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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1890)
Iff TIIK OMAHA DAILY I HO 10 : Ht'NOAV , MAIfCII li , 1HOO.--SIXTIWN1 I'AUIOH ,
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II CHAIRS 28c.
Pull-died eheriX. I 11)1 ) t III1 ll'HIklll '
Folding Bed $22.50 , worth .
oak o for IP's ill in i.
i SS X.
TRIPOD $1,50 , worth $4 , Center Table . $2.85 , worth $6. ,
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r.i'i ; ' ui\ a ii i Mi'mi 11 \
Lilly Wrought Steel Range
| | i tun mill s. , ' . ' uifi nli for Onmhii I'ri "i
li01 iiiuii i us'i Ii ui * nsk for siuil ur trou li
Chairs 65c , worth $1.50
12n y w kly i > r in iiiilily
| f " OTi liif | $ | |
ffiS2 - . v cVrvu ri > , , ! ilai'fiW 3lJ fr1
Universal Cook Stove
iu M k4KTOUi Huu PTnrfff ntifinrf trrgimnT.ifrtfftirf.i | yif.iHii tmor fito- * , $ IS , worth $30 m.
On c T V p i vmpnt -
Child's Folding Crib , $3.50 , worth $6.
i $10 worth of goods , $1 cash , and Jl weekly.
Hat Rack $4.75 , worth $10.
Il.it Pu'inh I'lutu Minor , On c-nsj niijmunti.
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UNIVERSAL VAPOR STOVE
liver ) stoxo Kiiiirnntt'eil On easy Bicker $1,65
pa.MiirnH f , r lest than other houses Othe
] tpn , CninC8 | , fmi ,
Lasy pnjments. tS0 ( | < , . ; .ls , , , , , , , , , ( <
Worth $8. WORT ( | $3i50 ( Chamber Suit $24.75. Ingrains. I'K-iip. Brussels)1' ! up.
1 ermS Easy Terms. Polished oak or munogany. Worth $ -10. Velvets 9ue up. Moqueltcs $1. II ) ip
Kasy weekly or inoiith'h payments. Matting l e up.
DU YOU WANTTOLOOK SWEET ?
"Bab" Tolls Just How This Purpose
May Bo Accomplishod.
WOMtN IN KNEE BREECHES.
Ulioy Know How tin ) Divided Skirt
Ijoolts and Keels Ono G.iTrt
li ! irro Kndluif is u
Nice \ \ oinan ?
Gossip Troin Gotham.
Nn\v Yoitic , March IS. [ Special to
Tin : Br.i : . ] This is the time of the year
when the olul iiiun looks out the win
dow , watched the girls coming from
nftornoon church , and snj's Unit they
"go on their shape. " lie criticises
thorn exactly : xs ho would a thorough
bred horse , anil ho approves or disap-
lirovos , as far as gowns are concerned ,
liiit continually returns to the question
of "tho shape. "
The young woman who is going out
"in hop Jluupo , " as the Frenchwomen
gay , usually does it at the rislc of hav
ing pneumonia , or what is much lobs
poetic , a cold in her hoad. Hut nover-
thoto-s , slit ) feels as if bho hat , not put
her inonoy in the full colters of lier
tailor for nothing. She is gowned in
inamo , ilovo , iistache , or blade , her
Blurt is hoftly draped , and there is no
mi.spii-ion of stools , or anything &o vul-
jjar as a bustle about her. Over her
round bodice , which is of soft sillc and
unl\ intended for this special time , is
the jurkot on which the clever tailor
lias laishod the art of his scissors and
his artistic sense of the Illness of things.
HIS rs nut A SMAIIT covn'Mi : .
The smurtoit one is of black cloth Ill-
ting like the proverbial glove , and
rather longer than wo have boon in the
habit of seeing so-called short jackets.
Like the coat in which old Grimes was
clothed , it Is buttoned down before , and
these buttons are of black and silver
unamol ; the collars , the cults , all the
outlines and small rovers that are just
near the collar , show the adornment ,
ithich consists of alternate rows of gold
nnd silver braid. Your frock may bo
inado at homo by a dressmaker at } - a
lay , or bo the result ofov \ own indus-
trj . jour bonnet have been no nearer
a millinery shop than n band-box , but
if \ on woarncoat.it must have the
Bta'mp o ( the masculine cut , of the mas
culine tit , nnd of the miisculuio appro
bation. That is. if you want to go out
"in jour tlguro. "
HOW MAIIKt. HOT IN'TO Till ! sAVIM.
The marriage of Misa Mabel Wright
to the divorced brother-in-law of Mrs.
" \Villio Vanderbilt hns made interesting
jigain the history of this much-ovorated
young woman's entrance into the world
of fashion. Her one beauty is her hair ,
which is that pure blonde seldom seen
oxcipt on heads of Swedish girls in
fact , her so-called beauty is lhat inane
looking blondness which can bo soon at
Castle garden any day , when n lot of
emigrants nrrUo fiom Sweden. The
gossips toll that eovoral seasons ago a
well-Known Now Yoriior was in the
water at Narracansott when suddenly ,
us if she came from the sea , there ap
peared bestdo him with the waves as u
Imekground , n fuir young woman whoso
light Jocks hung around her as do those
of the ineniwid J mean iho mer
maids that wo see pictures of
and uot the cues wo sue in
dime museums. ) The admiring youth ,
with a stutter that was inimitable , in
genuously asked , "Are you VonubV"
Nobody knows what the young woman
said , but .soon after her discoverer
sought an introduction , presented her
lo sumo fashionable women , and she is
quoted as one of tne few who got into
the swim by plunging into the \\ater.
wo.MUN' AND Tin : iiviuin : ' KUIT.
The disidcd skirt is a subject of
iievor-ending interest and curioiitj' ,
It will al'Aaj'S bo sexless , ft can't bo
called trousers , and it is not suliiciontlj'
feminine to be called a petticoat. Some
thing funny the other Uay was seen at
the dressmakers. Hosinii Yokes , who
\\ears picturesque divided skirts , sent
to her modisto 11 doll wonderfully ar
rayed in a white sillc divided skirt elab
orately trimmed with lace , so that she
might see exactlj * how hers was made.
Did j on over sou a woman out on
knee-breeches to wear for borne expedi
tion in the woods' A boy in them for
Iho lirst time is quite at home , but the
most daring of hunters and Ushers
among women booms to become limp
and helpless when her costume consists
of kneo-broochesloggings and a blouse.
She stands lirst one toot and then the
other out , then she stands still and
walks as if she wore onlj" permitted la
use one log at si time , taking a slop with
ono fooi and then bringing the other
one forward to join it before she takes
another. She is wriggly , anu uneasy ,
JVJHrnivo : : is roMixo UNiti'TToxni ) ,
and bho wishes she hud staved at homo.
Two weeks of the unique costume may
make her more at ease , but when blie
lirst assumes the normal potli-
coat and skirt she gives a
great sigh of relief , and bays :
"O , how comfortable I am ,
and what a pleasure it is to walk or sit
down ! " \Vhichgoestoprovo that the
nalural woman inclines toward the pet
ticoat not divided , but intuln as nrotly
as possible with no end of lace frills
upon it. I have always been convinced
lhat Hvo's petticoat was made of the
loaves of the magnolia tree trimmed
with a fringe of lilies of the valley , and
ami having for avaist band and ties
xmv rou TOUIMSTS.
.lust now tin1 seekers after novelty arc
rushing to the other aide of the water
to got ro t , or now clothes or to plunge
in wilder dissipations. Of course the
ono dcsiro of those who remain at homo
is to give something unique to the ono
who goes away ; it is known that Howard
are thrown away immediately after
Sandy Hook is passed , still , they con
tinue to bo sent in great quantities ,
though wino and fruit vie with thorn.
Ilowovor , the greatest novelty was
something done for a very piotty wom
an who sailed a woolc ago to sco if
there was anything now in Paris. She
was tortunnto in having the captain's
room , nnd when she reached the steam
er , nnd entered it , she found that an
ndmlror had had a corner , which seemed
of no use whatever , illled with a proco-
lain tiled box , in which wore growing
and blooming a great mass of forgot-mo-
nots. These would last over the journey -
noy , bo lovely to look upon , and no matter -
tor how ill one might bo , as they have
no perfume they never could bo oppres
A xiw : voitiv oiut/s iii/.Aitiu : STus. : .
The white lock hns made its appoar-
nnco on H road way , nnd it certainly can
not be commended. It had Its birth in
Paris , where the Indies of the demi
monde who have bleached , reddened ,
whitened and blackened their hair , in
seeking for something now , concluded to
ha\o ono thick curling lock of snow-
white hnir just above their forohondB.
The result 19 Btnrtllug- indeed , it is al
most demonical. The young woman who
first appeared with this pfttanic curl in
New York is a girl who never lets what
slio considers a novelty pass her bv , and
the consequence is oven the men who
like her do not care lo bo scon with her
as her appearance isso bi/arro thatthcy
will select the more quietly dressed girl
with whom to lake a walk , or to ask to
go the thcntro or opera. About MX
months ago when making up was u
greater novelty than it is now , this
young woman had a property lillod
make-up box with the contents of which
bho made her cheeks pink , using a
hare's foot mounted on silver , her ojo-
brows blacked" with some creamy stutt
applied with a tiny comb , while her
veins are made bluer than if the blood
of Adam end Kvo did not run in them ,
with crayons of the correct hue.
She was' asked ono night to n
supper party at Uol's , and
the man who gave it went to the cluip-
orone and said : " 1 am sure j-ou quite
understand the spirit in which I speak ,
for I really liico Miss folly , but as rho
is so remarkably pretty ( dial's the nice
way to put it ) ami people will stare at
her so , can't you persuade her to wear
a dark , or at least a quiet dresb this
evening ? " The ehapcrono promised ,
and g.ive to the host the glad news that
Miss Folly would bear all black , but
when ho saw her ho wished that he had
asked her to wear red or Ihiming yul-
\Q\Y \ in preference. The black lace
frock and black lace hat brought out
and intensilied the vorj- rod hnir , the
pink cheeks , the very blue veins , and
the very black brows and lashes so
much that everybody in the theater
nnd at Dol's turned and stared at the
young woman who was dressed "so
quietly" in black.
A UTTU : WOJIAN'h 11)13 V OP COMTOIIT.
A small woman who had boon edu
cated in an atmosphere of art went , not
very long ago , to a ton given in a very
gorgeous house , whore thousands of
dollars had been spent upon the fur
nishings. When she came homo , she
was nskod , "Well , didn't you think it
was u beautiful JiousoV" "i'rimly the
little maid answered , "It may have
boon very beautiful , but it wasn't co/.y *
for I noyei1 saw n single cushion , except
ono with so much gold on it that it
would have scratched your lace. " The
woo woman's idea of comfort was appre
ciated by her own inmilj1 , and the
listener could not but think that of the
making of many pillows there was no
ond. And , he-it of till , that thoj' wore
really expected to bo of use ; to 1111 in
corners of a chair that it might bo more
comfortable ; to put back of your header
or for your shoulders to rest ngaiiibtor ,
indeed , wherever you wanted ono.
DOWNY 1'IM.OWS I'Oll WOMAN'S 1II3AI ) .
Old-fashioned brocade is greatly
liked for these comforts , nnd it is quite
the thing for the hostess to hold up
some special pillow and announce Hint
it was made out of n piece of her great
grandmother's petticoat. Sometimes
this is true much oftenoi1 it is an artis
tic Ub. Oriental silks in faint , dull
shades make nice pillows , and so do the
printed Knghsh ones. A yellow pillow
brightens up an entire establishment ,
and one lilloa with plno-neodles should'
bo small enough lo rest right uiulor the
face , so that the slumber-invoking nor-
fume may bo inhaled. Hut no pillow
must bo too elaborate for use , and none
must bo slutted so hard that it is suggestive -
gostive of discomfort. White satin
pillows with tiny sprigs embroidered
upon thorn in conventional fashion are
liked , but the satin musn'tlook too new ,
nor as if its owner had any desire what
ever to lot it exist with any other pur
pose in view than supporting a weary
back , or , letting a tired head petit upon
it. The pillow fad is by no moans a
bad one , us it has made possible the bit
ting in chairs that were designed
either for people that had ramro ! . in
place of spinal columns , or who could
adapt themselves to an shape as might
Wll \ P ! > A XK H.WOMX ?
A man s.iid that his idea of a nice
woman was ono who was charmed with
what ho said , and paid vorj1 little atten
tion to the things ho did.
A nice woman is ono who says good-
mni'iiiiifj with a smile and gool-night
with a blessing.
A nice woman is t n 5 who doesn't
make you sutler , at second-hand , with
her aohrs , nor expect jou to think
there is but ono doctor in the world ,
and that he is tlio ono of her choice.
A nice woman is one who is evenly
pleased with the weather that is , the
temperature dooi not nITcct her temper ,
and when Iho skies rain water she docs
not shower tears and groan every
A nice woman is ono who can cat
what is sot before her , wear the clothes .
she possesses , and do both with amia
bility and without envy.
A nice woman is ono who sees iho
niceness in you and mo and all the rest
of'the world , and as she obliterates our
faults she makes Us try to do it to.
That's the nice woman. H.\ .
An UnPortuii'itc K"iiimdcr.
( lilt nun llrr.ttil.
A teacher of n youthful cluss in Sunilny
school ono day
" " asked 'Mill
"With what strung ? weapon"
feninsnii the Philistines slayf"
'I hen knit the orows that hid the brain of
. each determined youth.
Hut none ot thuir rosuaiehes urouirht to
li 'ht the nuuilctl truth.
The to.n-liur sought to slightly aid their
memories raiiuss ,
And tapping on his jaws ho asiicd , Now ,
children , what is thM"
The answer Ihov were searching for came
bade lo them , alas !
They all in Imsty tones exclaimed. "Tho
GAVE UP THE DUCK.
Huntsmen Yielded the Ground Tem
porarily ton Venei-'illn Alllgistor.
An alligator , said by exports to bo
sovonty-livo years old , is on exhibition
at Thunderbolt , says the Savannah
News , and enlists universal interest on
account of the prominence of its cap
tors , who went duck-hunting , and came ,
very near being carried on" by the von-
ornblo saurian lubl Thursday.
The alligatoc was captured near Alli
gator pond'near Warsaw , under the
following circumstances : Dr. ,1. Kddy
of Fall Hi von , Mass. , Frank Kddy of
Boston , and'Usher Parsons of Now
York , nnd son of ( ioorgo Parsons , who
are with Iho J'arsons party as Mr. Par
sons' guests.tit Warsaw , were duc-k
hunting , nnd ono of the party '
shot a ( luoU-and was approaching
the dead fowl when the alligator
suddenly crvwlod out and disputed
the right of possession. Dr. Kddy ,
after a hastv glance at the hUgo follow ,
concluded the alligator , by Iho right of
eminent domain , ought to hnvo the
duck , and , it is said , began to increase
the distance between himself and the
The Hustonian and young Parsons at
first thought were of the snmo opinion ,
and for a while it looked as if the alli-
gulor would have It all his own waybut
before it reached the water with the
ducic courage returned to the party and
ono of them put a rlllo ball in the suur-
inil's mouth which stunned it , and be
fore it recovered consciousness it was
made a helpless prisonertaken on board
the yacht , and brought in triumph to
Thunderbolt , whore it appears to be
none the worse for the shot.o.xcopt that
it is in captivity. The trio of spoilsmen
nro verj proud of their morning's hunt ,
and on their return north \\ill take
their priio with them.
THOUGH FS IN LlCiira ViilN ,
Waifs From the World of Wit and
LITTLE TOM MY TOLD HER HOW.
Kestilr of 3H\otl Family Helutions in
Texis Not lo be Head Alon.l
She Jlnd Uueii There IJ ; -
Now York Weekly : Benevolent Lady
"I have boon trying to llnd the Old
Ladies' Homo. Tnis is it , isn t it- !
Door Tender "No. madam. This is
the stage door of the Spectacular thea
ter. " '
Subiirlmniic and I1U Wife.
Short and sharp is lui ( 'ond-bi kiss ,
As ho leaves his Mary .tano ,
Ho plants it u In hit or miss.
And runs for the earliest train.
Fryiiiirifui ami Fire.
New York Weekly : Irish Immigrant
( a few yearhonon ) "Had luck to ould
Knglnnd. Oi'm in free Amoriky at lust.
Can ye/ toll mo phcrc Oi can lind wor-
C'iti/.on "Co to No. 10 Hliink street
and ask for the Umplojniont Uureau of
Iho Knglish syndicate. ' '
Puck : Heoehnm What do you think
of Senator I lyjink'n billV The prohibi
tionists laud il ns n marvel of hiigaeity ,
while the grconbnckors say it is "noth
ing extraordinary. ' '
Brandrcth What ? Don't the oppo
sition call it "tho venomous treason of a
load-spotted enemy of his country ; ' '
Moeuhnin No. indeed.
HrandreUi My boy , vou can safely
hot that "deal" is
some big being engi
neered between the parlies ,
An Inilimrloui lliireau.
Judtro : Fnnglo The signal service
does four times .13 much predicting now
as it used to.
Cum ) Is that so ?
Fangle Yes ; where it fopmnplvmndo
ono ' indication" it now makes fore
A Conjugal Dialogue.
Judge : "Hofore our marringo"com
plained tno wife , "you assured mo that
my pathway through lifo would bo
Btrown with POM'S , wnoroas I spend mj-
evenings mending blockings , "
"Well , dnpling , you know you could
not walk on roses barefooted on account
of the thorns. "
DiiinnH1 Pateiniil Pride.
Alexander Dumas , the older , the
creator of Monte Crisio , was never at n
loss fop an answer. On the llpst night
tit Paris of his son's famous drama , "La
Dame aux Camellas , ' ' ho was wandering -
ing about the theatre , his fneo beaming
with pleasure nt his hoy'u success. An
acquaintance , wishing to say something
agreeable to him , axclaimud : "Sui'oly ,
my dear masiop , ihis is ono 1 mean you
have had a largo share in the produc
tion of this piece1" "Certainly , cer
tainly ! " replied the old man. "Why ,
its author is by mo ! "
New York Weekly : Hoportor "I
represent the Daily Hustler and 1 have
called to obtain your views on the proj-
pocts fop spping trade. ' '
Uiagusted Merchant "Oood lands !
Wo'vo had nothing but spring trade all
Gave flie Desit-cd Information.
London Tid Bits : Little Tommy had
spent his lir t day tit school.
"What ( lid you learnV" asked his
nunlio on his return.
"Didn't loarii anything"said Tominj- .
"Well , what did'\ou , deV
"Didn't do anything. A woman
wanted to know how to spell 'cat' and I
told hor. "
A Mi\c-il l-'nm'ly. '
Texas Siftings : A widower with a
number ot small children married a
widow who was similarly blessed. In
duo tune the newly married co'iplo
added to iho number. [ louring a voice
in Iho yard ono day the father went
out to see what was the matter.
"Well , what was itV asked his wife
as ho returned all out of breath.
"Your children nnd mj- children
were pounding our children , ' was the
Ho Noudcd KL-HT.
Texas Shillings : Anxious wife Doc
tor , how is my husband ; *
Doctor lie will como around till
right. What lie needs now is quiot. 1
have here a couple of opiates.
"When shall 1 gho them to himV"
"Givo them to him ! They tire for
j'ou , madam. Your husband needs rest.
Oil IIIH CIldllCH.
Binghamton Republican : Wife ( sus
piciously ) Cyrus , my nose never de
ceives me. You ha\o boon drinking
again , .
Husband ( ptithet1 quickly ) It's on my
clothes , Kimly. The car was crowded
nnd 1 had lo 'occupy a seat with an in
ternal revenue collector.
'llu'MusI Helpful Hook.
Washington Post : A little knot of
gontletnon seated in front of the Ar
lington last evening were discussing
"Hy the waj- , senator.1 said ono ,
"what book do you think has helped
you most ? "
"Um so well , I guess may bo the
Her Kcali/.iim So n siNew - .
New York Mercury : Matilda Green-
Held I cay n't ' do yo' wasliin' no mo'
nrftor today , ma'am , kaso 1'so gwino
tor be mahied.
Mrs. Mildl.\ Indeed , Matilda. I am
really very glad of it on your account.
Hut 1 hope you have given the nmttor
careful consideration , Matildnand that
you lully ronli/.o the importance of the
stopyou are about to take.
Matilda 'Deed I does , ma'am , Mood
I does ; kasc L ben mahied fo' times al
ready , an' I realises jess how eap'ful a
pusson has top bo 'bout dis mappyin'
Don't Head ( Ills Out h-iutl.
Now York Tri'iuno ' : Thepo is n rather
lively sot of matrons and young girls in
the staid nnd sallied City of Monuments'
who , since their occontrleilies have be
come historic , are known us the "Urnsi
band. " The matrons nro not all young ,
Some , indeed , tire in the sere and yellow -
low leaf , and are rivals of thelp own
dnughlers , One of these ancient hellos
delights in very docoUeto.gowns , and in
displaying lior withered charms to the
horror-striekon spectator. A society
man lately took this lady's daughter to
account fop some inippudonco.
"Hut , " she replied , "jou know 1 must
keep up with mamma , "
"Vopy true , " suitl the society man ,
"very iruo. Vou may keep up with hop ,
but you can't ouislpip hop.1
Tl a Howler Kilters tlio Itlnir.
Detroit Free Press "Tho Ari/ona
Howler' htm succumbed to the guessing
idiocy which is now nlllicting so mnnv
newspapers. It recently niadi the fol
lowing announcement : "Our renders
now have n chance to reap a golden
harvest. Wo have a well-deMloped
hou in our ollieo , and all are invited to
guess its weight , the pri/.o to the < .uc-
cessful guesser being a < > gold juei o
and an opeep on Al DaggotV saloon 'or
ton straight drinks. Fill out the gm * - , -
ing coupon which wo print in anulh < r
column , and sum ! it to 'The Hog KiU
tor. ' All gue-sc.s must bo ' entoirfl
coupon , ( iuc-s early and ofien ' Com
menting on this "Tho Ari/ona Kuicei
remarked : "Wo can tell the pubT.v.
"now to win that pri/e. The hey in
'The Howler'ollieo is the eo.\oU who
claims to bo its editor , and his wught
us accurately recorded in the 10 inly
j-iil , where it can bo ascertained by any
eiti/en. Hy all means guess eiu-lj anil
often , and bankrupt the'galoot. '
UVan a Chestnut.
"Como and sit beneath the oal < tree ,
And I of love will speak to tlu-e.
" 1 liou'lt spo.ilc of love ! we'll sit , ' she said ,
"JJcnoath this clinstnut tree mste.id '
.No Fault of HIH.
Now York Herald : Among llu e.T-ps
which I found on my calendar r < enlly
\vnsonotliat I shall style HodKius vn-sua
1'odkins. When I called it the attorney
fop the ] ) lainlill ppompllj answered ,
" 1 am not prepared to go on
morning1 said the opposing COM
"and 1 ask for an adjournment.
"On what ground ? " 1 asked.
' 'I have not been able to prepare for
the case , owing to ah , well family
complications , ' ' ho replied , " 1 have nail
a well an increase in my family this
morning my wife has pre-cntcnl mo
with a son. 1 really have not lind titno
todovoto to Ihiscnso. "
" 1 don't consider that aalid ial ,
excuse for an adjournment. " i \i aitnoil
the plaintilT's attorney. " 1 lO'igpntu- '
late the gentleman upon Die nuMm ions
event , but I think ho should be mndo
to go on. I liava brought all mj wit
nesses into court tit considerable ex
pense , and I am entitled to n trial. "
Podkins' representative arose , liub-
bling over with wrath. " \ our Honor. '
ho cried , "sjmuH my client be nij u-oil
by an accident that has happinod
through no fault of minoVh' I have
not boon able toattond to his business.1
Thu adjournment was granted.-
A liittle Clilld'H .Message.
She wasn't on Iho playground , BIO ua < > n ton
the lawn ,
Tlio llttlo ono was missing nnd bed lnuo
Wo hunted in the pardon , wo pupped nbo it
If HluupniK under rose tree or 1. ac she
Hut nnituiitt c.unu In answer to nil o ir aux
Until at loiiKth we hastened wilbin UiQ
darkunniK hall ,
And Hum upon tlio stlllncps llicrc br Uo a-
The darling mite was stnntliiiR before the
And soflly , us wo llstonoil , caiao hten'.ng
down Iho stairs :
"H'lo central ! Uivu tno heaven' i \\ni.t to
nay my prayers. "
A I'fii-U SUlUlnir UlilU
In Paris there istiskalingrink fen
of real ice on a eipculttp basin ofu
apilllclally eoolod by pipes c
If you are sulToplng with \\unU ur m-
llamo.l oji's , or granulated e\iids \oa
can bo cured bj using Ur I H ,
McLean's Kitrcngltiuning 1 jo b.io. .
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