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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1913)
wIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 1913.
Says Rival Claimed to Own Three
Votes in County Board.
BIDS FOE WORK ALL REJECTED
Court llonsr Rtlrrert lr Allmed De
velopments In licttlnit of Con
tract for Complrtlnn Ap
proach on North Side.
Th court house Is all a bob over queer
developments In awardlnB of the work
for finishing the approaches to the new
A report to tho Hoard of County Com
missioners by Henry D. Mayo, a con
tractor, that Calvin Zlegler. a competltc
told Mayo that Zlegler owned "three
votes In the county board," has aroused
much anger among the members of that
body. Including the men supposed to
have been referred to In the alleged
Mayo's bid of 112,600 for completing the
court house grounds and approaches was
lowest, being t00 under that of Zlegler
Mayo charges that Zlegle'r offered "to
give or take $500" to be allowed to toko
the contract or to let Mayo have It
Mayo reported io tho board that Zl;gler
said If Mayo refused this offer he would
see to It that all bids were rejected, be
cause he had three votes of the board
ny lie tlecllneil.
According to Mayo, he declined the pro.
penal, but bo that as It may, before the
board met. It transpired that three mem
bcrs, Harte, O'Connor and McDonald,
were disposed to reject all bids and
make a private non-competltlvo agree,
mcnt with Zlegler on terms he was ready
to submit, while two of them, nest and
lOTifh, wanted a readvertleement n
event of rejection.
The alleged deal, If there wan one,
finally fell through by reason of the sud
den and unexpected appearance of still
mother and better offer to do tho work
from the Belden-Dreck Construction com
pany for not more than $11,000, with a
roselblllty of )es. On this exhibit all
the five members of the board voted to
reject the bids on tho ground that they
were too high.
"If I had three voles In tho county
board," said Zlegler, "It would be silly
to tell It. I never made any such state
ment. There is nothing to it. Mayo Is
.ore becauso the bids were rejected."
All members of the board said that
the bids Were rejected becauso they were
too high. Dlds were rejected several
weeks ago for the same reason, at which
time ziegler'e bid was $14,000. On the
next round ha came down to $11,900. He
has now made a proposal to ths board In
writing to superintendent the .work at
r salary of $50 a week, guaranteeing that
It will not cost In addition to his salary
miv'b uui it,uu, ana conditioned on
hlra keeping as further profit any amount
tinder $11,529 and the actual cost tff the
Tho Selden-Urcck Construction com
Fny n. offered to take the contract
at a maximum cost to the county of
ijj,w. and agreeing that after figuring
b 10 per cent profit. If the Job figures
less than ttl.000, 80 per cent of the savins
is to revert to Douglas county.
Power Line Awaits
Arrival of Material
Which is On the Way
The materials for the construction of
the power line extension of the Ne
urasKn xracuon ana Power company
from Papllllon to Louisville havo not yet
arrived at Omaha, although they wore
Shipped from Minneapolis two weeks ago.
over two weeks ago It was announced
that tho McKInley Interests that uur
chased tho old traction and power lino
from Omaha to Papllllon would at once
begin the extension of power cables from
Papllllon and that material had been
"We have the men ready to go to work
here aa soon as the materials arrive."
says Arthur English, receiver of the old
line, "but although the poles and ma
terlals were shipped two weeks ago they
nave not yet arrived, We have sent
tracer after them, but we don't know
just wnerc they are delayed."
Mr, English says It Is not likely that
any further announcement of extensions
of power or railway on tho line will be
nnounced until William B. McKInley,
prcsiueni or mo aicKiniey roads, gets
dbck from hit oriental trip. "He. Is some
where In mldocean now," said English
"on his way to Japan for a trip. It will
oe somo ume oerore he gets back here.
A1J that w are hoping to do this fall
before winter seta in Is to get the power
line nnished to Louisville, as It Is lm
possible to dig posthcles after the ground
University of Omaha
to Start School Year
With Bright Outlook
This morning at 9 o'clock the Unl-
orslty of Omaha will oiten. The day will
bo taken up In the registration of stu
ents and convocation exercises. Trie
convocation exercises will commence at
o'clock and the rest of the day will be
taken up with the matriculation and reg
istration of students.
There has been several changes In the
faculty. Prof. F. H. Kerns, who formerly
hod charge of the chemistry and physics
opartments, has left for Macomb, 111.,
where he will have charge of the chem
istry department of the Illinois Central
Normal school. Ills place will be taken
by Joseph Tablsca, who taught at the
University of Nebraska last season. In
the English department San ford Clifford,
student of the University of Chicago
and a graduate of Cornell, will teach. He
also will have a class In sociology. Profs.
Stevens, McDonald and dramllch are
taking moro advanced work In their spe
cial lines. The domestic science depart
ment will be In charge of Miss Pansy
Thw university has recently been re
painted and decorated on the Interior.
Many smaller Improvement on the In
side have also been completed.
According to President Jenkins tho
prospects are the brightest be has ever
seen as to Increased enrollment. The in
dications aro that there will be a larger
freshman class than hod been anticipated.
Also the preparatory department will have
greatly Increased attendance.
Tho following statement has been made
for the Information of the publlo by
Charles T. Walker, member of the School
board and trusteo for the disbursement of
the board's tornado relief fund:
"The tornado having wrought great,
suffering on employee and patrons and,
the spirit of benevolence being- In the
air and In the hearts of men. President
Holovltchlncr assembled the board for
the purpose of providing relief.
"A resolution was prepared, which I
was asked to sign and Introduce, making
the finance .committee myseff, Alfred C.
Kennedy and Edward J, Btreltx, Presi
dent Holovtchlner and Superintendent
draff, a committee of five to handle the
situation and disburse relief and ap
propriating $10,000 for Its use. The reso
lution waa voted for by every on of the
eleven members present Upon motion
of myself, Mr, draff waa made chair
man. The committee discussed the manner of
administering relief. Maimed, hungry,
shelterless and shivering people needed
hurried relief and It was thought to ex
pedite mattora by placing the fund in
bank subject to check. I was chosen to
wrlto checks. I Insisted on some one to
countersign them. The committee se
lected Dr. Holovtchlncr. A warrant for
the money voted was drawn In my favor
and deposited", I having suggested the
word "trustoe." to prevent Its being
known as my pereonat property.
"Neglecting private business, we set
to work to administer io worthy cases
Miss Mcllugh and Mr. need were author
ized to assist needy pupils.
We were Informed that the commit
tee handling public subscriptions and
money appropriated by the council did
not Intend to advertise Its benevolence,
as there was no need of adding humilia
tion to distress.
"We agreed to follow the example until
such time as the general committee
should publish Its list, or circumstances
arise td alter our course.
"We Teallted that our motives might
K M,t-B.lMH V. . ..-111. . I . .
of the parade and in addition, mr '7'. . ""'T'T' T'T
coaches will be attached to all train. V'L" aAlon" rath" "? h""ltlate
for Rush to Omaha
for the Big Parades
Anticipating a large attendance at the
Ak-6ar-Den festivities in Omaha, the
loads operating In and out of the city
are lining up to handle the crowds. Train
schedules have not been completed, but
they have gono so far that It has besn
decided to run specials In on the days
Demand for Feeders
at the South Omaha
School Board Relief .Fund;
Its Disposition Explained
my Itemised account together with checks
properly endorsed and bearing .the bank's
'Dald' statnD to cover. I havo paid checks
amounting to $9,B50 one $M check Is Btlll
In DanK. aiso, l win proauco receipts,
orders, etc., and my notebook. Public
opinion shall then decide which set of
men 'has acted the manly part.
"Some facts I can give. Five men and
eleven women received financial assist-
DUNDEE POSWFICE ROBBED
Burglars Enter It and Two Stores
SECURE CASH AND SIX-SHOOTER
Get Money nnd Then IMtte Airny In
Auto nt IllKh Speed After DIs
chnrjflnic CnrlrldKes Jn
At well nigh onto 10 o'clock Sabbath
evening, somo fiends In human form
made their way Into tho peaceful village
nf Dtindnn nnrt rnhhAfl thn nnntnfflra. thn
ance. Three .other women, probably fear- , gcncral 8tore and tho drugKlgt.B Mtttb.
Ing humiliation, would not accept aid. itsitment.
Furniture was purchased for .one man. Tno Hlnterlong Drug company, Louis
MIbs McIIugh and Mr. Heed found three gommcr's grocery and a branch of tho
girls and four boys unable to attend high postoffico at Forty-ninth and Dodge
school and clothed them. Meats and gro- trects, ' which Is conducted In the
cerles were purchased by Miss Powell, , grocery, are those that suffered from tho
working at Calvary Baptist station. A , activities of the plunderers. Tho thieves
tarpaulin waa purchased and loaned to ' gained entrance to the stores by cuttlnjf
uway a portion of the plate glass win
dows fronting on Dodge street, and then.
during each day of the carnival,
For tho electrical parado specials will
bo run on all roads from points 100 to 200
miles from Omaha. Returning, theso
trains will leave at about midnight, en
abling visitors to see the parado and then
get to the depots without hurrying.
Milk Cow Special
those, modify women, who had never be
fore accepted assistance. To avoid dupli
cation wd reported every case tb tho
"In due time wo reported to the board
that M.WS.B9 had been expended and
15,431.01 returned to the school district
This Is a matter of record and was re
ported In the papers and yet' some people'
say Jio.cco waa never accounted for.
T VI.M . U - .
mi i i i " mco iciB, i cannot vqi
Mill I I IIP INOUIttaKdi nun lntMM!' especlnaiiy
o (women, who received
women, who received assistance. If any
man would be so heartless, and' a'ny
court, reboot for. which no one has more
than i. should order It, I will produce
Y. H, C. A. SCHOOL IS OPEN
The Nebraska Milk Cow special got
away from Niobrara at 8 o'clock yester
day morning and covered ftie North
western lino between tho starting point
and Norfolk. From there, starting
Wednesday morning, It works west as
far an Harrison, the lost town In Ne
braska. Returning, It Is turned over to
the Burlington at Belmont next Monday Activities of the Association Are All
Tt Z 52? ,! l Ln Given Good Start.
and thence onto the mntn line, going out I NIGHT SCHOOL A SUCCESS
almost to Colorado and then coming east
one man to protect the remnant of his
home and furnlahlngs. Somo miscella
neous expenditures were mode. Borne
overtures for assistance were rejected,
the parties having tornado Insurance or
other means. One man, refusing a gift,
accepted a loan and signed 'a note pay
able to the school district, which amount
Is Included in disbursement.
"Whether or not the whole matter was
legal I do not know, but the eln of omis
sion and not tho sin of commission was
responsible If an irregularity occurred.
In the midst of great calamity, when In
nocent people are stricken and suffering
Is all about, men sometimes err In the
causo of humanity. The school board
may havo dono so. I believe every mem'
ber would do It again under similar cir
cumstances. The committee may have
used poor Judgment. I do not know,
but It does Seem cruel at this late date
when excitement has passed and tho
awful scenes of Easter time are recalled
only with horror for certain people to
seek to brand as Crooks, thieves and
gratters a body of men whose only of
fense has been that In time of great suf
fering they may have put God's unwrit
ten law of benevolonoe above man made
"Naturally I resent the Implied charges
of dishonesty. I have lived In Omaha
nine years. No one can truthfully say I
have ever wronged him or his out of one
cent. I have n good wife and two little
girls. Their happiness and standing !n
society Is os sacred a trust for me as Is
any, similar' trust reposed In any one of
those who, 'unacquainted with me, would
try, by Insinuation and suggestion, to
take front me that which Is tho most
valuable asset a man enn have, his rep '
tatlon for honesty and Integrity. Other
board members and Mr. Graff value their
(Handing as much as I value mine. It Is
Just as brutAl to Intimate that they would
premedtatedly divert public funds to their
own or other Improper uses as It Is to
hint that I have done so."
C. T. WALKER.
taking their time, they systematlcaUy
went through every receptacle that might
From Sommer's store they secured J50
In ohango and bills, from the branch
postofflce close to $100 In stamps and
money orders, and from tho drug store
$25 In cash, a quantity of cigars and
tobacco, as well as tho proprietor's 3S
callber revolver, which they proceeded
to discharge four times In front of the
building before they left the locality.
Neighbors attracted to the windows by
tho noise say that they saw four men
climb into an automobile and go south
on Forty-nlnth street at high speed. Mr.
Illnterlong served several suspicious
looking choracters with cigars early In
the evening, and Is of the opinion they
were the same men who later returned
and robbed tho store. The Omaha police,
federal authorities and county officials
are working on the case.
Burglars Get Cash
and Bunch of Razors
Burglars entered the rear of the Clif
ton Hill pharmacy, 2213 Military avenue, at
at an early hour yesterday and secured
$93 from the cash register. They also car
ried away about eighteen razors. En
trance was gained through a rear window.
Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
this winter. A similar campaign was
started two years ago and many hun
dred Omaha boys and young men learned
the aquatlo art. There Is Uttlo doubt
bu,t what the campaign would bo a suc
cess, but it Is doubtful whether the extra
boys and young men could be accommo
Physical Department Opening to Be
Delayed Until After the Close
of the Alc-8nr-BeB Pall r
Onl hundred and fifty students enrolled
In th eVoung Men's. Christian associa
tion's night school, which opened Mon
day evening. Tills year there will be a
curriculum of thirty studies nnd students
to Uoldrege, where the final meeting will
be held the evening of . September 38.
During the tour the special will atop at
sixty-seven towns In Nebraska, where
lectures and demonstrations will be made
by tho professors and experts who ad-
company the train.
The Nebraska Milk Cow special con
sists of seven curs, throe of them being
coaches In which the lectures will be
i. . i . i. . i. . . .i i . .
...j... . .lln every course. The-enthusiasm is run-
" " "1". ?""D",Br ? T.""n: nlmr high and General Secretary E. F.
mero is a ouBao car ana a coupie oil-. .,- ... ,nnoMfl.,
flat cars. The flats have been converted " , . , .. ...
Into modern .tables. In which, on the a"ocl1 V" "TvJSm
. ,,.,, t.-.. ,-..,.. i w l The courses are extensive and varied.
V '.fcu. ...V. " 1 W lUHOV I , . i ,,, V I ,
o1 A -It... l... in Dussnese colleges win m inc.uuou, ami
are given practical demonstrations will be " -"J- TV
given In milking, cortn for the milk and e ,ecur'd a "-sltles 7
.inn.mniiinir A an example of the variety of subjects.
The lecture, cover a wide range and . . ,,7 'n"r"cuo m
have to do with the different kinds of Photography, there will be a class In gas
feed, silos and silage, alfalfa and Its "peering, stationery steam engineer-
uses, opportunltl.. In dairying, stock ,n' ono Mr- ?um" wl"
AII.UH and irn and imirin In a conversational knowledge of German.
ine mgni scnoui wan a iiiucvu mai
Dietz Engages Many
Bands for Carnival
year and everything point, to a more
successful year this year. Many students
completed their courses last year, at
though many ' took but a ' few special
studies and did not take the examine-
lions. This year It la expected that more
will take the examinations, aa passing
them will secure a certificate that will
In many college, and unl.
"Dad" Weaver, seoretary of Ak-Sar
Ben. soy. that blacksmiths, grocers, bar
ber, and others all over Nebraska. are b ftccepted
whiting away their spare Urns with the vet slUes.
ptccalo, fife, the bass drum or whatever The physical department ha. opened.
they choose to do the whillng away with although liUe 1. being done to Increase
And the town bands gather of an even-1 the membership until the conclusion of
Ing to whoop 'er up and dream of the the Ak-Bor-Ben festivities. The boy."
honor and distinction of parading around gymnasium classt,. are open, as are the
In well-brushed uniforms and highly pol. evening classes. After Ak-Sor-Ben the
iihed buttons. What mean, all thlsT department will begin Its work of Inter-
.simnlv that hanilm all nv.r th tt- tra ratln 'Deotlle In nhvaleal ttalhtnr and. aa
IVlflVk'Pr V AVTf H PCI TXT I Setting in readiness to take part In sup- the classes are extraordinarily large for
OAJ JJ-OttV V ptyjnr tnuxlo f0r Ak-Bar-Ben. this Ume of the year at present. It Is
Gould Diets, who haa charge of the more than probable that the classes will
tnuslo end of the carnival, says his limit be larger than ever. Increased facilities
for expense, is tho great, blue vault of have been Installed for .the accommodation
heaven. Bo far nine bands have been I of business men. who are becoming more
selected from numerous, otter, from I and more Interested In physical training.
bonds throughout the state. They are A new business men's locker "room was
the Verdlgro band, Center City band, added this fall with sixty lockers. Shower
Btromsburg band, Qrd, South Omaha, baths for the exclusive us of business
Button and Cook Bank bands. The First me have also been added.
Regimental band of the negro Knight. 'The association I. seriously, considering
of Pythias will also take part Mr. Diets 1 the launching of a swimming campaign
says several other local band, may help
With corn selling around "5 cent, per
bushel, railroad men are unable to ac
count for the unprecedented demand for
feeding cattle. They say that at tho
South Omaha market it ha. been yean
since there was a demand for cattle to
feed and fit for beef during the comlnij
Tralnloads of feeders that are coming
In from the range are quickly bought up
at prices higher than during former years
and shipped Into the northern part of
this state, northern Iowa, northern Illi
nois' and Minnesota, where the com crop
Is normal, but still high.
Local railroad men look upon buying
and fattening feeders as considerable of
a gamine. They contend that If beef
prices continue to go higher and steaks
The following resolution waa unani
mously passed at tho meeting of the
Ministerial union ill behalf of the 'de
parture of Rev. Milton Bryant Williams,
retiring pastor of the tFIrat Methodist
'A. a special committee appointed to
express the feeling of the Omaha Minis
terial union In reference to the approach
ing departure from our city of our brother
and fellow-worker, the Rev. Milton Bry
ant Williams, pastor of the First Meth
dlst church, we present the following
words of appreciation and commendation:
"Dr. Williams has for two years la
bored among us, and his place in the
religious forces- of the city has been a
prominent one. He has labored most
faithfully to extend the power of tho
Church of Christ, to promote Christian,
education, and to develop Christian clt-
Uenship. Our brother's dlllgunco In all
Ills work has 1een rendered more effect
ive by prqhounced natural ability, thor
ough education, and devoted love for the
Kingdom of our Lord.
"With deep regret we bid farewell to
one who haa been among us as a suc
cessful pastor, a strong preacher, a faith
ful clt Hen an? mend. p. A. Jenkins,
Charles Herron, A. C. Douglass, Committee.
Visit Boston and stay
at the Hotel Touraine.
Every comfort of serv
ice and appointment
is provided to make
your stay delightful.
Overlooking Boston Common.
Dairy and food products from
our model farm. Rooms from
$230, with bath from $3.00.
Every room outside.
Parker Hoase and Young.
Hotel Bnder the came man
agemeat. Rooms from $1.50
J. R. WHIPPLE CO.
BAKER TALKS TO CLUB
ON INTERURBAN LINE
C. W. Baker, president of the Niobrara
& Sioux City Railway and Power com
pany, Was before tho passenger transpor
tatlon committee of the Commercial club
at noon to lay before the committee the
plans In regard to the Interurban line td
be bult connecting Omaha with the
towns of the northeastern part of the
state. "We were Just discussing the mat
ter," he said afterward. "We are Just
bussing around, aa It were, and there Is
nothing definite as yet, but ' I believe
within a short time we will bo able to
state something definite."
out, but he ha. not decided upon which.
Zouave band and the Zouave drill. Feel Constipated, Bilious, Headachy?
wnicn is me omy oana ouuiae tne state) r t rr -ry t-
that win fumuh music lake Cascaxets 1 omttt Dime a box
Mr. ntti uvi that wh.n k. lw v-M-w " "
bands" of the state come to Ak-8ar-Ben
of course all who can get away will cornel K odd how bad: yesnr tbun. atomaok
tell around SO to cents per pound; to see Just how much better their own I or bowels hear mush, jorer head oehea.
across the block, the feeders will make
money, but If ptsople should conulude to
quit eating beef and prices should drop,
me one is going to lose money.
RENO DIVORCE COLONY
CUT BY CHANGED LAWS
particular band is than the others.
COMMERCIAL CLUB PARK
CO MM ITT EE, MAKES REPORT
how mlmnahut and unoorufortaMe you.
are from QOTualaatltMt.. tnolgeetlun, blUotis-
nui and sluggish Ineestlnos you always
get the desired results with Caeeareta.
Ther end the headache, btllbturaeea, dl
slnesa, necTousnema, stok. onur. gaaay
Park, and publlo property was the only
I phase of the charter that was reported
I upon to the municipal affair, committee
In caatlng up their account, for tha of the Commercial club at noon. Taa
first half of the present year the trans- charter had been divided Into seven parts
Continental lines operating through Ne- and a committee had been appointed to
vada discover that the passenger business I report upon each of the seveu parts or
lu and out of Heno has fallen off 40 per phases. At the first meeting of the
cent since the new divorce law went Into municipal affairs committee the only
effect out there, I subcommittee ready to report was the
Under tha old divorce law ot Nevada'"10 on Parks and publlo property. The
In that state a decree of divorce could be! imports ot the various committee, will
secured after a residence of ninety days, not be made publlo until all have re
consoquently the cltj ot Reno became ported and action has been taken upon
the Mecca for mtsmated couples, and the . them. A .pedal committee also reported
the legislature amended the law. ui that ' uondltures of various deoartmenta nf th. I Extracting 260 TJp
a residence of pne year Is required. The city government The smoke nuisance is Fl'llnga 80c Up
result has been that, aicord.ng to the to be taken up by the municipal affair. Dridgework . ...$2.no Up
jrajlroad men, the divorce colony has committee before the furnace, art started Crowns .$2.00 Up
dwindled to almost nothloe .sain this fall. I Platen tMH tH a2.00Up
tomaalh. Thar claaniM your liver and
Bowel, of all the sour bile, foul gaaea
and constipated matter which Is produc
ing the misery. A Coeoaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning a 10-cent
'box keep, your head clear, stomach
eweet, liver and bowels regular, and you
.feel cheerful and bully for months. ,
S CARETS WORK WWILEYOU SIEER
DR. BRADBURY DENTIST
HB06 Faro am Street,
SO Tears Same Of floe.
Phono Doug. 17S0
Missing Teeth supplied
without Plate, or Brldgo
vcork. Nerve rt moved
without pain. Work guar.
anteed tea JtXBt
For .the Misses
Our shoes for Misses and
Children nre tho same ele
gant styles and quality that
we are showing for tho
mothers. We have them In
Patent Colt, Russia Calf,
Plump Kid and Oun Metal
Calf, with plump weight
solos. All made on the na
ture foot form last, assuring
Children' 8 to 11, 92.00
Misses', 11 to 2, $3.80
2 to 6 $8.00
Office For Rent
ISe BOYS' SUIT VALUES SS"
Try the New
by any others
and Crepe do Chine and
beautiful Silk Poplin, full
40 in. wide. Every wanted
shade, special at per
yard . . .98c and $1.25
Hand some impo rted
weaves, in most wanted
colors. Dress and suiting
weights, 27 in. wide. Up to
$1.25 values ..58c, 78c
Authentic Fall Garment Sty
Beautiful, Practical and Withall
Most Attractively Priced
Our Cloak and Suit buyer has
gone to New York the second time
within the month the most re
markable early- selling demands
it and personal selection we deem
a necessity. See these splendid
values for Tuesday.
New lall Suits $12.50 A splendid now
lot just received; blues, greys, browns
and fancies, newest styles, all sizes;
vory special values,
Ono Picco Dresses $10.00 Crope do
Chine, Chiffons and Shadow Laces,
made to sell at ? 15.00
and $18.00, cfiolco . .
See tho UcauUful New Stock of Crown
Jewel Suite S25.00 Wo want you
to examine them critically and then
comparo them carefully with $30.00
and $35.00 Suits shown elsewhere;
we're very optimistic as to tho results.
You'll choose Crown Jewels.
New Imported 45-ln. Poplins,
New Imported 30-ln. Poplins,
New Domestic 28-ln. ToplinB 25o
New Mercerised Taffetas . . . .20o
New Printed Cotton Eiderdown 38o
New French Ratines, 40-ln. $1.00
New Silk Ratines ..33c, SOc, 85o
New Scotch Olnghams, 32-in. 15c
50 Blankets, worth $1.25 $1.00
50 Dlankets, worth $1.50 $1.18
50 Blankets, worth $2.00 $1.48
50 Blankets, worth $2.50 $1.89
50 Blankets, worth $3.00 $2.35
1,000 Hath Robes, worth $3.. 92.35
Also Special on Comforters.
White Goods Specials
All kinds White Qpods, stripes, checks and figures, worth up to 50c a
All-but-llnen, 36 inches wide, new walsUng resembling linen, worth
39c yard 20 C
Manchester Repps and Engltsh Piques for suiting, worth 50c yd. 38J
Imported natural color Crash, full 3G inches wide, worth 40c yd. HOd
Tuesday Specials in Domestio Room
Amoskeag Outing Flannels, good
patterns, 12Hc values . .lOd
Sllkollnes, 3,6-Inch wide, 15c val
Flannelettes, good patterns,
12 c values lOti
Bluo and brown Olnghams for
aprons, 7c values 5
Percales, light and dark colors,
Hope Muslin, 36-lnch wide, 10c
values 76 6
Pillow CaBes, 42x36, 12 c val
Poplins, all the wanted colors,
25c values 15d
Prints, light and dark colors,
6c values 5J6
Cotton Blankets, good size, $1.25
Thn wr. shipped for ua to .ell
for th. irrowor. Nothing finer
than these this station. Xiarffe,
rips, juloy and f resston.. J f n
Sn.sday Special Price, cas. ' "
It'. Quality Goods.
Bushel boxes .xtra fancy Bartlatt
Psora, nothing- finer for O QC
cannlncr. Tier crata IP fc I W J
Jelly or Table Drapes,
Pour basket crate. Italian I HE
Bin. Plums, per crat., . 1 fU
SO pounds best gTanulaUd J QQ
10 bars Beat 'Era All, Diamond C
or Lenox soap1 for 35o
10 lbs. Chick Feed 15o
10 lbs. best white or yellow corn
meal for ,....17lfo
4 lbs. fancy Japan Rice 3So
The best hand picked Navy Beans,
per lb i 6o
16-os. cans condensed .milk . ...7VaO
1-lb. cans assorted soups 7Ho
Advo Jell, Jell-O or- Jellycon. per
McLaren's Peanut Butter, lb. 12Ho
Tall cans Alaska Salmon 10o
B. C Corn Flakes, pkg. 5o
Grape Nuts, pk. ,10o
8 cans oil or mustard sardines 9Bo
The best domestic macaroni, vermi
celli or spaghetti, per pkg. . .70
SPJ10XA& BAXiS OF COOEZCB
All regular 10c cookies, lb. . .UV4o
All regular 12Ho cookies, lb. loo
All regular 15c cookies, lb. . .12Ho
Golden Santos Coffee, lb. , ...,30c
The best Tea Slf tings, lb. ...,10o
Peters' Breakfast Cocoa, lb 80o
Th. beat fresh Errs, per dosen 33o
The best creamery butter, lb, 32o
The best dairy table butter, lb. 380
Full cream Young America Cheese,
per lb. BOo
Full cream Wisconsin Cheese, per
lb , lsa
Domestic Swiss Cheese, per lb. 33o
Fancy large Queen Olives, qt 35
Neufchatel Cheese, each ..3o
THE VEGETABLE AND PKUIT
MABKET POR THE PEOPLE
Sweet corn, per dozen ......... 100
New cabbage, per lb 3o
Beets or carrots, per lb. 3Vo
Fancy rlpo tomatoes, per lb. ..3Ho
8 heads fresh leaf lettuce So
Large head lettuce, head ....7Ho
Denver cauliflower, per lb. ..13Ho
Beans, wax or green, lb. ISo
2 stalks fresh celery ....Bo
Malaga Grapes, per lb , .7Ho
Peaches or pears, basket ......30o
Two Special Oars of Extra Fancy Idaho and Utah Peaches
k Try Hoyden's First
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Goal Co.
Nice Farnam street front
ago. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en.
trance from court of tho
Fine office fixtures are ot
ferod for sale. Apply to
N. P. Fell Bee office.
TO SAVE MONEY
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL INVEST
A SMALL SUM IN BEE CLASSIFIED AD
VERTISING THE RESULTING SALES AND
THEIR PROFITS WILL PROVE TO YOU
MONEY IS SAVED BY
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