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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1903.
SJjJtf SILK SUITS, 522
A N. Y. Manufacturer's Surplus Stock.
A brand new lot of the most fashionable shirt waist suits
just received made of popular silks daintily fashioned with
tailored pleats, shirred yokes and shoulders scores of the
newest ideas the new colors, browns, reds, greens, champagne
shades, greys, etc.,
made to sell as high as
$15 each special for
Saturday, o n second
Genuine $25 Silk Suits aJ $9. 98 Very high quality eilk
shirt waist suits all the new and popular ideas many
are exclusive styles shirred and tailor pleated
elaborately finished and worth up I
to $25 each, at
Wash Shirt WaJst Suits
The pretty and cool shirt waist suits of wash materials the
new dotted suits plain whites and fancy figures prettily
pleated, worth up to $10.00 each special Saturday, at
$1.98, $238, $438
Sklrta Light weight
all colors, very pretty
for shirt waist wear,
Special Basement Cloak and Suit Dept.
Ladies' $1.00 Shirt WsJsts-
Pieaied and prettily trim- TQfl
med, at JeC
A Muslin Underwear Special
Ladies' Golf and
Walking Skirts All
wool lipht weight for
summer street and out
Ladies' Duck and
Linen Wash Jacket
Made with box backs,
new belts, etc., short &
medium lengths, at
Ladies' Pretty Shirt Waist
Suits New styles - 25
Ladies' Denim and Duck
outing wear, at- U7C0C J
Drawers and oorset covers, yCn
worth, up to 50c, at, each.... JC
Your choice Saturday of 125 samples and ten
dozen special fine lawn and Swiss walvta, bright new
stylen Just received from a New York nuiuufac- ) PA
turer'g overstock, worth $3.50 to $5.00, at iDU
Dainty and Cool Shirt Waists for Summer
elaborately lace trimmed all absolutely new Q C
Ideas, at J DC
Saturday An Extraordinary Sale
n n o n srr i . crv n
Entire stock on hand from a New England factory
Also a stock of
SOLID SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY
Bought at Auction from FUheWNeasler & Co., 556 Broadway, N. Y.
Entire stock on hand of high quality cut glass from one of the
best known New England factories, that reUred from the cut glass manufacturing
industry. We bought, for spot cash, their entire stock on hand, inventory value
over $22,000, and It was one of the best bargains we ever secured. The sale of this
exquisite line of cut glass will more firmly than ever establish the fact that
For genuine bargain living there is no other store like Brandeis
This Cut Glass is Exquisitely Wrought Beautiful cutting on the fin
est crystal the prices for which we offer it are less than one-half
the figure generally asked for goods inferior to these.
Everything from the smallest piece to the large brilliant vase or
punch bowlHere are just a few extra specials.
f " - Cut Glass Tumblers Handsomely cut Handsome Dishes, cut on Libby blanks
! ir ; also elegant sherbet pi aiso worth up to I brilliant patterns nappies, bowu, diithet,
!$Mfj nSe 29c-39c49c-&9c
i v.)L V . f g' ' a a v w mr iwiivwf aw awast npii
and Creamers, Etc. regular price two
LLV dollars and twenty-five cents, go at. . . .
We Cut Prices on
Every Ladies' Tan Oxford
IN THE HOUSE
Your choice of Oxfords in the newest color
"Saddle Tan" The Christie Tie Gibson
Tie or Oxford Tie for La
dies all on
THAT'S THE MAGIC PRICE
worth up to
Exquisite Cut GIslss Pieces Cut on
Llbby Blanks large bowls. J HQ f f Q
charming vases large set Pieces Q , jif O
and hundrsds of other great bargains
Solid Sterling Silverware and Sterling Jewelry
Sterling Silver Hat Brushes, Mirrors, Hair Brushes,
Clothes Brushes, Buffers and Combs,
positively worth up to $10.00, at, each.
German Silver Chatelaine Bags, large
size, values $3.50 and $5, at
Manicure pieces, worth $1, go at 25c
Sterling Spoons, Berry Spoons, Mea.t Forks,
Cheese Forks, Sugar Shells, Bon-Bon Spoons,
Souvenir Spoons, Cream ladles, etc. all
stamped sterling silver, 925-1000 fine and
extra heavy, handles are 7
beautiful floral designs, all at 7C"OC
A large line of sterling silver jewelry, brooch pins, cuff pins, men's fobs, stick pins, waist sets,
crystal and pearl beads, white coral strands, hat pins, etc., at less than Fishel & Nessler price
A Sale of Royal Vienna China We have also purchased from the U. S.
Custom House Brokers a line of Royal Vienna China, consisting of urns, vases and loving cups. All are of beau
tiful designs and painted by well known artists. In presenting these goods to our patrons, we offer them an op
portunity to secure a rare, dainty and highly artistic article at a price never before quoted on works of art of this
Men's Watches Thin model
12 size, genuine Elgin
movement, open face, 20-year gold
filled caso, hand engraved, f J)R
jewelor's price $14 f
Ladles' Watchea-Ladles' Osize Sterling-
Bllver chatelaine watches. 20 styles
to select from fine Swiss move- f Oft
ment Jeweler's price $5.00; on
Elgin or Waltham 7
Jewels, screw bexel case.
dust proof case, at
Men'a Watches 15 jewel Elgin or
Waltham movement, 10 size, new
model, fitted with 20-year guaran
teed gold filled cases, stamped by
manufacturer and backed g (Jg
by our written guarantee, I I
Jeweler's price $22; at
Big Millinery Sale
Bought from a Great New York House
Thousands of Ladies' Finest
IN THE BASEMENT.
A gigantic stock of Ladles' Untrlmmed Hats the . ..
very latest and most popular shapes for summer 'K5-T?ir .3
wear street and dress shapes all ready to trim
thev are nosltivelv worth
as high as $1.50 each- f rTu" C
highest grade straw and
a most extraordinary
LADIES' STREET AND OUTING HATS Newest
shapes trimmed in becoming and 9 "V Q
fashionably style a very special H JJi
bargain offer for Saturday, at ar V
ULTRA FASHIONABLE SUMMER MILLINERY
New polo turbans, the charming white tailored sailors new
ideas for stylish summer wear every becoming
warm weather model at ,
r f m k
CHILDREN'S HATS Trimmed hats and street
hats Milans and other pretty straws all the lat
est girlish styles specials Saturday at
A Special Sale of Lace Curtains
For the past week we have displayed in the Mrs. Benson's show window the entire balance
of the stock on hand of the Nebraska City Curtains, together with a Jot of drop style Curtains,
and Curtain Seconds bought from a well known eastern factory.
These we price at 29c, 39c and 59c each, and some of these curtains are worth up to $5.00 per
pair, but no matter what their former price they will all go Into these three lots. There are
beautiful imitation Brussels Curtains, heavy do- D(DS fZ(fh (Tbi
mestic Toint Arab Curtains, etc. V . . D U Q,
Although It is quite a large lot, we recommend an early call, as the best goes first.
25 Sticks of Candy for Be
Marshmallows, pound 15c
All our 50c and 60c Chocolates,
pound ' 35c
All our 33c and 40c Chocolates,
Chocolate Creams, pound 15c
Fudge, per pound 10c
Taffy, per pound 10c
Best Ice Cream in the city,
worth 10c, at 5c
In the Drug Dept.
35c Rubber Complexion Brush at... 15o
60c Rubber Complexion Brush at... 26c
26c Jar Talcum Powder at 10o
Fine All Bristle Hair Brush 10c
Aromatlo Smelling- Salts at 10c
Ku-Can Hair Tonic at T5o
RC CORSETS KSSLi""
These are the
latest models of
the famous It. &
G., designed to
give the Taper
ing Waist - Line
which the spring
All styles end
sizes in high and
Perfect fit, long wear and entire satis
faction guaranteed in every R. & O.
WATER COMPANY'S REPLY
Answer Filed t Reqnest of Board, De
claring it ii Unauthoriaoi
SAYS EXPOSITION IS NOT NECESSARY
Pal4ea Cmmnr Claims that to
Expose Its neoorda Woald
Ii Unjust and la
loa of RlshU.
. The. Omaha Water coini-any f'i'-a Ha an
swer Friday afternoon in i i I'nlted
SlfeUes court remonstrating agaii.... the pro
duction of Its books for tho purpose of
examination and inspection by the Water
board and applied for by the Water board
several days ao.
The answer holds that the motion of the
Water board for the production, examina
tion and Inspection of the books, records
and paper of the complainant for the pur
pose of preparing a showing of the Water
board upon the application for a temporary
Injunction in this suit is unauthorized by
any statute, rule in equity or rule in
chancery practice or by any precedent
whatever In the procedure of the federal
courts and is beyond the power of the
court to grant.
. "The books should show certain evidence
pertineut to the issue herein and can
therefore be produced after Joining of
Issue," the answer states, "and only for
the purpose of trial herein, and this cause
OX YO LINE
The New Treatment for CONSUMP
TION Has Passed the Experimental
, Stage, and Its Success Is Huh
The cures effected by all physicians using
the Oayollne treatment are pUenoineual tu
Consumption, Bronchitis. Hay fever, ui
forms of Catarrh of the Now, Throat,
Bronchial Tubes. Stomach, Bowels, Nerv
ous Prostration, all Jjebllllaied, Weakened
Conditions, all foorly Nourished Condi
tions of the Body.
A word to the Consumptive. Tou can
, thoroughly lest the Oxyotlne Treatment
FHiklii. Physicians who sr Bow using
this treatment claim It is so far superior
to all other treatments there is no com
parison. They are curing cases previously
Dr. Blpclalr is thoroughly equipped te
properly administer ih
fceu.j au experienced physician, and know
iitj, ;lio wonderful results and cures
effittd by this treatment, in these dts
wes. invites all to give tne treatment a
fnoruuglk test IHEB front alt charges. The
fector means Just what he aays, no diaries
of any kind. We advise any one needing
treatment to give this new end wonderful
Oiyollne treatment a trial. Ir. iincUlr is
lovated oppokite old poetomce In the
Fienser lUrxk. Ill South 16th, room SJ
ai.d iSt. Trie treatment will be fuily ax.
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mm iwn lev aii JBmM VMM u iiiassj
! not yet an issue. It la also contrary to '
equity rule No. 73. To grant the petition
would be to deprive the complainant of Its
right to withhold Its evidence herein until
uch evidence can be given under the for
malities of law, with the safeguards se
cured to litigants at the time of giving tea
tlmony on the hearing of the cause after
the Joining of issue, and would not be due
process of law. The exposure of the books
and paper of the complainant to the ex
amination and Inspection of the attorneys
for the Water board and to Its accountant
would subject the private business and af
fairs of the complainant to Investigation
and exploration for any and all purposes
of said Water board and Its members and
their attorneys and the nnmi r,,hii
would be aa invasion and violation of prop-
iiicuia oi complainant, aa well as a
violation of the constitution of the United
Holds it Unnecessary.
It Is further held that It is unnecessary
for the Water board to have the books of
the water company. Inasmuch as the Water
board has deemed in ordrr to making the
reduction of .neter rales, to enjoin which
this suit Is brought, that said reduction was
made after investigating the affairs of the
water company. It is further held that the
Water board does not in Its motion describe
the books to be examined or show' what
books are claimed to contain the Informa
tion sought, but that tho whole plan of said
motion for the production of the books la
unmistakably to explore the private affairs
of the water company without regard ta
the question involved In this ault, and to
enable the Water boarUHo use f,.r u't il.n
purposes partial, garbled and irrelevant
statements regarding the business and
affairs of tho water company.
ne water board is given until Saturday
to answer the foregoing motion of the
granite and Is made by Marr eV Gordon, at
a cost of about tl.GOO. The dimensions of
the monument are: First base, 6 feet S
inchea by 6 feet 1 inches by 1 foot S Inches;
second base, 4 feet 11 Inches by 41 feet 11
Inches by 11 Inches; third base, 4 feet 1 Inch
by 4 feet"! lpch by 1 foot 7 Inches; die, t
feet 10 Inches by 1 feet 10 Inches by 5 feet
9 Inches; statue, 7 feet high. Ort the main
shaft will be appropriate Grand Army of
the Republic inscriptions cut Into the stone.
The shaft wl.l be surmounted with a gran
ite statue of a union soldier of the war of
1S61-G6, at parade rest.
MONUMENT ONEWAY TO OMAHA
Sii.lt for Inl.s Veterans Coming
trom Msasfsetarsr at Barre,
The monument committee of the Douglas
County Vnlon Veterans' Monument asso
ciation has received word that the monu
merit has been completed and was shipped
r,Z1 Vt l Tu"y. June . It. ar-
r val looked for by the last of the month.
U will be placed in position immediately
upon Its arrival on the soldiers1 lot in For
est Lawn cemetery. The formal unveiling
and dedication of the monument will take
place at a date yet to be announced.
The intention is to make the dedicatory
services and unveiling features a notable
event. Good talent In the country will be
secured to deliver the dedicatory address
and the services contemplate the partlclpa
tioa of all the Grand Army and veteran or
ganlsaUons of this part of the state. LaUWs
of the Grand Army of the Republlo and
Woman's Relief eorp. organisations, Sons
of Veterans. Spanish-American war veter
ans, National Guards and regular troops
fim Fort Crook.
TU nwnuuieut u of light IltJr Barre
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. .
M. A. Brown, editor of the Kearney Hub,
is an Omaha visitor.
George H. Bell, banker of Grand Island,
is a guest at the Merchants.
Misses Fannie and Marion Ward have
gone to Chicago for a two weeks' visit.
Sidney C. Singer, a Junior at the Armour
Institute, is home for his summer vacation.
State Oil Inspector Ed A. Church of
Lincoln is an Omaha visitor, a guest at the
Harry Cartan was called to San Francisco
Friday mornlntf by the serious illness of his
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathleson of Pllger
are In the city, guents at the Merchants,
enroute to Niagara Falls, N. Y.
J. F. Murray of Denver, C. M. Back of
Gibbon, R. E. Pate of Denver and T. Botne
of 11111 City, S. D., are at the Miilard.
John Dugan of Papllllon, J. H. Vmstead
of Fullerton. A. 8. Taylor of Buffalo.
Wyo., and A. J. McKeon of Fremont are
at the Murray.
W. C. Wlllard of Columbus, II. L. Goold
of Ogalalla, Schuyler McDuffle of Pierce
and Thomas Ixmg of Uarland, Wyo., are
at the Merchants.
Mrs. J. J.- Dunlap, wife of the press agent
of Krug park, was called to Salt Lake City
Friduy morning by the report that nor
mother was dying. She left on the Over
Christ Specht, former city councilman
and once member of the Nebraska legis
lature, is in the city visiting friends, lie
now resides at Los Angeles, Cal., and says:
"I'm out of politics good and plenty."
Mrs. Garret A. llobart, widow of the late
Vice. President Hobart, will visit Omaha
Saturday with a party of several friends
from Paterson, N. J. They will-be guests
at the Her Grand during their stay in tne
Frank Gamerl of Lincoln, B. F. Cannon,
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Eldiiiige of Salt Lake
City, 1. 8. Cutter of Lincoln, Wayne Con
iniri of T.vons. F. J. Schlch of A mora and
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Iludon Of Los Angeles
are at the Her Grand.
Mrs. Charles O. Norton of Kearney, Knox
Tipple of Stanton, J. L. Mcintosh and two
children of Blilney, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Conners of SpearMsh. 8. D. ; W. H. Buckley
of Oakland. Cal.; J. W. Tramwell Ri:d A. C.
Tramwell of Oxford, W. T. Newman of
Denver and E. W. Wilson of Everltt,
Wash., are at the Paxton.
Brigadier General T. J. Wlnt, command
ing the Department of the Missouri, with
Major Charlts lt.,Noyes, military secretary
of the department, returned Friday night
from a ton days' Inspection tour In the
western part of the department. General
Wlnt will leave in a day or two for St
Louis to assume the temporary command
of the northern military division, succeed
ing Major General John C. Bates, appointed
assistant chief of the military staff of the
army. General Wlnt will remain in St.
Louis but a few days, and will exercise
the command of the northern division from
this city, going to St. I)Uls occasionally
as the aeoeaalUea of l&e vonuiiaod may
BUSINESS COLLEGE MEN TALK
Bohrbough and Boylea Protest on Assess
ment of Property.
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S MOTION PREVAILS
lr Horace Plunkett and T. J. Ms
honey Anions; Those Who be. .
core Concessions from
Messrs. Rohrbough and Boylea, proprie
tors of business colleges, appeared before
the County Board of Equalisation Friday
afternoon and protested against any as
sessment being levied on their property.
They claimed that under the law and the
decisions of the supreme court this class
of property Is exempt from taxation. The
city attorney has consistently bo decided,
they said, and County Attorney Blabaugh
expressod the same opinion to them. They
offered to get a written opinion from Judge
Blabaugh backing up their contention.
Assessor Reed said that in his opinion the
question never has been passed on under
the new revenue law. Judge Slabaugh's
oral opinion to Messrs. Rohrbough and
Boylea was possibly based on a supreme
court decision given before the new revenue
law was passed. He moved that the com
plaints be dismissed In order that the pro
testers could go into court and get a de
cision on the point.
The two business college men said they
would prefer to avoid going to court and
insisted that the board ought to take the
opinion of the county attorney as conclu
sive. Chairman McDonald and Assessor Reed
said such an opinion would not change
their views on the matter. This settled It
and the motion of Mr. Reed was passed
The real estate assessment of Sir Horace
C. Plunkett, amounting to (132,000, was cut
to the extent of 17,600.
E. E. Bruce Drug company's assessment
on personal property was fixed at SUO.000.
Attorney John C. Wharton,, appearing for
the Nebraska Clothing company, asked that
the assessor's figures, fl.OOO on personal
property, be reduced. The firm's return
was S95.400. If that was not allowed to
stand Mr. Wharton Insisted that the as
sessment should not be over $100,000. Mr.
Levy had, he said, before departing for
Europe, made a fair and honest return
and sworn to it. He could not understand
why the board ahould go back of that re
turn. Ignore Majority of inch.
"We are compelled to Ignore a majority
of the sworn returns." replied Assessor
Reed. "They do not furnish any informa
tion of value and moat of these protests
are backed up by what we call clever
talks. Those who employ able counsel go
to the city council aud get a reduction.
while those who do not generally draw a
"Then, unfortunately for Mr. Levy, he
did not employ able counsel, for we ap
peared before the city council, and after
giving testimony he got a raise."
"Yes," said Mr. Reed, "and last year
Mr. Levy appeared before this board and
testified. As a result his assessment was
fixed at $140,000. This year his return Is
less than last year and It is only raised to
$124,000. I consider that reasonable and
The board, after further argument, de
cided to make the assessment $106,000, which
was the figure fixed by the city.
Attorney Kinsler and Manager Butler of
the Adams Express company appeared to
protest against a raise from the return
of $12,380 to $18,000. They asserted that the
return was. based on their total receipts
from business within Nebraska, as re
quired, by law, and they were not willing
to pay on any more,
"Besides, we need the money," said Mr.
Reed with a pleasartt. smile.
Attorney T. J. Mahoney, after what As
sessor Reed called "one of those clever
talks," was allowed a reduction of $5,000
on the assessment of his new home, still
unfinished. It now stands at $10,500.
The board has reached an agreement to
take up the protests of the large business
houses In a bunch. ' Next Wednesday the
South Omaha packers will have a hearing.
Armour's is the first protest filed by the
packers. The company's assessment Is
placed at $040,000, the same as lust year.
Attorney Mahoney argued that 'this figure
Is excessive because the company has less
pork stock on hand since the Sioux City
house is again at work.
DEPUTIES SERVING PAPERS
All of Marshal Mathews Mea Are
Ont Gathering Witnesses
All of the deputy United States marshals
are now out in various parts of the state
serving subpoenas for witnesses to appear
before tho trials scheduled for the ad
journed session of the United 8tates district
court to convene Monday. The first case
set for trial Is that of Logan Lambert and
John Lulkart, indicted for unlawful traffic
In liquor on the Omaha Indian reservation,
the former for taking liquor onto the res
ervation and the latter for selling liquor
without flrn securing the government
license to do so.
SMITH WAIVES PRELIMINARY
Ne-xro Charged with Grand Larceny
Is Boand Over to District
Fred Smltn of til North Twelfth street,
the colored man arrested last Tuesday on
suspicion by Detective Savage, has been
arraigned In police court on a charge of
grand larceny. Smith waived preliminary
exauiiuatiua aal was bound to Ue dis
trict court on a bond of $SO0. It is alleged
Smith took a valuable diamond pin from
the room of Jesse Thomas, who lives across
the alley from Smith's room. The authori
ties are still in communication with tho
Denver police department relative to the
man's record at that place. It being under
stood Smith is wanted at Denver for some
PETITION AGAINST THE HOME
Inlted Action la Being Waved by
First Warders Against Juve
The special committee appointed at the
recent meotlng of the 8outh Side Improve
ment club to secure signatures to the re
monstrance against the location of the
Juvenile detention home at Tenth and Dor
cas streets, as decided upon by the visiting
commitee and the Board of County Com
missioners, has been doing some energetic
work. The signature of nearly every
property owner of the ward has been so
cured and the petition will be presented to
the commissioners Saturday morning. A
delegation of First ward citizens also will
be present to back up the petition with
Tha visiting board of the Juvenile court
still mildly Insists on the Tenth street loca
tion for the home, and It Is claimed by
the friends of that location that the Board
of County Commissioners have definitely
decided upon It and will not change the
FIFTY SHRINERS GO EAST
Tangier Temple Nohles Go to Im
perial Council, Which Meets
The annual pilgrimage of Tangier temr'e.
Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine, to the meeting of the Imperial
council, which will be held this year at
Buffalo, will be made by about fifty mem
bers of the local temple, leaving here at
8 o'clock this morning, In two special par
lor cars and a dining car, which rumor
says will carry more than the passengers.
The party will arrive at Chicago, by way
of the Northwestern, leaving there at mid
night tonight and arriving at Detroit Bun
day morning, and leaving Detroit at 4
o'clock Sunday afternoon via a special
steamer which will carry members of a
number of temples of the west.
YOUNGEST SHERIFF IN STATE
S. 11. Bowman of Jersey vlllr, IlL,
Visits City Claim Ageat with
S. H. Bowman and wife of Jersey, 111.,
are the guests of City Claim Agent Cock
rell and family. Mr. Bowman has tha
unique distinction of bring the youngest
man ever elected sheriff in Illinois, having
been Just 21 years of age when he was
chosen to that office for Jersey county.
Since then he has been mayor and council
man many times. He Is in the banking
C. M. Cockrell. who travels for a large
meat product house, also Is home visiting
his parents, and Harry Cockrell Is coming
down from Sioux City to spend part of his
vacation here. Mrs. Bowman Is a sister to
Judga Cockrell, and the wholo party will t
form something of a family reunion at tho
Cockrell home, 1737 Park avenue.
FLEMING BRINGS RESULTS
Tnx Commissioner I'rodncen Kon
Healileut Property Owner with
t heck to Hedeeni Title.
The first stroke of business by the new
city real estate and tax title department,
which Tax Commissioner Fleming proposes
to create, was dealt Thursday, when a rep
resentative of a nonresident property owner
rushed to the city hall with a check for
pvt) in his hand and demanded the rlKht to
protect the title to a lot which, had been
bid In by the city for the amount. Tha
taxes against the lot were over tl.VO and
the owner, who lives In the east, was so
discouraged about the mntter that he took
no Interest in the scavenger law sale. The
commissioner bid In the property at what
he considered a reasonable figure anil found
a way to let the fact be known. The ap
pearance of the $00 check resulted.
Kidney Trouble Cured Free.
... . .. mp - 4 rt jit.i ami tilll aitiwl IIU tilts 11111110 I
ii ? n..frrK. In anv f. .mi ami will hcih! ii. tli inline of vour
dnieirlht, we will furnlfh yon-through lilui fr.-o, one loxeii Ixittlt-H of
West Baden Bitter Water, whlrh will relieve or entirely cure any fane of
kidney trouble. This offer 1b made to a limited number of mifferera for
tho sole purpose of Introducing thin wonderful witter Into your nelfc-bltor-hood.
The only condition being the privilege to refer to you I when cured)
tn correspondence with prospective customers In your locality.
No Testimonials Solicited. No Namea Published.
All that U required Is your name and address, the name of your drug
gist aud full aiticulars regarding your caso, accompanied by this offer.
ASSOCIATED DRUG STORES
Omaha ee. Louisville, Ky.
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