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THE OMAHA DAILY BKK: SATTTKDAV. DECKMRKH
1314 FARNAM STREET .
Of Kfrotise & Itnn. liiyli art insurtil clotliinp, at G."c ou
the dollar, riisiKtin mostly of
Suits and Overcoats
All to bo Hold on
CREDIT OR CASH
If you wish credit w v w
No exlra, charge for the
- l ip x
ill deliver goods on first payment,
accommodation no interest no
Ktrouse & Bros.' high art suits
regular price $22.50,
Strouse & Bros.' fancy wor
sted lined throughout with
satin lining, regular price,
$27.50, for... 16.48
Strouse & Bros.' black thibets,
serge lined, tailor made,
regular price $25.00,
$10.00 blark clay suits.. 6.18
$12.00 all wool suits 7.48
$13.50 silk mixed suits.. 9.25
50 inch long overcoats, Eng
lish melton overcoats, mel
ton cloth, for 14.95
50 inch long overcoats with
44 inch black or gray hand
tailored overcoats ...'.11 .98
Satin lined overcoats worth
$37.50, for.... .... 17.50
fl. a nrrk dresses mt man well
All aTOoda delivered oa nrst payment
Call earlr and make aelectlon
mm cutbicig eo.
1314 FARNAM STREET
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Seasonable Merchandise, Including Holiday
Goodi, ia in Ft r Demand.
RAILROADS SHOW INCREASED EARNINGS
Proponed Redact Ion of W ttn lit.
reived hr Workmen Wlthoat Pro
teat, lilrlaa Promise (
-NKWYORK, Dec. 4.-R. O. Dun St Co,'s
Weekly Review of TraJe tomorrow will
Trade Is seasonably quiet, except In the
linen affected by weather and tnose em
bracing holiday goods, which are In good
demand. Activity Is especially conspicuous
among footwear Jobbers and retailers.
CummoditL-a sre lower In price, alttiough
a tew Important article, inch aa cotton,
eggs and dairy products, have rlnen eo
stjarply that Dun a Index number on De
cember 1 whs SK1.1B3, against 8i',ZZ5 a month
previous. For the year there la a decline
of about 2 per cent.
Manufacturing conditions are still irreg
ular, the best symptom of the vk being
the steadiness of iron and steel. Textile
mills still find It difficult to secure prices In
proper ratio to the raw material, the vio
lent advance In cotton adding to tne ad
vancement of spinners who have only lim
ited supplies on hand. Light stocks of
hardware maintain prices, but the demand
Km i I way earnings In three weeks of No
vember were 4i per cent larger than a
year previous. Several encouraging reports
are received regarding the iron and steel
situation. In most cases the proposed re
duction in wages has met witn no opposi
tion and such business as romes forward ia
handled without Interruption. Another
good sign is that the past week has
brought no further reductions in prices.
Steel mills have received several fair con
tracts for structural contracts and railway
supplies. There is an end to the block be
tween buyers and sellers, while in the
trade, there Is a growing confidence that the
new year will bring a fair revival. On the
other hand, the market is decidedly quiet.
The chief event in the export trade was
a shipment of tin plates for Canada. Cot
ton mills have suffered further from the
vh (curlew of raw material, and the -latest
advices have obliterated anv profits secured
by the reduction of wages. Failures this
week, 331, against 258 lust week, l!49 the
preceding week and 204 the corresponding
week last year.
REPORTS OP THE CLEARING IIOUSB.
Trnnsaetlona of the Aaaoelated Banks
Darin the Past Week.
NEW YORK, Deo. 4The following
table, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the
bunk clearings at the principal cities for
the week ended December 3, with the per
centage of increase and decrease as com
pared with the corresponding week last
Clearings. Inc. I Dee.
Test by Taste
and you'll take
BoMa,ls11rt-te faiaS by'jesbsn.
WM. LIMA.' a-ON. UHlaure.aia. I
San Francisco ....
Denver , ,
Salt Lake City
Des Moines ,
Grand Rapids ......
Little Rock ,
Wheeling, W. Va..
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls. S. D
(Decatur, 111 .
Charleston, 8. C
Totals. U. 8
Outside New York...
;rsi 3 j
11. 291. 904
il. 878, 000
grain and ronl. but a much smaller ore
irsde than In 19"1.
llflliwrt.v operations are still active, with
sn Increase of ahout 5 per tent shown In
gross receipts over Noe.nber a yesr n.
Kvldence iici iimulales that southern Iron
hss for the time at least struck bnllom end
this week a sllgnt rebound In asking prices
is noted. Otlier markets are mnr cheerful
In tone and buying nt Chicago has been the
best lit several months. Finished products
note little change. Among other metals,
copper Is dull and wenk, but In better ex.
port demand, while tin la -stronger. Crudo
petroleum Is hrjiIii advancing at the west,
but refined Is unchanged at the ensl.
Wheat. Incluoliig Hour, exports for the
week ended December 3 aggregated 4 201.5"4
bu., against 3. 851. 167 lust week and 6,704.440
this week lust vear. 4.604.846 In 1901 and
8.4;(2,169 In 19"0. Fur twenty-two 'weeks of
the cereal year thev aggregated 72,929,29s
bu., Bgtlnst 116 141.451 In 19J2. 127.89st,480 In
1H1 and 77,2f3.694 In 1900.
Corn exports for tne week aggrcgrttetl
1.098.951 bu., against l.B.'O.Otl last weelt,
1.161,663 a vear ag-i, ;6.'.Ss4 in 19-H and 6,371.3;
In liSN-i. For twenty-two weeks of the pres
ent cereal ver they nggre.ite 2i.W2.4S6 bu.,
against 3. 7 .917 in iW2, 18.0J2.713 In lol and
7t 4:i9.46 In IK" 0.
Buslnea ml urea in the Vnlted States
for the week ended with December 8 num
ber 239. against 167 last week, 166 in the like
week of 1902, 237 In 1:01. 224 In 19.(0 and 2iO
In 1899. In Canada failures for the week
number 23. as agtinst 13 last week and 18
in thla week a year ago.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Prlnrelet, ItlO te 1 Shot, Wins Fenrtb
Frent on the Bennlnira
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4rrlncelet, a 100
to 1 shot, from the stable of Thomas F..
Mnnnlx, won the fourth race at Bennlngs
today. Results: -
First race, hurdle, 3-year-olds anW up,
two miles and a quarter: tloldsby won.
Imperialist second, tlould .third. Time:
Second race, 2-year-olds, six furlongs:
Iorlcate won, Cauueta necond, Tom Cod
third. Time: l:16i.
Third race, 2-year-olds, six furlongs:
Totsess won, Colleen Bawn second. Lady
Lavish third. Time: 1:17.
Fourth race,' maiden, 3-year-olds and up,
one mile: Prlncelet won, King U second,
John Nevln third. Time: 1:40.
Fifth race, 3-year-olds and up, mile and
forty yards: Cottage Maid won, Nina
Spot second, Ilyland third. Time: 1:45.
Sixth race, 3-year-olds and up, mile und
a furlong: Masterman won, Lady Polen
ta!" second. Flara third. Time: 1:68.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 4. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Invincible won,
Alflo second. Captain Arnold third. Time:
Second race, selling, for 3-year-olds and
up, aeven furlongs: Cyra won. Balm of
Gllead second. Amorous third. Time: 1:29.
Third race, selling, for 3-year-olds and
up, mile and twenty yards: Homestead
won, Nowata second, Ivernia third. Time:
Feurth race, free handicap for all ages:
Gregor K won, By Ways second, Dan Mc
Kenna third. Time: 1:41.
Fifth race, selling, for 2-year- olds, one
mile: Soldier of Fortune won, Louis Kraft
second, Banwell third. Time: 1:44.
Sixth race, for all ages, one mile: Bond
age won, Ancke second. Dutiful third.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.-Resnlts:
First race, one mile, selling: prestolus
won, Blessed Damosel second, Achilles
third. Time: 1:42.
Second race, mile and a sixteenth: Miss
Bettie won. Effervescence second, Winifred
third.'' Time: 1:08.
Third race, one mile, selling: Redwald
won. Plan second, Constable third. Time:
Fourth race. Futurity course, handicap:
Honlton won, lrldius second, Kenllworth
third. Time: 1:09.
Fifth race, thlrteen-sixteenths of a mile,
selling: Aunt Polly won. Puss In Boots
second. Rey Dare third. Time: 1:20.
Sixth race, mile and an eighth, selling:
Dr. Bernays won, Caronal second. Ex
pedient third. Time: 14.
WITH THB BOWLERS,
At the Selleok & Marble alleys last night
teams from the Armour and Cudahyomces
rolled a closely contested match, the latter
winning two games and leading by 29 pins
In the totals. Both teams rolled scores
which compare favorably with many of the
match totals In the City league. Buck led
In average with 184 and Duke's 206 was
high for single game, ncorea:
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Nelson 155 149 151 455
BUCk ltl 1 tl KJ.1
Reddy 169 205 .117 491
Weber k 15T- 153 161 4.1
Ryner 160 , i;h im tzs
Chumlea ) 142
Totals 802 747 823 2,369
Omaha Bowling; League Standing;.
Played. Won. Lost. P.O.
St. Charles 24
Commercial Bowline Lengrne Sandli
Played. Won. Lost. P.
Drexels 21 J a
Gate City a 21 13 8
Lents & Williams si it j
Black Kats J
XV. O. W 21 11 J?
Westerns si "
Browning. K. & Co. ...21 7 14
Stephens A Smith 21 6 IS
Vancouver, B. C...
St. John, N. B
Victoria, B. C
! 6 3
It's None Too Early
To think of your Christmas buying. Our
stocks are complete and hundrbds have
taken advantage of early selections.
Big Special Sales for Saturday.
10c for dres:ied U'Ols worth 25c.
25c. tor dressed dolls worth 60c.
25o for kid-body dolls worth 50c
t'.to for la run mie kid dolls.
$c for extra large kid body dolls,
- jointed, natural hair and eyea.
9kc for lnted dolls, dressed In fancy
Ilka, hat to mutch, moving eyes,
Wa have dolla as line aa you want
them all tli new fads and fancies In
- the celebrated KUtucr make.
Iron toys, all kinds, 6c up.
Automobiles, cabs, bicycle
etc, and mechanical toya
Skk 60c, our special, 6c.
Printing prtara, 25c to 84.95.
Drums, 25c to 82.96.
Tool chests, 25c to 64 95.
Blocks, so to fW.'.
Noah'a ark 10c to 17 .
Trunks. 35c to 84 95.
Simplex typewriters, 98c, tl.M to 4 95
Bring: the Children to Santa Claua Store
u.. iu iife-i naid In caah.
(Not included In totals becmae containing
ther Items man clearings.
Not Included in totala because of no com-
..uriaon for last year.
Ttio Boo Want Ads Produco Results
BUTTER PUKI.ISG PRK VA1I.8.
Cooler Weatber and Advent of Holl-
daya Hare Good Kffect.
NEW YORK. Dec. 4. Bradstrect's tomor
,'uw will say:
Better feeiing. approaching optimism In
tome lines, is due to improvement In retail
r.ole, stimulated by cold weather, the ad
vent of the holiday aeason and the mora
n irmal tone of public sentiment. Jobbing
..ade lu seasonal le goods have alo ex
cluded as a result or re-orders to till de
pleted stocks. Back of these, but with an
iparently close connection In Its effect
lpou renilment. Is the strong position of
'.lie sgrlcultur.tl at!les. Colder weather
has also stimulated the coal trade east and
veil. More confidence is also shown in
he market for the cruder forma of Iron
lid prices are steadier.
Home Industrie, notably flour milling In
'he northwest and alios manufacturing In
s'-w KnclHiiJ. are in apparently a 00. 1
-hape, mth record breaking shipments
noted for the seaaon, but the advance In
aw cotton is a matter of concern to th
'rade, where. Indeed, the possibility of cur
t llmenl I being mooted. In the Iron and
tl trade, shutdowns mora than offset J-e-
4iimptlona lxw water In the eSHt limits
nil oiratlnns at many points. Keadlust
mints of wages to meet new conditions are
paitii-ulitrly prominent In yotton manufac
luilr.s sod In Iron and steel, but are being
uccruted with much es- friction than
H.rl'.r s ii till nuled. Winter eat her Ii
auiing a slowing down in many lines 0
bijlldiiiv. and lumber, other' building ma
ferial and hardware are rather less active
for thla reason. laika navigation Is prac
tically ended, wltu a larger movement of
828 754 2.398
16 8 .6
13 11 .541
12 12 .600
12 12 .500
11 13 .458
11 13 .458
11 13 .458
10 14 .418
Funeral of W. F. Martin.
PAPILX.ION, Neb.. Dec. 4. (Special.) W.
P. Martin, who died from a stroke of
paralysis Wednesday, was burled today In
Bellevue cemetery. People rrom an parts
f the eountv were present to pay the last
respects to this honorable and highly re
spected man. Mr. Martin was porn in
Martinsville. Ind.. August 22, 1837. and in
ISM moved to Bellevue, where he lias since
lived. He was married In 1888 to Marie
Welchner of Hamilton. O. Ills wife and
ihrM children survive him. Mr. Martin
was prominent In bounty affairs, having
served one term as commissioner, lie was
a charter member of Masonic lodge No. 1,
the oldest lodge In Nebraska.
Faarrsl of Oscar Damntan.
TJITRRASKA CITY. ITeb., Dec 4 (Spe
cial.) The funeral of the late Oscar Dam
man was held this afternoon from the fam
ily residence on North Firteentn street
Th. r.mlm laid In atate from 1:30 to 8,
at which time the funeral services wera
conducted by Rev. A. K. Knickerbocker of
St. Marv'a Enlaconal church. The services
at the crave were under the auspk'es of
the Great Western Fire company, of which
the deceased waa a member.
Mrs. Sarah Skinner.
nrrrASKA CITY. Neb.. ' Doc, 4. (Bpe'
rial.) Mrs. Sarah A. Skinner, mother of
Mrs. John Nordhouae of thla city, died at
ih hi.tne of her dauahter late last night.
The funeral will be held tomorrow from
the family residence. (
AINSWOKTir. Neb.. Dec. 4. (Special
Telegram.) KImer Hagerman. a prominent
farmer of thla Dlace and a member of the
local lodge of Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica, died last night from appendicitis and
from the effects of an operation.
Mrs. J. W. Celver.
AINSWORTH, Neb., Dec. 4-(8pecial
Telearam.l Mra J. W. Calver, wife of one
of the former proprietors of the Home Rule
at thla Dlace. died at the Clarkson hospital
In Omaha today. Tke remains will be sent
here for burial.
WOOD'S PLACE IS SHAKY
Each 13 Contention in Oaie Corgresi Holds
Extra Session Uitil Mondsj.
MANY OFFICERS WILL DROP A GRADE
Committee of Senate Will Hold Ses
sion Monday to C'onttone Investi
gation and May Examine Uen
eral'a t abon Acroaats.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 I nless there is
an agreement by both houses of congress
to adjourn the present session before noon
Monday, when the regrlar session begins,
all nominations must fail, and If the pres
ent special session ends by limitation, thus
preventing the president from sending re
cess appointments to the senate, all pend
ing recess appointments must terminate
with the convening of congress In Its reg
ular session. These considerations today
furnished the Incentive for a number of
conferences looking to an agreement to ad
journ on Monday, or even tomorrow, In
order to permit the president to send In re
Friends of General Wood are vitally In
terested and will try to bring about ad
journment by concurrent action. Failure
of action would mean General Wood's re
version to the rank of brigadier general and
have similar effect on the appointments of
17 army officers advanced by reason of
General Wood s promotion, all of whom
have assumed the ranks and pay of their
new appointments In the same manner an
though their nominations had been con
firmed by the senate.
War Department Alarmed.
The situation has also been canvassed at
the War department, and considerable
alarm is felt over the disturbance that will
occur among officers appointed In recess
and whose. rank depends on the promotion
of General Wood and others.
In view of this situation It Is possible that
the administration will suggest sine die ad
journment. One reason given by the lead
ers of the house for not passing a resolu
tion of adjournment would be that It would
be a discourtesy to the president to adjourn
a called session without completing the
work for which It was convened. Mem
bers of the senate say they wrre ready to
adjourn ten days ago, and a resolution of
adjournment would probably have been
sent to the house It It had not been re
ported, and not denied, that the house
wpuld not give consideration to a resolu
tion of adjournment.
The sltuatl6n Is said to be without prece
dent In the senate.
It had been argued in the senate that
If the nomination of Wood failed ef con
firmation through the failure of the sen
ate committee on military affairs to com
plete its hearing of charges against con
firmation, or for other cause, that the
nomination would again be sent to the
senate for action at the regular session.
Nominations ot Appointment.
This program was suggested on the
theory that nominations and recess ap
pointments have tho same effect. An ex
amination of the rules, however, discloses
that a nomination does not carry authority
for the president to clothe the nominee
Vith rank r.nd pay of the office to which
he Is appointed. In the case of a recess
appointment the appointee is given the rank
and pay of the position for which he Is
named, but under the constitution the
commission continues until the end of the
next session of the senate. The last para
graph of section 2, article II, of the con
stitution Is as follows: .
The president shall have power to fill
all vacancies that may happen during the
recess of the senate by granting com
missions that shall expire at the end of
its next session.
It Is argued by senators who have given
serious thought to the Questions, that. Inas
much as "the congress 'shall assemble nt
least once in every year, and such meet
ing shall be on the first Monday In De
cember, unless they shall by law appoint
a different day," (article 1, last paragraph
of section 4), that a recess , must occur
between the termination of the present
extra session and the beginning of the
next session In order to relieve the em
barrassment resultant on failure to con
firm the army nominations referred.
Little Chnnee tor Adjournment.
The merging of the special session Into
the regular session would leave only an
Infinitesimal recess and not sufficient, it Is
feared, for recess appointments to be made.
Both the senate and the house will be
In session tomorrow, but from present ap
pearances neither body cares to take the
liiitlative, and the outcome Is uncertain.
The senate committee on military affairs
will convene Monday at 11 o'clock to resume
its hearing of the Wood case. If the hear
ing should continue until one minute after
12 o'clock the committee would be In the
unique position of Investigating a matter
which was not pending before the senate.
The first witness to be heard on Monday
by the committee will be Colonel Charles 8.
Dichl, assistant general . manager of the
Associated Press. Major James B. Runcle
has been recalled and will be here Monday.
He will be examined concerning the con
tradiction of some of his testimony by Ray
Stannard Baker, the magaxlue writer.
May Investigate Wood's Accounts.
The committee has under consideration
the question of summoning several wit
nesses to testify as to the condition of
General Wood's Santiago accounta for 108.
For thla purpose It la likely that General
Tasker H. Bliss will be recalled and that
subpoenas will be Issued also for N.
Nathan, W, H. Lancashire and Lieutenant
Brooks, all of whom are said to have had
a hand In auditing the accounts.
It Is said that these witnesses will declare
thai when the accounts were first audited
they were found to be In a condition which
was afterward excused by the War depart
ment as justifiable because made following
war, when everything was In a state of
chaos. It Is said that Senator Hanna will
contend that the re-audltlng of General
Wood's accounts furnished a precedent for
the re-audlting of Major Rathbone's ac
counts for the reason that the latter were
prepared under Identical conditions.
Another witness who probably will be
suhpoeiiued for early next week Is M. C.
Kosnes, postofhVe Inspector, who Investi
gated the charges of postal frauds In Cuba
and who is said to have written to J. I.
Brlntow, fourth assistant postmaster gen
eral, making arrangements for the trans
lation of Brlstow's Cuban report Into Span
ish. According to the letter in question, It
la declared that the request for the trans
lation came from Carlos E. Ortii, who pre
sided in the postal trials. It Is the rurpose
of opponents of General Wood to show that
he had a hand In bringing about the trans
lation and that he used his Influence wltb
Hm3 vi pn ptt?! ''
la Fine Fast Trains Chicago to Hew
Comprise convenient through service over
Pennsylvania abort llnea. Including two
superior limited trains from Chicago to
Now York. The Manhattan limited leav
ing Chicago 1 o'clock p. ra. and the Penn
sylvania Limited departing at- i o clock
p. m. Write H. R. Derlng. A. U. P. Agt
No. I Sherman sL. Chicago, for details
PETERBEN Justus Theodore. aged 31
years. 1 month, 13 days. December 3, 1J3.
at his residence. 2237 Charlea street.
Funeral Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the residence. Interment Laurel Hill
cemetery. Mr. Petersen was proprietor of a
meat market at 1421 North Twenty-fourth
street for six years.
I'l'LVKR Mabel J . Friday morning, at
o'clock, at Central hospital.
Funeral 'and interment at Valparaiso,
Neb., Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Friend may view the remains at Burnett's
until 3 o'clock p. m , Saturday.
Double Green Trading Stamps
011 the Second Floor.
We ivant na mneh earlr Christmas trade na ne
v e rrant na mnen enriy nristmna trade na we ran get. we
"t to atvlna na morn of It na me ran onto the early days of De
cember. To brluar thla about me will give twice the readier nam'
her of f.rern Trad Ins; Mam pa en the second floor every day till
Thla plan enters six lendlna; departments, Toya nnd Santa Claua
Novelties, ( rockery nnd (ilamuarr, Musical Merchandise, I.ndlea'
Cloaks, Sulla nnd Children'a Dresses, Art, Pictures, Rrlc-n-flrnc
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies
Some Interesting Reductions in Odd
Parlor Pieces for Gift Making.
DIVAN Mahogany finished frame upholstered with silk damask (J HQ
$12.00 value-at O.VO
DIVAN Mahogany finished frame upholstered with Verona velour m OU
$14.00 value-at 1U. yO
CORNER CHAIR Mahogany finished frame upholstered with ve- O AH
lour $3.S0 value at CJ
CORNER CHATR Mahogany finished frame upholstered with Ve- ft iO
mna velour or tapestry $7.50 value at U0
WINDOW BEAT-Mshogany finished frame upholstered with O C
Arlington velour, $3.50 value at aSiiJ
WINDOW 8E AT Mahogany finished frame upholstered wltll (1 OH
French tapestry 414.00 value at IUiVO
G1I.T CHAIR-Artistic design seat covered with silk damask Ct OQ
$7.60 value at OaVO
Keep the Baby Warm
Large assortment of Go-Cart and Baby Carriage Robes mads of
Lamb and Angora skins with extra long fleece quilted satin and
flannel lining prices start at ,
PCRTIERS made of repp with embroidered edges 50 In. wide, I
yards long all colors regularly sells at $6.75 special price
TABLE COVERS Made of reversible tapestry 54x54 In. heavy knotted fringe
all around, beautiful color combinations regularly sell at $1.50 ric
speclal price , VOW
Odd pieces of China and Japanese Matting In quantities sufficient to cover or
dinary rooms, in small checks, stripes and carpet patterns, at less than Import
60cquallty 25C 450 ,ual,t'
35c quality 15c S&cQUality
15c quality at
Matting Samples 2 yds. long very best grades your choice at
Genuine Cork Linoleum
Well seasoned stock new designs in floral, tile and wood
sells ut 70c per yard special price for Saturday, only, per
effects re guls rly
FRENCH BEAVERS In navy, brown, black and tan, trimmed
with mirrored silk velvet to correspond with hat a touch
of color addel and Amason plumes, worth $8.00 and $9.00
reduced to ,
GERMAN BEAVERS trimmed with Jap silk worth $3.00 and
Any white trimmed or untrimmed hat in the
department at 50c on the dollar.
TRIMMED SCRATCH FELT HATS with beauUful silk mlrrorer Qr
velvet and ornaments for VOW
Trro:f.ha.n.u.- ..75c and 49c
CS" . TT?!!1. .T.1?n!?. ."Ti . !Tt?r7 35c and 19c
Don't pay high prices for Groceries we ran and do save you money on
every purchase. Best goods, largest varieties and lowest prices.
SATURDAY MONEY SAVERS
Seeded raisins, 1-lb. pkg 10c large soiir pickles, new, each..., 2'4c
Pancake flour, 2-lb. pkg 10c
Buckwheat, 2-lb. pkg '...12" COFFEE ROASTED DAILY.
Peas, 2-lb. can ie ... ,,.
Corn starch, 1-lb. pkg Dc Bennetts ( apltol Coffee, no better
Rolled Oats, best. 2-lb. pkg 10c produced, per lb "sc
Wheat for Breakfast, 2-lb. pkg... 10c ,.,.,-, .
Maple sugar, per lb 12c RtST VALlt.M I TEAS.
Golden syrup, very delicious, 3-lb. Imperial Japan, per lb 25c
can ..l.Vio 3 y Japan, Oolong, Eng. Breakfast
BL'ITKR DIRECT FROM BEST Gunpowder, beat ever offered for
DAIRIES. price, per lb SJc
Fresh country butter, per lb IGo Tea timings, per lb 1&0
Our usual Saturday Chocolate Cream sale will take place. Don't fail to avn.ll
yourself of this offer. . (
One pound boxes .... 25c Half poind box .... 15c
Special sales in this department all the holiday novelties on sale e
eacn up irom ww
-- .-. It Is not so much of a calamity that a man
fsjg"1 contracts disease or weaknesses, but that
IS ne neglects them or fails to secure the
J - " ' proper treatment tor their cure.
Whv wait until your whole system
becomes polluted with disease, or until
your nervous system Is tottering under
the strain, and you are a physical and
mental wreck, unlit for work, busi
ness, study or marriage? Uncertain
or Improper treatment can only do
harm. There Is only one perfect, safe
and lasting cure for yon, which you
will find at the State Klectro-Medlcal
Institute. Ftart rlKht, and start at
once. Delays are ulwaya dangerous.
I TREAT !MK 0VX AM CI'BK
THKM QII4KI.Y, B4.FELY AD
EVERY MAW solferloa with aay
Varicocele, Stricture. Kid- 0.
ney or Bladder Diseases
Blood Poisoning. (Syph
ilis), Weakening Drains
Impotency, Nervo-Sezual Debility,
with any of Its numerous dlstreeslng symptoms, owes It to himself, his family and
especially to the future generations to get cured promptly, safely and thoroughly.
f I.. f :n CIf you cannot call
lUllSUIldllUll I icconlce hours: a.
I WILL CURE YOU. H
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STATE S5r INSTITUTE-.
IJOS Far nam St.,
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