Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1914)
Powered by OpenONI
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 8, 1914.
FIRST SERIESJF DEBATES
Arrangements Have Been Com
pleted in Twelve Districts.
CONTESTS OPEN FEBRUARY 20
rirf Districts llnre Not Vet Drfln.
Itely Decided Upon rlrlnt -Trout
VISCOUS, Neb., .Feb. 7.-(Bpeclal.)-Arrangements
for the first series de
bates In the twelve districts Of the Ne
braska, High School Debating league will
soon be completed-the palrlnir, aides,
places and dates. The contests open on
February S on the proposition, that "The
"Poller of Regulating Trusts is referable
to the Tollcy of Dissolving Them."
The pairing; of contestants for the first
aeries lias not been definitely settled In
tlva distrlcts-the central (Dr. K. D. Bang,
fcardt, York, director), the East-central
(Principal C W. Taylor, Teachers' Col
lege high soliool, director), the North-central
(Superintendent M, V. Crosier, Nor
folk, director), the Northwestern (Prin
cipal' C. A. Anderson. Alliance, director),
and the Western (Superintendent Hoy IS.
Cochran, Kearney, director).
In the other districts the following an
nouncements have been made:
Superintendent George IS. Martin, Ne
braska City, director.
Houth. Onaha (afflrmatlve)-Schuyler. At
6utn Omaha, Fobruary 20.
' Superintendent W. C. Green, Valentine,
Atkinson-O'Nelll. At Atkinson, Feb
Atnsworth-Volentlne. At Aalnsworth,
Superintendent W. W.'TneUeri, Pterce,
Ponca-South Sioux City. At Ponca.
nioomfleld-Randqlph. At Dloomfleld.
Principal A. M. Hare, Falrbur. director.
University of Omaha Girl
Works Way Through School
Southeastern District, i
Superintendent B. A. BUrdlck, Hum-
Wymoro-Beatrlce, . .
Pawnee City-Table Itock.
" Southwestern District.
Superintendent' C, L. Anderson, Oxford,
Trenton-McCook. At MtfCAok, Febru
Western Central District.
Superintendent C. 8. Jones, Ord, dlrec-
Antley (afflrmatlve)-Broken Bow At
Analey, February SO.
Sargent (atflimatlve)-St. Paul. At Bar-
rent, Jteoruiiry so,
York and Wymore held an Inter-dtstrlct
practice debate at wymore this evening.
fierce ana Narrow are arranging a
Of the many co-eds attending the Uni
versity of Omaha, Miss I9thel Itathkc
Hah the distinction of being the only
young woman working hor way through
school. Though staying with her parents
at 9315 Parker street the young woman
manages to make enough money durlntr
the summer vacation and Saturdays to
pay her tuition at the university, to
clothe herself nnd to pay board. It Is
not because Miss Rathke Is obliged to
work In order to get an education, but
rather because of her desire to sea f a
girl can successfully work through col
During the early part of 1!12. when the
young woman was a senior at the Omaha
High school, she made up her mind to
get a college education by her own
means. She already was rather expert
In bookkeeping' and other commercial
work, so that she found It an easy task
to secure office work during the sum
mer vacation. Unlike' most girls, who
have a desire to spend their money for
fashionable clothes and other such
things, she started to save her monrv,
always having beforo her an ambition
for a self-earned college training. With
her mind definitely made up her folks
encouraged her as much as possible.
As to her school work Miss Itathko
stands high In getting her lessons. Her
marks In the last two years sho has at
tended school have all been good. In
the greater number of classes sho stands
at the head, while In others she more
than holds her own. In her home eco
nomics class she took first place among
n number of co-eds for making the best
dress turned out by a student at the
Not only Is the young woman well
known as a scholar but alio as one of
the most popular girls attending the
school. Sho holds a number of honor
HALL GETS JNTO THE RACE
Files with Secretary of State for
STATE ENGINEERS ASK DATA
x i JaBBBfex'.
nrlnu .Ntntc'a Information Alnnar
rhyslcnl Valuation I.lnr In to
the .Notch Omnhn Seed
Drill In veMlantcit.
positions; Is an ardent booster; Is popu
lar with other co-eds nnd distinctly a
favorite of school socials, Besides the
large amount of work she carries, sho
has time to do considerable Voung Wom
en's Christian association work, being
one of the originators of that society
at the University of Omaha.
Miss Itathko will become a teacher
upon receiving a bachelor of nrts degree.
At the present time she is a sophomoro.
(From a fluff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 7.-8pcelal.)-nallway
Commissioner Thomas U Hall, not wish
ing to be distanced by any other candi
dates lor the republican nomination for
railway commissioner, filed with the sec
retary of state this morning, desiring a
renomlnatlon at the hands of the repub
licans of Nebraska.
Mr. Hall has been In the limelight most
of the tlmo he has been on the board
end has been a strong advocate of what
he thought was right.
Seek to Get Hnlffler Man.
The governor of Colorado has asked
for a requisition from the governor of
this state for the return to Denver of
Ecnas H. Baxter, wanted for non-sup
port or two minor children In that city.
uaxter was divorced from his wife and
tho court decreed that he should donate
30 a month for the support of the two
children, which It Is alleged he has failed
to do. Ho lioa been living at Halgler and
will fight tho requisition, the hearing to
como off this afternoon before tho gov-ernor.
Physical Valuation Addition.
Chief Engineer Gerber of the physical
valuation department of the railway com
mission haa rent out letters to all rail
way companies asking them to report
HUNDREDS KILLED BY
VOLCANO Hi JAPAN
(Continued frera' & Oi.) -
inc upward beseata the Isle ot tiakyra
Jfrno, In 'the southernmost part of the
realm. Soon began an eruption x fUrce
and terrible to take place at 'Once
with the historla demonstrations or Vesuvius.
Inhabitant. Floe Wildly.
"The St.oeo Inhabitants of Bakurajlmv
fled wildly In all directions, In a pitiful
quest for food and shelter. Shrieks ot
terror filled the air from one end ot the
Mr4 to the bther From thickly tu
tted villages and from houses embosomed
la groves of oranges, peaches, and plums,
the farmers ran to the shores of the bay.
"Horaea neighed .and snorted In terror
and all manner ot domestic, cattle bel
lowed and cried to be let loose. Many
freed themselves and began a wild
Ktasapede through and over their human
"Many old men refused to try to save
thefeselve and had literally to be
t rawed along- by the younger. Women
as(d children were sent oft first, the
women carrying their infanta slung
Japaae.se fashloa across 'their-backs, their
hands filled with portablo household
goods. Some shielded themselves with
laafctresies, others wore metal and
earthen pots tor helmets. It vu a wild,
hugger-mugger, pellmell rush, a
flight ot Indescribable panic and con
"For alt that the final catastrophe waa
so overwhelming; In Its sudden descent
there had been preliminary warnings.
"Two months before, a traveler reclin
ing leisurely on, the summit of the long
mountain ridge of Yosblnogahara, which
Plunge abruptly down into the water
ot Cagoshlma gulf, was surprised to see
moke drifting from new gullies In the
sides of the Island peak or Mltake, on
"It was a thick bank of smoke. but
from Kagoshlma would be scarcely no
ticed. It at all, only as a fringe of base.
The traveler returned to Kagpshlma and
told a Mend what he had seen, 'We
discussed rather flippantly, perhaps. he
said, afterward, 'what would be likely
to happen If SakuraJIma were actually
to yro off. Now I know a good deal
more or mat than I eyer wished to
"The next warning came Sunday.
January 11, In the form of severe earth
quakes, accompanied by resonant dep
cannonading from the heights ot Saku
raJIma. With increasing violence came
shock after shock. Houses toppled, brick
walls crumbled and from far beneath,
seemingly as from some vast cava of
echo, rose a horrible sound of grinding
and roaring, up through-the quaking
crust' of the" earth.
"By Monday morning the midnight
glow that had spread like a scarlet
canopy over the vent ot tho volcano
changed to an immeasurably lofjy
column ot twisting smoke, laced with
flames, and shot with the trail of fiery
"Dawn.. changed to twilight A great.
slower of ashes rained on the panic
stricken population. Tho ashes became
Vowing cinders and tho cinders flaming
rocks. Sparkling lava, gushliig from the'
mourns or me several craters, leapod'
downward from cliff to cliff and ledge to
"Volcanoes long supposed extinct In
other parts of the realm leaped Into
sympathetic activity, and ashes fell like
snow as far north as the cities of Osaka
and lCobsr-as far south as the Benin
Islands and as far west as Darlen. while
the air was weighted with sulphurous
fumes, and distant Tokyo itself was
mantled In a sinister, yellow cloud,
carrying terror to the masses and. pro
ducing among the most Intelligent and
courngeous .nn Indescribable sense of im
Forests Ar Set Fire.
i "By tils tlmo thejeascades of lava and
the ceoeles metolless rain, of meteors,
had set fire to the sugar cane nnd
bamboo forests. Houses burst Into fire
as if from spontaneous combustion at
every stop. . .
"Arrived at the shore, the villagers and
peasants flung" themt-elves Into sampans,
moored on the beach, or Dlunaed into
tho gulf. The mountain was now a roar
ing furnace and the heat was unbearable.
"From Kagoshlma a doxen steamer
came full speed to the rescue. Their
prompt aid. and that of sailing ,and
rowing craft, saved thousands from
But in the meantime thintr nn
going welt In Kagoshlma Itself. A strong
east wind- filled the streets with hot
ashes and red hot cinders. Houses bo.
gan to collapse under the weight or to
catoh fire frpm the cinders. '
There followed a mnd ruh f in.
habitants, thoroughly lnfi:ted with the
terror of the burned and crazed islond
ers. for the railroad station. Splendid
iii-uipnne mere saved the day. Box
freight cars were backed onto the' sld
Ipgs nnd with remarkable promptness
the crowds were carried northward to
For Ensuing Year
At the annual mcetlnir of th
directors of the Omaha Manufacturers'
association the following officers wero
cnosen ror the ensuing year: V I.
Elllck, re-elected president: it r
vlqe president:. W. J. Monsghan. treas
urcr; w, a. Kins, secretary.
"To 'make Omaha more than ever a
manufacturing city, will be tho policy of
the association for the coming yoar," said
President Elllck after the meeting.
The association this year has a new
body In the Insurance committee, whoso
function will be to get Information lit
regard to fire prevention and Inaugurate
such a campaign among the manufac
turers. Home patronage Is to be another
slogan of the association. The Vnanu
facturers will work harder than ever to
ward the encouragement of the habit of
patronlting homo Industries, as they ea
lite that It Is only by a policy of home
patronage that home manufacturers can
Women are to be Invited to the "Made
In Omaha': dinner of the association. Feb
ruary 1. This Is a subject that has been
debated by the association at a number
of the meetings In the last few wecka.
It was finally decided that the women
are wanted at the dinner.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save Root Vrlnt It Now Beacon Press.
X.lfe Ins.? Tea. rnn Katnal. Soald.
Slsetrlo Bnpplles Durgess-arandon Co.
rid silt y Storage and Van Oo, D. 151S.
State Bank of Omaha 4 per cent paid
on time deposits; 3 per cent paid on sav
ings accounts, ah deposits in this bank
are protected by the depositors' guaran
tee fund of tho stale of Nebraska.
Suspects Discharged S. Collins, Tom
Collins and C. Bellmer, arrested at the
Nebraska houso, Thirteenth and, Doug
las streets, as holdup suspects, wore dis
charged by Judge Foster Saturday morn
Asks for Heavy Damages Edward N.
Campbell has filed suit against tho
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Hallway
company In tho United Statea district
court, asking for JM.OX) for Injuries which
ho Is alleged to have sustained in a col
lision In Council Uluffs on December 18.
Bnysr rinds Conditions Qood C. H.
Pulyer, manager of tho trunk and hat
department at Hayden Bros.' store, has
returned from a buying trip to New
York. "Duslncsf conditions In the east
aro better than I had expected to find
them, but, at that, Omaha Is In better
Shape' than Hhe metropolis, and I believe
that this Is golntr to be a banner year for
Omaha, ho sBjld,
JCyder is Cleaning Streets Street
Commissioner J. ,J. Hydcr has begun work
of cleaning streets and crossing of drlCt
snow following the Storm, during which
only absolutely necessary work was done
toward keeping streets In 'condition for
Unimpeded traffic. A large force of men
are clearing down town crossings and
keeping the drift snow oft the walks and
crossings In tho busier sections.
Old Officers Re-Xleotsd The present
officers pf the Omaha. Hotel Men's asso
ciation were re-elected to sorve' for an
other year1 at the annual meeting held
at the Henshaw yesterday afternoon.
The are; P. H. Phllbln, president T.
J. O'Brien, vice president! Irvln A. Med
lar, secretary-treasurer. The' organiza
tion made Its usual contribution and
guarantee ot support to the Auto show,
to be held at the Auditorium the fast
week In February.
Blalng Oar Conductor Bankrupt List
ing tho majority of his debts aa those con
tracted In behalf of his father. Ward C.
Allen, a dining car conductor In the
employ of the Union Pacific railroad, has
filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy
In the United States district court in
Omaha. Ot his total assets listed, he
claims exemption ot clothing, books,
uniform and typewriter used In his busi
ness, nnd says that $$.000 Ufo Insurance,
which he lists as an asset, has no cash
value. Ills debts total $2,01117 and are
unsecured claims held chiefly by cred
itors In Cheyenne, Wyo.
the amount of additions made to th
property of the compony and all deduc
tions tn order to bring the physical val
uation reports up to as near as possible
the present time. Formerly the reports
have been about two years behind, but
In this way It Is hoped to bring down
to at least only a year back
HrlnatnK Hnulpmrnt to Dnte.
Assistant nnglneer Kates of tho phys
ical valuation department of the railway
comrrlfKlon will go to Kansas City, St.
Paul. St. Loul. Omaha and other points
next week to securo additional Informa
tion as to equipment purchased and v
cato.' by the different roads. The Ne-
brasl-i commission has tho reputation
over the country of having the latest
and most complete Information along
these lines of any commission In the
country, nnd frequently other commis
sions call upon the NebroskA commission
for reliable Information along equipment
Seed Kxpcrt nt Work.
Miss Loulso Allen, the newly appointed
pure seed expert, returned from Omnha
this morning, where she Inspected nu
merous seed houses and dealers. A great
deal of the seed Inspectei was pronounced
all right, but she brought back with her
fifty-two samples which she will put to
the test. Tho samples consist mostly of
alfalfa, red clover and timothy. When
askod If she met with any opposition to
her Inspections, she roplled that every
body seemed anxious to have their stock
inspected and every assistance was given
her that she could desire.
Protest ARnlnst tlonds.
State Auditor Howard has received a
communication from H. D. Ithea of Lex-
carrlprt by the vote ot one man. who
had been In the town only thirty days,
when the law requires his. residence
ninety days. The bonds came to the
audltrr's of (Ire some tlmo ago, but wero
returned for corrections as they were not
In sape, to puss muster.
Xo Meat In Depot.
People of tho town ot Stelnniier havo
entered a complaint to tho railway com
mission against the way In which th"
railroad company at that town runs the
stovo In tho depot They only keep heat i
up In tho daytime, nnd three trains stop
there at times when there Is no heat.
Two of theso trains slop In the evening
after tho fire has gone out and one comes
along In the morning before the tiro Is
started. They also complain that there
Is no walk to the depot nnd that the
stockyards aro In a low place nnd not In
a good condition. Stcinauer Is lh Paw
nee county on the ltock Island railroad.
Tvrn Cotintlc Dellunnent.
But two counties, those of Olnlne nnd
Keyu Pnha, aro dcllnqnrnt In their re
ports to tho state treasurer, the rest re
porting and showing t9SS.SJ0.78 which the
county treasurers had In their hands be
longing to the state tho first ot the year.
People havo been criticizing state offi
cials because tho registered bonds of the j
stato were not paid off, but th. statement I
that county treasurers had enough money
... ...u. iiai.ua uiriuiia.iib iw mv
which It they had sent In would have
I settled the situation, ought to stop all
The fcdcrul grand Jury took an ad
journment last night over Sunday and
will take up the wohk again at 11 o'clock
Monday morning. J. If. Matters was still
before the Jury when they adjourned yes
Instant Itclicf, Pcrnmnrnt Cure
Trial Pncknge .Mailed Free to
All In Plnln Wrapper.
We want every man and woman, suf
fering from the exciutlatlng torture or
piles to Just snd their name and address
to us and get. by mnrn mall, a free trial
package of the most effective and posi
tive cure ever known for this disease,
Pyramid Pile Remedy.
The way to prove what this great rem
edy will do In your own case, Is to Just
fill out free coupon and send to us and
you will get, by return mall, a tree sam
ple of Pyramid Pile Remedy.
Then, after you havo proven to your
self what It can do. you will go to the
druggst and get a 60-cent bonr..nnm
Don't undergo nn operation. Operations
aro rarely a BUeces.i and fe" .if"
terrible consequences. Pyramid Pile Rem
edy reduces all Inflammation, makes con
gestion. Irritation. Itching, oc an
ulcers disappear and the piles slmpiy
" For sate nt all drug stotcs at BO cents
Ington protesting against the filing of tcrday and wilt appear again and fln!sh
the electric lighting bonds voted by tho ' his examination when the Jury" recon
town of Overton In the amount of W.500 ' vencs. It Is expected that It will be well
for nn electric lighting plant In that toward the end of the week before they
town. He states that tho bonds Were ' finish their labors.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
Fill out tho blank tines below with
your namo nnd address, cut , out cou
pon and mall to the PYRAMID DRUG
CO., 408 Pyramid Dldg.. Marshall,
Mich. A trial package of the great
Pyramid Pllo Remedy ' will then be
sent you nt once by mall, FREE, In
of University is j
to Spread Truth!
Rev. Francis B. Cassllly, A J., member
ot the faculty of Crelghton university, In '
delivering the annual Founder's day ser
mon at St. John's church. Twenty-fifth
and California streets, Saturday evening,
sounded u note of Warning against the
rabid reformers of Jho country'.
The sermon followed the celebration of
sotemn high mass In honor Ot Edward
and Count John A. Crelghton. founders
ot the university. Rev. J. W. McCarthy,
pastor of St. Peters church, aeted as
celebrant of the mass; Rev, Uernard
Slnne, pastor of Bt. Mary Magdalene's,
deacon; Rev. John Hoard, chuplaln ot St.
James' orphanage, subdeoron; Rev, J, W.
Stonson of Bt. Phlloiriena's, 'master of
Rev. Mr. Cassllly In his address said:
"The proper functions ot a university aro
HTTlfiTIPVR "RPPl T'jllfft Tjfinrf thought and netlon, and such were the
XlUlltJyb rCCl lJlVC iJCdU purposes our founders had In view. In
or Your Back Hurts, Take Salts :ttel:H&S&
j men. become n leader to guide them along
the way ot probity and wisdom. Who
tlnles of state, to pilot a nation safely
through the shoals of dishonor and dan
ger, than one who has been trained to
wisdom and schooled In Judgment?
"Such were the founders ot our repub-
lie and such must be the men who will '
guiae our nsuon in ma luiurr. woo xo i
that people whose leaders are blind lead
ers of the blind. They are doomed to
early decay and extinction. Clear minds
and strong hearts are needed by our
country at this Juncture, and It has a
right to look to our Christian colleges
for them." ,
W M.t too much meat, whioh
dogs JCidneya, and they need
a flushing ocouionally.
No tMkn or winn who eats meat regu
larly oon make a mistake by flushing
tfc kidneys occasionally, says a well
kfcewn authority. Meat forms urlo add
wfelsto docs the kldasy pores so they
slugsjlhty filter or strain only part ot
the waste and poison from the blood,
then yea cet sick. Nearly all rbsuma-
ttsSB, bee4cbs, I4vr trouble, nervous-
)Mv MnsttpattM, dizziness, oleepleas-
. MaMer eUsordets come from slug
TVs ssesssst you feel a dull ache In
the hits us or year back hurts, or It
the urfe is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment. Irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scolding, get
about four ounces' ot Jsd Salts from any
rtllable pharmacy and take a tablespoon-
ful In a gloss ot water before brsakfast
for a fw days and your kidneys will
then aet fine. This famous salts Is md
from the acid ot grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with llthla and has ben
used for generations to flush ologged
kidneys and stimulate them to activity,
also to neutralise the acids In urine so
It no longer causes Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and cannot
Injure; makes a delightful effervescent
Uthlo-water drink, which all regular ratal
aters should 'take now and then, to keep
the kidneys clean and the blood pure,
thereby avoiding serious kidney eo repli
Oxford Ten in llmtru,
LONDON. Feb. 7.-The Cambridge unU
verslty eleven beat the Oxford team by
two goats to one In the annual Inter-
orally association football match played
odsy at Queens club
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBMBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSBMBSBaaSBBBiaSieSIBSSeBBIBSSBSeiBBBSaSISB1SSBS Sill I I I HI I , III T rrTTr.THf 7TTlT 7SSSTSSMBlBSMBfc.ir,-
ANOTHER WBBIC OP PHENOMENAL BARGAINS. Wo nre showing
Values that have never been equaled in the furniture history of
Ortlaha. If you did not attend the sale last week, don't fall to come
this week. It Is impossible to show In Illustrations what you will find
"hero In tho way bt money-saving opportunities. But wo'H say this:
This sale Is bound to Uvo long In the memory of those who are wise
enough to take advantage of our sale prices.
THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF. BARGAINS IN FURNI
TURE, Stoves, Rugs, Carpets and every conceivable luxury
or necessity that goes to furnish the home. No matter what you need
an extra rocker or a complete outfit for your entire home you can
buy It hero at a reduction of 15 to 50 from regular retail prices;
tako a year or more to payyour bill, If you wish.
LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS ON EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK
m u u m mi
SOLID OAK SEVEN PIECE DININ R OM SET
1 ' BEAUTIFUL SOLID OAK BUFFET,
A RARE BARGAIN OFFER IN SEVEN-PIECE MASSIVE DINING ROOM SET. Made with two small drawers, orm
THIS BEAUTIFUL AND LARGE Six quarter sawed oak chalrx, upholstered In genuine Imperial leather with heavy large drawer and extra roomv cup-
SIZED COLONIAL DBESSER is made panel backs, hand rubbed and brilliantly polished. Tablo has large (TJ-J Q(? board below. Hnndsomely fitted with
nivo wiiii. uui tu vra t.uvy -j m ariiBiic woou Knous, rrencn nevoiea
uly for this week, at....... plate mirror supported with five col-
h..i.bniii nf AmArlciin nuartered top. six-loot oxtens on. Pedestal is mass
oak brilliantly polished. The entire feet This remarkable set offered specially
front has serpentine effect, wun two
wish and two large drawers. -Tha
mirror Is of large site, pattern
Shaped. A great
bargain at this
ELEGANT GENUINE LEATHER PARLOR SUITE
Have massive frames mi l
upholstering is or genuine
Constructed throughout of the very best of materlnl.
finished in a rich shade of Mahocaiilzed Uirch. The
high grade leather, over full set of steel springs. The design Is
simple yet artistic. A most sensational bargain for this sale,
at the low price of
OLD STYLE MISSION ROCKER.
Vrnmn made entirely of sDeclal Be
fee ted solid oak, beautUulty fumed.
Upholstered In guaranteed Spanlsn
Fabrlcold leather. You ennriot possl
hlv dunllcate this oualltv at this
bargain price anywnere
in Omaha. This week
Hartman's Famous Specialty
$5.00 A MONTH
The Greatest Outfit on Earth for the Money.
Ask for Our Outfit Expert.
ASTONISHING UNIFOLD TYPE
BED DAVENPORT BARGAIN
LARGE SIZED FOLDING CARD
TABLE. Con be had in mahogany.
? olden or fumed osl; wtth either green
elt or Imitation leather top. Folds
up completely aa shown In Illustra
tion. Top measures 30x30 Inches. lias
nickel ends and sTf QP
strongly made. J)I27J
Vory special at
STYLE PR I N
Is mads of
A tn e rlcan
imlta tl o n
oak. base has
i full Dwelled
ted w 1 t n
Mirror is of
It t p e d.
A truly, re
nt a r kable
value at this
THIS HANDSOME UNIFOLD BED DAVENPORT Is made of high
seasoned wood, beautifully finished In American quartered Imi
tation oak. The upholstering is of guaranteed Imperial leather over
full set or oil-temperea aieci springs. iYn?u upeiieu "i1 n i u wi
A child can opera
for this week at
alsed bed, complete with separate steel springs. (Pf7 Qr
A child can operate It. A most amazingly value J)Zj.yJ
tnr thlH irik at
1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST.
A WONDERFUL, VALUE IN A 9x11 VELVET
rug A very special offering In a high grade rug
In all the very newest floral and Oriental de
signs W oven of selected yarn and have no mitre
seaiim. v in oeauury any room
in juur nouse anu specially
priced for this sale at
Made of highly seu
Honed wood and very
complete, with roomy
drawers, china com
tins, etc, Of
last at this
e x t r emely
amns. Wonderfully built , f ftp
irom top to Dottom and Jl J I , ZITj M
B. decided unriraln nt
SrASSIVE COMFORT ROCKEH.
Framo made throughout ot selected
American quartered Imitation oait,
strongly constructed and wonderfully
braced. Back and seat upholstered In
guaranteed Imperial leather, edges
artistically nifried. a
handsome and BhApely JtJ.zJIj
rocker at this low price