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TILE OtfAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 100T,.
i Ladies' Bath
All sizes, worth -fl QO
as high as $7.50, I
at,' each u
A great assortment of Lounging
and Bath Robes, made of warm
materials Blanket Hob and all
wool eiderdown materials, elab
orately 8a tin and applique trim
med, cord and ribbon belts, a va
riety f the prettiest and most de-
sirable colors- Included in this sale
are a number of very fine Cash-
. mere Wrappers'. 'Holes and house
gvmn that are worth in a regular
way up to $5 and ri
$7.50 on special
In this season of undergarment anil spring clothe making you
Vint the finest embroideries, in the prettiest, newest pattern.
Hero are thousands of yards of Kmhrnlclertes in the daintiest and nfrost flab-
UrUlUHl ICS 111 lllt3 unilllirBl Win tiouv'ini' ,- i. . . , jWBWl
nainsook, Swiss and cambric many Anglaise and open- ! JOv, jf
work putterns widths up to 14 Inches specially good for
lingerie waist milking worth 4nc and frK
All the embroideries from this purchase that are of a
quality not so fine and patterns a little Its elaborate
splendid variety - of regular i'Oc, and toe yard em-
broideries, at, per yara I
All medium and narrow widths of embroideries bands,
insertlngs and edgings regular , ten-cent goods,
at. per yard ..
These sllka are going at less than half price chameleons, niessalines
broche Grlselles, Pompadour taffetas, French ombre,
printed pongee pretty white silks, moires, etc., 30
inch Jap silks 24 inch all silk imported black chiffon
taffeta a"ll worth up to $1.60 yard, at, per yard.-. . .
On Second Floor.
We quote a few prices from the Bank
rupt Stork on sale on the second floor
which are ridiculous low: Men's odd
Coats. 80c; f'ants, 48c; Odd Vests, 2c;
St rone Suspenders. Sc; Fleece Lined Boys'
I'nderwear, 19c; Men's Heavy Weight Tan
Colored Overcoats, S2.M; Jersey Shirts, 26c;
Men's and. Boys' Caps, 10c; Heavy Ribbed
Fleece Lined Undershirts, 26c; Men's
Shirts with collars attached, also some
without collars, 26c; Young Men's Suits
as low as 11.48 up to 19 years old; Child
ren's Suits, 98c,' Men's Heavy Corduroy
Pants, $1.25; Cotton Flannel Drawers, 16c;
all kinds of Handkerchiefs, 2c; Men's
Black heavy weight Double Breasted
Suits, 13.76; also a lot of fancy pattern
for the same money; Fur Coats, 16.90;
Men's Heavy Ulsters and all sorts of
other Overcoats, choice 13.90; Boys' Cor
duroy Knee f'ants, 25c; Silk Bows, 6c;
Men's Heavy Sweaters, 26c; Heavy Rock
ford Hose, 6c, and piles of similar goods,
Just the thing for present use, at less
than one-half of Its value.
On Main Floor.
Here Is where we are slaughtering some
of our own stock. President Suspenders,
39c; Men's Suits, worth up to $12.60, for 1
13.00; regular $2.00 Pants. $1.00; Young
Men's Suits, worth up to $10.00, for $4.S5;
Men's Fur Lined Cups, 89c; Men's elegant
Worsted Suits, worth up to $20.00, choice
$9.90; Overcoats, worth up to $li50, 'for
$5.00; (your pick of any overcoat in ths
house, except fur lined i; former prices as
high as :S.0U, your choice $15.00; Pants,
worth up to $3.5o. your choice $1.90; Pants
that sell everywhere for $5.00 are $3.00 at
this sale. Shawknit Socks, 20c; $1.00
Shirts, 48c; Silk Mufflers. 25e; Men s line
Neekwtdtr, 16c; Heavy Blue Jersey Shirts,
48c; Men's Suspenders. 35o value, each In
a fancy box, 15c; $2.00 Sweaters, 69c; Ln
llened Kid Gloves, 48c; Jersey Gloves, 15c;
Indian Tan Gloves, flannel lined, 25c;
Armor Plate Boys' Hose, 12V4c; extra good
Underwear, 4fic; $150 all wool ones, now
Too a garment; Way's Mufflers, 13c, etc.
' Sal 3,
Heavy Overalls, 45c; Blue and White
Painter's Jackets. -5c; a few light- weight
Overalls, i'c; Men's Leather Coats, flannel
lined, $2.98; Boys' Duck Coats, 7uc; Men's
black heavy, Duck Coats, 98c; Sheep Lined
Duck Coals with sheep collars, $2.98; Water
proof Coats with sheep collars, $1.98; '2.50
Shoes. $1.50; Men's Rubbers, 50c; Germun
Socks, 25c, and many other similar articles
at prices below the present cost of produo- ;
tlon. Plenty of salesmen will be on hand j
to wait on everyone properly. It Is a rare
chance to save money on seasonable., up-to-date
merchundise, and you can' t afford to
1519 and 1521 Douglas Street.
OMAHA WEATHER FORECAST Continued Moderate Temperature
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
I I D
Wednesday is Red Letter Day Again!
Ten Green Trading Stamps given to every book pre
sented. .To relieve the crush at premium parlor, balcony,
we have arranged to distribute Red Letter Day Stamps also
on Second Floor. Present your book or books at either
place and get ten Green Trading Stamps to each book
presented. ' '
The bargain clean-up sales of odds and ends from
stock taking will intensify the value of lied Letter Day
and make it memorable.
Bennett's Big Grocery Ta"l;
60 Green Trading Stamps with pound Basket Fired Japan Tea
best valye ever offered
Red Cross Evaporated Cream made in Colorado the best ever
10 Green Trading Stamps with can Red Cross Cream
10 Geen Trading Stamps on Bennett's Capitol Spices
'n-lb. can Ground Black Pepper 12? i-lb. can Ground Allspice l.c
l4-lb! can Ground White Peiiper l"c -lb. can Ground Cloves 1'ic
,4-lb. can Ground Cayenne Pepper. .lie Vlb. can Ground .Mustard 10-
V-lb. can Ground Ginger 120 14-lb. can Ground Mixed Spice lfi.-
U-'b- can Ground Poultry Dressing 12o
10 Green Trading Stamps with quart can Sweet Cider". 12lfcr
20 Green Trading Stumps with gallon can Sweet Cider MOc
20 Green Trading Stamps with lb. pkg. fiutaviu Seeded RaiHins. . . .15c
Gedney's 30c Pickles bottle : l.'c
Brockport 12 Vic Corn, can Ho
Wetmore's 10c Gelatin, package oc
10 Green Trading Stamps with 2 pkgs. Bennett's Capitol Oats iOc
10 Green Trading Stamps with 2 pkgs. Bennett's Capitol Wheut. . .SOC
IO Green Trading Stamps with 2 pkgs. Bennett's Capitol Pancake
10 Green Trading Stamps with quart bottle Diamond S Catsup. . . .:13c
Bennett's Candy Section
Tuesday Speciul Bargain
Twelve hundred pounds of fresu
made, superior quality, Excelsior
Chocolate Creams, worth at least
25c pound, Tuesday 1 f .
-a pound ITTiw
Take advantage of this low offer
on new laid
l7c Dozen! 17c Dozen!
than ten do;en to encn
TRUANCY FROM HIGH SCHOOL
Matter Tries tka Patience and Ingenuity
of Frinoipal Waterhouie.
SAYS HE HAS DONE BEST HE CAN
Dies Not Admit School Management
i Derelict Bays Possibly
Parents Do Not Kbsit
the Facts. '
Truancy from the high school by daugh
ters of prominent families and the recent
remarks by Principal Watorhouse before
tho Women's club about abuses on the
methods employed to insuro attendance,
lilts cfeused the subject to be much dis
cussed in public school circles.) It is ad
mitted young girls, attracted by parties,
balls and entertainments of the social order
nre abxent from high school clusscs to a
Marked and increasing degree. The school
authorities say reform must be worked by
the parents unless considerable additional
'xpense la sustained, at the high school.
'' Principal Waterhouso feels ho has done
atorut all ho can with tho office force and
fundi at his command. '
Wntrrhoase States His titwi.
lie said: '
"There must, of necessity from the large
number of pupils in the high school, be
many absences every day. Five per cent
of tho number attxndlng would not be an
unusual absvnteo list, 1 think, in a school
attended from nuch dlstancca as are found
lu Omaha. The total enrollment for tho
first term this year has been about 1,610,
and the average attendance over l.WX), Five
per cent of tho latter would bo seventy
live. ' "It is evld nt the linprcai'lon prevails
that wc should -ml notice each day to the
parents of thos absent. 1 wish U were
possible to do this. Such a practice would
tend materially to reduce the number of
vent to schnol. I Jail iiotiflcation Is not
possible ut present for several reasons. To
look up the udilresF.s of the parents of
from seventy-five to 13d absentees, v write
the necessary notices und adilrcKs the en
velopes would require the work of an ud
litlonsl clerk in the office. Tho postage
sill would be from I3S0 to IKX) a yeur for
the Item alone.
Dereliction ot Admitted.
"I do not admit the high school manage
ment Is derelict In Its efforts to notify
parents of absence. I'nder the practice of
the wholo school system we -tend notices
to the pareols when pupils have been al
ent three days and do not return on the
fourth. Feeling this Is not suniolent, for
the reason that pupils might be shrewd
nough to learn 't tin- practice and tricky
rnough to remain out but one or two. days
tt separated pt rloils, we have twice during
the term Just closed sent notices to pareuts
shose childreu have been absent four or
more days up to the time of the notice,
regardless of whether the days were scat
tered or consecutive. In addition to the
double notice system there is a third no
tice to parents of attendance that on the
report cards sent home at the middle- and
close of each term.
"These things should tie known to
parents. It is possible many of them do
not understand the system in use."
SALARY MATTER IN THE AIR
4)aestlon. of Increase for Teachers
Sot Settled by the Special
Intimations are given out that the teach
ers committee of the Board of Education
niay not be ready to report on the teachers'
salary increase matter at the regular board
meeting next Monday night. One et the
members said that personally he ,was
through with committee conferences on the
subject and had turned the , matter over
to his associates, after iinvlng made up
his mind how he would vote. ,
"The opinions of the ' members of the
committee are widely divergent," said he.
"They run pretty well from one extreme
to the other. It looks as though It will bo
a very hard matter to make a report."
The light he threw upon tho present
status of the subject tnder consideration
and the attitudes of tho committeemen
was confirmed by others. They did not
want to talk further, however.
No doubt in many caaes trivial
would be denied and the pupils
SCHNEIDER HAS THE SITE
II IK Klevator Firm Derides on Omaha
Location, ;bnt Keeps it
from Public -
The site of the proposed Nye-8chneidf r
Fowler elevator has not ben made public,
but It is generally understood the iiik.
lion was settled some time ago and that
tlte company has secured a location some
where In the south part of the city. Th
firm wants access to several railroads, and
It is said there are but about two places
In Omaha which will meet the require
ments. One of the few men in town who
really knows what the elevator company
Is oiling, said:
"It Is true the site has been chosen. The
reason the company does not make It
public Is that -arrangements- have to be
made with several roads for trackage and
this takes a long time. The company will
not announce Its plans until It has all
trakuie mutters finally settled."
SALOON CASES ARE POSTPONED
Hearlua Before District t'oart boes
Over Because of Other Busi
ness in the War.
CHICAGO JOBBERS NOT HURT
Drj,Goods Wholesaler in No Danger from
RATE COlilS BE CUT WITHOUT INJURY
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
tor 0Tr a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
, , MttrAME.0 Y
. -fc. . "aid m
Hearing before Judge Button on the. sa
loon license cases, as against the policy of
tho Board of Fire and Police Commission
ers, went over to a future date, not yet
agreed en. This was necessary because
City Attorney Preen and his- assistant,
Mr. Ilerdman, are at present engaged be
fore Judge Kstelle lu the 'arguments for
Judgment and a new (rial in the Ulenils
case. The city attorney does not expect
to be at liberty until tho end of the week,
and at thnt time he w!U oonf'T with Elmer
E. Thomas as to a date for beginning the
taking of evidence.
The Civic Federation attorney desires to
take testimony In order to refute, if possible-,
some things set up In the formal
answer of the commissioners as filed by
Speechless with Wonder.
are the friends of those cured of Stomach,
Liver and Klduey Trouble by Klectrlc Bit
ters, 60c. Guaranteed. For sale by Shermai
& McConuell Drug Co.
DI AMON D8 Frenxer, IMh and Pudga,
Altstsdt still administers jusUoa at ths
tand." 4JH-4J4 Paxton block. -
Fact la it Would Benefit Omaha, and
There Is Where the Huh
tomes to Windy C ity
Omaha Jobbers claim the assertion of the
Chicago Jobbers that President Sllckney of
tho Great Western would not dare put in
the reduced rate on dry goods to Missouri
river points because 'it would discriminate
against Chicago and arouse the lie of the
Jobbers there, is unfounded. ' An Omaha
"The rate to this section would not hurt
the Chicago merchants In the least. Rates
are made on a basis of Chicago and the
Mississippi river, and If Mr. Btlckney would
reduce the rales to the Missouri river from
the seaboard it could only be done by also
reducing the rate to the Chicago merchants
Just as well. The rate from Chicago on
cotton piece goods Is 60 cents from Chicago
and 35 cents from the Missouri river, and
the only way Mr. Sllckney could reduce the
rate would be by reducing these figure and
standing all cuts himself unless some east
ern, line would Join In with him, when all!
eastern lines would make the same rate
and Chicago would still be on the same
basis as It Is now.
Work on the Cut-off.
Kllpatrick Bros., contractors, who are to
build the I'nlon Pacific cut-off from South
Omaha to Lane, are going ahead with their
work and making hay while the sun shines.
R. J. Kllpatrick, head member of the firm,
which has opened offices In Omaha to look !
nftr 4hi n-m-k niH Mnndnv' I
We are gcing right ahead with this work,
which wllr require some heavy cuts. To do
this work we wll use lx standard gauge
locomotives, twelve narrow gauge locomo
tives and several steam shovels. We un
loaded some of these locomotives recently
at Seymour lake on the line of the Missouri
rac.lfic and are to take them overland to
the work, a distance -of three miles."
Omaha people who were driving near Sey
mour lake Sunday saw these locomotives
being taken across the fields. The track
was laid as the engines went along and It
wss also necessary to build a bridge across
the Pappio. t
Small Effect in Omaha.
The mi. mined reduction by the Armour
private refrigerator car lines on deciduous
fruit rates from the coast east will have
considerable effect on Omaha, although not
ss much as would appear on the surface.
Omaha gets most of Its apples from ths
south, the first coming from Georgia, then
Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa and home
products. One railroad man said probably
15n cars per year are stopped at Omaha
from California. This cut has nothing to
do with the freight rates, as it is simply
a reduction of the special service furnished
by the Armour car line in the way of cars
Fortr-Fonr Miles Operating;.
The Northwestern announces it has com
pleted and has in operation forty-four
miles of the new Casper line and Is open
ing new stations as the work progresses.
It also is announced if the present splen
did weather continues for any length of
time the road will be completed to the
Wind River reservation for the time of
the opening of the reservation to settlers
by the government In June. There was
some talk at one time of postponing the
opening until later in the season to give
this road an opportunity to finish Its track,
so settlers could be hauled to the drawing,
but the secretary Is going right ahead pre
paring for the allotment at the specified
Hallway tea and Personals.
Special Agent Harris of the Northwestern
ha gone to Chicago. '
1 Theodore Thomas, traveling freight agent
I ttia Burlington out of Beatrice, has been
tWhere to Have
The Best Good Times
Nowhere in" all the world are so many places
and conditions ideal for Rood times as in
TheHvlp can he made profitable, too, let us
tell you how.
' It cannot but be pleasurable, let us tell you
why. ' '
I There's most to see along the shortest route
4t lis loll you what. The
Overland Limited Is two meals the shortest way to -San
Francisco. That means both time and money
For full information inquire at
CITY TICKKT OFFICE. .1.12-1 FAUN AM ST.
promoted to he traveling freight agent of
the ssme road out of Denver, with Colorado
as his Jurisdic tion.
M. M. Hetsner. general agent of the
Northwestern at'Hloux City. Is in the city.
F K. Lewis, superintendent of the dining
ear service on the Union Pacific, is in the
General Manager Bidwell of the North
western lines west of the Missouri river,
has gone to Chicago.
C. E. Speiis, general freiKht agent of the
Burlington, has gone to Denver to attend
the annual meeting of the Natlonul Live
Stork association. 1
K A. Abbott, chief clerk of the general
passenger department of the Burlington at
Chicago, - has U-en -appointed soul h western
passenger agent for the Burlington at Kan
sas City to succeed J. D. McNamara, who
resigned lo go with the Wabash.
The Topeka & Northwestern rutlroad will
he in operation from Menoken. Ian., to
rinaga, a distance of 37 3 miles. February 5.
This Is a branch line of the Union Pacific
and circulars are out announcing the same
operating official for this line as are at
the head of the I'nlon Pacific.
DIAMONDS Ednoim, 16th and Harney.
Marriage I. nses.
The following marriage v jses have been
Name and Residence.
John McGrew, Omaha ,
Clara Johnson, Omaha ,
Andrew Thompson. Benson
Christina M. Glissniann. Omaha
Asel R. Hackett, rtnislia
Ilaltie K. Carr, Omaha
Allen C. Staples Slmix City
Mae Fletcher, Omaha
Jilin Rynticewskl.. Omaha.....
Martha Krakowskl. Omaha
, Arthur H. McConnell, Omaha
1 ...... ...... ,,.....t.u .
yir tf . 'iiin-
Fred Peterson, Omaha
losie i . nicvenNoii, wiiimh&
"" .' I
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevor;
T. Falls Oouraud'a Oriental
Cream or Magical Boautiflor.
Removes Tu. Pimples,
rrtcklM. notii J-.tcl.wi,
vtX BoaS, 4 bkis ftiM-sw
sua every piemua
on beaut?, sad Ue
Aee detection. It
Lu etood tse test
of A7 veers, end
1e eo hmraileee we
Is properly siede.
fell of eiuLUr
seaie. Dr. I A.
Surre uid to s
leJj of toe seat.
torn is pstieut 1 1
"At you lull
will iu tii em.
Oearaed's Cress' ths lean sersihil of M Us
eile nreoonnlom." Ff esle by til dmjsxieu tod Fener.
Ooode rJctiei tar Ue (J I tea suiee, Ceuwls sad Kureps.
laiT.HflPVUS. Prrj, 87 IM Jones Strati IwTA
ek Jr wiry
Sale of Boys'
Worth up lot 1 05
THE RKUAHLG bTOKIC.
Stock of 5
Goods in the
Enticing Tuesday Bargains
Unmatehable bargains in all kinds of Furnishing Goods
specials you cannot afford to miss.
Men's Negligee Shirts In new spring
' patterns with cuffs attached or de
tached worth up to fl,
choice, at, GOc and
Men's Heavy Wool Hose that
gold up to 39c, at, 15c and. . Ia-iC
From 9 Till 10 A. M. Men's white
laundered shirts, in all sizes, fresh,
clean stock, regular 11 values, spe
cial for this one hour, at, Z C
' three for $1.00, or each. . . . JDC
From 2 Till S P. M. Ladles' gauze
vests, silk taped. In regular and ex
tra sizes, worth 10c to 19c, r
choice, at DC
Limit of six to a customer.
Men's Shirts and Irawera Heavy
fleeced, that sold up to fl.00 spe
clal Tuesday in two lots, "Jlj
at. 35c and sejC
Ladies' Vests and Pants Heavy rib
bed, worth up to 50c,
at ;. ZDC
From 10 Till 11 A. M. Ladies' skirts
with deep flounce of lace embroid
ery and Inserting, underlay with
dust, ruffle, , slightly soiled and
mussed from handling during our
great muslin underwear sale wodb
.up to $-j. 00 choice,
From 8 to 4 P. M. Boys' tight-fitting
or hlouse waists. In ginghams,
madras or outing flannel C
worth up to 50c, choice UC
Other Specials for Tuesday
From 0 to 10 A. M. We will sell ex
tra heavy muslin, same as Indian
head, only 10 yards to a '
customer, at, a yard
From 2 lo :t P. M. We will Hell 124c
15c and 19c Huik lowels, linen
towels and lurltlRli towels, all on
one table only 3 pairs to a
customer nt, each
From IO:30 lo ll::io A. M We will
sell flattie dyed percales, worth
6 Vic yard-only 12 yards
to a customer, at, yard 2C
From 3::0 to l:.'IO We will sell out
inp flannel, regular 6 He and 7Vife
values only 10 yards to a
customer at, yard
Special Sale of Furs
Tuesday we will close out all broken lots and odds and end
cf tocks from our immense lino of furs at ridiculously low prices..
$3.00 .lup. Mitileii Scarfs with six large I Twelve' Astrakhan Capes 30 inch
tails, while they lust, Tues
day,' at : .
$3.I0 Astrakhan .Muffs Only
this lot. will go Tuesday,
at, tlitace ......;....'....
HIIOO.OO Iteaver Cnpcx
at V .
long, Hittin lined, $20 values,
choice, at '
in Hiiiulsnme Astrakhan Coats 24 Inches
long, Skinner's satin lined. T"?!)
4 3 value, at . d i ,
7.1.00 Astrakhan Coats,
China Depl. Bargains Great flour Sale
Unbundled cups and saucers, J
Tumblers will go at, fl
Holland Cream Jugs, . 1
Lamp Chimneys, Nob. 1 and 2,
' each 2C
Wash Bowl and Pitcher, T M
Slop Jars, will bo at, Q
each . T'kC
Potato Dishes, will go at, , t
each . . . k &C
T3 Band Dutch Bowls,
j TuoMlny wo will hold the greatest flour
sale ever known in Omaha. In or-i.tM-
to introduce our flour we .will
4H-II. Sacks Itest High Patent Flour
made from Red Turkey Hard
Winter Wheat, at, per
; sack . . . . . .
Will lake more water antT make
I whiter bread than any other flour On
1 tho market.
22 pounds Pure Cone Granu
lated Sugar, for ,
feetta Entrscted. . . . 25c
Porccloln Fillings ) I up
Uold Fillinr. . . up
Sliver FMIngg...50c up
Crown $2.50 up
i Plata $2.00 up
15 Years Same Location
Bridge Work $2.50 up
Nerves removed with
Loose Teeth Mad
Solid. . .
Work guaranteed 10 year
f IAN a rooms.
Wy 1517 Pulas St
We will continue to sell broken j
lines of men's and women's heavy
weight winter hoes In such makes
as HOYDEN, 1IANAN and AIOI-
Per Ceit Off
HANAN'S Best quality Imported j
patent colt, double sole, Jt Ei
blucher style. $8, now'. .T'.JU
HANAN'S Gun metal calf, double
sole, blucher stylo, regu- M
, lar price $.1.BO, now "T. 1
HANAN'S Velour calf, calf lined,
double sole, regular $6 M Jpn
shoe, now :..T JU
HANAN'S Women'g imported pat
ent colt, double sole, lace M C(
on!y. ?tJ grade, now . ...TTejU
HANAN'S Women'g plump kid
and calf blucher and lace style,
in double sole only, J T
5.r0. now , r.U
ARMSTRONG'S Women'g French
Calf Button, new Potay T tjj
last, regular $4.50, now.
ARMSTRONG'S Women'g genuine
cordovan vamp, nent cslf top
Wm-her, regular $4.00
, The wluter Is not over you'll
need heavy shoes for several
months to come you can't afford to
miss an opportunity like this.
Here are some extra values;
Men's i double sole, patent colt,
blucher cut shoe, regu- 7 AA
lar $4 grade, at J.UU
loo pairs women's $3, $3.50 and $4
shoes, broken sizes clos
ing them out for ...
Sewing Machines and Supplies
We have a full line of First-Clas Sewing Machines, as well as parts and
attachments for all the popular machines made; all of best quality. Good
Machines Rented at 7fc per week.. Repairing dope in first-class shape and at
ery reasonable prices. Call us up when in need of anything In this line.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO., 1514 Capito! Ave.
TO AND FROM
"FOLLOW THE FLAG.
For Rates, Sailing Lists, Diagram
of Steamers, Illustrated and,' ,
Descriptive Pamphlets, ' ,
ALL RELIABLE .
Call at Wabash City Office
1601 FARNAM ST.,
HARRY" K. MOOKKS, O. A. P. D
OMAHA, NEB. i
p. b. Winter Cruises to Cuba, Went
II I Indies and Mediterranean.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1410 rnramw Si.
"I'm a lost dog;
please put a want
ad in The Bee and.
M. B. When ywi loea
anything, don't cry; put '
a want ad In The Be
and get it hack.
30,000 Real Circulation.
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