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THE OMAHA DAILY BEK:? FIUDAY, 1 MARCH Or -190ft:
Ml Willa Albert Gather, author of "The
Troll Oarden." a volume of dramatic and
emotional tale of life among the artists
and high social Bonemlans of New Tork,
Is a VMtrrn woman and a graduate of the
ITntverslty of Nebraska. She vnt born In
Winchester, Va., but when only 10 year
nl4 moved to a ranch in southwestern Ne
1raka, a country sparsely aettled by Panes
and Norwegians, w here ahe ran wild, spend
Ing most of her time In the open, on horse
bark. After leaving college she took up
newspaper work and was connected with
the Nebraska Btate Journal and the Pitts
burg leader, doing literary and dramatic
rrltlclsm. Her first published work was
"April Twilight," a book of verse, which
brought her a great deal of attention from
critics. She I now teaching school In ntts
burg. The book I published by McClure,
"Back Home." by Kugene Wood, 1 the
title of a' book composed of a series
of casual. almost Nay. sketches
dealing with any little rural American
village or community, and characterized
by deft, gentle and sympathetic caricature
and keen observation. The author makes
a gallery of pictures thst la pointed and
amusing: present a cnrnlval of charac
teristic events that cannot fall to bring a
pleased smile of memory to any countrv
bred man. 'The Old Swimming Hole."
"The kittle Red flchoolhouse," "The Fire
men's Tournament," "Clrcua Day," "The
Country Fair," are some of the subjects
upon which he turns his memory and his
genial philosophy, making a book that is
essentially and typically American. The
voluma stamp Mr. Wood as a humorist to
be clsssed with the "Mark Twain" of
"Huckleberry Finn." James Whltcomb
Riley and 'Orne, Field. Mr. Wood was
country-bred, such as thoee that figure
In his book, and lived In Ohio. He is
now, , hnwtever. a city dweller, with a
home In Brooklyn. McClure, Phillips ft
Co. are. the publishers.
"The Sa'-Zsda Tales," by W. A. Fraser,
re the tale told by the animals gathered
at av "too" In India to their keeper. 8a'
Zada. They are storle of adventure and
danger, of life In jungle and town, in
desert and camp, told from the point of
view of tha anlmnls. The animals them
selves offer a surprising variety, from the
leopard, the elephant, the jackal, and the
tiger- to the monkey, cobra, wild boar and
crocodile, and the range of their adven
tures, and the entertaining revelations of
their characters and habits, as they appear
in these stories, are a remarkable exhibi
tion of literary power and versatility on
tha part of Mr. Fraser. The years that he
spent In India have given lilm a sense of
the life there and the power of reproducing
the atmosphere of civilization and of the
wilds, that transports one to that part of
the world In a surprising way. The fruit
of these experiences Is gathered together
in this new book, which is without doubt
one of the most vivid and entertaining col
lections of animal stories that has ever
been published. The Illustrations, by Mr.
Arthur Hemlng, are more than twenty In
number, and as varied and as striking as
the stories. The book Is from the press of
Charles Scrlbncr's Sons.
"Terence O'Rourke Gentleman Adven
turer." by Louis Jose ph Vance, receives its
title from the Inimitable hero of the tnle,
who Is the typical educated Irish gentle
man, with nn Inborn love of fighting, fair
play and pretty women. The scene Is luld
In Parts, Africa. Kgypt, where not? And
ever the" dashing O'Rourke with his' In
domitable courage and warm heart la to
the fore. Mr. Vance writes with the com
bined accuracy of fact and fertility of
imaginationin O'Rourke he has given us
a modern D'Arlagnan, who fame will en
dure like that of the great prototype, of
whom, however, he la by no meana a copy.
Published by the A. Wessels company.
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The announcement is made In the March
Housekeeper that Marian Bonsall, the asso
ciate editor, has been sent to Japan to
study Japanese home life and to glean
from It those secrets which are of most
Interest to American women. It is prom
sled that the treatment of the articles will
be unlike anything that has been written
before about the mikado's kingdom and
will be of absorbing interest. Gertrude
Bacon, the daughter of Prof. Bacon, the
celebrated balloonist, contributes an Illus
trated article, "My Adventures Above the
Clouds." A striking picture Is drawn of the
rare delights and thrilling escapes of the
aeronauts who strike into the unknown
for the sake of science.
"The Princess Passes." by C. N. and A.
M. Williamson, is a humorous automobile
romance by the authors of "The Lightning
Conductor." A charming American girl
and a susceptible liiglUliniau travel
through northern France and Switzerland
to tha Italian lakes and thence among the
Valois Alps to Nice and Monte Carlo.
About ' half the travel is by automobile;
tha (rest Is in an Alpine walking tour. The
book has proved o popular that a aixth
edition has already been printed. It la
Illustrated with drawings by Fdward Pen
field and photographs of the scenes of the
story. The book is published by Henry
Hull 4 Co.
A very neat, attractive and valuable little
volume, entitled, "Correct Bridge," haa
Juat been published by Rand. McNaJly
"o. For the beginner It rovers every por
tion of the game in clear, concise language
and fully explains the reason for each play.
The advanced player will find many Inter
esting points in the Illustrated hands, of
which there are twenty. The game of
bridge has a set of laws all Its own aud
they are given in full.
Tha Storm Center," by Charles Egbert
Craddock, Is a war story, but more of flir
tation, love and courtship than of fighting
or history. It Is a simple and pleasing
tale of a wounded union officer In a house
hold strongly In sympathy with the con
federate cause. The officer falls In love
wltu'the young lady of he house, and the
son of the family, a dashing young confed
erate officer, comes back to aee his fam
ily. While there the rebel officer secures
Information that enables the southern army
to gain an important strategical advan
tage, and the union officer ia eventually
court-martialed. The tale is light and en
tertaining and thoroughly naduMe, and
the background la that aaaoclated with
Miss Mur frees well-earned fame. Pub
lished by the Marnitllan company.
Town Topics continues to come oat regu
larly, just the sunt as It did before Its
tonfllct with Collier's. In the laat number
Colonel Mann, over hla own signature,
makes a statement in which he insists that
'In all the litigation no proof baa been pre
sented that "any sum of money or any
favor or compensation of any sort or char
acter from an person aa a consideration for
kindly paragraphs In Town Topics or for
the suppression of unkind paragraphs" haa
evT been asked for or received. The state
ment conclude with an offer to pay to
any public charity the sum of O.Ouo If any,
one can present an evidence of blackmail
by any person authorised to represent h!m
f Town Topics.
The above books at lowest retafl prices.
Matthews, L3 Sou tii Fifteenth, site
Note These' Important Bargains For
FRENCH AND ENGLISH VALENCIENNES
SAMPLE STRIPS OF LACE
Many With Insertions to Match
AT 5C A STRIP
These very fine laces are remnants, trial stri)8 and manufao-s
turers' sample pieces -come in both lace and insertions,,
many to match also fine net top laces, many of them
matched. Reopen are all this season's new pat.
terns, beautiful white, cream and ecru effects.
Mostly Yard Lengths and up to 1 yd.
In Full Pieces this Lace would sell
up to 25c yd. ENTIRE STRIP for
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS
All wool fine dress goods, regular
75c quality, In every style and
skirt or waist
Any remnant of dress goods from
regular stock, values up to 20c
yard; many waist,
skirt and dress
lengths that must
be closed at once.
French flowered qrgandles, new
styles direct from the ,f
manufacturer, 5 to 15- I f
yard lengths: at, a yd..
Wool dress goods. In Annex
every remnant sold up
to 60c yard, all colors;
at. a vard
In Basement Mill lengths
French organdies, reg
ular 2Qc quality; at, yd..
All imported travelers
samples, best drees
goods; at, each
Rimnmh of SILKS
Clearing all the silk rem
nant from the Ashley &
Bailey Co. stock at one
fourth their value. They
plain and fancy silk taffetas,
sntlns, etc., and all go, accord
ing to size of piece, each
Wc - 15c - 25c
Thousands of yards of silks
have accumulated during the
past 10 days' great sale, lengths
running from 24 to 10 vards,
In silks of every description
on bargain square, silk aisle,
worth ud T f m
Remnants of LINENS
All the balance of the EOc
fine mercerized table dam
ask, in mill
thpv last. vard.
Plain linen remnants, both
white and colored, suit
able for fancy work.
Thousands of sample pieces
of all linen table dasmak,
both bleached and un
bleached, worth ud to
$1.25 yard, and nice
for tray cloths, nap
kins, etc; at, each. .
REMNANTS OF WASH GOODS
Fine quality all "pllk
dotted mulls, black,
white and every shade
desirablu for evening
wear, nice long lengths
very special for 1 Q
a yard -'C
One big bargain
square fine India
limine, useful lengths
that are left from a
regular 26c quality
will go at, a fft.
Heavy quality Scotch
and seersucker ging
hams, the regular
l'JHc kind. In long de
sirable lengths. 1
for, a yard OJC
Mercerised white pop
lin cords, for spring
and Rummer suits
this quality sells for
26c from the bolt In
day, for, yard....1"
Neat striped and
checked 'voile suitings,
with embroidered de
signs, , will be sold at
the remarkable lie
low price of, yd.."
Good quality dress
percales. new darrt
styles, full yard wide
and worth 12c; Fri
day they go Jl.
at, a yard.........
36-Inch white drapery
Swiss, dots and fig
ured designs, 3 to iO
yard lengths; rare
that are worth up to
ZuC yard, will go as
long 'as they C
last for, a yard
Full standard cambric
lining, black and all
colors, the regular Be
quality, will be sold
as long as one 1f
case lasts, for, yd..
In the Afternoon, Beginning at 1:30 Thousands of "
yarda finest quality bleaehed muslin and cam.
brie, all 36 injs. wide, value up to 12c for, yd.
SHOE SALE IN BASEMENT
Women's Vici Kid Shoes at $1.39
These shoes are from a great purchase of a Boston wholesale house.
rive nunarea pairs ici rua Biucner Shoes ail
slies perfectly sound and solid good
value at $2.00 and 12.50 Friday
98c STe,1;: 89c X"4- 60ciT2 29c
trap elippen, heavy butteu misses' vici kid vici kid
worth one dol- shoe. nd box calf shoes
lar and a halt shoes.
Clothing: Sale in the Basement
The 'demands of spring are for neat new clothes
lor boys we oiler good tancy cheviot suits --
neatly and strongly made a saving of. about
toit to $1.00 on each double-breasted 1 Q
dolars. . at . ' 11
Men's 2 Boys' 50c & 39c Boys' Men's styl-
pants, at, 75c Knee Blouss ish Spring
$1.25 M9c .r:?15c rv.$5
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Advance Notice -Saturday
we annonnca a wonderful eveot in
NEW. SPRING CLQTMUG
ENTIRE SAMPLE LINE OF MAX DAVIDSON,
89 TO 69 BLEECKER ST., NEW YORK.
Worth $17.50, $19 and $20
on sale beginning Satur
day, at. .
A fine .room with a vault heat
lightwater janitor service-Hh a
, fire proof office building for $18.00
T)q Bee Building.
OMAHA WKATHKR KOKKCAST FKIDAY, FA in.
6Ul TRACKS STAMPS ETERT TIME
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Our new fruit and vegetable department enlarged
improved most attractive and teeming with bargains. It
will pay you to attend these grand opening fruit sales.
Pcqli yts d Peanuts
Four thousand pounds fine large Virginia Peanuts, per
pound only 5c biggest value Remember a
pound is nearly two quarts price lower than ft
can be bought in ton lots.
V Sweet Naval Oranges
A limited supply of fancy, juicy, sweet naval oranges
Lot Number 1 dozen 20c
' Lot Number 2 dozen 25c
A big supply of nice ripe fine flavored
bananas, per dozen
. ' COFFEES.)
Boasted every day. Friday Special Twenty-five hun
dred two-pound cans Bennett's Breakfast Q
Coffee, at, per can Ui
And sixty green trading stamps.
Just received a large quantity of fresh made, deliriously
assorted flavored stick candy. 30 sticks, 5c; 6 sticks, lc
A great opportunity for the children.
pllque Trlmmlnga, ecru and white, worth 6c to 10c yard, on
nl t .yra.
BIO LACK BARGAIN" FRIDAY.
10 piece ot fine Allover Laces, In
KnglUh Twine, Paraguay and
Antique patterns, ecrut and
white, worth to $1.50 a yard
this sa ouly a 71n
yard .. afcJC
CHEAP H ALU OF FACK VEIL-
(00 yards 'of fine Chiffon Veiling.
- fancy fgurea and a big lot of
' plain aad. fancy meth Vetllngi,
with or without dots.' all the
popular shades, worth to 60c
ard this sale only if
a vs Vs
A quantity of nice, juicy California Lemons, splen- Cn
did size, dozen ItDC
LEADERS IN GROCERIES
Twenty pounds best Granulated Sugar. $1.00
And thirty green trading stamps.
Three Crown California Raisins, per pound 120
And twenty green trading stamps.
Evaporated Blackberries, per pound ..12VaC
And ten green trading stamps.
Diamond S Peaches, Pears, Pineapples, Apricots and
, Cherries, per can .25c
' ' And thirty green trading stamps.
' ' HEADQUARTERS FOR BUTTER.
, Fresh Country Buter, per pound . 16c
Three thousand dozen new laid country eggs, dozen. . . .15c
Special Attractions for Friday and
Saturday in Our Ladies and
Children s Ready-to-Wear Department
Ladiea' New Pony Jacket Suit Fine gray worsted trimmed with braid
d Bilk, unlined. well tailored, very latest model, worth 1 A 7 r
$16.50. for v. sf
Ladies' Wrappers Sea Island percale, trimmed with finishing braid,
extra full, good, substantial cftlors, all sizes, regular $1.25 QQ
' value, at J
Indies' Short Klmoiuw All elegant spring Klmonas, made of figured
lawn, large, flaring sleeve, loose front and back, newest .CH
cut, regular 98c value, all sizes, at JvC
Ladle' Prrasing Sacques Made of a good lawn, fitted back and loose
front, light and dark shade, all sizes, regular $1.25 value, "J $C
We are 'allowing n Inunense Msnortment of Children's and Misses'
Suit and JnckeU, in plain color, checks and plaids. You are invited
to Inspect tlieui.
LADIES' NEW HOSIERY We put on sale Friday morning nearly 100
'dozen uew Lace Linle and Fancy Cotton Hose, the newest styles
and best values ever shown In Omaha prices, 35c.
L DIES' NEW I'NDERVESTS Two cases fine Gauze VeBts, low neck,
no sleeves. Swiss ribbed, in medium and extra sizes, regular C
25c quality, at
LADIES' CORSETS ii.V The sale of 50c and 5c Corsets will be con
tinued Friday and Saturday sizes IS to 30 at
Big Bargain Sale of Desirable Short Lengths
A big table full of light Shirting Calicoes, Friday a .
A big table full of Drapery Cretonne, in good lengths, 18c
quality, Friday a yard IUC
Another table full of Imported Madras Shirting, white grounds with
neat figures, the lengths are 1 4 to 5 yards, regular price f J1
25c yard. Friday a yard .' IsVjC
A big table full of White Goods in shirt waist lengths, in this season's
latest materials, every yard worth 35c, Friday a (
One lot of fine White Imported Waistlngs, good waist lenjttbs, g
aome slightly soiled, worth to 75c yard, Friday a yard. . j. . JC
Every short length of Klmona and Dress Flannelette and Col- n
ored WaUtlng, worth to 25c a yard, Friday a yard JC
A BARGAIN IN DRESS GOODS 2rtc YARD.
60 pieces of Poplar Cloth and New Taffeta Cloth Just the ma-
terlal for waists and dresses all new colors a yard DC
REMNANT EMBROIDERY SALE FRIDAY.
'500 pieces clean Embroidery remnant Edges, 2 to 10 inches wide, fine
Finished Beadings. Narrow and Wide Insertions worth to C
36c a yard remnant price a yard 10c, 7 He and OC
LADIES' NECKWEAR FOR lc EACH.
From 10 to 12 m. Friday, 500 pieces Fancy Wash Stocks and f
Turnovers, worth 10c each, on sale at each... , g
ONE CENT LACE SALE.
From 2 to 4 pm. Friday, 100 yards of Fancy Venetian and Lace Ap-
See the Great
Biggest Book Display
Ever Windowed In
Freah, rfowa-to-t rte-uioat r'lo
tion, Historical Komanrr, Re
Salt St&rti Saturday.
See Our New
THK RELIABLE STORE
Spring Suil is
here, its Mart,
Friday is Remnant Day
A day of great bargains in all departments,
bon't miss these specials.
Silk Sale Friday.
On bargain square In dommtlc room.
will roil fancy and plain ullk. worth up
to ll.M in lona-thx. frtm half yard On.i
to 10 yards, at OVW
ANo a hrauilful tin.- of new chiffon pop
II n a. wash poni-. Hnbutnl. in whit and
Hack, black taffeta and 27 Inch 1Qr
Tussnh-aprcial Friday, at OVfc
On bargain counter, main aisle, 27 Inch
color taffeta. 27 Inch color RubylHt,
in. -ii jancy stripe and checks. RO-
M Inch double faced Hlack Taffeta,
uur t.nw values, at
t. per yard
Another arrat opportunity to buy
Ilonnet black silks for less than
From ft to lrt-C. J. Honnet 19 Inch
From to 10-C. ,T. Ronnet 27 Inch ftOr.
taffeta, worth U.&. at OvC
From a to 1o- J Honnet St! Inch 4
taffeta, wor.h $1.75. at J
Special In black silks all oav!
38 Inch double faced Hlack Pch'u 4
de Sole, our $..'.50 values, at liOV
27 inch double fnced Black I'eau de
Sole, our $1.00 values, at
27 Inch double faced Rliick Taffeta. AOr
our $l.oo values, at ' ,UVl(
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods
FROM TO ll:4o A M.
e will sell remnants of all wool and silk
and "wool dress poods that we sold ronu
larly at $1 CO to $4.oi( per vard. In lengths
from 24 to 8 yards Hlack and O
colorvat. a yard. 49c. :o and fcOV
FROM 2 to 4: V. M.
We will sell a new line of wool dress arnds
In remnants, worth from $1.00 to 1ttr
$ yard, at 9c, 4c. Kc. 25c and
Remn'ts High Grade Wash Goods
MAIN WASH noons IEPT.
We will sell remnants of orgrandles. silk
novelties, linen suitings, plain and fancies.
India llnon, batistes, suitings, etc., white
mercerised WHisting, high grade linings,
etc., that gold at 25c. ,Tc. 4!o. 69c and
75c a yard, will go on this Bole
at, yard, ISie, lRc, 10c and -
Friday Is the second dav of our great mo
hair sale. $t.O0. $1.2f and Sl.MI fine silk
mixed mohairs, all the new spring shades,
looks better than silk, will hang better
and wear twice as long, only one EQp
pattern to customer at, a yard
In the Domestic Rom
Remnants of Table Linen In bleached, sil
ver bleached, unbleached and colored.
from f.6 to TJ Inches wide, and goods thai
sell regularly from 2.V to $1.5t a yard
in four lots at, per yard, &V. f r
Wc, v.V nitd t3
Remnants of Toweling, In all linen, union
and cotton. In bleached and unbleached,
good lengths, many suitable for '"lln
roller towels, at, yard 7tc, he and .."I"
One lot of Towels, slightly soiled In frlnga,
buck ami fancy damask, both bleached
and unbleached, worth utnto 25c
a piece, to cloe, at. a piece
One lot of Dreiser Scarfs, Stand Topa,
1 lollies, etc., slightly willed. In slaes Js
27 to 1Kx73 and L'I2 to S;xSti, In all linen
and mercerlaud fancy hemstitched and
drawn work, goods sold regularly from
39c to $1.25 a piece, to close, at, OA,
piece, 49c and
Fancy White Walstinas, in all the, neW
weaves, in mercerlird, stripes, etc., long
mill lengths, worth up to 50a (Bp
yard, at, yard liJ
Remnants of White Waistlngs, In good
lengths, fancy stripes, nainsook, check,
etc., worth up to 26c yard, K
at, per yard
India IJnon. 95 Inches wide, long mill
lengths, fine quality, regular 16c
to i5c quality, at. yard 4 sw
Remnants of India I.inon and Whlta Pep.
Waisllngs, in good lengths, regular
l-"4c and 15c quality, at. yard
Remnants of wldo Sheetings, In 8-4,
and 11-4 unbleached, extra heavy long
mill lengths, goods thst sell regit- 0r
larly from 23c to 80c yard, at, yard..'
I'nblcached muslin (from bolO, good qual
ity, worth 6c yard. 20 yards to 'ilc
customer, at, yard u
Standard Prints, In light or dark color
and blues, best brands, 10 yarda to 'lip
customer, at, yart ...,. ...
Remnants of Mercerized Lining, In hlack
and colors, loo to 'Jic quality, CG
at. yard 7Hc and
Hamilton Percales, all good patterns, from
regular 10c and llHo qualities.
10 yards to customer, at, yard.....!
Remnants of lfc Cinderella, plain
colors, Baby Flannel, at
Remnants of best made 16c Silkollna,
at, per yard
Remnants of 26c and 18c Drapery tOlci
Cretonne and Denim, at, yard ""I"
Remnants of V Outing Flannel and
Shaker Flannel, at, yard u'w
Remnants of 18c Canton Flannel, to 7JL(
close out. at. yard S
Remnants of Sifrc Comforter Cali
coes, at, yard
Sale of Mismated Shoes
An immense accumulation of mismatched shoes
will be placed on sale Friday. ' Alt are misruates.
or taken back.
Mismated Children's Shoes each Cn
-some match very closely
None will be exchanged
15c, 10c and.
Misses' and Boys' Mismated
Women's Mismated Slippers aome
some with goring on slue-
Women's Mismated Shoes,
price up to $3.60 pair, choice, each..
SALE ON BARGAIN SQUARE, WK8T ROOM.
Friday's Hosiery and Underwear Snaps
Men's Hose, in plain or fancy colors, me
dium or heavy weight, worth up to 25c,
In three lots, at 10c Cr
Men's Rockford Hose, heavy quality, Cn
12Hc value, at ww
Boys' and Girls' Knit Underwalsts, sample
garments, in all slies, worth 36c, J(JfJ
Ladies' Hose. In black or grays,
loc quality at
Children's School Ifose, heavy ribbed, wot
fully double, Friday s price, pair,
10c and -
Mlssea' and Children's Vests and Pants, all
sizes, good spring weights, toe Ifto
Interesting Grocery Prices for the People
21 pounds best Pure Cane Granlaled
10 bars best brands Laundry Soap 26c
8 pounds best Breakfast Rolled Oats 26o
7 pounds best Hand Picked Navy Beans,
Farina or Hominy for.... 25a
Bromangelon or Jell-O, per pkg 7io
The best Soda or Oyster Crackera, lb tic
Fresh, crisp Gluger Snaps, lb ....ic
2-lb. can Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn 5o
1-lb. can Fancy Alaka Salmon 8c
1- lb. can Fancy Cove Oysters 7tyc
2- lb. can Fresh Herring loo
2-lb. can Soused Mackerel 26c
2-lb. can Klpperred Herring Mc
2-lb. can Smoked Haddock 9
011 Sardines, per can 3c
Frueii'a Wheat Wafers, per pkg 7S
Xcrlo Breakfast Food, per pkg Vr,a
We have received another car of Fancy
Highland Navel Oranges. Tha H (gland
Navel Oranges are far superior to any
other orange grown. They are more Juicy,
richer flavor and sweeter. Tomorrow w
will continue to sell them:
20 Highland Navel Oranges
Per dozen 15C
This slae Is being retailed everywhere for
20c and 25c per doxen. We buy direct.
OUR COAL IS THE BEST
On the market today.' Plenty of coal la always on hand
to supply your needs, but it is just as well not to wait until
the last minute to replenish your bins. However, in that
case, phone us and we will send around a hurry-up wagon
to keep your fires from going out. Any one who has ever
used our coal knows Its high grade. We've got all kinds-
at all prices
Cherokee Nut .
.$8.50 Genuine Trenton Lump $6.25
. $6.50 Colorado Nut $7.25
.$5.00 Purity Nut $6.00
MKH VOIR ORPfcR.
C. e. HAVENS & CO.
Tel. Douglas 317. 219 S. 16th St.
big Picture sal
Wewill place an sale Friday morning. a. m.. 2, Oak Veneered Frama
Pictures, size of frames. Sill, at the sinail um of
LOT 2 l"k Veneered Frame Pictures, size of trame lSxlJ,
for only, each
All these pictures are In Oak Veneered fancy frames, titled with glass,
and all the late subjects of pictures, There are " rare bargains and the
Irani" are worth a good deal more than we auk for Picture, glass and all.
They are r.ow on display In our north window. Take a look.
Not more than I lac pictures to one customer.
Not more than 4 26.: pictures to one customer.
Come early If you wish any of these bargains. Agency for Pictoral
Review Patterns. April patterns are now In. We do stamping to order.
New designs III pillow tops at 2V- each. See south window.
JOS. F. DILZ
322 SOUTH 1Mb ST.
1 : U.
BEAl TIr l li
Cut fillip Kerrv Bowls. Creamers and Sugars, Vaae
Water llirhera and Glasses, Celery IHaties. Pickle PUUa
Olive lushes. Ruse Jara. CreaDvs, I'IaHts, lom-
polea, Vinegar Bottles, pepper and Hlts. We carry
the bMtt bi&kes, tauidaornrM patterns kn4 nu ued
LOOK f'OK THK NAMK. ' '
5. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
Charles A. Potter
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