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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
A DAfUfCD If II I IIC WITHOUT
You Should fcuy Now
For no matter what instrument you may select you
are sure of receiving a BETTER PIANO BARGAIN
than you can got in any other Piano house west of
the Mississippi river.
You Should Buy Now
For while we are offering to every buyer THE
HIGHEST QUALITIES at THE LOWEST PRICES
wo are granting to all purchasers THE EASIEST
ft HVUIlL.lt IHLUL
WHY WE HAVE TO SELL
has been fully explained through .our advertising for the
past two weeks. If you read our advertising you would
have been impressed with the fact that our piano ware
rooms were greatly overstocked. In this advertisement
we will try to explain to you
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY
It is a fact that never before has n retail storo had on sale bup.1i a largo number of
pianos nor such a beautiful and varied assortment. You should buy from us, at this
time, for the simple reason that no matter what price you are asked to pay, you will
mako a saving of from 40 to GO per cent. You should buy now, because every piano that
we are offering in this sale is of high grade, standard make. You should buy now,
becauso no matter what your taste may bo, wo can satisfy you. You should buy now,
because tbo factory and oursolvos give you an absolute guarantee as to qualities in
the piano purchase.
No matter what you pay to us for a piano, whether it be one of the beautiful small
uprights, that we are offering nt a special bargain prico of $112 or ono of our beautiful
uprights, that are specially priced at $750, you will receive for your money at least 50
per cent more piano quality than usual.
BUY A PIANO FOR YOUR HOME
and buy it now, for nover again will so great an opportunity bo offered you. Come and
look over our stock. You will bo surprised when you soo the beauty of the pianos, hoar
the sweet tone qualities and learn of the remarkably small amount of money it takes
to have ono delivered to your home.
We Invite Comparison and Challenge Anyone to Meet Our Prices
Wo are quoting below just ten prices on brand now, just from the factor' piahos; every
ono ordinarily would bring twico the amount wo are asking. If the styles in this list are
not what you want, wo havo sovoral hundred other equally great bargains. Look them
over. Every instrument absolutely guaranteed just as represented. Homembor--WE
give a guarantee that protects the buyer. Our prices arc 50 lower than elsewhere.
Figured Dark Oak... $169
Colonial Giro. Walnut .S138'
Artistic Model, Plain Mahogany $150
Boudoir Style, Plain Onk. . . $179
Plain Golden Oak, full brass rim $170
Colonial Oak $lti9
Art Stylo Walnut. . . . : $179
Golden Oak i .T.". $179
Art Stylo, Massivo Mahogany. $249
Art Style, Massivo Walnut $279
MEDAL AND CASH FOR HEROES
Carnegie Commission Announces
Long List of Awards.
PENSIONS GIVEN SURVIVORS
VVlrtOTTS, MuthtM, I)nuKlirrn
Dependent of Mrn Who I, oat
Their Mrn Aro Allied
PlTTSmJIUW, Pa., Nov. l.-The
Carnegie Hero Fund commission tonight
announced a further Hat of awards fur
herolo act. Tho lUt waa made public
on Apr,) I 26. Tho Hit, with medal
awarded, etc.. U as folio wi:
Blddlo Hlles, bronze medal, Hlles, aged
U, bank cashier, saved an unidentified
roan from an enraged bull, Salem, N. J.,
June 11. U10.
John L. La Marcho, bronze medal. La
March e. street car conductor, saved
Leonard l Sllpp, farmer, from drowning,
Vatertown. Mass., October , 1908.
Samuel N. i arks, bronze medal. Parks,
physician, attempted to savo T. Kdwartl
ileley, well digger, from auffocutlon, Do
goto. Tex., April 27, 1909.
James J. Doyle, brpnte. medal. Doyle,
lineman, saved Abble T. Danforth, aged
M, from being run over by a. train, Royal
ton, VL, August 99, lihO.
"William I). Hutton, bronze medal and
$1,090 toward purchase of home, liutton,
foreman, helped to save William Porter,
stockman, and attempted to save John
Itykmaas, foreman, and Mike Lewlckl,
laborer, from suffocation, Los Angeles,
Oat. August IS. 191L
Fred L. Jlaneval, bronze medal and
J1.O60 toward purchase of home. Maneval,
brakeman, saved Etna Kewburg from be
Ing run over by a train, IUdgway, Pa.,
JMly 19, 1S07.
Ji Thompson Benbow, bronze medal
and 11.000 toward purchase of farm.
Benbow, a farmer, helped to save Pearl
Drummond. aged 15, from drowning,
Bryan, Tex., August 18. 1911.
I. Archie Robinson, bronze medal and
M.O80 as needed. Robinson, a farmer,
Helped to save Pearl Drummond from
drowning, Bryan. Tex., August 1H. Mil.
iitrlbn P. Grelner, bronze medal and
tl,CO a ntedt' ' t.rtlnf igtd 17.
a factory hand, saved Iora Madon. aged
, from drowning, PJattsburg. N. V.,
May 1. 1S11.
Hlj to Save Thlrtr Utah,
Charles A. Hansen, bronze medal
od ILttO a needed. Hansen, a deck-
hand, helped to save Joe A. 'Jones, aged
37, bank cashier, and thirty-seven others
from drowning, Galveston, Tex., July 21,
Klaus Ij. .Lursen. bronzo medal and
$1,000 as needed. Larsen, a deckhand,
helped to ravo Joe. A. Jones and thirty
seven others from drowning, Galveston,
Tex., July 21. 1900.
Sub A, Anderson, bronze medal and
11,000 as needed. Anderson, ,a farm
hand, waved Robert B. Walker from
suffocation, Cnlllnsvllle, Tex., July 4,
William II. McDanlcl, bronze medal
and $1,000 nn needed. MoDanlel, a farmer,
saved Alonzo I. Smith, a well digger,
from suffocation, Kosse, Tex., Septem
ber 22. 1900.
Henry J. Schancwcrk, bronze medal niul
$1,000 as needed. Schanowerk. a switch-
matt. MAVnrl it n (nil Alf.rmtnati n.rmn nr '
man, saved an indeterminate1 person or
persons from a runaway locomotive,
Fort Worth, Tex., June 9. 1909.
Thomas J. Gibbons, bronzo medal and
$1,000 as needed. Gibbons, a pit motor
man, umtsted in an attempt to save Rob
ert IS. Meek, miner, and Edwin A. Sut
ton, assistant superintendent, from .suf
focation. Cokedale, Colo., February 10,
Arvey N. Florence, bronze medal and
$1,000 as needed, Florence, a. painter,
assisted In an attempt to save ,Y. Hamp
ton Arrasmlth from electric shock, Cin
cinnati, O., August 7, 1911.
John W. Freeman, bronze medal and
$1,000 toward liquidating his Indebtedness,
Freeman, salesman, rescued Johnnie Por
ter, agedf IS, from a runaway, Fort Smith,
Ark., December 26, 1908.
Thomas W. Krwtn. bronze medal and
JliOOO toward liquidating his Indebtedness.
Krwln, railroad yard foreman, saved
Jetta W Caudlll from being run over
by a train. Clyffeslde, ICy., Beptemtwh 6,
Roy T. Hughes, bronze medal and J 1,000
toward liquidating his Indebtedness.
Hughes, former, saved El ma J. Stafford.
May Turner and eight children, aged 2
to 15, from drowning. Letot, Tex., May
I. Newton Law, bronze medal and $1,000
toward purchase of farm. Law. ranch'
man. helped to save Luther P., Anna and
Nettle U McClanohan, and Dorris A.
Stafford, aged 10. 13, IS and S, respectively,
from drowning, Letot, Tex., May 21, 1903,
Nathan Reocrd, bronze medal and $1,000
toward pUrcliase of farm. Record, a negro
farmer, helped to save Luther F., Anna
and Nettle L. McCianahan, and Dorrts
A Stafford from drowning, Letot, Tex,
I May L 18.
James A. Bales, bronze medal and $1,090
toward purchato of farm, Bales, a
farmer, saved W. Bruco Fowler from suf
focation. McKlnncy, Tex., November 11,
Ulljah A. Walker, bronze medal and
$1,000 toward purchao of farm. Walker,
a laborer, attempted to save John R.
Northoutt from suffocation, raloplnto,
Tex., August 19, 1909.
George. A. Illltoh. hronze medal and
$1,000 toward purchase of farm. Illltoh.
a inborer, uaveU John R. Northcutt from
suffocation, Patoplnto, Tex., August 19,
George H. Paul," bronze medal and $1,000
toward purchase of farm, Paul, aged 62.
a farmhand, attempted to save William
Hamilton from being run over by a train,
California, Ky October 2, 1911.
Benjamin F. Lahgsdale, bronze medal
I and $l,CO0 as needed. Iuigsdale, a pnlntcr,
asM uteri In an attempt to save W. Hump-
. . i. ... . i . . . , . . ... i- .
ton Arrasmlth from electric shock, Cln
clnnatl. O., August 7, 1911.
Chaltcn A. West, bronze medal and
$1,000 as needed. West, an express agent,
assisted in an attempt to savo W. Hump
ton Arrasmlth from electric shook, Cin
cinnati, O.. August 7, 19lL
Kdward W. Hargett. sr., bronze medal
and $1,000 as needed. Hargett, a restau
rant proprietor, attempted to rescuo Nora
N. Hlgdon and Anna E. Wendelborn from
is, runaway, a lobe. Aria., March 6, 1908.
Robert MoD. togan, jr., bronze medal
and $2,C0O as needed for educational pur
poses. -Logan, a schoolboy, aged 12, saved
William B. Bchell, aged 12, from drown
ing, Fort Worth, Tex., July 2JM 1911.
Logan, who could not swim, ran 200 feet,
mounted a pony and swam It into the
stream toward Schell, -When he came
u" ftr Schell. unconscious. Logan
grasped, his hair and guided the pony to
the bank, drawing Schell with htm. Schell
W. Sterrett Parkinson, bronze medal
and $2,000 as needed for educational pur
poses. Parkinson, aged 17, student, saved
Charles L. Graham, agod 8, and at
tempted to save John D. Graham, shoe
maker, from droWnlng, Carlisle, Pa., July
John G. Wolfe, deceased, bronze medal
to mother and pension of $3 a month.
Wolfe was drowned while attempting to
save A. Reginald Eltrlngham from drown
ing, West Falrvlew, Pa., July 4. 1907,
C. Bert Raymond, deceased, bronze
medal to mother and $30 a month for five
years, Raymond, aged IS, an office boy,
died saving Hershnl F. Shelby, aged 12,
from drowning Indianapolis, Ind., June
Hruuie Mrdala (or AVldoTs,
i Walter A -Smith, deceased, bronze
1 medal to widow and SSQ0 aa needed and
THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN
in a magnificent largo comfortablo Ttockor. This 1b but another instance
where our ability to soil you furniture at factory prices looms up. Our
tremendous' purchasing power cuts the cost prico in two, and you get the
benefit by purchasing from us.
GUARANTEED IMPERIAL LEATHER
Is used in upholstering this magnificent rocker, and is of tho best quality.
The ontire back Is fully upholstered with a very pretty ruffling arrange
ment. Scat is smooth and of largo size. The best of materials aro used
for stuffing and make the scat and back exceptionally comfortable.
OIL TEMPERED SPRINGS
Are used in tho seat construction of rocker and are placed in a manner
that prevents seat from sagging or losing Its shape. Thero Is no more gen
uine comfort than to alt In a restful rocker. It Is one of the most import
ant pieces of furniture you have in your home.
EXTRA MASSIVE FRAME
Is mado of fine quality American quarler-sawed oak and constructed to bo
extremely ridged and durable. The front posts are beautifully carved.
Side panels on back as well as top rati are neatly carved in design harmon
izing with that on front posts. On sale Saturday only at the price quoted
A STEEL RANGE
OUR NISW MODEL SANITARY BASIS
HTKKL RANCH. A full size family range
in ado in plain colonial design. With a large
10-Inch oven and six 8-Inch holes at the
top, Ranges elaborately nickel trimmed
huvlng a full nickel ovou door, nickel loWel
bar, nickel oven shelf and high closet trim
nit wsuavb I 1 III-
mings, l'iro box la excep
tionally largo with dupli
grate. A great value,
lor Saturday at..
pension of $50 a month, with $5 a month
additional for her daughter until she
reaches the ago of 16. Smith died at
tempting to savo Frederick H. Voorhls,
aged 4, from drowning, Mlddletown, O.,
July 11, 1912.
Iouls G. Burkhalter, deceased, bronzo
medal to widow and pension of $55 a
month, with $o a month additional for
each of two children until each reaches
tho ago of 16. Burkhalter, a machlhlst,
died in an attempt to savo Ruth K. Moa-
tellar and Veda G. Hetnstock from
drowning, Bradley, 111., July 28, 1912.
T. William Hutchlns. deceased, bronze
medal to widow and pension of $W a
month, with $5 a month additional for
each of two children until each reaches
ih una at 1. Hutchlns. a clerk, died
as the result of attempting to savo Leila
do Llorons from drowning, Ship Island,
Miss., July 17, 1910.
Mirhnnl o'LouKhlln. deceased, bronze
medal to widow and $20 a month for
five years, or $1,200 otherwise as needed.
OTflUghlln, aged 68, a laborer, attempted
to save Patrick McMahon from suffoca
tion, Stonoham, Mass.. October u, isw.
illL-ulnn. bronze medal. Hlg '
gins, aged 03, a loborer. saved Patrick
McMahon from suffocation, sjionenam,
Mass., October 11. 1900.
Francis 14. Park, bronzo medal. Park,
physician and surgeon, saved Michael
O'lxmRhllu from suffocation, Stonoham,
Mass.. October 11. 190t.
J. Louis IJttle, silver medal ana i.aw
as needed, little, fisherman, helped to
save four man. and assisted In an at
tempt to savo two others, rrom urown
lng, Bonavlsta, N. F.. September 1. 1907.
tiniri nrown. bronzo medal and $1,000
as needed. Brown, aged 65. a sub-col
lector of customs, helped, to save uur
men. and assisted In an attempt lo save
iwn others from drowning. uoii-v..
N. F September 19, 1907.
t r urn, bronze medal and
$1.C0 as needed. Little, fisherman, helped
to save four men, ond assisted in an at
tempt to save two others from arownmB.
Bonavlsta. N. F., SeptcmDer .
wini.n, i.vn1. bronze medal and $1,000
La needed. Ford, fisherman, helped to
save four men. anu assisieu in v
tempt to save two others from drowning,
Bonavlsta, N. F., September 19. 1907.
Jameu Ford, bronze meuul ana
needed. Ford, fisherman, helped to save
mn. and nsslated in an allempi to
save two othera from drowning, Bona-
lata, N. F., September 19, 1907.
KU Paul, bronze medal and $1,000 as
needed. Paul, fisherman, helped to save
four men. and assisted in an attempt to
save two others from drowning, Bona
vlBtn. V. V.. Rentember 15. 1907.
Richard 8. Stokes, silver meuai ana
$1,000 as needed. Stokes, aged i, savea
i jiii. n. Kvetta. n. Ashlev Oraves. as
sistant bank cashier, and Eva Foster
from drowning, Lometa, Tex.. July v,
InpA II. 'Murtllsa. stiver medal and
$1,000 aa neodco. MardlBS. farmhand, at
Finished in Fumjsd
or Golden Oak
One to Each
Handsome Mission Clock, elegantly carved and .made
of beautiful quarter-sawed oak or can be bad in either
golden or fumed oak finish; an. extra size clock, meas
uring 12 inches high and 10y2 inches wide Arabic
numerals, extra good works and will keep accurate time.
1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST.
tempted to save Charles A. Hill from
suffocation. Naco, Ariz., June 17, 1903.
M6torina.li Savea RlR-Ut.
H. Ftank Flzcr, silver medal and $1,000 as
needed. Flzer, motonnan, saved Thomas
IJowcn, foreman, and seven other
men from a cave-In In a tunnel, Santa
Barbara, Cal April 7, 1912. Flzer dis
covered that a cave-In, which Would
cause water to back to the face of the
workings, was Imminent two miles from
tho entrance. In order to warn the other
men ho wnded back In tho tunnel' a dis
tance of over 4,00 feet, through wattr
from twelvo to twenty Inches deep. All
Lafayette I Davis, sliver medal and
$1,000 toward liquidating Ills indebtedness.
Davis, blacksmith! saved Alonzo M. Bar
nrtt from suffocation. Bangs, Tex., May
Joseph K. Isenbcrg. silver medal and
$1,000 toward, liquidating his Indebted
ness, isenberg. contractor, saved Ara
bella V. and Paul K. Crist from a run
away. AUoona. To.. December 23. 1910.
Dennis P. Morgan, silver medal and
$1,000 toward purchase of farm. Morgan,
fnrm hand, saved Armanda I,. Briscoe,
aged CO, 'from drowning. Custlne, Tex.,
September 6, 1910.;
, Henry W. Burge, silver medal and
$1,000 toward purchase of farm. Burge,
fhrm hand, saved Walter C, Bailey from
suffocation, Detba Tex., March. C. 1911. .
William T. Howard, silver medal and
$1,000 toward purchaso of farm. Howard,
a farnt hand, saved Thomas R. Lewis
and J. Edgar Rogers from suffocation,
Parker, Tex., July 5, 1911.
Alvln J.. Miller, silver medal and $1,000
toward, purchase of farm. Miller, a la
borer, saved Hugh, and Henry aCooper
from suffocation. Rising Star, Tex., April
Leo J. Lockard, deceased, sliver medal
to father and $250 as needed. Lockard,
aged 13, schoolboy, died attempting to save
John A.. Roberts, aged IS, delivery boy,
from suffocation. Rising Star. Tex., April
Patrick McMahon, deceased, silver
medal to daughter and $20 a month for five
years, or $1,300 otherwise as needed. Mc
Mahon, aged 63. a laborer, died as the
result of attempting to save Michael
O'Loughtln from suffocation, Stoneham.
Mass., August 9, 1910.
" Pension for Mother.
'.Robert A. Atkinson, deceased, silver
medal to mother and pension of $35 a
month. Atkinson,- a driver, died while at
tempting to save Jacob Sachs or one or
nore of three persons from suffocation, I
Cincinnati. O., June 4, 1912. I
, Joseph Schlageter, Jr., bronze medal and
$1,000 as needed. Schlageter. a driver,
ifttempted to save Anna Espeloge from
suffocation,. Cincinnati. O., June 4, 1912.
James Feeney, deceased, stiver medal
to widow and pension of, $25 a month,
with $3 a month additional for each nt
five children until each reaches tho age
bf 16. Feeney, a laborer, died attempting
jo rescue John If, McCee. from electric
shock, Pittsburgh, Pa., April IS. 112.
Percy Walker, deceased, silver medal j
to widow and pension of $50 a month,
with $5 a month additional for each of
two children until ea"ch reocheH age of
16. Walker, a hotel proprietor, died, while
attempting to save Abrain B. Henrickson,
an automobile agent, from drowning.
Keen Camp, Cnl., February 29. 1912.
George W. T. Snare, bronzo medal.
Snaro attempted to save Percy Walker
from drowning. Keen Camp, Cal. Febru
ary 29, 1912.
ALTSTADT MAKES RECORD
!N NUMBER OF CASES
Justice Altstad't'ls a proud little magis
trate at this time. In looking over his
records he finds that to date he has
handled' exactly 10,000' cases. This Is more
than any other Justice In Omaha has
handled. These cases were recorded In
Justice Altstadt's court from January 4,
1900, twelve years ago, when ho first wont
BULL M00SERS ENDORSE
The progressive party has no candi
dates for deputy assessors nominated for
Douglas county. In a resolution signed
by John 8. Helgren, the progressive
county central committee has indorsed
the several candidates' nominated by the
republican party In Douglas county for
these offices and is soliciting all prnr
gressives to voto for Hhem by making a
cross in the big circle opposite their
FOREMAN OF PAVING GANG
ASSAULTED BY WORKMAN
John Parotte, foreman of Offerman
Bros. paving gang working at Seventh
and Jones streets, was stiuck over the
head with a heavy stick yesterday by
one of his men and sustained a bad
COLDS cause CATABM
BAD BLOOD DOES
A cold will usually aggravate tlie symptoms of Catarrh, justaalttnay In
crease the pains of Rheumatism. But the cold has no more to do with the
real cause of the oue than with the other. Bad blood is the underlying
cause for Catarrh; the circulation is infected with impurities which are de
posited into the mucous membranes causing1 inflammation and irritation,
followed by excessive secretion of the nose and throat, roaring sounds ia
the ears, neuralgia, inflamed eyes, etc. Being a deep-seated blood trouble.
Catarrh must be treated constitutionally, for it is beyond the reach of local
treatment. The blood must be purified the cause re
rtfV Tt- moved before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cures Cr
Tv tarrh by cleansing the blood of all impure catarrhal mt;-
S(j A ter and at the same time building up the system by its
,2V 2 fine tonic effects. In other words S. S. S. cured the tro--
mWrm Ma hv Riinnlvinr tlm niinvnm U. . !t. t ...
medical advice free to all who write
w u4mK JHE swiFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA.
J I "'M
A FUEL SAVING
v o 'J ... t. u.i t, nil I it.ii.towiiiv. j
trimmed. Built on the now triple flue
iiim.il wiiicii uiaurea iierieui uininou
tlon of heat and a largo radiating sitr
faco. Automatic gas covers nroven
escape of gases. Magazine Is extra
large ana holds fire for exceptionally
'whs mi. tj. xcu,uuiuiiy mcKei inm
tuny nicKel trim-
mea wnn nign leg
base, makes this a
verv tall, lirnnd nml
effective biiso burner
scalp wound, He was taken to the nollcc
station wliero his wounds were drcssfj
by Dr. Dawson. '
GERMANY NOT AFTER
COALING PORT IN CHILE
BERLIN, Nov. 1. The German foreign
office today denied the report from
Punta Arenas. Chile, that tho Brcmnn
Is engaged In exploring and surveying
In the Magellan straits with a view to the
acquisition by Germany of a coating sta
tion."' One Dose Relieves
Pope's Cold Compound Cures Colli!
and Grippo in Few Houts
Tastes Nlce Acts Gently.
You can surely end Grippe and breni
up the most severe cold either In lieuc
chest, back, stomach or HmbB by tuklhR
a dose of Pope's Cold Compound every
two hours until three consecutive dotes
It promptly relieves the most mlcerabl
headache, dullness, head and nose rtfiihi
up, fevertshncss, sneezing, soto throat
mucous catarrhal discharges, running o'
the nose, soreness, stltfness and rheumu
Take this wonderful Compound i ill
rected, without Interference with ..yotit
usual duties and with the knowledge that
there Is nothing else In tho world, whlc l
will, cure your cold or end Gripptf mlsor
as promptly and without any other as
sistance or bad after-effects as a 25-ce.,t
package of Papo'a Cold Compound! v. hK)i
any druggist can supply accept no .in
stitute contains no quinine belong.
every home. Tastes nice. Advert'irem ht
life-giving blood instead of saturating them with ca
tarrlal impurities. Snecial book
and request same. S. S. S. is for sale
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