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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEl SATURDAY, JULY 21, 190R.
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Our First Clearance Sale Opens Saturday Morning
Saturday morn'ng, promptly at o'clock, w win start our First Annual Clearance Sale of all spring and
summer merchandise, A- bargain event on high claag wearing apparel for women and ml that will be the
greatest ever held In Omaha. This may swm like a bold statement, but If choiceness of merchandise and val
ues are considered thla statement la true. The enorm oua Increase In business of this store this season has
necessitated our carrying an enormous stock, which, of course, means a great deal of merchandise for clear
ance, and we have left bo atone unturned in our effort to effect a clean sweep, no matter what the loss may
be, so that when we open our fall season In August we don't Intend to hare an article that is not a new
This Is your opportunity to buy high class, stylls h Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Waists, etc, at half and less than
half price. t
Clesrance of Wash Shirt Waist Suits
Wash fffilrt Waist rtalts 3 95
Clearance of SWrt Waists
... . . .95c
Clearance ol Tailor Suits
878.00 Tailor Made Salt 25 00
84A.0O Tailor Made ftnMa - - - 19 50
$.10.00 Tailor Made Raits 12 50
8200 Tailor Made Suit '9 75
$19J0 Tailor Made Suits gQ
Gearance ol Linen Suits
3ft.00 White Linen Suits 15 00
$ 2S.00 White or Colored Linen Salts
810.80 White or Colored Linen Salts
$15.00 White or Colored Indian Head
f 12.S0 White or Colored Indian Head
Suits at ,
(10.00 White or Colored Indian Head
$7.50 White or Colored Indian Head
niie or cttiorea Indian Head o f
Clearance ot Silk Suits
$30.00 Silk Eton Suits 15 00
$2A.OO Silk Eton Suits 4 f PA
$19.80 Silk Shirt Waist Salts
$18.00 Silk Shirt Waist Suits
810.00 Wash Hhlrt Watt Soft
fTJKJ Wash SWrt Waist guffs
$&A0 Shirt Waists
tmJM Shirt Waists
82JK Shirt Waists 1
fZAO Shirt Waists
Special shenrtng of New FaQ Walsta in the
Clearance of Jackets
$17.60 Cloth or Silk Jackets
$12.60 Cloth or Silk Jackets
$10.00 Cloth or Silk Jackets
87JM Cloth or Silk Jackets
$6.60 Linen Wash Jackets
$6.00 Indian Head Wash Jackets
WHOLE ARMY IS ON THE HIKE
Troops All Orer Country Moving to the
' Oonoentration Oampa,
TWENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY READY TO START
Troase from Klabrara Aboat to Lear,
the Abandoned Post for Hew
Station, in Taaa.
, :,' Garrisons.
. "An Interesting fact exists In th. move
ment ot United State troop to th. various
concentration camps," said Colonel John
Van R. Hoff. chief surgeon of the Depart
ruent of the Mlaaourl, Friday morning, "In
thai the entire American army la now on
the "move by rail or marching to th various
iUifiWbt mMiHigatton. " The ctrctrrnBtancs
is un unusual and at the Mm. time an In
tel e Ung one. This of course applies only
to the troops stationed In the United States.
The only exception la the coast artillery
'suitloncd In th. roust defenses."
The Interest of this statement Is borne
out by the' fact that Seven concentration
camps have been established at various
j oints throughout the United Statea. They
are located at Mount Aetna, Pa.; Indian-
-uixilla. Ind., and Chlrkamauga, Tenn., for
the troops of the Departments of th. East
and Atlantic coast states; at Forts Riley.
Kan., and D. A. Russell, Wyo., tor the
central western states; Austin, Tex., for
the southern and gulf states, and at Amer
ican Lake, Wash.,- for th. Pacific coast and
In addition to th. regular army troops
the state mtlltla organisations of nearly all
th. states will Join In these ramp, of mo
bilisation In their respective vicinities.
Only about 111 per cent of the regular troops
are left In garrison to look after th. gov
ernment property at th. various posts.
Thise campa ot mobilisation, concentration
and Instruction will continue until Oc
Leaving fort Niobrara.
Th. Twenty-fifth United States Infantry
waa due to leave Fort Niobrara Friday for
Its new stntlon In the Department of Text
There has been a delay in th. departure of
th. command owing to a wreck near Craw
ford,'. Neb., Intercepting th. movement of
th. accessary ears enroute to Valentin for
th. transoortatlon of th regiment. It Is
expected that the regiment will move Sat
urday. Th. regiment and Ita equipment
will Involve th. shipment of about j0,0u0
pounds of freight. There cam. near being
a hitch In the proceeding. In th. matter of
the shipment of th command over the
Northwestern, which haa the contract from
Valentine to Omaha. It appears that th.
Northwestern waa rather Indisposed at first
to provide cars for th. through trip, prefer
ring to unload th. command her. at Omaha
from Ita own rara. and require a reahlp-
ment over th. Burlington In Its own oars
to Texas, the" Burlington having been
awarded the contract from Omaha to Kan
sas City, and th Missouri, Kansas &
Texas from Kansaa City to Texas. The
proposition involved an additional expense
of several thousand dollar to the govern
ment which It did not propose to Incur.
Hence th conclusion waa reached by th
government to march the regiment from
Valentine on the Northwestern to Seneca
on the Burlington, a distance of seventy
mllea, and then route through Texas over
the Burlington. A soon aa this conclusion
was reached the Northwestern rather than
lose It contract from Valentin to Omaha
decided to comply with the original agree
The regiment will not go td Austin, as
recently Intended, but will be taken to the
different posts to which It ha been as
signed by the original oider directing the
removal of the regiment from this depart
Captain Lawrence B'. Slmonda, U. S. A-
commissary of subsistence, was . a visitor
at. department headquarters Friday prepar
atory to assuming charge a chief commis
sary at the camp of concentration near
Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo. He wa here
familiarising himself with hi duties and
to receive further instruction from Briga
dier General T. J. Wlnt, commanding the
department, relative to th. commissary
supplies for that camp.
The Tenth battery United States Light
artillery, which with the Thirtieth battery
stsrted on the march from Omaha to Fort
Riley Monday, having arrived here by rail
from Fort 6nelllng. Is one of the rnpst not-
ble batteries of the United States army.
This battery was the. one under command
of Captain Kellly that fought It way to
Peking, China, for the relief of the allied
legations. Captain- Kellly, It commander.
wa killed on the wall of Peking while
making the assault. The battery remained
at Peking nearly a year a one of the le
The artillery battalion camped at Wahoo
Thursday night on Its 'march to Fort Riley.
The trip thus far has been without inci
dent. The command I expected to reach
Fort Riley In about ten days from leaving
. Signal Corps Goes to Indianapolis.
Company B. Signal corps, United States
army, under command of Captain Cunning
ham, will leave Fort Omaha Saturday
morning for the camp of concentration near
A detachment of Company D ha already
gone to the Department of Texas for duty
at the camp of concentration at Austin,
and another detachment of Company D
ha gone to the concentration camp near
Fort IX A. Russell.
The Fraternal Union of America lodges
of Omaha, South Omaha and Benson will
give a Joint picnic at Rlvervlew park Sat
urday afternoon and evening, July 11.
FEEDERS FOR UNION PACIFIC
Harriman to Build Importaat Branch Lines
ONE FROM BEATRICE TO GRAND ISLAND
Another Will Be from Omaha to
Kaaaaa City by War '
of Ltneola aad
. Harriman 1 again branching out with
new Unci, and thla time right In Ne
braska. The latest line to be projected
by the Union Pacific system la one from
Beatrice to Grand Island. Th Union
Pacific haa announced Its policy of building
feeders wherever practicable,- and this Una
would . not .' only be :' feeder running
through one of th. rich -part - ot th
state, but would also form a splendid con
nection for business from th west to
Kansas City. This might not work to
the advantage of Omaha, but this city
ha nothing to fear from . the Overland
Una In th way of discriminations against
this city, tor It I well established that the
Interest of the Union Pacific center more
In Omaha aa the gateway to the weat than
In any other city. ' t '
The union farinc la now working on a
line from Omaha. to Kansaa City which
would make a good night's run between
the two cities, and, besides, runs through
tho capitals of two state. Lincoln and
Topeka. The Kansaa part of the line la
being constructed by a branch cutoff from
Topeka to Maryaville, and surveys are at
work on the line from Omaha to Lincoln.
The line from Beatrice to Orand Island
would run through the counties of Hamil
ton. York, Fllmore and Saline, adding Just
that much territory to th great Union
ROCR ISLAND WORKS ONE WAY
Tqnaliution" Possible for Eaniu City,
but Hot for Omaha.
REQUEST OF GRAIN EXCHANGE REFUSED
Road Kow la Poaltloa of Msklsg a
Rat. tbat Dlsrrlaalaat.a Against '
Omaha aa Grata Grown
Th. Omaha Grain exchange has asked tit.
Rock Island road to do the same thing for
Omaha aa against Kansas City that It has
done for Kansaa City a against Omaha.
That road say It cannot.
In other words, when It became evident
to the Grain exchange that Vice President
W. B. Biddle of the Rock Island road could
not be persuaded to withdraw hia "equali
sation" plan for diverting from Omaha to
Kansaa City Nebraska grain destined to
Memphis the exchange proposed to the
Rock Island that It make a similar "equali
sation on Kansas wheat destined to Min
neapolis, to be routed via Omaha, on the
basis of the Kansaa City rate. This meant
an exact duplicate, except that It would be
for the benefit of Omaha, of the Kansas
Clty-Memphls equalisation. The road re
fused to grant the privilege In a letter,
from which the following extract la taken:
Will state that we do not recognise the
principle (of equalisation) as a whole, but
we did recognise that, in the Memphis case,
it wsa exceptional from the feet tlist the
business waa moving via Kansaa City and
all that the Kansas City shippers asked
waa that they might have the privilege of
handling It through the, elevator at that
Pelat Rot Well Takes.
In this paragraph the point Is mad that
th equalisation principle is not recognised
as a whole, but only to the benefit of tile
Kansaa City market, and that the busi
ness was already moving by Kansas City.
Grain men say the statement regarding the
latter Is not true. All points In Nebraska
on and south of the main line of the Union
Pacific are affected by the equalisation, and
th Union Pacific tariff from those point
to Memphis specifically routes the grsln by
way of Omaha. It Is the fact that it waa
moving by Omaha which brought the
"equalisation." On what other grounds,
ask the local shippers, wa Mr. Blddle's
plea that he waa obliged to extend the
territory from which th "equalisation ap
plied because his former action did not
give Kansas City the relief anticipated?"
'Biddle Says' It's Sentiment.
The Rock Island people aay there is more
sentiment thai hurt In the situation for
Omaha, and It 1 shown by the fact that
very little Nebraska grainjias been secured
for the 'Frisco since July 1, when Mr. Bld
dle' plan went Into effect. That this Is
true la to the Credit of the Omaha grain
men, who have been compelled to bid up for
the grain In th South Platte, and who say
they have paid as high as 2 cents -a bushel
more than th market warrant In order
to bring the grain by way of Omaha.
lei's mii Seifis Sacrificed
Men's Suits thai sold all season for
$10.00, $12.00 and $13.50, on
Sale Saturday morning at ... .
One of the fnandest opportunities for men will happen Saturday tnorniup; at this great
clothes store. We have lavishly and tremendously cut the prices on over 0)-high gratia
suits. In this grand assortment you will rind two and three piece suits made of worsteds
and cheviots in all the new styles at prices cut to the bone.
The regular price these suits sold for were $10.00, $12.00 and $13.50 Saturday, H C
choice '. Us J
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tar"!1 'S""n M
Boys' Wash Suits Reduced
Today we will offer all of our high grade
"Wash Suits for boys, that sold up (f
to $2.95, choice in sizes 3 to 7, only. ,IUU
Wash Pants, that sold up to 40c n
on sale today at UC
All Wool Knee Pants Some have doubla
seat and knee values up to 75c -Q
today I aJaC
Men's Pants Reduced
Today you can buy men's odd pants at a
920 pairs of pants that originally sold for
$3.00 and $4.00 your choice y Cfl
today for sW.sJU
Included in this lot are 2G0 pairs of pants
taken from high grade suits that sold for
$15.00. All in one lot today for $2.50.
Neckwear Carnival Beginning Today
We will offer choice of any Man s Necktie ii our EJ
store that sold for 50c and 75c today .
Mow listen again commencing today
necktie In our store for 26c (except black),
fluffy summer shapes, In all styles and silks.
we win offer for sale, without reserve or restriction any man's
We have sold them all season for SOc and 75c. All the new
Also among them are neckwear suitable for fall wear.
Men's Fancy Shirts on Sale at Hal! Price
$1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 values ETU
on sale at . 9Jr
One hundred and forty dozen of small lots of high grade shirts
on sale today at less than half price. This Is a recent pur
chase we made on fine shirts. The reason for this price Is very
plainly told they come only In the following slzea: C G)n
. . mf V
16, 15V4. 16 $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 shirts today.
Men s Underwear Reduced
Values up to 75c. 0ro
today . . ttJl
Today you can save "over half" on
men's fine summer underwear. We
have reduced the prices on several hun
dred garments. Underwear that sold
for up to 75c, on sale
at soia y
Prices oi Straw Hats Have Beeiv Reduced
Today You Can Buy Straw Hats at Great Reductions.
Bovs' Straw Hats that sold for $1.26 and $1 75c
Bors' Straw Hats that sold for $1 and 76c 80e
Kew Trala to Ik.
Via "Tha Northwestern Line."
Leave Omaha 12:30 a. m., dallr. arriving
at the reservation 7:s0 a. m., with coaches
only. This In addition to t p. m. dally train.
City offlces, 1401-101 Farnara street.
MURDER IN . FIRST DEGREE
Bertoas Charae Lodaed Aaralast Llaht
aer, the Oradlna Camp
A complaint charging murder In the first
degree was filed Friday against Charles
Llghtner, who killed . John Hansen at I
grading ramp near Waterloo Thursday aft
ernoon. The coroner1 jury that heard the
case at i o'clock Friday morning recom
mended that this charge be filed against
Llghtner. . ,
Sheriff McDonald, Deputy Sheriff H&xe,
Coroner Bralley and1 Deputy County At
torney Bhotwpll weinr td,rWaterloo Thiir.
day nlghr and tookia handcar to the (imp.
The body of the murdered mat) wa loaded
on the handcar and taken to .Waterloo,
where the Inquest wu held at once In a
barber shop. The evidence disclosed no
motive for th deed except that Llghtner
accused Hansen of stealing $5 from him.
Hansen had been drinking some and had
gone Into hi quarter to sleep. Llghtner
called him out and began kicking and beat
ing him. Then be drew a razor and flour
ished It. .
'I'm going to show you what 1 can do
with this," he said, and he slashed Han
sen across the arm. Flansen ran away from
him and in n few minutes was dead. A
crowd of graders bent oil lynching Llght
ner followed him for some distance, but
lost him. It is believed they would have
lynched Tlm If he had been caught. The
rasor was found where Llghtner had hid
It. The blade was covered with blood and
was broken where It had struck th. bone. ,
The murder Is declared to have been an
unusually brutal one, a Hansen Is a small,
inoffensive man and Llghtner weigh !200
pound. Five witnesses from the grading
camp are being held at the county jail.
County Attorney Slabaugh has filed the
complaint in the office of Justice of th.
Peace Foster and Llghtner will probably
be arraigned Saturday morning.
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $4.50, $4, $3.50.$2.rn
Mens Straw Hats that sold for $3.50 and $3 2.00
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $2.50 and $2. . . .f 1.50
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $2 and $1.75 f l.oo
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $1.50 snd $1.25. . .7Bc
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $1.26 and $1 5c
Men's Straw Hats that sold for $1.00 and 76c. . . .3c
Men's Straw Hats that sold for 75c and 60c 20c
Boys' Straw Hats that sold for 50c. at 20e
TAXAMA HATS ALL AT REDUCED PRICES.
$8.75 Panama Hats reduced to $5.00
$5.00 and $5.90 Panama Hats reduced to (3.00
$4.50 and $3.90 Panama Hata reduced to $2.00
The Wabasn haa issued a beautiful
pamjhlet, "MOUNTAIN, LAKE AND
SEA." Those planning a summer ' trip
should ask lor one. Wabaah City Office,
1601 Farnam 8L. tor addrea Harry U.
Moore, O. A. P. D.. Omaha, Neb.
Amilrin at Lake Masmwa,
A novel feature will he offered at Lake
Manawa Saturday nignt. Mr. Dee, man
or tne vauoevuie theater, will
an amateur performance, th. prlsewlnner
io receive a tnirty-six piece sliver tea met.
All aspiring amateur actors of Omaha
Council Bluffs or South Omaha will iv.
given an opportunity to show the extent of
Th best test of any food is the ability to vork w-ell
m it; sleep veil after it; keep veil by it.
No article of food has stood this test so veil
lcm2 as the soda cracker. No soda cracker haa stood this
test so satisfactorily as Uned Biscuit
Babies have thrived on them ; strong men have kept
stron2 on them; sick folks have lived on Vem; well
folks have kept veil on them.
are alvays fresh and crisp that's vhy they are so good)
pure and clean that's vhy they stre so, wholesome; all
food and nourishment that's vhy they are so healthful.
Millions have learned this and profited by it have
you? The knowledge cost you only a. nickeL
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
.. r. nr
WE ARE OPEN TILL TEN SATURDAY NIGHT
STANDARD OIL TRANSFERS
la Omaha Formally Passes
The Standard OH company of Indiana
has formally transferred to the Standard
Oil company of Nebi;aka Ita several hold
ings of real estate In Omaha, th deeds
being filed In the office of the register of
deed Friday morning. Th property con
sist of three piece in McCague'a addition,
s tract at Ninth and Jone along the Union
Paclflo and two tracts along th Chicago,
8t. Paul, Minneapolis tt Omaha and the
Northwestern. Two deed were filed, fl
being the consideration named in each.
The Nebraska corporation wa formed
about a month ago and I (aid to be a
part of the policy of the Standard to make
Omaha It principal distributing center for
WORLAND A WESTERN WONDER
J. K. Buckingham Describes tha Mew
Tow and tha Rash for
3. E. Buckingham, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Burlington, returned
from Worland Friday, where he wa In at
tendance at the opening of registration for
the land which the government is to give
away on the Shoehone reservation. He ssy
the registration is running about 250 a day
at Wnrlnnd and dally Increasing, which is
considered very good when It Is taken Into
consideration that there Is no surrounding
population to draw upon.
A new world'a record wa made In traca
laying Into Worland," ald Mr. Bucking
ham. ' Tor on the day the track was fin
ished Into Worland 12,000 feet were laid In
oie day, the men working but eight hours
and twenty minutes. But ninety-seven men
were employed on th w6rk and the track
was surfaced and completed In that time.
The last 2,000 feet wa laid and completed
in one hour and eighteen minutes. Thl 1
far ahead of any previous record ever
The town of Worland Is a wonder, for
where five month ago everything waa sage
brush, a permanent population of WW haa
been established, with ample accommoda
tions to care for 1.000 people a day. The
town la not only full of people who wish to
take a chanc In Vncle Bam'l lottery, but
alao of people with money looKlng tor
farms and Irrigated lands. Considerable
Interest Is being shown at .Sheridan and
Billing in the Hhohone opening, for these
people know of the value of the Wind River
lands. Special excursion will be run from
these towns to carry the people who wish
to go to register. Large numbers of pro
fessional men, lawyers and doctors ar also
on th scene ready to locate."
possession commercial and political In theJ men out of work at Omaha, At th re
dly or Omaha. Mr. rsrucser naa ni eyes
cheered by the sight of a few elk and
things in Denver.
BACK BENEFITS TO BE PAID
Aaaaal Eiesnloa to Dulath.
Via Great Northern line will leave StouX
City at S:30 p. m. Tuesday, August t, ar
riving Duluth Friday morning. Return
Ing will leave Duluth at 4 o'clock 8unday
afternoon. Auguat t. Round trip far only
IS. Special through' trains win be run
consisting of tourist sleepers and day
coaches. Double berth In sleeping car II
each way. Duluth and vicinity comprise
on of th moat enjoyable point for a few
days outing. Boat trip may be mad to
many place of irtert in Lak. Superior
at small coat.
Person desiring berth should make
reservations as early as posslbl in ordor
to insure getting accommodations. Apply
to Agent Qroat Northern railway, Sioux
City, or to Archibald Gray, Assistant Oen
ral Paaaengar Agent. Sioux City. Is.
fleaaaat Way (or isutr Days.
Orand Trunk-Lehlgh Valley Double
Track Rout. Chicago to Nw York via
Niagara Fall; Orand Trung-Central Vsr-mont-Boaton
Main Rout from7 Chicago
to Boston and th Grand Trunk Railway
System to Montreal, Quebec and Portland-
double track from Chicago to Montreal.
Fares, deacrtpttv literature, eto., will b
mailad an application to Geo. W. Vaux,
A. O. r. T. A., 1 Adams St. Chicago.
ST.M to Mlssssteiis aad Hetara Via
CkUasT Croat Westers Railway
Account of O. A. R. encampment, August
11th to 18th. Tickets on sal slur Ajguat
11th. For further Information apply to H.
H. Churchill. O. A.. i&U Farnam St.,
Blacksmith to Settl with Local
Talon PaclSe Men Ws.
Were on Strike.
W. A. Grleb of Alliance. Neb., who was
In charge of the local union of blacksmiths
during the strike on the Union Paclflo three
year ago, I In the city on hi way home
from a meeting of the executive board of
he International Blacksmiths' union, held
t Chicago. i
At the time of the strike the interna
tional union wa in poor financial condition
and the trouble ended with the organisa
tion in arrears for strike benefit to th
WATCHES Frenzer, 16th and Dodg St.
Councllmen Bedford snd Brucker have
returned to the city, tne rnrmer rrom a
jaunt to Montana and Wyoming and the
latter to Denver. Mr. Bedford waa one of
tha winner In the Crow land lottery con
test and I now trying to decide whether
It I better to paa up his councllmanlc Job
and become a homesteader or to stv up
the prospective land ana noia down hi
Tooth Talk No. 51
There is no magic In "painless"
dentistry. It la simply science,
common sense and uncommon
car that remove all that I dread
able from an operation.
I ay emphatically that my
method are th most modern
known to the dental profession,
and that. I uae the moat ex
treme care eapeclally wher a
nervous temperament make th
patient more than ordinarily sus
ceptible to pain.
If you need filling do not hesi
tate through fear ot discomfort.
I will as re. to tak awy that
Porcelain fillings, ar prac
tically invisible, and by all odd
th most natural and sensible
remedy wher teeth ar not be
I make no charge for examina
tion or advice. Crown and Bridge
work a specialty. .
DR. 11CKE9, Dentist. 838 Be lUdg
cent convention of th union It was de
cided that thla benefit must he paid and
assessment has been levied for that pur
pose. Each man affected will draw about
Look Oat I ' y
For th Eagle' stupendous annual plcnlo
t Bennington park, Thursday, July , via
"The Northwestern Line." Dancing, amuse
ment of all kinds, refreshment. Th pub
lic Invited. Tickets, 11.00; for sal by th
committee or at Union ttstion. Special
train, 10:M a. m.
The following marriage license have been
Arthur Thompson, Omaha 24
UUlan Bergeron, Council Bluffs. Ia 26
DIAMONDS Ed holm. Ktu and li'arn.y.
Saturday Is bargain day with u
offers a little trade tempter at prices hard to resist
Bonne Femme and Grand Dame Curtains
White and Arabian, beautiful patterns, 46 to 92 ' Q
Inches wide, sold for 9475 to 6.75, tomorrow. . .I.O J
Like cut. Lar?e
substantially constructed of
hardwood, golden finish. lias
wide curved arma and saddle
shaped seat. Back and seat
upholstered In Keratol leather.
Regular price $3.60, AA
pure worsted yarns. Heavy
and durable. Large line ot
oriental patterns to select from.
Regujar price $3.60, nf
Bite Mixing Bowls
enamel Inside and out. Genuine imported
Austrian ware. Every bowl guaranteed.
Regular price twenty cents tomorrow only two
to a customer, each
Saturday Evening, 9 to 9:30
TMAnA tlrlci Ver"' attractive. Convenient site
jap3UeSe DOVVIS for berries, oatmeal and may-
onalse, etc. Regular 35c bowls not more man
six to a party each....".
irehard & Wilhelm
414-16-18 South Sixteenth Street
'floa Douglas (7
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