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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AUGUST 3, 1913.
AFFAIRS ATJOOTH OMAHA
Martin Will Put Back Taxes in
HO OTHER DISPOSITION GOES
CUr CSunrillnn of the Mnnnccn
clnre This U Onlr Plce Under
Vurr Where Money Mir
Treasurer I. J. Martin will not tine
bnek taxes to bolster up deficient funds
nd has so notified the council Informally,
lie will transfer nil back taxes into the
Interest and sinking fund, us provided
br law. Treasurer Martin Issued this
statement yesterday after It had been ru
mored that the council and mayor ex
pected to use the back taxes to pay off
the overlaps on the present year's fund.
The back tax question has been a sore
pot with different administrations, some
ot whom wished to use the money to fill
up funds that had been depicted by In-
to Tariff Question
WASHINGTON, Aujr. Z-The manu
facturers of the country have Ignored
the lists of questions sent them by the
senate finance committee In regard to
their Industries and the probable effect
upon them of the democratic tariff re
vision. Senator Ia Follette told the sen
ate today that only slxty-slx replies had
been received to the 2,600 seta of ques
tions mailed by the committee to manu
facturers who had protested against pro
posed rates of duty and suggested that
the manufacturers must be confident of
not being hurt by the new tariff or else
wero not altogether frank.
The Wisconsin senator, originator of
the Idea of sending out the questions
with the hope of throwing light on tar
iff revision, had his own list mailed
along with that of the committee. He
declared today that the few replies re
ceived afforded little Information, par
DRAW JURY TOTRY SARMAN
Five Men Chosen to Hear Evidence
CHANCE TOR DEFENSE LATER
Centrnl I.nbnr Union Decides to
Drnf( Workmen' Compenmtlnn
Inw of Own to flnlimlt to
Labor Temple rang with the sound ot
verbal battle last night when Walter
Kllraln's charges that If. F. Sarman had
misstated facts regarding the circulation work In the vacation school when It
They will be
BEEBF CITY NEWS
Xilffhtlng- rjxturts. nnrgsss-Orondsn Co.
Hmrs Jloct Triiit It Now Deacon Pre.
Fidelity Btorsjre ft Tan Co. Doug. 151$.
Mrs. E. Kesdham Han again joined
the Union Outfitting company and will
be pleased to meet all her old friends and
Start Apartments Boon L. V. Willis,
the architect, soon will start the erec
tion ot a three-story brick apartment
house at 410 Park avenue. It will be
53x29 feet and cost $10,000.
Sighth Orsdars OTadnate Sixty eighth
grailenrs will complete the eighth grade
6th Semi-Annual TRUE
of petitions to refer the workmen's com- closes two weeks hence.
Judicious or overplentlful expenditures. I tlcularly ' concerning the comparative cost
It became a habit to deplete the funds I of production in the United States and
annually above the limit set by the levy j In competing countries. The senator's
and then to make an outcry until tho j remarks, his first during the tariff de
bark taxes were distributed among thij bate, were made In opposing nn amend
several funds. ment of Senators Dillingham and Page
City Attorney Henry C. atarphy raised I of Vermont and Qalllnger of New Hamp
a protest and Insisted that tho law did ; eh Ira to Increase the proposed duties on
not contemplate the distribution of back i granite
taxes into the current funds, but rather The amendment was defeated, IS to 41.
that they should go forthwith Into the Earlier in the day Senator Oronna
Interest and sinking fund and so protect ! concluded his criticism of the tariff bill
the credit of tho city and reduce taxes !aml Senator Catron of Now Mexico at
eventually. Former City Treasurer John ! tacked It as a dangerous pleco 6f leglM-
Glllln procured an opinion to the con- lauon.
the question remained unsettled. Re
cently, In discussing the overlap, It Is
understood that the council trot urged to
use the back tax collections, and calcu
lations along that Use were tentatively
Klnrtln Hives Views,
City Treasurer 1. J. Martin, however,
has discussed the matter with the coun.
pensatlon and other acts, when he de
dared the circulators had received so
much "per" for signatures, came to a
Objections to the method of trying Bar
man were raised on every hand and prac
tically tho whole constitution of the Cen
tral Labor union was read and discussed
befpr0 the union finally agreed that the
qualified to enter high sohool next year.
Beferses for Tzschuck Zstate L Slb
bcrnsen and Stanley P. Bostwlck have
been appointed referees to make a parti
tion of the estate of the late Druno
Tzschuck In accordance with a petition
filed by the heirs In district court
Omaha Woman to Wsd License has
been granted In Chicago for the marriage
in Alfalfa Special
MAUTSVILLIS, Mp., Aug. 2.-(0peclal
Telegram.) The alfalfa special over tho
Burlington continues to draw largo audi
ences of farmers, who uro manifesting
cil, and It Is understood, that the mem-1 great Interest In the talks of the alfalfa
tier have denied any Intention of so
using the money. City Treasurer Martin
said; "It will be my endeavor to retire
experts, both In town and country.
During the run In southwestern Iowa
and northwestern Missouri, 324 miles have
as many city debts as possible. We must 1 been covered. The lecturers have talked
build up our Interest and sinking fund It to rom E00 to 1,000 farmers on an aver,
we would keep up the credit of the city. j age each day and have thus far dellv
In 1915 there are bonds coming to $219,000 cred nearly ISO lectures,
due and we have less than $00,000 In the Many of the meetings held In tho
Interest and sinking fund to meet them, country have been In the fields whoro
I notice Treasurer Uro of Omaha Is threshing outfits have been busy taking
steadily retiring the city's obligations. I care ot the largest wheat crop over
Such a policy Is good for business and i grown In this section of Missouri.
Upon tho arrival of the speaker where
such meetings were scheduled all opera
tions closed and tho harvost hands wero
called together to listen to the lectures.
In numerous Instances farmers asked tho
Eood for taxpayers. I will put ever'
dollar of back taxes cotlected Into the
Interest and sinking fund and nowhere
Slny Hnlr Mnny Firms.
If the Board of Review carries out Its
announced program In regard to tho
packers and stock yards the big cor- simple practical talks given by tho , testify that he did not make allegations
JWLZT SJfi? ! of Mrs. Maude VerrHI of Omaha to Ab- j
Verrlll was the divorced wife of George
E. Verrlll, a traveling salesman. Mrs.
Verrlll has lived In the Strehlqw apart
ments for the lost five years.
given a trial.
After wrangling over technicalities until
the question was muddled. President
Oeorgo Norman struck a resounding blow
With his gavel and shouted;
"Wo've had enough of splitting hairs.
We ore not lawyers and we've got to take
a sensible view of this matter. There
will be ho moro hair-splitting, for I'm
Al Weltzel had tho floor and was pro
testing that charges against Sarman had
not been properly filed. He said three
'delegates should have signed the charges
as delegates, whereas the secretary of
the union hod signed them. He appealed
from Norman's decision that ho was out
of order and his suggestion was wrong,
but Norman's position was emphatically
Norman himself ruled the officials who
helped to circulate the petitions against
the compensation law were disqualified
to sit on the "Jury" of five which will
try Barman. All delegates wrote their
names on slips of paper, threw them in a
hat and tho "Jury" was selected from
Jury Flnnllv Itrnirn.
Three men were objected to and dis
qualified. The Jury as finally drawn
consists of James Swanson', C. W. Young.
James Mulr, N. N. Larson and J. J.
Kerrigan. This committee will report at
the next meeting and Sarman will then
bo given a chance to defend himself. An
"attorney" will bo appointed by President
Norman to prosecute the charges.
Sarman asked for an Immediate trial,
saying ha had an outside witness, an
employe of Tho Bee, who had taken the
Young Woman Faces
Trial on Charge of
Mutiny on High Seas
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Demure and timid
and appearing not at all like a fierce,
swarthy pirate of buccaneer days, Mlsi
Lillian Clnrkson, 22 years old, Is to b
haled before the United States commis
sioner tomorrow to answer to a charge
of ''mutiny on the high seas."
That charge, reminiscent ot marine ad
ventures, resulted because Miss Clarkson,
forsaking the less eventful occupation of
a stenographer, decldod to ship as o
waitress on a lake steamer. After thu
ship sailed out of Duluth, Minn., the
young woman objected to extra work OS'
signed her. Charges wero made to tho
captain that she had quit work and had
started a mutiny.
"Send her below," said the captain.
Miss Clarkfon was ordered to her room
and placed on a diet of rolls and coffee,
which she rerused to cat. When the
steamer arrived In Chicago she was ar
rested by a United States marshil and
docketed for a hearing before Commis
privilege of addressing the audiences)
which was In every case granted. These ! .totemcnt he made and was willing to
potations will bo raised approximately 1 farmers tnemselves added
2.000,000 In taxes this year. Tho raise
will bo general with tho possible ex
ception of Morris and Company, which,
because of Its recent fire damage, may
not bo Increased In proportion with the
other plants. Representatives ot the
packers appeared before the board yes
do on KlslilnHT Trip.
Treaturer P. J. Martin, Del Pe&rce,
Chief of Police John JJriggs. John
Boyle. Joe Martin, Dana Morrill and
Vlvlsn Hoover will leave Sunday for a
two weeks' outing at Jlnsv!lle, Minn.,
whoro camp will bo " pitched and the
company wilt rough It. A number of the
Wells Fargo Rates
Out in California
SAN FRANCISCO. Auir. S Th s-nti
rtinrffAU n rrt.o Tf ftnrmnn la ivinvLt. nt . 1 1 . . ...
... . . .. I - luuuum commission oi uaurornla or-
wlllful misrepresentation of the Central dcred reductions today In the express
Labor union's work he may bo suspended. rates of Wells Fargo & Co. amounting
j'ouowing mo carman case, me union to a cut of 1760,000 from present annual
EXTfcNSIVfc PKICE REDUCTIONS
By far the most noteworthy sale of1 dependable Furniture now in progress in Omar
ha much greater price reductions much greater savings.
It's a genuine clearance with genuine reductions a gen
erous cut in price. Goods of such splendid quality have not sold at
equal prices in Omaha before in
many months. If you have a
single need in the way ofhome
furnishings, supply that needj
NOW-and at Rubers.
Credit given during this sale on our
usual easy terms the easiest terms
made by any storo in Omaha.
mucn local nccrMltiul tn him tirt out of which It,.
micrusi 10 ino meetings. Dumpies oi ai-
fafa were brought to the meetings from
nearby fields and exhibited as evidence
that alfalfa can be grown In any sec-
in amost 'ZtlyZte where stops were TM?d 'V" i' CmPn8- reyonE iM
mrt on Ze 'LZlt "hCm XJZ "??. ,ttW tt ' s ..wn' 1? be ba"d. on the thl. state 1. abolished by the order which ,
twenty automobile, were lined up at tho MV A cZmZ t 7n vLm.' " effecUve, ?tobe5 1 ttnd ver l'
depot waiting to convey tho alfalft.L "JJ' 'Am on
out in the country. Many ot the autos : f,".n K 1 ' ?nni110 . 0M ba8l are
fonj unncu ujr luiwcra who came jmo
lown 10 , meei me train ana ''take &
speaker to his own farm where he had
Invited his neighbors to assemble. Meet
ings were held,. In barns, In farm homest
In tho front yards, In the fields where
alfalfa was growing or had been grown.
towns and In theaters and halls.
company are sportsmen of renown and In wht thhhtM i
m nuupcrififf as o me
tomplexion of this year" Xlsh stories.
Tho trip, will bo made by automobile.
t.rn.,e(1i,.'surtr,an church, Twenty
FAlor:r. PuM'o worship at 11 a. m., subl
ject, "Patience." uibie school at 9:tt a.
loung People's Chrlstlofl rnilqn at
I J?'0" vesper seilces at 7 p. ro,
at high school campus. Rev. William A.
Pollock w ..Preach. Ilov.R, U Wheeler.
i.ty wU! .Preside. Musto by the
United Presbyterian choir.
Baptist church, Twenty-fifth and If
Iim fc. Burton, secretary of foreign mls-
Wr1VpeTak ,at oulockTdrdl.
nanco of the Lord's Supper at 11:80 a.
m. Bunday school at 9-.it, a. m. CImsm
for all. Onion services on high school
K'S" at 7 ".clock. Prkyer m"eUng
Wednesday evonlng at 8 o'clock Uronn
fng afs'p."001 Rt 2:30 p m Pre"h
. Christian church, corner Twenty,
third and I streets.' Bible school at 10
5: m .Communion and anrnton at 11 a.
Wect. "When to Pray." Welcorn
JtlnNTla City Cnaslp.
i,ih ",nd Mr"'uKarl Gua,t announce tht
adPce' lhC,r hme TH'W
. Mrtle Taylor and Ii! arret Hart
IXY, 5?r.Cona.?ri,on at tb9 north-
MU Dessle lloblnson will leave Sundnv
hLh. Ws.tlYe3 at "waukei andttKeno-
i..r,i-"-5?L 'Mt night ror
fecllve at that time.
Tho comm sslon finds
Delegate C. U Shamp suggested that makes a net yearly profit of M2,C97 on'
una commmee secure mo services oi a a property valuation estimated at $818,2 a
lawyer, but quick as a flash a volume of 0r 138 per cent on Its investments. The
protest . was hurled at him, and one finding pronounces the crfmpany "a para
member vehemently declared he would site on the railroads" and suggests that,
resign Immediately U any lawyers were instead of appealing to the Interstate
to be mlxod up In the drafting of this law. Commerce commission for permission to
ine pian is to got me jaw reaay ror increase the rates the railroads "look
submission at the same election at which
the referendum on tho present law will
come before the people. It will be neces
sary to secure 15 per cent of the voto of
the state at the last election and Initiate
It. Money to circulate the necessary pe
titions will be furnished by the Central
roUiirntlTt Slorr Ilrport.
Shamp, as chairman ot the committee
Into this express situation."
Gives Own Alarm
Thomas Ghellon of Chicago mounted a
ladder to the transom over the door of
the McKlnney & MoKlnncy Dental com
pany, Fourteonth and Karnam atrt.
. . , , . : F . eiiuuift to vtiuu limit 110 wuiuiiuiioa
lost nignt, and after gaining entrance which Is Investigating the advisability ot
and securing several ounces of dental establishing a number of co-operative
V t"i fit1"" ,fetIv,lV-in th0 d9" itoro here, read a report from his com
scent the ladder sllppol and he fell Into ! ,nlttea whch Bal1 that when plans were
f. . !"Wff onthtoP une of the lad- Uo Bold. No recommendations were made I terday, that he had passed the bar exami
nations on me suosiance oc law and on
Culls From the Wire
Three bodies were taken from I&ka
Michigan and one from Milwaukee river
at Milwaukee yesterday, making a total
of ten violent deaths within forty-eight
Evelyn Nesblt Thaw, Harry K. Thaw's
wife, filed a voluntary petition tn bank
ruptcy tn tho federal district court in
Not York yesterday. Her liabilities she
schedules as 13,054, her assets as 3250.
Francis B. .Say re, President Wilson's
. . . . - - ... u" nuiui nu i own
der when the slip occurred which nr. ....
!"m on record as unanl- Rnd Plead,nS8- ,n New Vork
V;..h u ff . . mo"y ln favor ot the eary c,oBlnK f
Wif of ,i w CZr eClS.1 ,"ICr A committee of two-W. A. Crlas-
ZJLli '1 "i V,J?hP To,efrat,h man and J. C, Btockwell-wae appointed
SSSL t tr ? m, yh n"1! visit stores and thank the proprietor.
wer .nmm,, H WhJ tf,tW,t haV0 c!o8eS hel- P They
rrjil0' .C""fu ! WU also UMo to org. the
Opposition In the senate to the plan
of President Wilson and Secretary Bryan
for an American protectorate over
Nicaragua has received strong support
from representatives of the liberal party
ln that republic.
A German clerk named Cremerskoten
iMimlilnir tho l-nlMlno- mi , ... " uiiuwcm iu mo a uerman cier nomea uremersKOien
V 'l ' but gavo up clerkB Wnere etorea havo not been was arrested ln NewTork last night,
hope ot socurlng the man A man hole ,..., nnDefti to the nronrietors tn ! charged with attempting to blackmail
with the covor removed caught Officer ? K-V'S.I' I Itothwhlld. It l. alleged that
i. ,011 ,at night ror a
Xi?!tJn Washington. D. cT While in
fx; A"f,,ta". ty Atjorney 8. L Wlntera
fSi 11 leave In a few' doya for a vacation
CS ln Mount I'leaaant. laT lle 1
t companUd 'by hlslttl- Ions.
,ditft?r,H'?ieJ b" .en Promoted to be as-
Biz Mr irtrriI..?. 'Jmaha
Rlnn's eye, and playing Ids flashlight
Into the aperturo he dlicovered Shellon
crouched on a pile ot coal. P'actng the
close them will be part of the work of
croucneu on a pne oi CO.U. r'acing tlie t 1 "KT i. JT X.T.
ladder used to enter the office in the JUlV i JNaStV M011bll
ooenlne. tho man Was .inn t.ilton t V '
?LI7wS!fLr But There Have Been
Others m the Past
tor more man two moiuus I as been suo
cesstully robbing local dentists' offices
of gold- He was booked at the station
as a suspicious character 'in gives his
occupation as a laborer.
Eoad from Northport
n a. tj TJl n-m-i rA i Prea wun omers or me iobi rive years,
WtilU. bO JJD JTiaillieCl it wan not so bad as It might seem.
I July 14 and 16 wero the record breakers
OnEELBY, Colo., Aug. I.-(8peolal Tel-' Ior neal- ""ring each or tnese aays me
10 iv degrees. However,
there was one day when
registered. This year
days during the month
According to the weather bureau's
monthly meteorological summary for the
month ot July there was some freaky
weather, but when the month Is com-
tfLaula.&et) ".'ned' to his bed ror mlng. according to B. W. Trick, a sur- when the temperature reached 100 de
- elx Weeks. . . , .... trees or hlchr.
5S JSntS! Interests ot tho Nebraska men. whoso There was no time during the lost
as walk. Uchnovsky takeTaii Tanimal tramS names he refused to disclose, j month when It was very cold, tho mean
?,Je.r fjufns his vacaUon. He will j Trick said that the Nebraska capitalists minimum being 68.8 degrees, with 61 de
g extend W trip next year, backe(1 by a atrowr Bynalcate of Lon. grr rs th0 coldest recorded.
vlsoV Vm&to li ?Sucltylb5t1LXUhp on bankers, and before ho left named, The precipitation during July of this
. Ing VilmlSS ? i5oslUon K' W.' Perry of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., M year aggregated 1.92 Inches, when the
?i,,re.ti1.rJe.d horae for overal we'eke1 ' one ot the men Interested In the project. normal should have been tSJ. Forty
Tfl TEnsor 1 Wht"rtDr".ni ' l Planed to start the line at North- hundredths of an Inch ot precipitation
was recently ovTrrome by heat ha's re- ! Port, a Junction station on the nurllng- was the most In any one day. That was
I covered from the effects of the heat at- ton and Union Pacific and thence ln a July There were twenty days without
.1 - YEAR SENTENCE OF I W. W.
LEADER CUT TO TEN DAYS
PATEBSON. N. Aug. l.-Hecorder
Carroll decided today that he had been
( , too harsh yesterday In sentencing Pat-
rick Qulnlan, Industrial Workers of the
t World leadpr. to a year ln Jail for dis-
orderly Utterances, and cut down the
t punishment to ten days. He warned
i . Quintan that he would, receive the maxi
mum sentence If convicted before him
of the eame offense again.
TRIANGLE WAIST BUILDING
STILL REMAINS FIRTRAP
NEW TrbjlK. Aug. i The Asch build
Iny, on Washington Place, the scene of
the Triangle Waist company's fire In
March. 1911, when W lives wero lost, Is
still a flretrap, according to inspectors
cf the Bureau of Fire Prevention, who
summoned to court today four occupants
f the bytldlng on charges of violating
the fire and labor law.
southerly direction through Banner a c,oua 10 obscure the sun. two days
county, tapping a rich, agricultural seo-. when It was cloudy and nine days partly
tlon at present without railroad faclll- J cloudy.
tl.. t la irum.u4 ht Pin. lllllff I
VIVO. . V . fM...vw - ...w
Wyo., will be the terminus of the line.
Trick has heretofore been Identified
with the Union Pacific He left here
yesterday evening with maps and a sur
veyor's outfit for the section to be traversed.
Monoplane Goes Afire
Nearly Mile in Air
CHICAGO. Aug. t-Whlle nearly 4.C00
feet In the air, a monoplane driven by
W. C Robinson of Chicago caught fire
today when a fuse on the engine blew
out Ilobtnspn extinguished the flames
with a hand extinguisher while descend.
Ins and reached the ground safely. He
had gone up in an attompt to break thu
new American jltltude record.
James Irving of San Jose, Cat, who
accompanied Itoy Francis, a 8au Fran
cisco aviator, on a trip today, dropped
Water Board Orders
Hydrant Rent Levies
Resolutions calling upon the councils
and village boards ot Dundee, Florence
and South Omaha to authorize a S-mlll
levy to pay for hydrant rentals were
passed by the board of directors of the
Metropolitan Water district yesterday
afternoon. This levy, provided ln
Howell's new district law, will affect the
hydrant rentals In these three towns as
Rental In Dundee raised from about
$4M to U.J00; Florence, reduced from
S2.T00 to 1900; South Omaha, reduced by
ji.w to K,m
The board also passed a resolution put
ting into effect the reduced rate schedule,
Cremerskoten threatened to murder
Lord Rotnscniia unless no gave him
Wlllla Bhapley, a farmer, living near
Joplln, Mo., was killed and his son Har
old. 20 years old. seriously Injured, when
lightning struck a barn at their home
yesterday. The son recovered sufficiently
to drag his father's body from the burn
An electrical storm of terrific force
swept over parts ot western Arkansas
and eastern Oklahoma late yesttrday.
Considerable damage was done at various
places by the wind, which blew from
forty to nrty mnes an nour, unvuig be
fore it a heavy rain.
Uena.ro uairaella, 6 years old, was
taken Into custody by the Chicago police
yesterday and confessed that he shot
ana moruuiy wounaoa James i-auiiuo, o
veara old. the day before. The boy said
lie shot the victim because the latter
struck him on the head with a stone
a week ago.
Smoking on all types of street cars In
New York except the old style open cars
used In summer, has been prohibited. The
order also prohibits smoking or carrying
lighted cigars, cigarettes or pipes on sta
tion platforms, stairways, waiting rooms
and car barns of all traction lines In
New York City.
Charged with forcing a young girl Into
a life of shame and taking her earnings
in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Kansas City, Chicago. Detroit and other
cities, during the last seven years,
Thomas Mellio, alias Thomas Miller, a
Jeweler, was held ln $5,000 ball by a
United States commissioner at Philadel
7b Keep Skin in Fine
Condition in Summer
(From the Family Physician.)
It would be much better for the skin If
little cream, powder or rouge were used
during the heated term. Mixed with per
spiration, dust and grime, these things
are anything but beautifying. Ordinary
mercollbed wax will do more for the
complexion, and without giving an oily,
shiny, streaked, spotted or pasty appear
ance. It la tho Ideal application tor tho
season, as It not only Keeps the porea
clean, but dally removes particles of
scarf akin which have been soiled by
dirt or weather. By constantly keeping
the complexion clear, white and aatinuy,
It does more toward perpetuating a
youthful countenance than any of the
arts or artifices commonly employed.
One ounce of mercollzed wax. obtainable
at any drug store, will completely reno
vate the worst complexion. It is applied
at night like cold cream and washed oft
In the morning.
To keep tho skin from sagging or
wrinkling, or to overcome sucn condt-
which does not affect the minimum
charged, but reduces other rates 0 ir , tlon. there's nothing: better than a face
in a parachute from an altitude of 4,000 cent, bringing the price down to 23 cents bath made by dissolving- 1 ounce pow-
feet and descended earety. per WCJ gallons. &. 71 ""k
BIO SSBSSEX VAXTTBS
$16 Dresser now 9.S0
$22 Dresser now..., 13.30
$30 Dresser now..., 18.00
$34 Dresser now.,.. 31.00
$42 Dresser now.... 23.30
$50 Dresser now,... 30.00
$05 Dresser now..,. 39.00
$90 Dresser now.... 54.00
"12S DreBser now..., 78.00
$145 Dresser now.... 87.35
The reduced sale prices
run from $4.80 up to $78.
The cut ln price means a
handsome saving to you.
$9.00 Extension Tables
$15.60 Extension Tables
$22.00 Extension Tablet
$25.00 Extension Tables
$48.00 Extension Tables
at ...r. 938.00
$50.00 Extension Tables
at ...v 939.75
160.00s Extension Table
, , 9 c.uv
Iron and Brass Beds
Marked for Srce V Clearance
1 y mi?
One lot of brass trimmed Iron Beds, various col
ors, splendid beds, choice J298
$6.00 Iron Beds, samples, various colors.... 93.75
$7.60 Iron Beds, Vernla Martin finish 83.35
$9.75 Iron Beds, gold, bronze or colors 80,75
$15 Iron Beds, extra handsome 96.75
$20.00 Brass Beds 911.50 $40 Brass Beds.. 834.00
$28.00 Bras Beds 912.75 $63 Bras Bods.. 938.00
$75 Brass Beds 943.00
Kb . . .
$100 Extension Tables
$29 Davenports now 818.50
$33.50 Davenports, 831.35
$49 Davenports now 831.63
$52.60 Davenports. $36.00
$55 Davenports now 833.50
$59 Davenports now 845.00
S65 Davenports now 850.00
$80 Davenports now $00X0
$30.00 Parlor Suits 819.50
$45.00 Parlor Suits 938.50
$48.00 Parlor Suite 836.00
$65.00 Parlor Suits 945.50
$76.00 Parlor Suits 949.75
$86.00 Parlor Suits 851.00
$100.00 Parlor Suits 880.00
$120.00 Parlor Suits $90.00
Complete clean-up of stock
a, decided reduction best
refrigerator values of tho
$9.60 Leather Rocker 93.75
$12 Leather Rockers 88.50
$16 Leather Rockers $9.75
$18 Leather Rockers $13.30
J20 Leather Rockers 813.75
$25 Leather Rockers 915.00
$27.75 Leath. Rocker 918.65
$42.50 Leath. Rocker $38.50
60 Leather Rocker 838.00
7R Leather Rocker 845.00
SMST OA3S . nn T.jol,f nni-loi- ISBOjOO
$30.00 Library Cases 910.00"" "
S45.00 Library Cases 837.00
$75.00 Library Cases 345.00
$82.75 Library Cases 851.75
$124 Library Cases $75.00
$14 Llbray Tables, a bl
cut ln price 80.40
$20 Library Tables, fumed
or early 91X00
$30 Library Tables, differ
ent finishes $31.00
$49 Library Tables, reduced
to only 833.00
$60 Library Tables, oak and
$96 Library Tables reduced
cut to .......... $19X0
cut to $3X50
now at $25.00
cut to $38.50
now at $34.50
cut to 843.O0
cut to ,$51.00
$97.60 Buffets '
cut to $58.33
On in Full Blast
The Sale That Attracts Omaha's Best Dressed Men
Our policy of never carrying over goods from one sea
son to another, causes us to make the following sweep
ing price - reductions on our entire
stock of Summer Suits. For convenience art
arranged in five immense lots:
Hart, Schaifner & Man Clothes
GROUP lSuits that GROUP 3-Suits that
sold up to $15.00, sold up to $20.00,
choice, Jg choice $JJ J
GROUP 2-Suits that GROUP 4-Suits that
COM lin tn SUXflfi f?1!" 25. (Many broken lots of
bUlU Up CO p0 UU Hart, Schaffner & Marx lncluiod)
Men's S a m p le
to $5.00 your
choice $ iA
GROUP 5-This group consists of the
cream of Hart, Schaffner & S
Marx clothes, worth to $35, choice:. . tjJXif
Don't be a r oser by Not At.endiog This Truly Wonderful Sals
REMEMBER Store closes at 6 O'clock Safordaj.
Bring your boys
our great Child
at reduced prices.