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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 100.
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(TIIPPEOPLEI' FIHNITVRB AMD CARPET CO.)
--iA ..',..... . ...... 3. . . A
Second Week of Our Great K., N. . F.
Suit and Overcoat Sale.
We have decided
to continue' for an
other week the sale
which was inaugur
ated last Saturday.
We purchased all
the surplus stock of
fall and winter suits
and overcoats from
KUH, NATHAN &
FISCHER, of Chi
cago. These suits
and overcoats form
erly ' wholesaled at
$10, $1250 and $tf.
Suits are single and
"double. breasted, cut in latest style in plaids
andjancy patterns. Overcoats in all styles
and lengths, with or without belt. They're
. extremely swell. We anticipate a great
demand for these goods. To see them is
to buv them. We are now f y-C
iU i 1 II
selling uiebc ineu b buiib uu
overcoats at the
low orice of V! U J
COPVWIOMT 100-4 BV
HUM, NATHAN ft FISCHER Cft V
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Men's medium and heavy weight underwear, derby
ribbed or fleece lined, per garment 50c and 75c'
' Just received new fall and winter line of men's and
boys' caps, in all the latest shapes. Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
5We give the. latest "Coat and Pants ?,
(Hanger " with every clothing purchase TCC
THREE JUDGES SIT ON CASE
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals En Eano
First Time in Omaha.
HEARING CASE OF ONE SVEND OLESON
lanbara of St. Paul, Hook of Kum
aad Monger of. Omaha. Conpoi
Tata Dlsalaea aad Seleaam
- . . Body.
Amid surrounding ofvomlnous solemnity
Svend Oleson Anally ha come Into fame.
The public generally may not know who
Bvend Oleson Is, but posterity will know
when It scans the pages of history, which
hall record that on the 16th day of Sep-
.. terober in the year of 1904. A. V., for the
first time, the United States circuit court
of appeals assembled en bano In the city
' of Omaha, and all for the purpose of de
ciding whether Svend Oleson, a plain man'
of northern Minnesota, should be confirmed
i guilty of fraudulently trying to euchre the
United States government out of S.600 acres
cf choice land located In the North Star
state, of which the federal district court In
Minnesota pronounced him. guilty. The
evidence was reviewed and the case taken
' under advisement of the judges.
Arrayed in their long, flowing and sora
ber robes of official position. Judges W. H.
' Sanborn of Bt. Paul, W. Cv Hook of' To
peka and W. If. Munger of Omaha, federal
' Judges comprising the court of appeals,
with measured tread and solemn mien
mounted the rostrum and almost hid them
selves behind the high desk in the United
Btates federal court room yesterday.
A pall of painful sllenot fell upon every
human being there to witness this grave
and dignified assemblage. Not a 'mortal
stirred a pin could have been dropped and
heard throughout the spacious hall of jus
ticeuntil slowly and deliberately another
man approached. It was 'the court crier,
. Major Isaao L. Mahan of fit.' Paul. Only
' the soft sound of his footsteps was tlll
Proclaims the Assemblage.
A slight bow of recognition from the as-
sembled judges and the court crier raised
hi right hand, looking gravely over the
room; then, in a firm but. solemn voice,
The honorable Judges of the United
. Btates court of appeals for the Eighth
The three judges then took their stations
on the bench, Judge Sanborn In the center,
with Judge Munger at his left and Judge
Hook at the right. While the judges re
mained standing the crier again called out,
in slow and measured tones:
Hear ye I Hear yet The United States
circuit court of appeals for the Eighth judi
cial circuit is now open. All persons hav
ing business before the honorable court
may now draw near and they may be
heard. God save the United Btates and this
honorable court. . .
. Major Mahan then rapped his gavel and
the court, attorneys and all were seated,
Off in one corner of the court room sat
a plain-looking man. He was simple in
manner and garb and bore no sign or indi
cation to suggest the necessity of such
grave deliberations. This was Svend Ole
son. It was he . for whom this unprece
dented event had transpired. He bore his
fame with becoming simplicity.
There were four other parties to the suit
and all were granted separate trials. Ole
son appealed from the Judgment o( the
lower court to the court of appeals. It
was at first intended to have the appeal
heard at Denver, but this was found Im
practicable for the reason that one c the
Judges of the circuit court. Judge Lochren,
was the trial Judge before whom the case
was first tried; hence the hearing was
transferred to this city.
The attorneys for the plaintiffs In error
are C. D. Beverar.ee, I law partner of the
late Senator Cushmah K. Davis of St
Paul, and A. I Washburn of Duluth, and
the Interest of the United States are
looked after' by United States District At
torney C. C. Haupt and Assistant District
Attorney J. M. Dickey of St. Paul.
Ead of Week Esearaloa to Clear
Via Chicago Great Western railway. For
trains Friday night and all trains Satur
day of each week round trip tickets will be
sold at on fare to Clear Lake, Ia. Tickets
good returning on any train until the fol
lowing Monday. For further Information
apply to 8. H. Parkhurst, general agent,
1511 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Homoseelcera' Rate to North Dakota,
Every Tuesday until October 28 the Chi
cago Great Western Railway will sell round
trip tickets to points In ths above named
stat at a great reduction from th usual
fare. Fon further information apply to
Geo. F. Thomas, general agent, 1612 Far
nam street, Omaha, Neb.
Law Coloalst Rate
Via Chicago Great .Western Railway
To points In Montana, Idaho, Washing
ton and western Canda. Tickets an sale
dally from September 15 to October 15.
For further Information apply to 8. D.
Parkhurst, General Agent, 1512 Farnam St.,
IT WAS. AH IRISHMAN, 17110 SAID: ,
'The rich can ride In their chaises, but the poor can walk be Jabbers" or
words to that effect. You've undoubtedly heard It before. liut have you
thought tnrtl It me poor man jiau da i nim , wie inn iiu.ii uiu,
hat he al would have bven licit?
Tliafs the whole thin In a nJtshell SAVE.
lt'a not what you MAKE, hut what you SAVE that makes you rich.
i: " . ,,-iiv from THAT! WHEN shall vuu BEGIN to SAVE? NOW.
ir.r- .hull vnu denoxlt your savlnas? Where they will draw the largest
returns, nnd yet be absolutely SAFE. And this Is In the
Omaha Lean and Building Association,
1704 Farnam Bee Building.
ft, V. I.OOMIS, Preside!.
inw i mil if wrr"1
G. M. KATTIXGEH, Secretary.
SCHOOLS AXD COLLEGE.
Western Military gr&j
N Sftuao kilill,. ato4ra Malr
bum lKtla. Xtr lltl4. Minus
untuck a,llllrr 4 to.
Cel. A. M. JACKSON. A M . W
SO LEGISLATIVE SLATE YET
FontuellM Saggeat Many Hamas, bat
Cannot Bflaoh Decision.
EVERYTHING, AS USUAL, DONE IN SECRET
Favored Asplraats la Be Masses Later,
of Principles Will Be '
In one of Its secret conclave Thursday
night the Fontanell club tried to decide
on a legislative slate, but aside from sug
gesting th names of numerous politicians
and other for the places they did nothing
that Is, arrived at no definite conclusion.
Borne of those mentioned naturally outrank
some others In point of favoritism, so It
was handed out by one or two members.
and therefor it was not ponaible for the
club to frame It slate. This Is left for a
The candidates for state senator, for
which there are three nomination sug
gested, were: Harry Fisher of the Ninth
ward, secretary of the Retail Grocer' asso
ciation; Charles Ia Saunders of the Fifth
ward, who desires a second term; John T.
Gathers, a lawyer of the Sixth ward; J. A,
Hake, a live stock oommisslon man with
offices in South Omaha, but living in th
Seventh ward; Jame H. Van Dusen, . a
former stat senator of South ' Omaha;
Henry C. Murphy of South Omaha, who
Is nominally filling an unexpired term a
representative, and Ia C. Gibson of South
Many names wer mentioned for th
lower house by members of the club, pre
sumably with the sanction of their own
er. The list Is: First ward, Jame W.
Carr, lawyer and former aspirant for dis
trict Judge; Second ward, J. C. Lewis,
proprietor of a tailor shop, and W. D,
Gilbert, at present a state representative;
Third ward, none; Fourth ward. H. O,
Meyer, a young lawyer, and N. P. Dodge,
Jr., a real estate man; Fifth ward. C. EX.
Fields, editor of the Liquor Dealers' Pro.
tec tor; F. H. Woodland, a lawyer, and
Harry Straight, a street car man; Sixth,
ward, Robert Houghton, W. B. TenEyck,
present representative; John N. Westberg,
former city comptroller; James N. Drake,
J. W. Long, colored, who used to be Dav
Mercer's handy man; A. H. Willis and H.
V. Plummer, both colored; Seventh ward.
none; - Eighth ward, C. J. Anderson, i
business man; Ninth ward, Harry CoWdu
roy, paving promoter, and H. P. Peterson;
South Omaha, J. M. Guild, and country,
Peter Mangold, a member of the last legli
lature. The list was too big. for the club
to thresh out completely at one session, so
the selection of a ticket went over until
Saturday night. It is said to be probable
a platform of declaration of principles
will be adopted and the favored aspirant
required to sign It
President G. W. Wattle of the Nebraska
Republican State league has Issued a call
for a general meeting In Omaha September
30 at 7:30 o'clock In Crelghton' hall for the
two-fold purpose of selecting, delegates to
the convention of the National Republican
league at Indianapolis October 6 and 6, and
holding a general rally of club member
throughout the state,
Congressman E. J. Burkett and John L.
Kennedy, nominee for congress from the
Second district, have been secured-' a
speaker and the state committee Is trying
to get some republican of national promt
nence from outside the state for the pro
gram. It Is the Intention to have some
thing of a demonstration with processions
and mtoslc. - .-..
President Wattles ha sent out letter to
republican leaders. In every city and town
of any considerable else In the state, en
closing copies of a model constitution, and
requesting local organisation before the
date of the Omaha meeting September 30.
He expects every community In Nebraska
'will hare more or less of a republican club
Dy mat time, as the efforts being made are
' Each club I entitled to two delegates-at
large and one for every ten members In the
Omaha convention. In the national con.
ventlon Nebraska has six delegates-at.
large and four from each congressional dis
Approximately, six ton of campaign lit
erature await distribution at . republican
tate headquarter at the Murray hotel,
and G. W. Bemls, chairman of the press
bureau. Is preparing a book of which 60.000
cople w,ll be printed for the first edIUon.
The six tons of printed matter, more or
less, Is contained in about ninety mail
sacks received this morning. Each sack
Is filled to ' burstina- with "nart nt h
congressional record," namely, speeches for
mo gooo. oi ine republican . cause. ,Just
whose speeches thev are nnd hn n.'nu nt
each even State Chairman Burgess does
noi Know, tie was more Interested this
afternoon In gettin the
of stuff off the sidewalk, where It threat
ened io DiocKade traffic, than in assorting
the intellectual feasts within. a
the speeches can be hoisted out of the
cellar, where they were put, they will be
ent to the voter throughout the state.
The book that Mr. Bemls Is writing ia to
be a republican campaign text . book for
Nebraska and no other part of the republic,
other than an exemplar of republican rule.
It will have 100 pages and will be full to
in nnm with biographies, statistics and
The author says It will be a 'Wnnl my.
position of the benefits of republican ad
ministration of public affairs in Nahmli. "
The records of public officers will be given
ana a sinaing comparison mad of the last
two republican administrations opposed to
those preceding under fusion management!
An analysis of the revenue law will be
presented and the mistake of some county
taxing boards, causing higher rates, set
forth. Appropriations of the last legisla
ture are explained at length and careful
attention to railroad assessments, past and
present. Is accorded. Every Issue thrown
down by th democrat Is discussed. t The
book will be out In two weeks, and urt r
It has already gone to th printer.
Dr. A. H. Hippie, democratic candidate
for water commissioner. Is the latest can.
dldate to file his expense list with th
county clerk. Ill figure are 127.
A meeting of colored voters, held in th.
Sixth ward. en Thursday avenlna- flnoiiw
resulted In the adoption of a mntlnn In.
dorslng the aspirations of A. H. Willis for
the legislature. The names of H. V. Plum
mer ana J. w. Long were also before th.
Th Yellowstone Gun club, at a rcnt
session, adopted a resolution Indorsing the
candidacy of J. C. Lewis for th legislature.
Although th time limit for ftlln
candidate before the republican- primaries
doe not expire until September 28, a small
host has mad formal application. . To
data th filings are: For state senator:
Henry C. Murphy, South Omaha; John T.
Gathers. Sixth ward. For stat represent-
itlve: F. W Koetter. First ward: w n
Ten Eyck, James N. Drake. Sixth wrd;
C. E. Fields. Fifth ward; Ed Copenharve,
South Omaha. For commissioner from the
First district: Hans Bock. First ward;
Fred Bahm, Second ward; Fred Brunlng,
Second ward: Tom MoVlttla. Third ward.
For commissioner from th South Omaha
dJMrlot: John P. Trontan ' and P. J.
Tralaor. ' '
GOOD ENTRIES FOR THE SHOW
Remits af Nerthera Trip Gratlfylac
ta Prasaatera af Omaha Bars
President Peck, Secretary Cowglll and
Manager Gray, of the Omaha Horse Show
association have returned from Bt. Paul
where they spent several days at a suc
cessful horse show. They are elated over
the An list of entries secured, v They were
able to meet with leaders in horseflesh
from all over the west and nearly evrry-
one approached promised to have his string
here the week of September 2& In addi
tion to the promises, many of the exhibi
tors wer signed up, making their appear
ance positive. A to attendance both Bt
Paul and Minneapolis assured th Omshans
that the Gate City would not be overlooked
In it first effort at the horse show game.
The big stables booked included those of
Pepper Co., of Boston, Crowe and Mur
ray, of Toronto, W. Q. Garllng, of St. Paul,
A. Ashbrook, of Kansas City, W. A. Ru'e,
of Kansas City, M. H. Tlchenor & Co., of
Chicago, Don Riley, of St. Joseph, Huston
Wyeth, of St. .Joseph, O. D. Woodward
of Kansas City with his famous high shool
mare "Limestone Belle," Thomas Bass, of
Mexico, Mo., O. J. Moores, of Columbia,
Mo., and Fred K. Bull,1 of Racine, Wis.
Among the ' society people of St. Paul
and Minneappolls who are coming down
are J. D. McArdle and family and L. A.
Laramee, L. N. Scott and family and W.
G. Carllng and family.
Rehearsals began yesterday In the
Auditorium arena for local, horse. A num
ber of owners availed themselves of the
privilege. Expert instruction was given by
men who have been connected with many
great shows. -
Fifteenth and nl)x3iffM
STRIKE BREAKERS TAKEN IN
Negroes Brought' la by Packers la
test Bad Lands and Make Work
John Falrchlld, C. Conrad, Albert John
son. Bam Foster, Peter Clan ton, Edward
Twitcher and Joseph Anderson, arrested
near Twelfth and Dodge streets and
charged at the city Jail with vagrancy,
have been sentenced thirty day each by
the acting police Judge. Twelve more va
grants were rounded up by the detective
force and they will be arraigned In police
court Saturday morning. Most of these are
colored strike breaker from South Omaha.,
a majority having quit their places at the
packing plants and come to Omaha and
hang around the low places of the Third
ward. All of the twelve arrested were
found asleep with their clothes on.
H. C. Carter, a colored strike breaker of
th Cudahy plant, has been arrested . by
Deputy Sheriff W. Curtis and booked 'at
the city Jail on the charg of carrying con
cealed weapons and disturbing the peace.
He was fined 125 and costs by Acting Police
Judge Bachman. It is said Carter was
making the welkin ring in the east end of
town by holding his revolver at arm's
length and chasing around like a howling
MORAL, NEVER BET ON DENVER
Lesson Learned by Loyal bnt Mis-(-aided
Fan Who ' Backs
Grlsslea Against Omaha.
Loyalty to his favorite base ball team
caused the downfall of J.- W. Wilson, who
Is booked at the city Jail on the charge
of being drunk. At least such Is his story
Wilson say he formerly lived in Denver
and would stake his last penny on Hall
man's players, so when he came to Omaha
a few days ago and learned that the
Omaha and Denver teams were playing at
Vinton Street park there was nothing left
for him to do, so he said, but go out and
root and bet for his favorites. He bet on
both games Wednesday afternoon, and
Thursday afternoon did likewise, losing on
the four games. This proved too much
for Wilson. To see Pitchers Hostetter.
Kenna, Vollendorf and Cable lose waa the
limit for him. He went out and drowned
hi trouble, barely reach: lg shore him-
MERE MATTER OF LOCATION
Dispute Over Dumping; Garbage Hangs
on Which State Was Polluted,
lews or Nebraska.
I I Green. 2408 North Thirteenth
ha been lined 5 and costs in police court
where he was arraigned on th pham t
dumping garbac-e in the cltv limit. Th.
charge was Green unloaded garbage In the
nver ai ine root or Ohio street. Green
maintained the snot In ounatinn in
Iowa, but Health Officer Wooldrldge Intro
duced as evidence a map drawn by the city
engineer, showing th place to be In the
limits of Omaha.
Every day from SeDtember
IS, 1S04, Inclusive, the Union Pacific will
sell one-way ticket from Missouri n.
terminals (Council Bluffs to Kansas City,
inclusive) a follows;
220 to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20 to Helena and Butte, Mont.
222.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee-, Wash.
222.60 to Huntington and Nampa, Ida.
225 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle..
326 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25 to Ashland and Astoria. rw- , vi.
Portland. ' .
$26 to San Franclsoo. Los Anal and
San Diego. .
Correspondingly low rate to manv nth...
California, Oregon. Washington. Mnnt.n.
Utah and Idaho points.
Through -tourist cars run everv dnv .
Union Pacific between Missouri river and
Pacific coast: double berth I5.7S. svr fn
Information call, on or address City Ticket
umce, 1324 Farnam street 'Phone 211
New Tork and Illadetatla
cannot be more pleasantly or convenient?
reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehigh
Valley Route. Solid through train, mag
nificent scenery, all train run via Niagara
Descriptive literature lent free on appU.
cation to Advertising Department, Grand
Trunk Railway System, 125 Adams St., Chi
cago, Geo. W. Vaux. A. G. P. A T. A.
There are parties around town soliciting
subscriptions for the New Idea Magaslnes
and using our name in connection there
with. They are not authorised to do thl
and we notlfyvyou that we are not In any
way responsible for any fairy promise
mad by "these solicitors.
THE BENNETT COMPANT.
Mr. and Mrs. Caaanera
Will reopen their School if, Danj'ng 2424
Farnam street. September 23, rompll-
mntary reception, by card only. Ins.oeo-
lion of th academy $ to a a. m. Dancing
1.90 p. m. For Juveniles. Saturday, Sep
tember 24th; dancing 4 to t p. ra. Applies
uon may be made now.
The following' births and deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health
during" the forty-eight hours ending at
Births Adah T. Llnville. 2433 South Fif
teenth, boy: Valentine Rels. 2i0 South
Nineteenth, boy; E. E. Howell, 1911 South
Thirty-fourth, boy; Tom Vaughn, S(a North
Thlrty-clghth. boy. .
iMatbs Charlea A. Bonnevler. 1221 Cali
fornia. 21; Michael Burke. 1K1I Webster,
10; Ray Harry Llglea, Child Having luaU.
and I Of)
We are offering all the ood grades from the oheapest that
twill pay you to buy, to the best that are made and in such a
broad and comprehensive variety of weaves, colorings, patterns
and styles as to cover the whole field of fashion. Particular
men will appreciate the wide range of choice to be found here
as compared with the limited stocks of Omaha stores. Each
grade represents all the styles and each price station shows
values fully 23 per cent lower than the same amount can pos
sibly purchase in any store in America.
Men s Fall Suits, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00. ,
Men's Top Coats and Cravenette, $8, $10, $12, $15.
Boys Suits sit $2.95 that are worth $4.00
Our exhibit of fall styles in boys' suits at this price is an object lesson in modern
, retailing and proves conclusively that as providers of the highest styles and best values
"The Nebraska" stands alone without a good second in sight. The fabrics from which
these suits are made are of the most dependable kind. The patterns are rich and varied.,
The styles are of the latest. The values are equal to those to be seen in other stores at 4.
New Fall Shoes for Men, Women Sl Children
Shoes that are made especially for this store. They are made after the best ideas in correct g
fall footwear. Made in some of the best factories in this country. You'll find that in
stylej leather and workmanship they are far above other shoes at their prices. They are
safe shoes to save money on.
.Men's box calf, calf lined lace shoes, good double
soles, also velour calf lace shoes made on the new
London toe and plain glove toe
worth $3.00 and 53.60 at
Men's Casco calf lace and congress shoes
made on plain toe at
Men's U. S. army shoes, made of kangaroo calf, full
double soles to heel, sold by others at AA
B' UUU VJIX3 Dt'JCT IV UCCly BUIU Vf VtUCl
$2.50 and $3 our price. '
Just received our line of boys', youths' and little men's
Indestructible shoes, made of plump veal calf, soles
quilted with wire nails, the shoes that stand the hard
Rizi 2 to 5 at 1.65. Sizes 13 to 2 at $1.50.
Sizes 0 to 13 at $1.45.
New up-to-date shoes, for ladies, n genuine Paris kid,
Goodyear welts in lace, button and Blucher styles, with
dull nnd bright tops, very rtretty, stylish shoes, sold
by others at $3.00 and $3X0 CA
our price jSi.U
Misses' and children's Goodyear welt lace shoes, in
viol and velour calf, good plump soles and extension
edges, bright and dull kid tops, new up-to-date shoes.
Sizes 6 to 8, at $1.25. Sizes 8 to 11, at $1.50.
Sizes lltt to 2 $1.00. .
Correct Blocks ia Men's New Fall Hats.
The "Nebraska's" hat section in itself v the greatest men's hat store in Omaha is
brimful of the new Fall fashions, displaying all the newest blocks and latest ideas in color
ings emanating from the most successful hat builders in the world. In addition, we are
the authorized Omaha agents and headquarters for the celebrated John B.p Stetson Co.'g
Hats none better made. We are better equipped to supply your needs in head wear and
save you money on your Fall Hat than any store in America.
Our Nebraska Specials, stiff and soft, $1.50.
- Our popular grades at $2.00 and $2.50 cannot be equaled for the price ;
Stetson Hats at $3.50 stiff or soft.
tute ' S months: Ernest Kohre. Benson. 1:
James Btafan, 1407 South Fourth; .Mrs. Jo
hanna Knight, 1624 Ohio, 66.
Card of Thaaks.
W wish to thank our many friend and
neighbor for their kindness and sympathy
shown during the sickness and death of our
beloved daughter and sister, Ruby Nelll
Johnson; also for the many .floral tribute.
ADAM JOHNSON AND FAMILY.
Cor Beat. f
An excellent offlfr location, fronting en
Pearl street, onljrhalf a block from Broad
way, with a nice large show window which
can be used for display. Be offloe, 10
Pearl street. Council Bluffs.
Home Visitor's Bxearslaas Fair.
Tuesdays In September and Oct 11. Good
thirty dsys. Half far plu $3. Many
point in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
Inquire at th Northwestern Lin Office.
1401 and 1401 Farnam St. Omaha.
Colfas rroi Water,
Bottled at . th spring. Qladston Bros ,
130S-1SJ0 Dougia street
If MaoCartby make your clothe they're
right Bee our display, 804-30 8. lsth street
Th following marriage licence wer ls-
upd up to noon September 16:
W.m. .nil b.llrl.n. A
Harry Nelson, Omaha 24
Frances Hamernlk, Omaha 23
Louis P. Sip, Omaha 17
Gertrude Scharfen. Omaha 24
Frank Byer, Omaha , tl
Ida Mitchell, Omaha 17
II X. Wedding Kings. Edholro. jeweler..
ON I MOD
Best 7 S For
Shoesf j Men
190 New Fall Styles
We Have Ho Branca store la
Voa will Bad a at th sama
old place. '
Maker to Wearer.
A single, time it ell we aik. Then
o better beer brewed than .
Regent $hoo, Cr.
Be Sure It Is
Then You Are Alrlcht.
J18-J20O22 S. 15th St. '
WEST Side of the 8trt,
TO look well take cart of your
complexion. Do not allow un
Ightly plnplM, blackhead. Un,
r IrackUe le bleail your aklo.
wfll teaovs these Ilk u(ic
ClurM Eciema and Tetter.
Dae with DfcRMA-Royals
Soap, a perfect kis Is
OLD BY DRUOOISTS,
Denaa-Roysia, l per bottle, spres peld.
Derma-lroyale Seap, 28 Crate, by mm.
Aetata eae package. (I.tt, espne sal.
ttnmm a4 mumUi mm m mnurt.
THE DERMA-R0YALE CO-Cluclaiati. 0.
geaaefer's Cat Prfao Oraaj Store.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMEl
est Vara Paver nhsorlh hew.
THE BEER YOU'LL LIKE
It l Invigorating and healthful a a
tonic. None better (or a beverage.
That's why our sales Increase so enor
mously each year.' Quarts or Pints la
caser either. '
I oa Dlalagt aad BaSTet Cara.
Fred Krug Brewing Co
Osaaha'a Model Srovrovy.
,TlccuoB 430. QMAII4
fm onerrnaa, Sleet LeueerrheM, Seer enter.
rkM, Piles an All Unheallni SetaaT Dleefcareo.
. No Pain. No stain.
NO STRICTURE. Tntt 6VRIN0C.
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ALL FIRST-CLASS CAFES. CLUBS AND
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