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rm7""'OMAITA' DAILY BEE: TITTTIISDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1001
SAYS BILL IS OUTRAGEOUS
Inspector Lyich Exposes Beinlt of Inreati
gatiom of Eocpital Plambins;.
BELIEVES COUNTY HAS BEEN GOUGED
rise's Twi Headred aid Thlrieea
Days' Work Paid For that Caa-
ot Be Accounted Far
, City Plumbing Inspector Lynch has
formulated a report for the South Bide
Second Ward Improvement club showing
flagrant extravagance and misuse o( time
In plumbing repairs at the county hospital.
In company with Commissioner O'Keeffe
tie made a critical InBpectlon of the re
pairs and aaya positively that at least 33
working days out of 645 were wasted. He
cliaructerlzea the bill as "outrageous."
Following la the report which will be read
to the club:
To the Officers and Members of the South
Blue Herond Ward Improvement Club: As
a raembor of the committee appoinied by
the chair to Investigate the plumbing that
Is being done at the county hotipual, I
have the following to report:
I first went through the records, etc.. In
the county clerk's office and found bills
that had been allowed on this work up to
November 2t, 19u2, amounted to more than
$l,iiUO. I understand that since I saw the
book another estimate of something over
$1.0i has put In an appearance, which
woubl bring the total coet to date to nearly
tS.(MiO. There are bills still outstanding that
will make the grand total for repairs on
the plumbing of this institution about
In Progress Two Tears.
I find, according to statements by County
Commissioner O Keeffe. that this repnlr
work had been In progress going on two
years In October, 1102, which woull make
about 500 working days put in, counting out
Runrtave, holidays and one-half days off
on Saturday, which time a plumber Is not
allowed to work according to the rules of
the Plumbers' union.
Commissioner ''Keeffe and myself went
,i in tha nnanltal Tuesday. B"Dtember 8,
and had the plumbers at work take us
through the building and show us all the
ilumbirig work tnat naa Deen uone. i cant
,,iiv a mtnpH the same and estimated the
time a plumber would ordinarily take to do
the uirrnrent pieces nr. worn mm irnu wmi
done, allowing plenty of extra time for
complications. I took the plumber's word
for three months he claimed to have put
In on the beating plant and allowed him
thirty days for extra hnrd luck which he
may have had and for tin work which he
claims to have done. I also allowed thlrty-
rinvi time for renalrs on Bundles In
basement. After allowing extra, time for
supplies on each piece or. worn aone, my
total time, as I figured It, Is 332 days. The
time as charged at present Is about 645
days, ranking a difference of about 213 days
that I annot account for. The plumber
was very careful to call my attention to
everything done, as some of the work
pointed out only amounted to about fifteen
Meed sat Expert for This.
There Is also a large amount of time
that I have not looked Into put In on re
pairs to the steam plant, which I believe
aliould bo Investigated and a movement
started that will result In some competent
and reliable utter examining mis worn ana
niacins- an estimate on the same, as I am
Informed that everything In this Una is not
Just as It should be.
I would further recommend that such ae
tlon bo talcen as will show this work as It
should be. for It seems to me tnat the ma.
Jorlty of the committee of commissioners In
charge Is not doing Its duty when it al
lows such work as this to go on. I be
lieve the whole work could be token out
and replaced with an entire new job for
less money than has been expended on re
pairs uu to date. I believe that If a major
ity of the commissioners had satisfied the
mtnorltv br an Investigation one and one.
half years ago, the people of this county
would not have been compelled to pay
! what I believe is an outrageous plumbing
A Marveloas Acoompllahaaeat.
A noted New York chef. In speaking on
I the subject a few days ago, said:
"Did you ever stop to think what It
means to serve from fifty to 125 people a
meal In a dining car? The necessarily
mall space In which the meal must bo pre
pared, the rapid manner In which It must
be served, the fact that all the time the
1 train is running at a high rate of speed,
and that the diners are moving In and out
I ef the dining car, in the very limited space
i allotted for the waiters to servo the meal.
all add materially to the difficulty of the
"In looking over a dinner menu In use
oa the New Tork Central's Twentieth Cen
tury Limited, I was surprised to find that
this dinner would cost, at any first-class
hotel In Now Tork, between J4 and 15. Of
course, all of the dishes on the menu would
not likely be ordered by any one person.
but the faet that each patron has the en
tire menu to order from Is the foundation
for my estimate of what the dinner would
cost In New Tork.
"Among the dishes served on the day
examined the menu were green turtle soup,
shad, fresli mushrooms, spring lamb, teal
duck, fresh tomatoes, i strawberry short
rake, etc., etc." From the Brooklyn Btand
Aaaooaeeaaeats of the Theaters
First of the season again In the line of
farce-comrdles at the Boyd comes "Hello,
Kill!" It Is a Jolly laugh-maker, and is
aid to be in the hand of a competent
company. It will be here tonight, for one
night only. Cora Van Tassel and her com
pany, with "The Volunteer," come on Frl
day evening for two nights and a matinee.
This war melodrama Is said to be furnished
with a most realistic scenlo equipment. It
has had much success wherever It has been
shown, Popular prices will prevail, 15, 26,
to and 75 rents. Seats are now on sale.
Via. Wabash. Railroad.
Bt. Louis and Return, tll.H.
Bold October 4 to I. -
Leave Omaha 6:65 p. m., Arrive Bt Louis
7:00 a. m.
City Office 1601 Farnam Street, or Address
Harry E. Meeres, Genl. Agt. Pess. Dept.
Fifth War Resnblleaas.
'The Fifth Ward Republican club will
meet Thursday evening. September 10. 1908.
at Young's hall, lth and Corby sts. All
; W. B. CHRISTIE), President
PAUL. B. SEWARD, Seoretary
The Lake) laors Liaaitea to Pittsburgh
A through Pittsburgh sleeper Is now In
dally service on the Lake Shore Limited
leaving Chicago at 6:30 p. m., and reach.
lng Pittsburgh the next morning at 8:13,
. affording Pittsburgh travel all the luxurt.
ous appointments of this famous train,
M. 8. Giles. T. P. A., Chicago; C. F. Daly,
Chief A. u. r. A., Chicago.
Bk lalaaa Srstcaa.
H.U Lincoln and return 8 opt T to U; re
turn limit, Sept. li
Douglas Printing Co., l&os Howard. Tel
Dr. C. Rosowater has returned from the
XF.NNKDT-Lulu. aged a years, wife of
Hen It. Kennedy, Ml Mortn Twenty.
elKiitb streot. Omaha, at Woman's Chris
tian Aoc!nt)n hospital, council Bluff.
t 1 d. m.. Sei)teniter t.
Fun or i J from Kt. Paul's church, Council
Bluffs, tit I p m. Thursday. Interment in
Prospect Hill cemetery.
fM B4s7.( Rwsj 7.' TelepboM 701
was Ntrsusi tMWIg illllt
r I U (I 1 -cm" M K.3: rt aLT
Men's Trousers at $1.10
Good, strongly made work Trousers, made of heavy Union
cashmere, all sizes up to 44, all the neat, new patterns
in hair line stripes and checks, will
stand hard wear and retain a good ap
pearance, well worth two dollars a
pair, at ,. .. .
Ladies' Suit and Skirt Specials.
Ladles' Walking Suit at $8. 50 -The stylish new Walking Suits, mad, of
the pretty mixed materials so popular for fall wear f
novelty trimmings, etc a great special value for Q jll
Thursday at , r.w
Smart Walking and Dress Suits at S 12.50 Mad In all the new man
nish cloths, knickerbockers, cheviots, etc. prettily
trimmed and very stylish special Thursday
Box Coat Suits at $14.85 The vary swellest novelty long-skirted box
coats all satin lined triple fold trimmings skirt - A Q
and Jacket a great value .
Ladles Stylish Dress Skirts Made
of the new materials popular this
fall trimmed with taf- - g r
feta folds the stylish J mJ CJ
long trains special at
Swell Skirts la dress and walking lengths with and with
out linings taffeta folds, etc, worth double the money, at
Walking Skirts In the self strap
trimmings made In the novelty
cloths special E? f
Great Trimmed Hat Values at $3.50
Specially attractive model gun metal chenille braid half pom
padour effect green velvet binding and trimmings, with black
wings on under brim at
Special Ostrich Feather Value
A fourteen-lnch Amazon Plume worth one dollar and a half
Great values In Trimmed Hats velvet, felt and chenille
effects with ostrich tips and wing trimmings
The curtains have arrived. See them in the front window. Real
Renaissance, Real Batten berg, Genuine Point de Arab, and all the high
est grade curtains from the custom house purchase. On sale Monday,
September 14th, at one-fourth their regular price. The grandest cur
tains ever shown In Omaha. See them In the window.
t well as all other railway pay checks are
cashed at our bank. Accounts opened for $1 or
more and 4 per cent interest paid.
J. L. Brandeis & Sons
OR, WILKINSON'S EYE, EAR. NOSE, THROAT CLINICS.
CREIQHTON BLOCK, 13th AND DOUGLAS, OMAHA.
Treatment and operations dally for catarrh. Catarrhal Deafness, Adenolds-often
cause of mouth hreathing, llstlessness and deafness in children. Illshaped Noses.
Chronlo Bore Throat, Enlarged Tonsils, Growths in Nostrils, Polypi, etc. Cleft Palate!
Harelip. Kunnlng Kars, Cross Eyes straightened by operation. Headache, due to eye
hayfeveretc causes. Affections of the voice, the tongue. Irritable coughs,
' THESIS CLINICS ARB PRICE TO THE POOR, t TO O'CLOCK.
Open evenings 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays to 12. No charges for examination of patients.
What your teeth need today.
can never oe' replaced.
Don't Delay Until Tomorrow
The smallest loss of tooth structure by decay
BAILEY, Tho Dentist,
Telephons 1085. 3rd Floor Piiton Block.
We have the handsomest stock of
Oorhani Sterling Silver In town.
New stock of unique pieces for wed
We are sure we can please you and
would be delighted to show you.
BROWN St BORSHEIM,
222 South 16th Street.
This ts the way we sell
ALETRla COKD1AL. 85c
H KOl'NDIA 85c
CEI-KRIN A tuj
Ol'lJK'8 PKPTO MANO AN fcic
OKAY'S Ul,YOEKINK TONIC fcoo
OLYCOTHY MOLJNB fcxj
NKI KOHI.NE too
Komeiuber it make no difference whether
you gel me anove iiungs "on a prescrip
tion or by asking for them our price is
Just the sam 'cause we don't have two
Cij prices on ine same article.
110 oHeruna Omaha s lowest price.... 87e
S.c Castorla 24c
$1.00 Iterre's Remedies Ku-
ti Genuine Cheaters Pennyrovsl Pllle fl u)
ti n ulksix.i i immci ni l rr;iis ,
OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
Vwe 'Ffceaee 74T mm TwT. -104b,
mmm f ! Bueeia, Oaaatta '
Now Is when you need 'era good
solid shoes this kind of weather pre
vents wet feet and probably a spell
Chllds' sites, m to 11, tl.75.
Misses' slses, Uhi to t, $2.2i.
Young women's sises, Zhi to , $3 00.
These young women's slses are In
low or spring heels.
Genuine welt soles with the smooth
Inner soles we recommend this shoe
for honest wear, comfort and satis
faction. DREXEL SHOE CO.,
TUB RELIABLH STOHfcl.
Ot'R COtTON PTTTKR, ITAVIN'O MACE A BOJOt'RV OF 18 DATS AMOVO
THE EAP1EK.N COTTON MIll OP FALIj RIVEll, NORTH" ABP1NGTON. KFM
PEG AND OTHER I.AROE M ANli FAC T IR1NG TOWNS OP THE EAST, HAS
Jl 8T RKTI'KXEI) W ITH AUOCT TEN CARIAAD8 OP THE FINEST, BRIGHT
EST AM CHEAPEST LINE OP COTTON DRESS GOODS OUTINGS, FLANNEJ-
KTTF.S. ULANKETS. WAISTTNGS AND, IN FACT, ANYTHING THAT IS WANT
ED FOR FAL.I, A NO WINTER. WE HAVE PURCHASED MANY BANKRUPT
STOCKS AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES PUT WE HAVE NEVER HOUGHT
ANYTHING IN ANY GOODS, AT ANY TIME. NEAR AS CHEAP A8 WE HAVE
FROM THESE LEADING MILLS. THEY WANTED THE SPOT CASH WES
WANTED THE GOODS AT OUR PRICE AND HERE THET ARE.
NO PEDDLERS OR DEAIJCRS SOLD TO AT THESE PRICES. ONLY TO
REGULAR CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR OWN USE.
10c, 120 AND 16c OOODB AT 8C A TARD.
12H ' percales, yard wide. Cry
lOo outing flannels, fast colors Cf,
heavy sloth, on sale 9U
12H heavy twilled Royal pique, F.
all dark colors at 3U
10o fine madras ging
Double fold fine percales,
goods, all fine styles
only, at, a yard ...
I2o fast colored
flannelettes, at M
10c German blue prints,
32 Inches wide, at -..
German blue, at ........ ...
Shirting . qs
prints, at Olu
From 9 to 11 a. m. we will close out wash
goods, in short lengths and slightly
mussed Roods, worth from "a to 2&o
yard, only 12 to 15 yards ' Olc
to a customer, at ....... g I v
Ur Imported percales, finest made,
wide, strictly -
fast colors, at ..... ..,
19c Arnold's celebrated
flannelettes, at ... ....
12H new fall madras
cloth, at ..,,..,
8S0 cotton foulards,
as line as silk, at
Brown and gray, only lining
cambric worth 60 yard
.. . .... .
1' Linen and
1S Domestic Dents
THE RELIABLE STORK.
SPECIAL SALES ALL DAY IN OTJR BIO LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPT.
60C TABLE LINEN, 29a
Extra heavy cream table linen. In polka
dot and floral designs, 6O0 4(1.
value, Thursday, at s.5lc
7&C TABLE LINEN. 4SC
SILVER BLEACHED GERMAN DAM
ASK, ALL PURE LINEN, BO FT FIN
ISH, 7bo VALUE, Mtn
THURSDAY AT 4Sf C
$1.00 TABLE LINEN, 75c.
Extra heavy Scotch and German damask,
72 Inches wide, pretty patterns, 81.09
Thursday, at .I3C
8L60 NAPKINS. $1.00.
Full bleached all linen napkins,
6-8 size, $1.60 value, at, doi ....
$2 00 NAPKINS; $1.49.
ALL' LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS
size 20x20, fast edges 140
$2.00 value, at, doz liHil
KM) NAPKINS, $1.79.
EXTRA FINE SATIN DAMASK NAP
KINS, size 21x21, pretty patterns, I fQ
82.SO values, at, dz - f 9
19C TOWELS, 12tte.
Fins buck towels, fancy borders, size 10
X40, the 19o value 2i
16c TURKISH TOWELS, lOo
EXTRA HEAVY BLEACHED TURKISH
TOWELS. DOUBLE WARP, FAST
EDGES, size lix40 . rt
the 15c value at IU
SPECIAL SALES ALL DAT IN OUR
MUSLIN AND blLEETING DEPT8.
Thursday Uillinory Specials
TWENTY FIVE DOZEN BLACK MO
HAIR, SHAGGY FELT STITCHED
EDGE TURBANS. In flvs of the best
shapes, easily worth Cfi
$1.2-at -. OS!0
BIX SHAPES SHIRRED LIBERTY SILK
BRIM. VELVET CROWN HATS, VERY
NEWEST SHAPES, made on wire and
buckram frames would be splendid val
ues at 2.00 I in
GRAND SHOWING OF STREET AND
TAILORED HATS, at
$1.98, $1.39, $1.69, and OlJC
Big Furnituro Sale Thursday, Friday
6.000 samples, consisting of parlor, library, sitting room, dining room, bed room,
and kitchen furniture. These must be sold at once to make room for fall and win
ter goods. ,
E-niece narlor suite. nnhnlilMi1 In v.Iim,.
regular price $35.00 AA fi
on sale at aCg3U
6-piece parlor suite, upholstered in silk
tapestry, regular price OC ftfl
$42.60-on sale at ftOiUil
8-plece suite, solid mahogany, upholstered
In silk damask, regular price A A Cft
$45.00 on sale at dfclOU
2-plece parlor suite, mahogany, upholstered
in silk tapestry, regular price An nr?
$41.&0-on sale at fi03
z-piece suite, upnoisierea in silK aumasK,
regular price x.uo
on sale at .'.
2-nlece suite, regular pries
$21.50 on sale at
2-plece suite, regular price
$19.50 on sale at
$7.50 couch, at
$9.50 couch, at .
$10.75 couch, at
$2.50 iron bed, at
$3.75 Iron bed, at
$7.50 oak chiffonier, at
$9.50 oak chiffonier, at
$14.85 oak sideboard, at
$17.75 oak sideboard, at ......
.50 1 $19.50 oak sideboard, at .
.00 $2.50 oak center table, at
.50 $3.76 oak center table, at
.75 $20.00 oak folding bed, at
.25 $'-'6.00 oak folding bed, at .
5 . $10.50 wardrobe, at
.25 ,$12.50 wardrobe, at
85 16 M kitchen safe, at
.50 1 $tL26 extension table, at
1419 Farnam Street.
Omaha's Up-to-Dt Sboa Housa,
The Canning Season is Nov On
TO GET GOOD FRUIT SECURE IT EARLY.
Fancy freestone peaches, per box ,...9o
nancy uartiett roars, iwr dox n.ifl
1 sack rye flour 45o
sack rye Graham flour c
1 sack rye wheat Graham 45a
1 sack rye whole wheat 4jo
Large sacks white or yellow cornmeal.120
Hand picked navy beans, pound 4c
1-1 b. pkg imported maccaronl 7c
10 bars laundry soap for 25o
Celluloid, Elastio or Eiectrio starch,
per pound 7o
1-lb. cans fancy Alaska salmon 9o
Good rice, pearl barley, sago or tapioca,
per pound 8o
Fancy tomato catsup, bottle 7Ho
Fancy large Jutcy lemons, each ;.lc
Sweet Mediterranean oranges, each la
Choice Fard dates, per pound ..63
Frank Wilcox Manager
The only difference
between Sorosis and
other shoes that are
"just as food" is
Just as ;ood
We only sell Sorosis
No higher priced
shoe in the store
LONG LASTING STEEL RANGES
$5 Down and $5 per month
or the wholesale price
llVl 1 When contempUUng dental
Mil' work never forget the necea
slty of pstronixing a reliable place, so that
you will be sure In getting durable and
Gold Fillings ........$1M up.
bUver Fillings ?ix up.
Taft's Dental Rooms
1517 Douglas St.
( - . . 1,
-IV ft, i
Mr. Palmer, 1218 Park Wilde ave., says:
"I have worked in the U. P. shops a long
time, consequently I know something about
metal and workmanship. When 1 bought
my steel range last fall I did. not go by
reputation but uned my own Judgement.
I looked at the different makes and soon
found where I could not only do the best.
but do a good deal the best. Three of our
menus nave already Dought like ours and
several more are going to buy."
The Stooizcl Stove Go.
714 So. I6th St.
tmKTnil. Paouviepaar, UU lima, tel. FSJO.
UrosacTrata, rrUiw, uul Howui tel. WD. "Then
UHlrmiUucinkv' ka Solas twe tklas
" ' -'-! 'tis Is tsi nt I'r1-s"
2 SPECIAL LOTS
Will bo placed on sale Thursday for
the first time this season that for
looks - stvle wear POSITIVE
VALUE, have seldom if EVER
been equaled in Omaha, at the
prices we have made on them.
These suits are new fall garments
came in Tuesday were marked
Wednesday go on sale Thursday
and will all be sold by Friday night
.Your choice of 300 boys' suits, made
of cheviots and cassimeres in
Norfolk and double breasted
jacket styles, worth I tZ(
$2.50 on sale ! JU
Tour choice of 400 boys' suits, made
of fine cheviots and high grade
cassimeres, in Norfolk and dou
ble breasted style, ) ETll
$3.00 on sale .LJ3
V) L M M I
Women's Dressing Sacks and Komonas
BO soft, perfpet, finished Eiderdown Sacks, colors red, blue, pink and gray
7So values, at 60c.
GOo The best quality of Outing Cloths colors, stripes. In mixtures of blue,
pink and gray splendid values 60a.
Other pieces of Eiderdown, $1.15, $1.26, $1.10. 98c and TCc.
LADIES' EIDERDOWN RODE3
$3.28 Good quality of Eiderdown, perfect moke colors, pink, blue, fray and
red a regular $&.00 robe, at $3.25.
Other prices for Rldrdnwn Robes. $1.75, $7.75. $5.75 and $4.95.
NEW HIGH CLASS SUITS FOR LADIES AND MISSES.
We are onenina everv dav our new Hulls In all the latest wool fahrtns
also taffeta silk and Peau de Sole silk. The styles are tho very latest. Come
and Inspect them.
Our stock of Furs Is now complete.
It in the most nnmnlete fwer tuit nn
eaie. i-arucuiar aitenuon is caiiea io our eiegxnt aispiay or rurs tor tne necK.
It would take a rage to describe them. LADIES COME AND GET AC
QUAINTED WITH OUR FURS.
SCHOOL GIRI.S come and see our new AUTO CAPS AND TAMSthey
are in the Cloak Department. They are Just lovely they are only 60c.
SILK WALKING SUITS that are selling at the price of the tailor's work.
In Peau de Sole, worth $22.60, at $14.90. In Black Taffeta, worth $26.00, at $1$.&0.
IN OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
OUTING FLANNELS light and dark colorings, stripes and check regular
7c quality, only 5c per yard.
Satin stripe waistings, fleece back, very nobby pattern cheap at 28o per
7ard special, only, per ynrd, 14c.
60 dozen extra large white Turkish Towels, very heavy, sold every place at
25c, special sale, each 15c
100 pairs very fine wool blankets, extra large size a regular $3.60 blanket
speclnl sale, per pair, $2.95.
BED COM FORTS Made of fine white cotton, sllkollna covered, ail knotted
heavy edges worth $1.25 special sale, each 89c.
BARGAIN CIRCLE BARGAINS
$5CwhS crohVtVdSpread, I" "tra ,ar- T"rW8 Path Towels, !5o.
$1.00 Bed Pillows, 41c 1 8o White and Cream Shaker Flannel, io yd.
Just as Dusy as Ve
Can Bo in Our
New Goods Coming In
. Every Day
EVERYTHING SO ATTRACTIVE)
AND INVITING. AND AT
SUCH LOW PRICES
THAT WE CATER
Free postal cards If you are busy, or
Best Laundry Soap, 10 bars. ........250
Raspberries and Strawberries,
S-lb. can lOo
Breakfast Cocoa, tt-lb. oan 20c
Table Syrup, l-lb. can lOo
Preserved Blackberries, can So
Clam Chowder, 1-lb. can So
Corn Starch, 1-lb. pkg . 6o
Jelly, per glass Co
Castile Bosp, per bar 2o
Maple Cream, per cake....... 6o
Baked Beans. 8-lb. can 10c
Salmon, 1-lb. can 10o
Imported Sardines, can 10c
French Mustard, spoon and glass. ..10o
Macaroni, 1-lb. pkg lOo
Freeh arrival of Country Butter
dally, per lb So
Bennett's Capitol Creamery, lb 24o
WOTDBRrTI, VALUES IK TEAS
Imperial Japan Tea, per lb 2So
Tea 81 f tinge, per lb 15o
Fresh Roasted Santos Coffee, lb...l2o
Poppy Seed, per lb 10c
The Best aad Busiest Grocers.
tf-gal. Mason Fruit Jars, KCr
per doien 99v
Pure White Mason Rubbers, Q
per dozen ' uv
1-gal. Stone Jars, Cm
Decorated Bavarian China Frulk and
Bread and Butter Plates, Ifl
Hotel Side Dishes, (
per dozen UU6
Decorated German China AQm
7-piece Berry Seta ! C
A SIGNET RING
Is the thing these daya We have them for gents, with
fine monogram, $.00 to $15 00. Ladies. $3.00 up We
have a tasty line of fancy rings also. Spend a few
minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler.
101 Douglas 5trat.
VESTERH MILITARY ACADEHY up,plel?no1!I.0'i
?Vh year Hew fireproof bulldioct. Modem equipment. Delightful 1ocat,on. Number "ulted.
btroog tn'cuUy. Thorough military and academic departments. Ixcal rcicrroces.
COU A. M. JACKIOH, A. M., Bupt.
jPifSj 1 RACINE College
A aueerior svuoi ul atuiv. lirewa.
Uni aifrl, Uuder direct supervision of
W Uuaim 1L Sherwood, the grrat Aneiicsa
HaoiM. Leading Musicu.ua and Artists ia
WIIHftM H. ShmwveA . Uftita bpry
ArtkSma'n4 Mn i.nCISk.Wllna
Mra WUIUm tMaM ITKln
Alul Kwiuila Wa. Apukc
Hiiiiw O. Cut. M.likltm.btMlifDiui
For neatly Illustrated booklet write 0
IWWmW, Mastrw. Wl Slkhiris t . ChlctM.
p Wintworth Military Academy
P .V I k OUls.t so4 Ursst Billltary school In si v
'The school that
makes lunly boys11
Pupils Study Under aa Instructor.
Its UraUuates enter any College
or Uulveraliy. swclai and Aih
Utle Advantages. Mliitaxy Drill.
er Bxa of a te IT sears Old.
Sie Wssi. UuTsraiuvut susrvlslua Si ,4
aalpiusal AArror bGUxer delli4. I
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