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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEEr Jt LI 2(i, 191.
.SWISS NAYY BULL NOW UP TO
CULERTON SHOTAHD ROBBED
Northwestern Freight Train Brake
man Attacked by Two Negroes.
POSSX SEABCHES FOR MEN
Aasaalt Made. While Train Htnpn
at LonUnd fttatlon to rick
Up Some Cr on
Robert Culerton. a brakeman on North
western train No, 133, eastbound special I
freight, was held up, robbed and shot by
two negroes at Loveland at 11:30 Thurs
day night. The train had stopped to pick,
up foma curs and Culerton had Bone to
the rear end to make the coupling when
he wtt confronted by the two men who
had climbed upon a cor. The braJteman
ordered the men from the train and was
instantly attacked. Ho swung his Inn
tern to good advantage and got In one
Wow on the head ot the smaller of the
two negroes, when the larger of the two
fired at him. The bullet plowed a fur
row along the side of his neck, but did
not penetrate deep enough to Inflict a
dangerous Injury. The negroes then
robbed Culerton ot his watch and all ot
the money he had In his pockets. They
Jumped from the train and disappeared
In a cornfield.
With the blood streaming from hU
nook, Culerton made hla way to the sta
tion and told Station Agent Dalley he had
been shot by two negroes. Dr. Helsr,
the company's physician at Missouri Val
ley, went to Loveland on an engine nntl
dressed the Injured man's wounds.
Posse were immediately, formed and
the surrounding country searched. Early
In the day a big negro was found hiding
In a cornfield after he had been followed
by bis tracks from a point near the sta
tion. Sheriff Lindsev was notified, and
accompanied by Deputy Sheriff Unthank,
went to Loveland and brought the man
to Council Bluffs, He said his name was
Also Parker. He fits very well the de
scription of the larger of the two men
who attacked the brakeman. He at first
denied that he hod been at Loveland, but
afterward admitted thRt he was hoboing
with three other ngroos, all of whom
were carrying revolvers. His story was
partly corroborated and railroad officers
were on cloie track of the men last even
ing. Culerton Uvea at Boone, la. He wan
able to return to his homo on his own
Reports received by railroad detectives
how that two negroes held up and
robbed half a doren box car travelers be
tween Council Bluffs and Loveland
Bender and Nye to
Fight for Honor
I IHHUiBHI -WgaHaT .X3KACXJJ! I I
MADERO'S BROTHER LEADS
BRIGADE ON CAPITAL.
of the Navy Department.
WASHINGTON, July 28.-Th State de-
partmtnt has shifted the blame for the
Inviting of tho "Swiss navy" to take part
n tho Panama canal opening ceremonies
to the shoulders of the secretary of the
navy. It is declarod that Secretary
Daniels personally supervised tho sending
out of the Invitation.
man said his natno waa John Brown and
that ho waa from Chautauqua, Kan. Tho
girl signed the name of Reba Standley to
the marriage license register and sold hor
home was nt Abilene, Kan. 8he seemed
to be an unsophisticated country girl,
with a fresh and Innocent fuce and gentle
manners. She said very llttlo and ap
peared ns If dazod. Tho negroes said tho
whole party come from Kansas for the
The fifth annual tournament of the
Southwestern Iowa Lawn Tennis associa
tion will oloso today after the most suo
cesiful meet In Its history. It has been
under way since- Tuesday and the tennis
courts of tha Council Bluffs Rowing asso
ciation At Man aw a have bees thronged
by players from twenty-eight southwest'
era Iowa, towns white crowds of vlsitora
have been attracted. The tournament
witl close thlo afternoon after some of
the most Important games ot the tourna
ment have been played.
One of the oloetng events will do the
final double match at 3:80 between Dean
and Rathke of Olenwood, and Browning
and Child of Lennox. An equally Im
portant event will begin at 4 o'clock
when Frank Bender of Counoll Bluffs and
Frank Nye of North bo ro will enter tho
final contest that will decide the cham
pl&nshlp In singles. Nye now holds the
championship and Bender Is the only man
In the association who can contest It
Bender has done"- some phenomenal
work. He won hla way Into the finals
Thursday and Nye, after winning two
hard sets from Joe Watson of the Bluffs'
"T," was compelled to win his third set
yesterday. The score waa 6-1, 7-8 and 6-4.
Dean and Rathke had a task to per
fofm yesterday to work their way Into
the double. They had to defeat Work
man and Bhiriey, the crack Olenwood
players In an exciting match. Browning
and Child, the only others to reach the
finals in the double, did so by defeat
tng Ross and and Foster Nye ot Bhen
Tho finals In the consolation singles
wilt be played this morning. Melvi
Moore ot Council Bluffs will play tho
winner ot a match between "Witt ot Red
Oak and Ross of Shenandoah to decide
who will meet Parker ot Shenandoah in
the consolation finals.
Frank Nye, singles champion, and hla
partner in doublet, Parker of Shenan
doah. defeated Ritchie of Shenandoah and
Witt' of Red Oak In the finals of the
consolation double, winning pairs of ten
xtls shoea put up aa prises by a Counoll
A feature match yesterday afternoon
nas when C. C
'Woodbine. Ia-, aged 49 years, challenged
"W. N. Creal of Northboro, la., presi
dent of the association, and a player In
the tournament, to a match. Creal Is
also 40 years old. Creal won, the final
core being S-3, $-1, Besides being post
mailer at Northboro,' Mr. Creal is city
clerk, proprietor ot a general merchan
dise store, head of the Odd Fellows lodge
there, singer in the choir of the First
Christian church and Is prominent in
Frank Nye of Northboro beat Joe Wat
son of Council Bluffs, 6-1, 7-8, 6-4.
Dean and Rathke of Olenwood beat
Wrokman and' Stilroy Of Olenwood, 5-7,
Browning ana cnncis oi ienojc cent
West Part of Town
farm- The man had apparently been
dead about two weeks.
The man waa apparently about 65 years
old. Bxamlnatlon of the clothing failed
to dlaolose anything to estubllnh his Iden
tity. A cheap watch, two Keys ana l-cent
In money were the only things found in
his Docket. He had evidently walked
along tho highway and had tain down
underneath the sheltering roadside tree.
Coroner Cutler ordered the body to be
buried nt once.
Permits 'Are Issued
Jensen Bros., architects and minding
contractors, filed applications yesterday
at tho city building for building permit
aggregating W,O00. The permits coll for
work on sixteen buildings, tho most ex
pensive of which Is a store building in
process of construction for Ralph H. Wil
liams at If) Broadway. Contrary to gen
eral expectations at the beginning of tho
season tho amount of Investments in
enterprises this year will exceed the rec
ord of last yenr Tho permits taKcii ny
the Jensens yesterday follow:
Harrv T. Black, residence, Roosevelt
and Military avenues, $3,600.
Crecho addition, 723 Bast Pierce street,
$1,600. , , ,
Frank F. Everest, garage, 12j Third
Fred D. Bmpkle, garage, iio uiuir. sireei,
Fred Happ, garage, sni uaKianu avenue,
II. A. Larsen. remofloung 701 inrsi n ve
A. Metzger & Co., new ironi, ui woai
R. H. Williams, store building. 150-152
West Broadway, $11,000.
Dr. C. 10. Woodbury, garage, a willow
Adolph ileno, now trom ana auamon in
rear, 834 Broadway, $2,000.
Woodbury estato, fi03 Bluff street, re
n odellmf. $2,400.
W. H. Kltlpack. addition, 140 Orant
L. II. Jensen, residence no vino street.
J. I), long. addition, 615 East Pleroe
Mary C. Nutt. store ftunaing, on west
Broadway, fG.OQO. .
Man Hears Last Call
Ooorgo H. Brown, 63 years old and for
tho last forty-four years an employe of
the furniture firm ot 8. B. Keller and the
Keller-Parnsworth company, died yester
day morning at his home, 626 Mynster
street, of heart trouble.
Until the last few months Mr. Brown
had enjoyed excellent health and for the
long period of forty-tour years seldom
missed a day from his work at the store.
There was no part of the business that
ho waa not familiar with and in relation
to the business he stood at the head, en
Joying always tho absolute confidence of
the owner. No business man in the town
had a wldor circle of acquaintances.
Mr. Brown is survived by his widow
and one sister, Mrs. Clara Koys, of New
castle, Wyo, Ho was one of tho older
members of the First Congregational
church, tho Odd Fetlows, Woodmen of
the World nnd other fraternal organiza
tions. The funeral will probably be hold
on Biinday at tho residence. Burial will
terpret Intermittent signaling by brain
It Is however, very desirable to Induce
one's fellow citizen to think methodically
to give duo voluo to evidence of foot
and to distinguish it from fancy, opinion
and hopei In fact, to distinguish "that
which Is" and can be shown to "be" from
that which " might be" or "may be" and
i-an be fondly Imagined and eloquently
talked about, but Is never demonstrated,
produced or shown to be.
If urniMitu nnw that thoueh somo of the
I believers of tolepathy have entertained
j the notion that the sense organs nnd the
ai.DHtance or me Drain are acieu on oy
Imaginary brain waves emanating from
distant brains, the lato F. Myers and
other loading believers In "telepathy" dis
avow altogether any explanation of "tel
epathy" as arising from the action of
waves or Impulse upon the sense organs
or physical structures of the recipient.
The orthodox view appears to bo now
that there Is something called "spirit,"
Independent of matter nnd Is associated
modes of motion, nnd that "telepathy" is
due to the communication of spirits with
spirits in their own nnd possibly unknown
There does not seem to bo much for a.
rousonable man to say when such as
sumptions are made, except that they are
assumptions, and altogether unwarranted
assumptions. Are the statements as to
facts, which are said to necessltato the
stinDosltion that one human mind can
CIIIHrjAHUA. Mexico, July a.-M e I communicate with another without niak-
OBNERAL RAOUL MADETtO.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Zaragoza brigade under tho command
of General Rnoul Madero, brother of tho
murdered president, will bo the first of
General Villa's army of tho north to en
ter Mexico City when It Is tuken by the
rebels. The strength of the combined
brigades on their way to the capital is
BRAIN WAVES. NOTHING DOING
Experiments Show tt In Imnixslble
to Transfer delected Thoughts
from One Mind to Another.
In the course of an interesting Investi
gation Sir Ray Lakeator, K. O. B.. F. R.
deals decisively with tho delusions of
telepathy. There Is no knowledge says
ho, of the exiBtonce ot "brain waves,"
nor do the persona who talk of them tell
In what material these waves are sup
posed to occur.
But let it bo assumed that thceo hyn-
theucal brain waves exist. How Is ono
to supposo they ore "received" by a sec
ond brain 7
Tnero Is no apparatus In connection
with the human brain which can reason
ably be Bupposod to act as a "detector"
and convert these supixjsod brain waves
into a sensible form, as is necessary in
tho operation of wireless telegraphy.
Moreover, suppose that thore Is some
undiscovered detector apparatus, like the
Marconi coherer, acting so as to receive
tho undiscovered, but assumed, brain
waves discharged Intermittently by a dis
tant brain; what agreement has been
made between the owner of one brain and
the owner of nnothor corresponding to the
Morse alphabet? Without some such code
the brain waves could convey no such
Information; and yet none of thoso who
think they have received "telepathic"
communications profess to have any.
knowledge of a codo or to be able to In-
ing use of the ordinary channels of tho
senses, sufficiently well supported to
warrant their acceptance?
A scries of experiments wero made in
which the aim was to transfer selected
Imagoa from an Initiating to a receiving
mind by mere thought, and without any
appeal to tho eenso organs.
The reality of the transfer was esti
mated by comparing the number ot
identities obtained' In tho thought ot the
initiator and tho guess of tho receiver
with thoso which would havo been ob
tained by mete coincidence In a long
serieu ot trials.
It is a curious and significant fact that
In a long series of experiments In this
thought transfer acting ns initiator and
receiver respectively were In eeporate.
rooms the guess of tho receiver as to
what had been thought of by the initiator
was hot more frequently corroct than
was to bo expected by unbiased coinci
dence. But when the receiver and the initiator
woro In the same room ninety successes
wero recorded In 617 trials, where, if due
to unbiased coincidence, there should
have been only eight.
Tho stories of apparitions of distant
persons to their friends, either at somo
very critical moment or at or sooft- after
doath, are "credible in so far as they re-
, cord the occurrence now and then oC
such hallucinations. New York Press.
Hare Hoot Print It Now Beacon Press.
XUf Monthly Income Gould, Bee Bldg.
ridslty Storage and Tan Oo Doug 1616.
Ughtlnjr Tlzturs Burgcsss-Granden
Wanted, Oood City Xoan Prompt
closing. First Trust Company of Omaha,
When yon know gas lighting you pre
fer it. Omaha Qaa Co., 1603 Howard St.
"Today complete movie Program
may be found on the first page ot the
classified section today, and sppear in
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out whal
tho various moving picture theaters offer.
Wild Heat at Large Is an attraction
at the Alrdome, Thirtieth and Farnam.
It is a two-reel vltagraph. It shows how
tho population of a village was driven
cut by animals, who took possession.
Nebraska Saving and Z,osn Ass'n
ls organized under the State -Uulldtng
and Loon Law and offers an Ideal plan
for savers or Investors. $1.00 to f5.p0u.0C"
Picnic at Gorman Borne A picnic will
be given Sunday at German Home park,'
South Thirteenth street. There? wll'r be
a musical program and dancing In the
Awarded Damage Essie Wallace.
who brought suit v against tho city of 1 nround.'
Omaha In 1911 for .damao resulting to
her real estato from the construction of
tho Buncrott street viaduct, waa awarded
a Judgment of $1,000 by Judge Sears. She
asked damages aggregating $3,050.
Voluntary Bankruptcy Petition Ka
nouse & Shoemaker, a co-partnership
composed of Charles O. Kanouse and
Clifford A. Shoemaker, has filed a vol
untary petition in bankruptcy in the
United States district court, listing the
debU of the firm at$?1.60 and the as
sets at practically nothing.
Socialist to Optn Campaign Local
socialist wilt open their state campaign
tomorrow afternoon at Seventeenth and
Vinton streets, where Fred J. Warren,
candidate for congress, will deliver an
address, A canvas.cpvcrcd alrdome has
been secured to accommodate the audi
ence. Tho socialists will make their
chief fight for Warren.
Describes Allegsd Cruelty Raohael
Ellen Davlfl, who has filed suit for di
vorce from Frank I Davis, In her pe
tition states that her husband beat her
with bed slats and fists, threatened to
burn her mother's home, sold liquor, per
mitted his customers to become too
familiar with her and deserted her. They
were married nt lied Oak, la., in 1905.
Canoes Mast Carry Lights Not only
must rowboats carry some sort of n
ivhito lantern to display In time to pre
vent collision with other boat, but
canoes muat bo equipped In trie same
manner, according to Captain Mac
(Donald, superv!ilng Inspector for the
government, who was In Omaha last
- PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
.Dr.R. W. Connell, city health oommls--sloner,
and a party of friends have gone
tb Sheridan. Wyo., whero thoy will spend
two weeks hunting nnd fishing "and loaf
Master Wesley Rumel. son of Mr. and
Mrs. 'S. J, Itumel of Florence, who has
been visiting in Clinton and Cedar Rapids,
la., and points In Illinois the last month,
is expected homo Monday.
Henry C. Peterson of Bloomfleld, who
Is seeking the republican nomination tor
railway commissioner, spent tho day in
Omaha on his way to Lincoln, where he
will remain until after the convention.
Mr. Peterson is the cashier of the Farm
ers and Merchants State bank in his
nnme town, nnd is accompanied by
Editor "W. H. Needham of the Bloomflela
Burglars, who have terrorized tho west
ern part oi the olty, selecting women.
whoso husbands work, at night for the
rvlotlms, committed a fresh outrage about
U o'clock Thursday nlgtV Mrs. Martha be In Falrvlew cemetery,
RlMnPlir KJrAtir1 rkrillas tt'na Viatfttftail 1 ""
Into insensibility and her houso robbed T.QWTl SwintTS &t LfiSS
th0l: 'Ze,r:.: th8 nc,8H Than Cost to Make
Mr. Spencer's husband Is employed at
the car barna-sovcral blocks from their $3.Ki buys n four-paBsenger lawn swing,
home and worka on the night hlft. She eight feet high, eight-foot base, five and
had fallen Into a light sleep about mid-1 a half feet wide, thirty-one Inch seats,
nlxht and was aroused bv the noise made I well made, well bolted, well braced,
by a man engaged In ransacking an ad- Pointed $4.05 buys a porch or low lawn
Joining room. Sho nroso and striking a "wing; can bo used on either poroh or
match entered tho rnnm unit ennfrnntil lawn, Base tour ana a nail uy HVO leet,
a vllloinous-looklng ruffian. Sho ordered standards ana base maaaor neavy wooa.
him out. but with a laugh he sprang at runted reu. wen nonea. wen oracea,
itiuicr can uo But ui m n, taw iiuiiuiub,
her and struck her with his fist. Then
In the darkness ot tho room, Mrs. Spen
cer engaged In a fearful struggle with
the man. Sho screamed repeatedly, while
he kpt striking her in tho face and
trying to seize her by tho throat Sho
finally sank to the floor unconscious and
the neighbors rushed In the man was
endeavoring to gag ner ay rorcing a
handkerchief into her mouth. He ran
from the house and disappeared In tho
Investigation showed that th man had
searched the house ana had found a
smalt quantity ot money , and some
Moll us your order with shipping Instruc
tions. J. Zoller Mercantile company, 100-
102.104-lOd Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Frank Beno Dies
A. Frank Beno, 16-yeor.old on of Mr,
nnd Mrs. Adolph Beno, died yesterday
morning at the Edmundson hospital after
an Illness of two weeks from appendi
citis. An operation was performed ev-
nv n Tim hnv was born in
Neighbors called the police u.f. nnrt one of the brisrht-
officer and a physician. Mrs. Spencer! Btuuent8 ln tlw ,,igh school and tho
wo found to have been painfully bruised Jdol of pnrent8. Tn9 Dody was re-
ana Burrenng rrom tne snoon. j no man movtlA lo tho Iumlly home. 205 Frank
had kicked' her several tlmss in Uie ab- h. funernl will be held
dtmen und aide. She was under the care 8unaay mornlng at 10 o'clock. The serv
of a doctor all yesterday and her con- .. . Vu nnrtuotrt hv Rev. Mr. Bux.
dltlon last evening was not good. She
was near nervous prostration all day,
Police officer searched the neighbor
hood throughout a greater portion ot the
night and detectives worked all day yes.
terday on the case. Mrs. Spencer was
unablo to give more than a general
description of the man, which In a gen-
Haa. a banker from.81 wtt corresponds with that given
uy Airs, i eier uonneuy, wno was await
ened by being dragged from her bed at
1:80 o'clock in the morning by one of
two men, who had entered her home
without arousing her. Mrs. Donnelly lives
In the same neighborhood.
Halt a dozen other attacks have been
made on the homes of people of the west
ern part ot the city within the last week.
Sunday night about midnight two visit
were made at the home of Rich Clancy
within ten minutes, ltoth times the man
was seen. The first time Mr. Clancy was
aroused a tho party was removing a
window screen. Clanoy picked up an In
dian club and threw the club at the man,
who dodged it. Then ho went outside and
threw a brick or two before tho man
started to move. Clancy then went Into
iroaur Nye and Ros of Shenandoah, K-t.jthe house and loaded a revolver. Ten
ton. Burial will be in tne ueno pioi in
Walnut Hill cemetery.
Connell Blnffa Offio of
Th Bss 1 at 14 zrorth
isaln St. Tslsjhon 43.
Omaha real estate la the best Investment
you could make. Read The Bee' real
Movements of Ocean Steamers.
r-ort. Arrlftd. Kill.
YOKOHAMA Chicago Mini.
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NEW YOUK IlreiUu
NEW YOIIK i..I'hlUdelphl.
A. Hospe Co.
1513 Douglas St.
"40 Years Personally Conducted
mm h i H n a n tss
m vfMT l ft 11 U H ft W .1 frinrrte
JIhe splendid response to our free gift offer last week tempts ns to continue same
for this coming week. Remember this rocker is GIVEN TO YOU FREE without
any extra charge and goes with the LOW prices that prevail THROUGHOUT the
house during the LAST week of our BIG JULY CLEARANCE SALE, and don't for
get we offer you during this sole the
Dining Room Chairs
$1.60 values, 'shaped wood
seats, brace arms, sale "JQfj
)2.60 Solid Oak I Mt
Choirs, very stylish P 1 itJ
JS.DO Genuine Leath- (I OC
er Box Beat Diners, QllOO
$1.75 Sewing Rockero, QQ
well made, sale price..''
$6 Parlor Rockers, 7C
pretty styles, price I w
$8, $9 and $10 Rock- Q QC
or, in one bis lot WVifO
FINALS CONSOLATION DOtrRLKS.
Prank Nye of "Nortiibdro and Parker of
Shenandoah beat Ritchie of Hhenandoah
and Witt of Red Oak, 4-, -2. 6-J.
White Woman and
Colored Man Wed
Twcnty-flre people wttnesaed the mar
rU yeeterday afternoon of a colored
ailta and a nicely dresd and rood-look.
1b younjr white erlrl. The ceremony was
performed by Justice Cooper and tho in
ddet attracted the crowd.
The negro weighed about o potsnds and
th white girl about U0 pounds, .He was
Uly ,dreeed and too Illiterate to epell the
same of the woman.
The girl was the opposite In every re
spect. She garer her f as . but ap
peared to be younger. The negro .said ha,
wis SI and appeared to be considerable
plder. They were accompanied by three
aegrot who acted as witnesses. The
minute later the man was discovered
breaking into the houie through a win
dow opening on u porch. Three shots
were fired at the Intruder, v.-ho wont
away slowly swearing and threatening,
of Man Found
By Side of the Road
The body of an old man, who evidently
had laid down to rest when weary from
travel and heat, and died from exhaus
tion, was found yesterday afternoon about
6:80 o'clock, one mile at of Neola on
the river to river road. He had taken
shelter underneath a tree .which stood In
a field about twenty feet from the road,
the bough came almost to Uie ground
nnd with the growth of weeds surround
ing Jt the body wa entirely concealed
from vl"'. 't waa found by Chris
Chriatensen. who waa cutting weeds
along the fence on
Vlctrola, $1E. A. Hospe Co,
Plate luneh at Tony' cafe, 25o.
Corrlgans, undertakers Phone 143. ,
Woodiing Undertaking Co. Tel. 339.
GARDNERS PRESS, printing. Phone U. I
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone (T,
Eyes examined, glasses titled. Let ftrt'a.
Hoard and room at 113 tiouth Sixth
street. Telephone lted 1GU.
BRADLEY ELECTRIC CO, WIRING
AND FIXTURES. PHONE SSJ.
TO SAVE OR TO BORROW, SEE C. R
Mutual Uldg. and Loan Ass'n, 1U Pearl.
We have the most complete stock ofi
nice, straight Tennessee red cedar poles
to be found anywhere, C, Hafcr Lum
ber Co. I
illta Edna and lister Carlson and their)
mother ot Denver, Colo., are vUlttng atl
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Otto,
S3) Pierce street. i
Mlta Vera Saunders, daughter ot Colonel I
and Mrs. C. O. Saunders, left last evenlug
ror a Drier visit witn rnenas in v0"
Moines. She will go from there to Delta,
where she will visit her grandmother.
Our paint Is mixed with pure Unseed oil
and the deUred tints which form a per
fect combination, produce a, smooth.
i elastic flint, wbtoh expands and contracts
with the surface It proteota. Only years
VI nr will iviiiuil ita v u v w "
an estimate on your work, we can please
you. 1L Uorwlck, 111 South Main street.
r L- VMiafArHBV mnrnlnr t thA U
family home, 630 Mynster street, from I
heart trouble, after seven months' lit-,
nes. He is survived by hi wife and
one sister. Mrs. Elmer Key of New.'
castle. Wyp. Mr. Urown was born In
Canada, and had been a resident of this
city tor nearly fifty yean. For the last
lorty-four year he dad been conneoted
with tlie S. 8. Keller. Furniture company ,
He was a member of the First ConirreEa
tlonal church. Council Bluffs lodge No. 13,
Independent Order of Odd Fellow. Coun
cil Illufts Iixltfe Mo. s, uaugniera or
$7.60 values, five heavy lees, 6 ft. ex
,tenslon slides sale 0 0 QC
$20.00 Pedestal Tables, circular tons,
fumed oak finish sale tj J gY 5
V2750 'pedestal 'Tables, your choice of
volden oak or fume finish $1675
$"795 for This Massive
- LIBRARY TABLE
tared oak, sale
te red oak,
$765 for This $12.50
Has three large drawers.
oak, sale price
ter sawed oak.
$7.60 va I u es,
ther, sale price,
$12.50 val u es,
fold with a sin
$25.00 values, solid oak frames.
fabrlcold leather upholstering-,
automatic opening at, I Q Cn
tachment. Bale prlco
$46.00 Duofold or Untfold Daven
ports, genuine quartered oak
frames, massively built, uphol-
sterea in raDricota
leather, sale price . ,
$095 for a $17.50
O Pedestal Pable
Has square instead of round
pedestal, claw feet, large circu
$10.00 values, bent or square glass ende,
adjustable ends, adjustable shelves
with room for plates Q I 9 QR
$33 60 values, solid quarternawed oak,
33 Si' off all our high grade china closets.
aa cutting wu Inibekah. and Council camp
the Oorfield KT.llliorpe ' Woodmen ot the World
$1.60 Couch Covers, Roman
stripes, good width, TRn
sate price 1 ol
$1.76 Hammocks, made extra
$1,76 Bed Pillows, good quali-
$1.75 Scrim Curtains, differ
ent patterns, sale flMn
price, per pair UOU
Bind Carpet Bweepsr, the
very best made, Q4 EA
sale price at fcOU
$13.50 wool fibre Rugs, heavy
quality, 9x13 size, QQ Eft
sale urlce at OO.OU
$17,60 Tiger Brussels Rugs,
full seamless, 9x13 size, extra
heavy quality, I I Q O
sale price at 1
$15.00 values, finished In Ameri
can quartered oak. French bevel
plate mirrors, sale gg "J g
(23.50 values, American quartered
oak finish, serpetlne front bases,
saie price- $,4,50
$15.00 values, your choice of ma
hogany finish or genuine quar
tered oak. very massive, shaped
mirrors, sale S I 9 7 5
price .... , . '
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