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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKR: JANUARY
VISITORS ENLIVEN SOCIETY
Many Ate Planning Trips to Warmer j
Climes for the Winter. i
ENGAGEMENTS ARE ANNOUNCED
Mtum Amy (illtmirc In tii Weil Mr.
innil M, White IM:tiii Arc
Mnilp fur (sin Cluti fmivcrt
I'.itront npn niiiMt.
'Continued nuni Pace Two.
Saturday at C o'clock at tho home of the
Irlden pntrtiu. Krv. A. M. Shlmcr of
1'es Moines. U.. praiultnther of the brlilo.
r.'ormcu' lhi cere.nor.y.
T.-o bride's Gown was- of white nun's
'tl .nf; trimmed with inarubou.
Following- the ceremony a wetldlriR din
ner wan served. The decorations were
ho'Iy ahd ferns.
Jlr. nnd ?t:s. Tolev wt'l bo at home
after January IS ut 1'829 Ohio street.
Miss Gilmorc En'-ard.
An interesting enKJKcment unnouuceJ
today Is that of Misl Amy Kathleen ail
more. daughter of Dr. aid Mrs Hobert
Ollmore, to Mr. C'.aud M. White.
Mlrs ailmo:o is tho only daughter of
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ollmorr and made her
' ebut at a ltirRo reception dance given at
he Hotel R?ni3 three ycar3 ago. 5ho
attended National Park seminary In
Washington. D. C. and ban conslderubto
Mr. White came to Omaha, a year ao
from Oes Molr.es and Is connected with
the advertising department of tha World
The date of the wedding Is Indefinite.
Wedded Last Week
Tho wedding of Mlbs Dorothy ICalmun,
laughter e Mr. and Mrs. Mux Kalman
of Grand Itdni.d, Xi.li.. to Mr. Michael
I evy oi' Omaha, took place ut the homo
of the bride's parents Now Year's Jay.
" he ceremony was performed by llabbl
Frederick Colin of Omaha nnd tho wed
ding march was played by Mrs. Sam
The brldo was gowned In white char
meuso trimmed with lace and carried rn
orm bouquet of bride roses.
Miss Charlotte Kalman, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid, Mrs. Louis Gold
smith matron of honor nnd Miss Jean
ette Goldsmith was ring .bearer.
Mr. Isaac Lev, brother of the groom
Hfted as best man. Following the cere
mony n . reception was held.
Mr. and Mrs. Ixvy left for an eastern
trip nnd after February 1 will be ntN
home In this city.
The out of town guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Bavard Sorien. Fren.jnt
Mrs. M. Chasnoff, Sedalla, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sovln. Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldsmith, Omaha
Mr and Mrs. I,ouls Goldsmith, Omaha
Mr Isaac Icvy, Omaha,
"lias Juliet Ivevy, Omaha.
.t.xs Jeanette Goldsmith, Omaha.
' Jbiv Shapiro. Kansas City, Mo.
MIbb Sarah Agrant. Sioux Falls. S. D
M,'. Adolph Levy. Salt Lake City.
Itabbl Fred. Conn, Omaha, Neb.
rhool (rave Us thlril Animal tmn.iwct t
th lletishaw Thursday evening. Wallace
s!'.epard was toflMmnstcr nnd the guests
of the rlub were T. II. Matters. Jr., and
ruthbert l'oltcr. each of whom gnve n
:alk to the club The members ptcsent
m re :
Messrs- .Messrs. -
ferry Ancles, ifllsworth Mosrr.
Ilrrman Jobst. HliReno Neville,
lVtderlck HilchoU, Donald Hall,
l'oy Porter. Philip hovn.
Kalpb Campbell. Wallace Shrpanl,
l.arry Monoid Miller N'lcolcs.
; inert Kennedy. HiHlr flcott.
John Heed, , Herbert Davis.
John Drerel. Itussell Uirmon.
Mihns Herr. Itohert Kdwauls.
V ultor Jones.
The Contoi-ain Ladles' SIiikIiik roclcty
will give n nmsnileriuie ball nl the Ger
man liome Thursday evenShg,. January
U Four prites will be slveh.
who has returned to Notre On me to
Dr. MyrtH A. Wells, who was Injured
In uti Hiitotnoblle accident tlireo weeks
ago, is eonvnlfeclng ntnl expects to be
out nualn next week.
A son was born to Mt. mul Mrs Marry
K. Ijuinon uf Mnnlla. f. 1. Mrs llarutoh
was formerly Miss JuIIh ArmM rutin of
this cttv. Mr. Ilarinon is rtihhceted with
the quartermaster's department of the
I'nlted States Army nnd was transferred
to Manila from Omaha three years ro.
In and Otit of tlit Bee Hive.
Mr. itobctt 11. Hlimwnlt returned Fri
day tnim two weoks' vllt In New York
Mr, fliirles riioops.rttid Mrs. lena Fo
of "David CIU "are the guests of Mrs. r.
Mrs. Ndlhrt-t ttnthM'hlM of Pittsburgh,
formerly of this city, Is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Klein.
Mis. Louis Vcrvocr and small son ut
Des Moines are, the guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Lee luithschlld.
Mr. Hoy McU, who attend) Ann Arbor,
Is st'eiidlm the holidays with his pirents,
Mr. and Mis. Pierce -Mctn.
Mrs. David jPremlko nnd (children of
Cleveland, alio have 'been the guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. U. Gftns, left last evening
for their librae.
Mrs. David Deen and Miss Ilenrtcttn
Degan of Chicago, who have boen visit
ing Mr. Albert Uellei. left last evening
ffi their home.
Mr. and .Mrs. H. j. McCarthy liavo re
turned ftopi Chicago, whom Uie" spent
the holidays' with Mrs. McCarthy's par
ent. Mr. and Mrs. A. Malls, and with
their son. Mr. Hnrry Hebntr McCarthy,
HEARING OF PRATT CASE
iS SET FOR MONDAY
Wiohuid W'.'Atngee. executor of the
will and special administrator of the es
tate of the late ColnTl .tallies llervcv
fratt, ban been ordered to show cause
why he does not proceed in, hearing oi"
his father's $...WK) elalm against tho eslhte
'for attorney's fee. Count .fltllro Uree
Crawford Issued the order on -application
of J. W. Wooilrough. attorney for Jerome
P. Mr gee, who wished to have t)ie claim
brought to hearing and dleollowed. 'n
land . Magee It ordered to show caiUe
Monday morning at V o'clock.
by Fall oil Street
aiid Goes to Chicago
II II. Iloli'omh. xeneral frt lht flgeut of
I the tlurllngton. l reason of an accident
tustnttltd Krldax evenliiK. I feri-ed to
go back to Chicago for medical treatment.
Several months ngrt. In Chicago, he fell
j nnd broke loose some ot the tiiutelex of
one ot his legr. Following this, be was
I In the hospltnl several weeks.
, Lait evening while Mr. Holcomb was
pnsilng nfteetith niid Farnam streets,
he slipped on a ellppery sidewalk and, In
falling, ngnlu Injured the defective leg.
putting him back where he was three
months ago, so far lis recovery Is con-
WOMEN AtTACK OFFICERS
Insist on Eight to Cross Burlington
PUT THE OFFICERS Tb FLIGHT
Poller Then 'I' urn In n Hint (nil
mul W'oilirn Plee llefore tbc
Viiiiiint I'liAl'tte of the
G0SPEL MISSION- FEEDS
MANY HUNGRY MOUTHS
The Gospel mission of Omaha is grateful
to all who responded to Its call last
month. The net cash returns from the
circular letter distributed mode It iwsslblo
for the Mission to feed 845 men during
Decomber atld nt the present time It Is
helping about forty men every morning
with a breakfast of coffee and lulls, if
also expresses thanks to Messrs. Cba
Trimble. 1). J. O'lJrlen nhd tU J. Hughes
rwho aided It.ln providing little ilellcaclcs
to Inmates of the city aiid county Jail on
Christmas dKy. twenty pArkages being
distributed at tho former Ahd 130 at tlio
MORTON TO TALK TO THE
TEACHERS ON LEAGUE PLANS
Grotpe T. Morion, president of the
Omaha Civic linglle. will speak to the
i Omaha school teachers Tuesday after
, liodil At four o'clock at the high school
auditorium. He will discuss the planr
of the league and, ask the teachers to
, help create an Interest In tho work of
j Improving Omaha.
Myron II. West of Chlrngo, a city plan
ning etpert. will speak to the public Frl
day ovenlng In tho council chamber nt
eight o'clock. He speaks at the Instance
of the Omaha Civic league, while on his
way to IJncolu.
LAKE AT BEMIS PARK IS
Park Commissioner Joe Hummel has
flooded Ilemls park to create r. skating.
pond of nearly two acres for tho children.
Skating ponds are now In good condition
In Illvervlcw. HansCom, Kountxe nnd Mil
ler parks. Carte lnkn Is open half across
nnd thrfre Is no snfe skating there.
: one hundred anil fifty to ixw Irats
! women and a handful ot men attacked
I two llurllngton detectl'en ot 0:30 yester
I l'oy morning when the officers refused to
let ono woman cross the tracks at Set
ond and Popploton avenue. The women
j used for weapons Mich things ns cans,
palls, rocks, clubs, c;ti.erti, old shocn and
j Special Officer Wilson says for the lat
three imiuths he has been Warning tho
I women about crossing tho tracks. Mary
llladek Attempted to cros the Burling
ton tracks nnd Wilson told her to go
' around. She refused to do so nnd when
i ho used further persuasion. Mary gave
! out several lusty calls for help and laid
i ,1,.t, IM tli. ! k l(,n lanlfi n,,,K
Bcreamrd. Tho entlro femalo population
of tho colony across from the distillery
answered Mary's call for help.
Chnrke nil (Hflcrrs.
Streaming out onto the tracks with all
eorts-of weapons and brandishing them
above- their heads they charged on the
two officers. Tlie latter forces wero far
outnumbered end they made a hasty
retreat for the switch house. The wo
men, hpWover, stormed the bnrrftcHs and
Officer Kill. Wilsons nartnor. Rent n
Hot call to police headanarters nnd six
lHitmlmeti traveled to tho scene of bnttle
In tho emergency automobile.
The women, however, saw the rc-en-J'orccmouti
coming nnd In wild disorder
niado for their homos. Four wpnion and
c no man Wore nrrested. They wero Mary
Hladck, Prtul lllftllek, Antoitila Hvoboda,
Annlo Tollvka and Annie Petcro.
M KS. BENJAMIN A. FUNK.
Neo Elolso Jcnks.
gono to I'nnuma on their wedding trip
and expect to be at home at F rt Ixigan
H. Hoots, Ark., upon their return, Mrs.
Webber is tho fourth daughter In the
family to marry into tho army and has
also a niece who is the wife of an army
Afternoon Bridge for Visitors.
Miss Daphne Peters entertained at five
tables of bridge Thursday afternoon In
honor of Miss Fleming of Burlington, la.,
and Miss Molanlo Joyncr and Miss Ellzi
beth Joyncr of Cambridge, Mass.
Theater Party for Miss CowelL-
Mra. Robert Cowell entertained at t
theater party at tho Brandels Saturday In
honor of her daughter, Miss Mona Cowell
who is a student at Vassar and Is homo
for the holidays. The matinee was fol
lowed by tea at the Delft tea room, when
covers were laid for six guests.
Omaha Club Luncheons.
Friday at tho Omaha club Mrs. LuthT
Kountze gave a luncheon of ten covers
t for Mrs. Ifoxle Clarke and Mrs. Penlck
Thursday Mrs. W. J. Foye .gave u
luncheon at the club In honor of Mr-j.
Hlchard Hosford of Mollne, at which
there were ten guests.
A farewell' party and dance was given
tn honor of Mr. Chirles C. Currle New
Year's eve by his fellow employes of
Paxton &. Gallagher Co. It was held at
the Peters' dance hair at Millard, Neb.
The young people Journeyed In autos
and the evening was spent In dancing.
Later supper was served, after which
appropriate speeches were made, express
ing regret In losing Mr. Currle. "A very
pleasant time" "was the motto and every
one lived up to It.
Those present were:
Ilose Dixon, Catherine Murray,
T ........ ... . .... -i t" f. TAni,An
j lysine j ....., w..,
' Helen B'wanberg, Kate pewell,
Nellie Morrell, Marie Daley,
' Kthel Mulhollund. Eva Mae.
Francis Mulholland, Mary Tracey.
C. C. Currle. It. Sorenson,
Paul Gallagher, L. McKenna,
' D. A. Baugh, . II. E. Fernandes,
J. White. ' O. C. Slaughter,
i E. tichack, II. Schlecht,
B. Mae, Charles Harden,
J. Kruger, D. D. Callahan.
Sir. and Mrs. E. A. Doran.
Entertain at Riverside.
Mr. and Mrs. John Richard held open
house at their country home. Riverside.
New Year's evening In honor of their
son and daughter, Mr. George and Miss
The rooms wero decorated with ferns
and chrysanthemums and the ball room a
color scheme of purple and gold with
cozy corners, representing the various
colleges attend by tho guests. A midnight
dtnnir was served In the spacious dining
UUIII, auuu, i, fjuvoia y v. w . .....
The out-of-town guests wore:
Margaret McPhersonaiadys Harrison,
Nancy Young. Isabell Duncan,
Theressa Duncan. Dewltt Salisbury,
Agnes Rutherford, Elizabeth Mcintosh,
Margaret Scott, Margaret Edwards.
Col. Baldwin. Dr. Salisbury. ,
Hnrry I.ovett. Harry McGregorjr.;
Earl Thompson, Richard Edwards,
George Scott, George Meyers,
Willis Kennedy. Frederick Alexander,
.i-.hn McDonald, Jr.; James Adams,
Edwin McLean, Thomar. Pollack.
Mr and Mr a R. S. Mcintosh.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. McGregor.
Mr, and Mrs. George Mcnt"i--.
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonaM.
Mr. and Mrs. Lovett
Miss Meroedes Genevieve Lowe, daugh
ter of Mrs. William Warren Uwe, a for
mer resident of Omaha for many years,
was married to Major Henry A. Webber.
I'nlted States medical corps. In St. Louis
on December 20. Tho wedding was a quiet
one, attended by Mrs. Lowe and another
daughter, formerly Miss Wllhelnilni
Ixrwe, now married and living In St
Loul. Major and Mrs. Webber liavo
Dance and Watch Party. '
The Vlntoma cub gave a dance and
watch party on New Year's eve nt Arm
brustt's hall. Twenty-fourth and Vinton
Btreets. Those present were:
Misses Misses ,
Ruth Pearson. Butler,
Lula McGreer, Wllla McCullough,
Lily & Rohlft. C. C. Taylor, ,
Ann Bock, A. Kock,
Axel Johnson, Mario Jenseii
Kdlth Mlckle. Uvelyn Neale.
41'.. Tully. Esther Uucher.
IreniaiKiiKcli. Frlda Ra'ch.
Alice Vaii'BuiKih. Nina Coiihsman,
AidalaldbjinUurBjh, Roblna Knmmerer.
-UarjBBTOittUt, Marguerite McDonald
Margaretto Stickler, Solomon,
Hulda Busch, Eleanor Morgan.
Wllbelmlna Armbrui Vera Stafford,
Olga Hegstrom, Colla Bennett,
Cella Barnett. Ethel Hartmaii,
Myrtle Lockwood, Ella Kutide.
Vldla Rose, - Ml WahoSky.
Anna Mattern, . Ethelyn De Vor,
Llnnea Peurson. Hittle Kunz,
Hulda Armbrust. Marlon Fay,
Laura Baker, Iretlo' Relley.
Messrs. Messrs. -
G. E. Anderson, Tow Lyons, .
Claude Schrum, H. Schrelber.
J. W. Lovgren? Henry Sclluett.
F. A. Markly. C, M. Tex,
Henry Bock, Edwanl Glass,
Harold Shields, John Voly,
A. E. Swanson, Otto Hachten.
Wm. W. Smith, Dr. C. F.. Patton,
V J. Sanderson.. J. W. Glover,
E. II. Glas. Chas. Verity.
Geo. B. Kyle, Harry 'Schroedcr,
Geo. If. Bchroder.Jr., E. tVlllrodt.
W. Banker, F. J. Jodnlt,
Walter H. Rose, P. K, Moaoyern,
Ferd Jacobson, W. C. Bentley,
Tmll Gall. Jr.. G. R. Brackett,
Julius Soegaard, John K. Carnnby,
J. S. McCaffrey. C. E. Ahlqulst,
Jns. McCaffrey. W. F. Bructt.
Fred Armbrust. Jr.. I. M'. Devlne,
Harry Reschke, L. B. Casey,
Arthur Johnson. Ole Bennett.
Harry Johnson, Russell Philip,
Ray Travis, Chas. Nelson.
A. B. Amberson, C. D. Murphy.
'arl Malm. II. F. Foy,
Don Sullivan, C. C. Kelrk,
J. "W. Johnson. AV. A. Shrum,
C. K. Lambert. Edw. T. Rellor.
M. A. Miller. Hugh M. McCaffrey,
F. W. Bloomqulst. Leo J. Byrne,
W. J. Krug.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Reynolds.
Ncosha Falls. Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Yctzer,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Volz.
Entertained for Visitors.
Miss Marie Holllnger entertained at an
Informal afternon bridge at her hoin
Saturday In honor of Miss Helen Haydcn
of. Washington, D. C. and Misses Molanlo
and Elizabeth Joyner of Cambridge,
Mass.. guests of Miss Alice Carter. Four
tables were placed for the game.
Maltese Club Dance,
The Maltese club of .the Omaha High
school held Its first annual dancing party
at the Rome hotel Friday evening with
about 100 couples present.
Tho ball room was decorated with the
colors of the club and .pink carnations. A
large number ot high school and club
pennants were used In the decorating of
the hall. At ono end waB nuns a largo 1
Omaha High school banner' and at the
Other end was a Maltese club banner
with the colors scarlet, goldjnnd white.
.The programs Issued by the club were
of a pretty design, with gold letters of
Maltese printed on a scarlet colored
'tjle grand march was. led by Richard
BaKinnn and Miss Claire Patterson. Those
".Misses!- , . Mlsses,
Otettt -I-ane', , Dorothy'Snllth,
Helen Carrier, Nina Barrett.
Morgan. Elizabeth Goilld,
Uarda Scott, Agrtes Bnrtds.
Francis Sanfoid, iMha SulllVan.
Naomi Towle, Harriet Parmelce,
Helen Pogue. Mildred Collins.
Ruth Gould. Alice Porterflcld.
Gertrude Aiken, Helen Van buscn.
Ruth Andersen, Helen lilfifcH'on.
F16rence Rahm, Ellzftbeth Davis,
Katherihe Gould, Junei Chas?,
Hamio.And0.rsc"' 1 lazet'Samp,
Helen Murphy. h,,, strelght.
Iwtth ryil Crocker, joVephlne Murphy,
A lice. Brookes, , KathryirWood,
r,q1.1'i!i(:0,n' Je,b' ; Clarke.
RUth FitZKei-oId, Maurcne Buehmore,
Hanna Robertson, Margharetta Bdrke,
r annlo I.alio iSr,r mii-uinv
I , of Portland, Ore. jsabollo Vlneo.nhnlcr.
.iiarjuiio jiuwiHiiu, 1' lorcinco liver,
Davis. TIelclW Tfliiible,
Mnlidp Longstreet, Man Welch,
F'p.rence fleggblade, Adelaide Funlthouser.
Dcylo of Lincoln, Adelyn W6odt
Helga lUsmussen, nesdeinnna Baldwin,
of Lincoln. Neb. ; cialro Patterson,
Marlon Weller. Kathnrin Sanders.
Grace Slabaugh, Glatlys Robertson.
Ann AVeleh, Eleanor Rushtoii,
Adelo Cullen. Kugenlo WooJk
Helen fcorenson, of unc'dln, Neb. ;
"erltia; Storz, AdpIo' oavis,
Helen Hunter, Mildred Todd.
Alice Jaoylth, Heteh Clarke.
Kattierlne Crocker. MUdredMarr.
Homer Carlson, Harold Patterson,
Hdrry Dolimater, lloy Qoilld,'
Herbert Ryan, nussell iarmdn,
F. F. Parker; Parry'Slngles.
.Tnrqep Gardiner. Uytlo Rllf,ht6n.
i0"1. "rf"1? 'en' HRlpWBenedlct.
Edwin Gould, oeorgo Jacobs.
rlftP'J?y' Herman Hurtc
Be1??! 1-13- Frederick,
Clarence Pitton. io'Ho'.llnger.
S evers Susmann. Krnnlt PolHe.
George "owoll. reward Busch.
Harold Sobotker. VVnlt6r ,lo p
O. E. Aloun, Ham1 Koch
James McIIugh. . rhinip enmse
Harold Thomas, o' r t ,
m.UnW rJ - Chester Nlema n.
Jftol; Bowen. n-v-Mll
Albert Slbbernson. Arthur KIodp
David Bowman. tK'Si
L P Ca Tahan Ber McCulldugh.
Halnh Cainnhell Evrette Burke,
cSSSSn C" CJatdlner.
Chester Baker. U0W"rtJ'
Clarence Poters. MnUrlce Northwnll,
A C 'Potter Herman Jobst,
Max .Wood ward John McDonald.
of Lincoln, Neb. ; Jsllo Thitt.
Foy Porter. Beniamln Gallagher,
ttobert Carlson. Wallace Shepard,
Marlln Brando. Sidney Meyer.
Phl Downs. Kenneth Norton.
Howard DeLamatre, Phlllln McCUllough,
PhuI 8hlrly. Fred Eyler.
Carlisle Allan. Utimrt Onuld.
tteed Iaw son. P. R. Halllgan,
FredMver. F. M.lloel,
.Tosepli Mullen. Jerry
Rlchhnl Ballman. " Van'Raensaleer,
Phil lhmer. ... ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lehmer,
" Mr- and Mrs. H. It. Goulds '
Mr. and Mrs. H. McDonald.
,Ur, and.Mrs. C. W. Kcyes,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reed.
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
Immense Reduction on the Millet, Stewart Beaton
Stock of Fine Furtiit'ure, Rugs, and Draperies.
- The lowest prices ever given here on such fine goods are offered dur
ing this great economy sale. Visit us early this week, while the assortment
is large. Every reduction is a genuine bargain reduction.
Treis Kaideka Banquet. '
' Tries Kaideka club of' the Omaha
OMAHA BEE 1-5-13.
ft . ; ; - '
Fifty New Customers
Who guvo us their first' laundry order .
Inst rt'eok have come back this week .
perninnen,t customers, ' satisfied eiia
omers, pleased with the careful work
we havo done for them,
THE "WA8HW0ED" OT THE KOMS
I'HONK DOUGLAS lilO
' CURTAIN MATERIALS
$1.G0 to $2.00 Fancy Note, for, yard. $1.1.0
$1.00 Uungalow NeW, for, yard 05c
$1.50 72-lncli IOngllsh Orcnndlno, for
$1.50 108-Inch Kxtra Quality Doblnot,
for, yard 83c
50c to 7Gc Ecru Madras, for, yard. . .vine
$1.50 to $1.05 Sunfabt Ovordrapery,
for, ydrd . ..l.to
$1.35 Plain Sunrnst Overdrapory,
for, yard 8,"c
$1.10 ac-lhch Win Sunfnst Dr'apory,
for, yard . . r. 00c
GGc Uordercd Scrims, for, yard uDc
50c to dOc Shadow Print Scrims,
for yard :i5c
350 to 40c Plain nnd Fancy Scrims,
for, yard 20c
75c Crafter's Cloth, for, yurd. . . 4Bc
50n to GOc Crotonnea and Chintzes,
for, yard ilHc
4 0c to 50c Taffotns and Chintzes,
for, yard 25c
30c to 36c Dimity and Chintz, or yd., lOo
Lace Curtains and Portieres
$S,00 Novelty Net anil Brussels Net, for,
piVIr ., W.00
1G7G ft. illnn ami Scrim, for, pair 4.80
J5.00 I'.ncet Arabian anl Irish It., for."-
pair - W.35
$4.00 Cluny, Novelty and Kancy Scrims,
for pair $2.35
13.60 Marquisette and Scrim, for pair. . . .93.25
$2. SO Swiss, Filet and Hcotcli Ncta, for
pair . 91.B0
$4.60 Portieres, all colors, for, pair 91.50
Remnants Upholstery & Curtain Goods
Pieces contain up to 5 yards of Silk,
Sunfast NetB and Scrims for V of original
24-Inch squares of Silks, Damasks, etc.,
24i'lnch' squares of Tapestries, Itops, Ar
rtiurcs, .etc, cholco aso
Living Room Furniture
80.00 Solid) JlalioRany Arm Chair, for. 950.00
. $65.00 Leather Arm Chair, for 940.00
$62.00 Wlnit llockcr, upholstered scat anil
bai'k. for 940.00
$4S,d0 Overstuffed' Arm Chair, for 933.75
$46.00 Solid Mahogany Chair, for 930.00
$88,00 KnRllhh Ann llocker, Spanish lea
ther., for : 9a4.oo
$35.o6 Solid MaftoKany Arm Chair, up-
h'oUtercd f'eat ahd back, for 923.60
420.60 Flrdsldc Chair, for 919.60
$21.00 Solid Mahogany Hooker, uphol- t
stereillh tapestry, for 918.00
$18.00 Mahogany Arm Chair, Leather seat,
$12.00 Mahogany Ann Chair, leather seal,
for 9 8.60
$11,00 vArm Chair, Hpanlsli leather, for.. 9 8.00
$3 00 Arm Chair, Spanish leather, for... 9 0.00
$35.00 Craftsman Settee, 24 Inches deep,
48 Inches lonif. for 922.50
$34.00 Library Table, golden oak, for . .925.50
BED ROOM SUITES.
T pieces, Khornton
mail,, 1 pair Twin
Beds, 1 Dresser and
DresMnK V.xble, 1
5 pieces, Hheratoti
mah.. 1 pair Twin
Oods. 1 Dresser, I
Chlffonlor, t Dre.n
CQflR 4. PloccH, Clr, Walnit
90 U 9 L'oulb XV.t;, 1 Bed.
K. -8. Dresner, Chlf
rorileh D V'e 8 s i n r
(f-ltleces, Clr. Walnut
Htieraton Bed, V. S.:
Table, Desk, Cos-
3 pieces, Illrd's-Kye
NapoleOn rod, V. S ;
D r e s o r, Chiffonier
$48.00 Tea Wagon and Tray, solid mn- .
hiigany, for 935.00
$32.50 Cellarctte, V. O., for 930.40
$24.00 Ladles' Colonial Desk,
$27.00 Ladles' Mission Desk,
$21.00 Collarette. V, O., for . . ..
$:i,00 Music Cabinet, mah., for.
$1D.G0 HmokerM" Cabinet, for
$14.00 Music Cabinet, a. 6., for.
$ 1.1.00 Ladles' Mission Desk,
. . . .918.80
fr v, 111.70
$15.00 Colonial Mirror, solid mahogany,
frnmo, fol- $ 9,75
$12.S0 Cdlonlal Standi solid mahogany,,'
toir 9 a.4B
$12.S0-Milslo CAbltint, mahogany, for. . .9 9.V5
$8.50 SnlOkeri' Cabinet, K. O., for 9 0.23
$7.50 Tea Tray, solid mah., for 95.05
$4.'50 Smokurn' Stand, V. O., with draw- "
er, for 9 3,95
$2.00 SmokerM' Stand, K o.. with pipe
rack, for 9 1,35
BEDS AND BED DAVENPORTS
$65.00 Bed Davenport, K. O.. mission v
style, for 948.00
$44.00 Junior Bed Davenport, O. O., ".
Chase Spanish leather, fdr 933.53
$40.00 Junior Bed Davenport, K. O.,1
Chaiie Spanish leather, for 930.00
$22,00 Bert Davenport, Q. O., Chase .
Spanish leather, for 924.25
$29.00 Bed Davenport. K. O., mission '
style, .Chase Spanish leather, for 121.50
$80.00 Colonial Brass Bed, full size,
for .'. .. 985.00
$42.00 Brass Bed, satin finish, fiill'Hlze, J
$3.1.50 Brass Bed, satin finish, for $24.00
$10,00 iron Bed, Vernls Martin, for 9 7.60
$4. $0 White Knnmel Beds.'all hUch, for.. 9 3.40
ROOM SIZE RUGS
$95.00 Gormnn Snjtony. !)-iOxi;i-l .ffJO.OO
$80.00 Gorman Saxony, fi-ilxll-0.. .40.00
$86.00 Iloyal Wilton, 11-3x15-0 .. .8(14.00
$75.00 Royal Wilton, 10-6x13-0. . .Sn6.25
$08.50 Hoyal Wlllbn, lO-Oxi2-0. . .SI7.no
$G8.00 Iloyal Wilton, 9x15 feftO.bb
$05.00 Hoyal Wilton, 11-3x12-0. . .8)47.00
$00.00 noyui wuton,. ld-oxio-G. . .$4ii.no
$48.50 Koyal Wilton, 9X12 $U.7li
$45.00 Hoyal Wltlon, 8-3xl0-C. . ,ijl20.ttO
$31.00 Royal Wilton, OxD $23.25
$85.00 Arublc Wlltori, 10-oXl2-0 . . .?Q4.00
$50.00 Arabic Wilton, 9x12-0 842.00
$52.00 Amble Wilton, 9x0 $.15.00
$30.00 Arabic Wilton, 0x9-0 $27.dt
$75.00 Ardnham, 11-8x14-3 $50.00
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Small Rugs and Remnants
$25.00 Body UruBselfi, Gx9 $18.76
$10.00 Axinlnster, 0x9 $jil.00
$15.00 Velvet, 0x0.'....;..,. $0.75
$10.75 Scotch Weave, 6x9...'. $7.75
J8.00 Tunestry HrussolB. 0x0 $0.00
$27.00 Arabic Wilton, 1-6x9-0 $20.25
$17.75 Royal Wilton, 4-0x7-6....
$8. 00 Hoynl Wlltdn, 30x03 ,
$000 Royal Wilton, 37x54
$4.00 Scotch WeaVo, 3Gx72
t.i r.n Koolnli Weave. 30x60
$1.15 und $1.75 velvet and Axmirtstor
remnants, 3 to 8 yards lenBtl. your
choice, nor yard .Oita
Dining Room Furniture
$75.00 Solid Mnh. Table, 48-lnch, 8-tt.
extension, for ..'..:..,., 955.00
$29.00 Table, Mission F. O.. 48-Inch. 6-ft.
extonslon, for v 922.60
$20.00 Table, quartered oak, 45-lnch,
"c-ft. extension, for , 916.00
$08.00 Buffet. K. O. Mission, mirror
back, for WO.OO
$GO.00 Kollili Mahogany lluffet, mirror
buck, for 945.00
$36.00 Buffet, quartered oak, mirror
back, for 927.00
$28.00 Buffet, quartered, oak, n.lrror ,
buck, for 921.00
$42.50 Kolld Mah. China Cabinet, for. .. .932.50
$24.00 China Cabinet, quurtered oak,
4 shelves, for 918.00
$23.00 China Cabinet, quarfered oak,
$41.50 China Cabinet, FV 6., Mission
mirror, lor 930.00
$21.50 (Jas Stove, 18-lnch oven and
broiler 4-burner, for 918,25
$lfl!7r Oas Stove, 18-llich oven and
broiler, 4-burner, for 912.75
$13.00 Klrcltss Codkcr, for 9 9.75
BEATON & LAIER CO.
413-17 South Sixteenth St.
Formerly I'nxton Mock.
New White Enamel Sanitary Office
704-10 City National Bank Building
Mlth ami Harney Hts., Omaha.
Personal attention warranted w6rk pain
less dentistry new method. No charfie tor ex
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