Is wrong, yet every trail leads Into home
curious tangle. There Is some very elevi r
character drawing to add to the Interest
of an exceptionally well-plotted tnle.
which comes after many sensational
BEAVER WORLD. Bv Enos A. Mills.
221 Pp. $1.73. Houghton Mifflin company.
This book is the result of beaver studies
of many years, and the Investigations
were made during every season of the
year. The author not only has studied
the beaver, but has taken notice of
trees, birds, flowers, glaciers nnd bears.
and It Is quite the most Instructive and
accurate account of the boaver that has
been published. It Is equally Interesting
to the grown-up and tho child, and one
of the most pleasing features are the Il
lustrations, which are from photographs
by the author.
THE JUNIOR TROPHY. By Ralph
Henry Barbour. 310 Pp. $1.25. D. Apple
ton & Co.
A small private school In New York
state Is the scene of "The Junior
Trophy.'" "Kid" Fulrchlld, In an en
deavor to earn money, becomes an agent
for Tinkham's Throat Ease, and gets
himself into hot water by "high finance"
methods. Hockey and base ball contests
enliven the story, and the way "Kid"
Kalrohlld wins the deciding ball game
for his team will win the admiration
and envy of every boy.
DAVE PORTER AND THE RUNA
WAYS. By Edward Ktratemeyer. 01 Ip.
$1.X. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co.
While Dave is hard at work, bent on
graduating with honors, some of the stu
dents are accused of a grave crime, and
while Dave and one of, his ohums resolve
to stay and face the music, the others
flee In tenor, fearing arrest. Dave re
solves to bring the runaways hack, and
goes after' them, only to be caught In
a flood, caused by the breaking of a
A STORY GARDEN FpR LITTLE
CHILDREN. By Maud Lindsay. 91 Pp.
$1. Lothrop, Iee 4 Shepard company.
There are twenty stories, in large, clear
type, and eaoh with a full-page picture
and smaller decorative illustrations.
Every detail has been planned to delight
the eye and mind of our little people.
SIN&PH. THE INDIAN BOY By
James Wlllard Schultz. 155 Pp. $ 10.
Houghton Mifflin company
The author tells In an JST""? wjiy
tho incidents of the onrly life of n Blnck-
foot Indian boy Children, whose Interest
In Indians Is, of course, perennial, will i
find the hook of remarkable fnclnattou.
WHEN I WAS ABOY IN GREECE.
By George Demntrloun. 1K8 Pp. 00 cents.
Iothrop, Leo A Shepard company
The young teller of this story enmo hut
recently from Macedonia. A grnphlo ac
count Is given of tho country nnd Its
customs, with the homo nnd school life.
tusks and pleasures of a real boy In a
land strange to us.
THE SILVER ISLAND OK THE CHIP
PEWA. By I). Lange. 24 Pp. $1.
Lothrop; Lee & Shepard company.
The author tells of the famous Silver
Island In Lake Superior, nnd represents
a youth of in and his active small
brother, ns locating after eight months
of wild life, during which they wlnteied
on Islo Royal. The success and caenpo
from a murderous lialf-brocd . are duo to
the friendship of a noble Chlppown In
dian, nnd much Is told of Indian nature
THE CHILDREN AT RED HOUSE.
By Amandii M. Douglas. 352 Pp. $1.
Li tin op, Leo & Shepurd company.
Eight blight children, with n kind and
loving mother, make up the Red House
family, and the change to better circum
stances through a new father, and a
good one, does not In tho least "spoil"
them. Kun and frolic in plenty are a
part of tholr wholesome development, and
the story does not drag for a moment
Wo poHltlvoly gunrnntco to extract tooth or pro
pnro tho mont sensitive decayed tooth nnd fill
without ono particle of pain.
iilnta for the Kitchen.
Boiled rlco must always bo tightly
handled. It should not be stirred with a
fork or spoon.
To remove scorch marks from fireproof
dishes soak them In strong bornx water
until tho ugly marks upon them enn bo
rubbed of with a cloth.
To make oatmeal Jelly T.oll four table-
spoonfuls of oatmeal In ono pint of water
fin a double holler) for three hours, add
ing water from time to time, nnd then
When mnklng baked or boiled custnrd
tho milk to be used should bo scalded
and set oslde to cool. Then innko a
custard In tho oidlnnry way, and It will
be perfectly smooth.
Lamp chimneys and othpr glassware
boiled In salt water are considerably
toughened. Wicks which have been used
a long time and smoke when burning
should be vouked several hours In vine
gar and allowed to dry thoioughly, when
the flame will burn with a renewed
BAILEY the DENTIST
70(1 City Xntlonnl llnnk
Hltli nnd Ilnnicy Ht. Oinnlin
Special Round Trip Fares
To Points West
Liberal Return Limits and
to CALIFORNIA AND NORTH PACIFIC
COAST POINTS. Tickets on sale to Califor
nia Juno .'K) to July 7; August 22 to 29; to
North Pacific Coast, June 1 to 4; Juno 22 to
29; July 8 to 11.
to CALIFORNIA ONE WAY VIA
NORTH PACIFIC COAST. Tickets on
salo Juno 1. to 4; Juno 22 to 29; June 30
to July 7; July 8 to 11; August 22 to 29.
Ellick Gets Watch in
Recognition of Work
"To Mr. Frank I. Elllck. a willing tor
nado relief worker, with expressions of
esteem and n'dmlratlon. The Board of
Directors, Omaha Manufacturers' associa
This Is engraved on the inside of the
case of a beautiful gold watch sent to
V. I. Elllck by tho Manufacturers' us
soclatlon, of which he Is vice prerldent.
The following telegram, a copy of a rec.
on! put Into the minutes of the organiza
tion, was also snt to him:
"The board of directors of the Omaha
Manufacturers' association desire to ex
press to ItH vice president, Mr. Frank
I. Elllck. Its most grateful appreciation
and slncero admiration of the masterful
manner In which ho performed the duties
which he assumed In usslstlng in tho di
rection of the relief work given to the
sufferers of the tornado which visited
Omaha March 3, 1913."
CITY ACCEPTS GIFT
FROM MRS. G. A. J0SLYN
At a special meeting of the city com
mission the offer of Mrs. George A. Jos
lyn to donate her collection of rare
orchids to the city along with $Z,ooo to
care for them was accepted by unanimous
vote and Mrs. Joslyn will be tendered a
formal note of appreciation and thanks.
Death on the (iullniTH.
Is sharp, short agony. The lame back of
Kidney trouble Is daily misery Taka
Electrio Bitters for quick relief 50c, For
sale by Beaton Drug Co, -Advertisement,
to CALIFORNIA AND NORTH PACIFIC
COAST. Tickets on sale Juno 1 to Septem
to CALIFORNIA ONE WAY VIA
NORTH PACIFIC COAST. Tickets on
sale June 1 to September 30.
to DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS or
PUEBLO. Tiokets on sale Juno 1 to Sep
to SALT LAKE OR OGDEN. Tickets
on sale June 1 to September 30.
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
Protected by Automatic Electric Block
Key to the Situation Be Advertising.
For literature and furthor Information relative
to fares, routes, etc., call on or address
L. BEDTDORFF, 0. P. & T. A.,
1324 Farnam St., Omaha, Nebr
Phone Doug. 331"