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THE OMAHA DAILY 33EE : SUNDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1800-T\ONT5f \ ! PAGEa
QUARTER Of A MILLION
COMPULSORY SALE.
Prominent House Furnishing Establishment in Trouble
"FULFILL YOUR CONTRACTS OR GO TO THE WALL. "
The Peoples' Mammoth Installment Mouse is in trouble , Daring last January , -when the numerous buyers representing them went to t
market. , they made heavy contracts in order to secure the most desirable goods. It is generally customary amongst large manufacturers to give the
exclusive sale of their products to any dealer in a city who shall contract to take the greatest amount of goods , To be brief , contracts \verc made *
"by their agents to the extent of $172,000 , and these goods they are absolutely obliged to take , or go to the wall. They have therefore no other
alternative but to sacrifice their goods , without regard to cost. To-morrow the greatest sale ever started by any concern in the United States \vill1
begin , and it will forever be noted tor its daring and reckless slaughter of prices. Positively no goods sold to dealers ,
EVERYTHING SLAUGHTERED WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
.tats ( in
GDOOhamtoor Suits , regular price 610 , compulsory ealo price $9.2O. . . 10,000 yards Ingrain. Oarpots , roer. price 4Oo , compu'sory sale price ISo.
, sale
1407 Heaters , 83.95.
regular price $0 compulsory prloo , . , sa'o 4.4.0 ,
4/762 Bed stands , regular price 83.6O , compulsory ealo price $1.25. 721Hoators , regular price 812 , compulsory snlo prloo $6.9O. 2,500 yards Brussels Oarpot , rej . ? price OOc compulsory price
, sale lOo ,
GOO Center Tables , regular price 84 , compulsory solo price gl.OS. 78 Hard Coal Koators. rog'r price 822.5O , compulsory sale price $10.75. 7.5OO yards Hotnp Carpet , rog. . price 40c , compulsoiy sale price lOo.
7O6 Kitchen Safes , regular prloo $ G , compulsory sale price $3.45. 481 Oak Stoves , regular price $15 , compulsory saloptioo S9.4O. B.OOO yards Stair Oarpat roar. priOo4Oc - , compulsory price 20c.
. , sale prloa
Window SI
Shadoj rojul HI-prico oomuulsory
O20 Breakfast Tables , regular price 84 , sale price S1.9O. . 4.OOO
,
compulsory , ,
665 Parlor Cooks regular price $2O compulsory sale prioGlO,6O. , . .
, sale 81.1O.
. price
7.OOO Moquottos regular prloo 82 compulsory
191 Extension Tables , regular price SV.SO , compulsory sale price $3.75. , , ' yards
sa'o
180 Laundry Stoves rozular price $10 compulsory prloo 85 , , . 34o.
. sale priflo
1,842 Mattrojses , regular price 83.6O , compulsory sale price $1.05. 2.0OO Joints S'oveP p ) , raKUlarprica 20o , compulsavy sale urlcolOcs. 4.OOO yard ? Border Oarpot roar prloo75c.compulsory . .
585 Ruga , regular price $4 , compulsory sale price Sl.OO.
1/721 Springs , regular price S3 , compulsory sale price $1.25. 4OOO D.bows , regular price 25c. compulsory sa o pnooQc.
B Parlor taitore
76 Parlor Suits , rogu'ar pries $38 , compulsory sale price $21.75.
leOSinglo , . . . 2OOO Rockore , regular price $2.6O , cornpu sory silo -price $1.38. . .
lounges regular price $86O. compulsory snlo price $4.85. 1OQ Parlor Suits , roprulnr rrico $5O , compulsory sale price $31.75.
186binglo lounges , regular price 812.6O , compulsory sale price $7".85. 4.8OO Rookors , regular prici $4compulsory sale pricfl $2.25. 8O Parlor Suits , regular price $9O , compulsory sale prico$62,60.
187 Single lounges , reccular price $2O , compulsory sale price $12.6O. 665 Rockers , regular price 60 , compulso y sale price $3.75. 17 "Parlor Suit a , regular price $15O , compulsory sale price 882.6O.
881 Bed Louigos , regular price $14.5O , compulsory sale price $8.5O. ' l.OOO Rockers , Oarpot , regular price $4.50 , compulsorysa'o pr'co 8275. 16O Plush Rockers , rogulnr pr co S15. compulsory sale price 80.75.
0Q1 Bed Lounges , regular price $20 , compulsory sale prioa $12.25. 1.25O Rockers , Carpov , rogu'ar ' price $8.50 , compul'ary sale prioo $4 9D. 187 Plush Rockers , regular price 820 , compulsory sale price 811.50.
118 Bed Lounges , regular price $30 , compulsory sale prioa $17.50. 605 Rockers , Tlusfyrosu arprloolO , c .mpulsory saloprioa 85.5Q , - 71 Plush Drvane , rogulnr price $2O , compulsory sale price iS.5O.
17 Parlor Couches , regular prloo 85O , compulsory sale price $2O.6O. 7'2O Rookrors , Plushroaular price $15 , corapa sory sale pri.03 $ S.5O. lOOPlusli Parlors , regular price 35 , compulsory aalo price $2.45 ,
8 Parlor Oouohos , regular price $6O , compulsory ealo price $36. 18O Rockers , Plusli , regular price $20compulBory sale price $12.5O.
' ' - . . 165 Chamber Suits , regular prloa 816 , compulsory sale prloo $0.20.
10B Wardrobes , regularpr'ci $12 , oompulaary sa'o p-oe 87.7O.
IV Folding Beds , regular price $17.5O , compulsory sale prico$9.25. 605 "WardroDEB.regularprics $17 , compulsory sab p.'ioe 89 85. 18L OhamborSu.lt' , r gtuar prloo 827.50 , compulsory sale prloo $10.05
16 Folding Beds , regular price $20 , compulsory solo price 812. 881 "Warcl-ob is , reUlarprIor822.60 , compulsory pa oaric3$125O. 11O Chamber Suits , reffulor price 837'50 , eompulsoi y sale prloe $ 24.75 , .
18 Folding Beds , regular price $36 , compulsory sale price 822.50. ISO "Wtirdrobc ? , regular { price S32.5O , compulsory EQ o price $18. 81 Chamber Suits , regular pries $50 , compulsory sao price 833.25. *
21 Folding Beds , regular price $50 , compulsory sale price 83O. SO Wnrdrobos , French plato mirror , rag ular price $6O , oDmpulaory ea'o 87 Chamber Suite , ncgulir pric-3 875 , compulsory sale prloo JB45.
7 folding Beds , regular price $76 , compulsory sale price $45 , price $38.75. lie Ohambor Suits , regular price 8125 , compulsory sale price $7 ( > ,
O folding Bodsf regular price $1OO , compulsory sale price 80 "Wardrobes , Franco , plato mrror ? , regular prioa $85 , compulsory sale
lOOCook Stoves , regularprios $14 , compuUory sale price 88.7O.
SCO Hanging Lamps , regular price $3.5O , compulsory sale price $1.75. 11 Sideboardroeu'ar pi ico$25 , compulsory sale prio $13.75. 121 Cook Stoves , i ogular price$20 , oompu'sory sale prio3 $12.25.
161 Bureaus , regular price $12.5O , cumpulsory sale price $7.5O. 21 SideboardsresuUr prioo $325Ooompulsory sale prlci $10.5O. 81 Cook Stovosrogu'ar prico$3O , compulsory sale price $18.5O.
88 Book Oases , regular prico$11compulsory sale price $5.76 , 17 Sidaboards , regular prica $46 , compulsory sale prloo 828 50. ± 1 Rmffos , regular prioo $35 , compulsory ealo pr co$2O.
66Toilot Sots , regular price $3,50 , compulsory sale prioo 82. 6 Sideboardsregular prico$6O , compulsory saleprica $40. 16 ftansos , roRular pnco $5O , compulsory sale price $34 ,
18 lea Sots , regular price $8.5O , compulsory sale price 64.76. SSidobaardF.rojrular price$75cornpulaoiy , sal3prico$45. 75 WroughtSto.l RangfB ro ularprico $75 .compulsory sale price 852
eiDinnor Ssts , regular prioo $19.5O , compulsory sale price812. 6 Sideboardsrogular prico$125 , compulsory s * b price 875.
Open every evening until 9 O'eloelt. All goods sold for- cash , or on easy -weekly or monthly payments. ISTo interest charged. Goods sold on easy payment *
Jn Council Bluffs , South Omaha , Florence and Fort Oraalia. Car tickets furnished those residing at a distance. No trouble to sliovgoods. . Our 128-page Illustratec
Catalogue mailed free on application.
S' MAMMOTH INSTAL ENT HO
Complete Outfitters on the Installment Plan !
613 , 615 , 617 , 619 North 16th Street , Between California and Webster.
AN OMILl NORMAL SCHOOL
Report of the Committee Appointed to In
vestigate the Subject.
PLANS FOR SUCH AN INSTITUTION.
Tlio Cotirno ( o CniiHlst of Ono Yfnr
Study Cuiitllilut-H for Atlmls-
slon to l > Graduates' of
tlio II lull School.
lr > n long time eflorta Imvo been made to
Bccuro favorable nction by ttio board of edu
cation on a plan to establish in Oinalm u nor
mal department for the training of teaeliers
In the public schools of the city. This move
ment hns been strongly backed by the various
labor organizations of Onir.lm for various rcu-
BOHS , thochlolouo being that the daughter
of a poor mini , at torsue has graduated nt the
hlgn school , cannot qualify herself to teach lu
the public schools of the dty without spend
ing a year at the normal school In Peru under
an expense of $500 or more , They thlnlc
Omaha can afford this education to the girls
la return for their free services as substitute
teachers whllo they ere being trained as
teadiera , The following Is
THIS COMMUTER'S '
To the Board of Education Ooullonicii :
Your committee appointed under resolution to
Inquire Into the feasibility , legality anil ox-
DCDSO of establishing u tioimaldopartmuntfor
our schools and to present u plan for the or-
gunlzation of the same ; would respectfully
present thd following rojiort.
1.Vo would Jonoinlnnto this school the de
partment of theory and practice ,
9. The entire couno shall consist of one
school year.
8 , TUo bluOlca imrsucd in this acbool shall
consist of a review of the common llngllsh
branches with special reference to the best
methods of toachinjr the same ; mental and
moral science , school mnn.igoincut . , educa
tional history and systematic instruction in
penmanship. Drawing , calisthenics ami
music shall bo taught by the special teachers
of these branches regularly In the employ of
the board.
4. There shall be n pilnclpalto give the
class room Instruction nnd to look alter tlio
general Interests of the school. There shall
also bo 0110or more truiilii ! | toAcnors. each to
take charjjoof two rooms and direct the \vorl (
of ttio pnplli of the training school who shall
bo dctuileU to teach under them.
6. These detailed pupils may bo designated
as cadet teichcrs. These cadets shall give the
main portion of Instruction to the pupils-In
the rooms to which they nro assigned , under
the Iiumeillato supervision , direction nnd
critical examination of the training teacher.
Thcso cutlets shall bo required to work lu tills
i way 'roin ' four to ei ht weeks , us mny bo di-
( reeled by the superintendent. The members
i of the theory and practice department will to
loqulred toile substitute worlc for n period
aggregating not less than four weol . TliU
substitute work to boilono from time to tirao
us required by the superintendent nnd for
which no compunsation whatever shall bo al
lowed , The cidet teneller whllo doing substitute
stituto woik shall bo under the inimedlnto
dhxictlon and instruction of the principal of
the school to which said cadob teacher is do-
tulloi ) , 1'rlnclpnls will in nil cases bo required
to rciort | to the principal of the theory nnd
practice department upon the work of thcso
uadet teachers. Proper blanks for sueli reports
ports will bo furnished hy the superintend
ent. Training toaehcrs shall ul o report the
stamling of each cadet under them to the
principal of the theory ana practice depart
ment.
0. Candidate ; for admission to this
school must bo graduates of our high school
or furnish satistuctory evidence of < iuallllci-
tlons equal to such ( 'induatlon.
T. The sutMnntciidont of ohools , the
the principal of thohlgU school anil the piln-
clpal of the theory and practice department
shall bo o convnlttuo to cxnmlna applicants
for admission to this . '
ilop.ininont. 'Ihls ooni-
tnltteo sliall also examine all applicants for
graduation , and upon their rccmniiiendutlon
to the board of education , after passing such
examination latlsfactorl'y ' , tbey ihall bo
granted n. diploma hr this board.
8. Applicant ? hwingpassed this examina
tion nnd received their diploma shnll bo
entitled to a primary grade certificate without
further examination.
After careful consideration of the subject ,
liavingmidoInquiries ronccrninKslinilar in
stitutions itiothereitics , wo beliuve that this
department of theory and practice might bo
successfully conducted In connection with our
city system of schools. ThU i > lan has been
adopted In n lariro number ofclLioi and car
ried on with satisfactory results. Wo belloeo
the establiuhmontof such 11 schoolU legal , in
support of which position wo respectfully
present the written opinion of the attorney of
the board , vhlch to attiched hereto.Vo be
lieve such nn adjunct to our school system to
lie entirely feasible. Oreat. numbers of those
city training schools luvo been in successful
operation foryo.irs , M'hu quality of the work
iloao in thorn is the veiy bust , So Important
an adjunct to the Keneral prosperity of the
school nro they that -when once established
they bjcotno pormanont. AVIth tlio cxncrl *
cncu of so many cities to guido us , tbowfs no
mison why 11 school of this character In Oinn-
ha should not prove an eminent SUCCO.HI. The
c\punso neeil not bo Inrgo. Onlytouclicrs of
first claw quantisations should bo employed.
The success of the imilcrtaWng will dcnoml
very largely on tholr character and ability.
The prlncipil should bo worth a alary equal
to the best pud In the high school , or 31,500 a
year. The training tcauhon should receive
perhupi $1,000 each. There will also boa
small additional expense for fuel nnd Janitor
service for ono room.
On the other hand , nicacti training teacher
with tbo assistance of the caJets helping her ,
will take char o of two rooim , a regular
teacher will bo displaced by oncli training
i teacher and a salary corrc3txndliig ) in amount
I will be saved in every case. U'horo would
I also lie a considerable saving by displacing
miscellaneous teach on , for which consider
able rn.9U.cy has ordinarily boon expended ,
This would save to the board a considcrnblg
sum each month' , andlfno regular substitute
teachers should be needed , as ia the case In
most cltlos that maintain normal school ) ,
enough could be saved to entirely cancel the
cost of this department. This saving plan ,
however , need not be considered essential to
the plan ve propose. The plan of employing
radeU as substitute teachers , wo holla\c ,
will prove entirely satisfactory , will
them valuable experience and would he of
great service to the schools.
Your c'ominltteo is thus led to believe that
a department of theory and practice can bo
safely undo im adjunct toourilty school sys
tem without danger of failure , or Infruction
of the law , and with little additional expense
to the hoard of education or the taxpayers of
the city. AVe would emphasize licro the Im
portance of maintaining a high standard of
Hcholnrihlp , TUo most successful schools of
thto kind malio the standard of admission as
high as Is required for grnduitionfrotn the
hUli school. Our school should require us
much ; to bo loss exacting would lower the
standard of teaching in the city. Tlio iniln-
tenancoof this hlfjhstandardwouldstlrnulnto
many to continue in the high school nnd com
plete the course , who , without this hope ,
would dropi out of tlio school. Wo hellovo
that tmny would complete a course in the
high school that they iu ! ht beoomo eligible
to the privileges of the theory and practice
dopartincnt.
Wlillo to thoio familiar only with largo
stito normal school with costly building * and
a largo corps of instructor * , so simple an or-
panlzatlon m the ouo wo propose may soorn
Insulllclcnt , itshould bo remembered that in
thcso state schools nearly all the teachers
uroengaged In giving neidomlu inductions ,
while one or two only nro occupied with tnnt
which Is strictly theoretical nnd practlcalbut ,
pupils will come to our school with the
ticadonilo woilc already completed nnd the
preparations for theoretical anil practical
training will ho found altogether sulllclont.
AYhllo this report Is necessarily incomplete in
inlnutodotaiU , wobollcvo it to bo asuillclont
bisls for thoMtaUisincnt of this department.
.The. further dotulh nmy ha completed by the
superintendent of Instruction , the committee
on special Instruction nnd the principal of the
theory and practice dopn-tment.
W , S. ( limn.
I'nnn
Only hall furo to St. Louis via the
\Vabnsh , coinracneinu October 4 to II
Inclusive. Good voturiilni ? wntll the
Htli. Tickets on snlo nt lf > 02 L-'nrimra
Btroot ; ulBo at Union Pacino clc | ota
Oinalia and Council Hluflii.
Dr. UliMioy , nose nnd Uiroat , 13c > e bltlg.
MAD ANTHONVVAVMJ. .
One Ifiindrcd mid Xlilrtopn riaues In
tlio United States CalleilAHcr Illni.
It may not bo generally known , oven
to the innn vho thinks ho lilts the nail
on tlio lioatl when ho say.s , "whit's In n
name , " that the naino of AVnyno is the
title or part of the title of moio places
in llio United States than any other , says
the Now York World , Ti'o ' t'u ' p'tui '
Wnyno fli-Htwithout any onibollishincnlH ,
Them is a Vnyno county In ( icorgla ,
IlllnoiH , hullima , Iowa , Kentuuhy , Mluh-
ifrim , MisHlsslnni , Miosourl , Nobnibka ,
Nortli Carolina , Jfow Yoi-k , Ohio , Poim-
svlvania , Tonnoshoo and West A'lrinla. .
* Jn Illinois there nro Bovcntocn town-
shins that are called "Wayne. I'lioro nro
twenty-one in Ohio , twelve in I'onmyl-
vunia , bovonloon In Indiana , three in
Iowa , two in Missouri , ono eaeh lu Kim-
Has , Mtilno , Miolilwaii , Missouri , flow
Jersey , Wisconsin , bo Uloa u station in
Now . 'Jersey and village in the state of
Now Yorlc.
There arc two Wayne Centers , ono in
Now Yorlc nnd ono In Pennsylvania.
There is a poat-hamlot in Illinois called
Wuyne Ulty and a post-village called
WuynoCouit House inVest Virginia.
In Na'V York Btuto there is a pluuo
culled Wayne Four Corners , and a vil
lage in Tennessee that IH fond o ! its tltlo
of Wajno Furnaco. There is a "Wuyno
Junction inl'onnsylvanhu
As for places called "VVnynosboroujrh ,
licro Is ono inUcordn , ono in Missis
sippi , ono In Tennessee , ono in Vir
ginia nnd two In Pennsylvania.
Wiiynesburg is tlio tlllo of t\vo pluues
in Ohio , two In Pennsylvania , one
in Indiana and ono In Kentucky , nnd
thcro \VaynodburgJuiictioiihi L-'cun-
sylvnuln.
Besides all these titles not apparently
on the wane anywhere , Waynoflold in
the numo of two parts of Ohio iind ono of
Georgia.Vayneavillo In tlio ntuiio of
ono place each in Illinois , Indiana , Mis-
sotiil , North Carolina and Ohio. In ono
section of Indiana the people scratched
their heads before they put "Wayne's
narao into thotitloof tlioir pluco , HO us
us not to got tlio till : end like any other
Wnyno place in the United States , bo
they named it\Vnyiio toii.
Dr. Bimoy , nose and throat , Bee bldjf.
TJin IjiiiKl Turtle.
The fomiilo lays her egga. Her neat
llnisliod , the turtle sotllos down toiler
work. IJntotlilB llmo she invariably
talced to llio water at the approach of a
slranpor. After she lioglns to lay tlio
proboneo of un army would not
frighten her , A mun could stand
ujon her hack nnd she would Icoop
horposition until the last ogf ( was drop
ped , Dr. Frank Fox , luvnll known hun
ter of Ne\v \ Smyrna , says ho once saw a
bear taUohlf ) stand hohlnd a tuitlo on
thonoHt. Bruin caught the cfjfrs in nl-
ternate pawn ni they foil , ami devoured
them with a smack of the chopj that
could hohoatd at the dlstanco of a hun
dred yanls. lloarii ha vo boon known to
watch turtles fo - hourd and then tear
them to pieces hocau&o they showed no
disposition to lay. The ois ; nro
debited at a dciith of from lltteonto
oluhteen Inoliofl. Tlioy are not ouil , 1m t
round , and no.irlv tlio hlzoofa lion's ogg.
The shell Is lloxiblo and white as snow.
It Is as eliiHtlo as rubber. Doiitan C'KL'
with your thumb and the indention \\lll
last 'for hours. I'PPT huiitorn nlwava
carrv ubtiK * , In whiuh they drop the
OK-gH. A bag of oj3 can bo thrown
across a hoi > o , the howe rlddonat full
gallop and not anegtf broken.
Dr. Dlinoy , nose and throat , Bco
iiu'Tfilnccd Hurinli'Hl.
"Very few btnokors real 17.0 the extent
of the harm done to the mouth , ha
and noi'voi by tobncoo , " Bays
known phjsieiiin In the I'hihuluiplilii
quircr , wlio has junt returned from ( ha
Jiorl in medical con gross. " \Vln-n I wus
In I uiopo I lunrncdot it Hiiupli' nail ofl
fcctivo method of rcnilorliief tolm < - < in *
tlroly harmless without denting nij , ill
nroum The inothpd wns diMo\
Dr. Gnntrclot of Vichy , mid itshimi
regarded us u priceless hnon to HIH rat
It consists of u siniill piece of 't ' onu
wool bleeped in a f or IO per CMit > u-
tion of pyrofrulllc add , inxorlcil M > upo
or cluiir holdcjrri , 'I'hlH will
trulivo any podslhlo ill clWM
of thonicotino. In this way IIMJ noli
only the ( juucrally adinltteil o\iU ol
BinokliiK' ' 1' ' ° oKircoino , but elrrosH o [
the llvor , whloliiu boinoliinoai'iu-md by
lohucco , and lighter oirocts of OUT in
ilulticneo , biichas liciuluclio JUKI ftirringf
of the toneuo mny bo avoided , i ilrid
aoid , whiuii vrm rocoinmonded b
for tlio Hitiim purpo.so , ha the
dlsadriiiitnjru of Hpolllntf the tastc < of
tohucco. ' '
Dr , Binioy , nebo nnd throat , B <
ciiiiroinin i\cnrhioiH. :
Pulliniui tourlrtt fcluoplnf , ' oar \ ar
to Uulifornlti and 1'itdlUoiujli
noinh leave Clileujfo otory Thu
Kaiihiw City o\ory I'Vidny via the
l'\i route , 'i'iclcut r.ito from t"
$ l7..rjO , from Sioux t'lty ' , Oinalia ,
oi-ICniiHiiH CMtv 8.T ) , hU-opInjf cui- nit >
from Chio | fo } ! ponlonblo burth.f
Kan MS City $ ' ! P"r duublo liurth. '
tiling furnlshni ca.xeojit incnlH.
oxcuriiloii ( iru porsoiinllycoiiilui'H'd by
oxporloncoil ( wourhlon iniinn orrf whH (
accompany jiititlnn to durillnutlon. I < 'OB
excur ion folder containing full p-irlh-Uj
hu'H nnd niaj ) folder and tlmo ti'bln of
Santa Ku loutuiiadiuhurvlii of hlropinjf
car lcrth ) , nddrosa S. M. Ongooil , on1
oral nfjont , tt.L. I'alinur , fioiulit an
juih-seiiffora tMil , A'JAH. , . rullroa
111308 riirnuin utioot , Omaha , N'ubmakf

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