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THE OMAHA DAILY -BEE: TUESDAY, .TANUAKY 20, 1007.
Wonderful Bargains Tuesday
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TUESDAY
LARGE, PURC SILK MUFFLERS
In a Variety of Coloring Actually Worth up to
75 cent, at ..i
25c TURN-OVER DOLLARS at 5c
ty TURN-OVERS of Swltt and Batiste-Hem- p
ched and Scalloped also iom with Croched 4T
gee on Bargain Square, Main Floor , J
50c LACE STOCK COLLARS at 15c
In a. Variety of Styles Irish Crochet. Batiste
and Baby Irish Effects worth up to 50c, at
A 75c Lace Scarf for
These are extra long. In white, cream
thing (or neckwear on sale at...
HERE ARE EXTRA SPECIAL SALES
IN OUR. BARGAIN BASEMENS
.. FROM 8:00 TILL
5 bales unbleached Muslin will
per yard
FROM 0:00 .TILL 10 A. M.
We will close out all the odd
lengths fine 38 Inch Bleached
Muslin, taken from
?..3c
our regular stocks,
at, yard ......
11:00 A. M. TILL 12 M.
No. 2000 long cloths This is
actually worth 20c
yard, will go at,
per yard
10c
ON SALE IN THE
First special wash goods bargain
printed Lawns, Dimities, Batistes,
Mulls and other fine wash goods
yard, at, yard.
LAST 3 DAYS 8E .
January Clearance Sale of
OOKS
Last Day of the Special Sale of
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS
Over 800 titles of popular and standard books, strong
cloth bound binding ..
HALF LEATHER BOOKS
$1.50 Copyright Books, and
Other Odd Miscellaneous Works...
' Last Days of the Special BARGAINS IN SETS OF BOOKS
Eliot's Works, 6 volumes, for $1.25; Thackeray's works. 10 volumes
for $1.98; Bulwer's works, 13 volumes for $2.98; Dicken'i Works, 15
volumes for $3.98. All cloth binding.
OMAHA
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BOARD DISMISSES CHARGES
Polios Commission Annals Complaints of
Federation irainit Donahue.
DAHLMAN STILL INSISTS HE IS "IT"
Aeclalaas Power Over Chief and
Deelsvraw He Don Nat Propose
Police Shall Eareree Slo
eoaao Law.
Charges filed by the Clvio Federation
against Chief of Police Donahue were dis
missed Monday afternoon by the Board of
Tire and Police OommUsl oners, on the
S rounds that the chief issued hla orders
to his department on a misunderstanding,
that be rescinded those orders and was
bow seeing that the Sunday saloon closing
law was being enforced. The board's ftnd
1ns was:
In ' relation to the charges against the
chief of police by the Civic Federation, the
the board rinds that the failure to enforce
the law by the chief of polios waa due to
a rais understand! uk as to hla duty and
that he has alnoe enforced the law and
etated that he Intends to do so In the future
svnd accepting this statement aa made In
food faith, the charges are hereby dls
BUnaed. ,
After the reading of the finding of the
board by Mayor Dahlman. the mayor had
this to say;
"I voted to dismiss charges, but hold the
chief la absolutely bound to enforce orders
rveo by the mayor rather than this board.
I rare the orders to the chief because I
believe aa overwhelming majority of our
cltlaeas are In sympathy with my stand on
this matter. I don't propose to have the
police used to see whether people are sell.
Ins liquors en Sunday when the police are
Deeded for ether purposes."
Tkesaaa Is Slleat.
After the board rendered Its doclalon At
torney Earner K. Thomas, representing the
Clvto Federation, left the room without
making any further statement. Mr.
Thomas would not say what action. If any,
the reparation would take la the matter
now.
Whoa the meeting to dispose of the
charges was sailed to order a spirited dis
cussion ensued between Attorney Thomas
and aiembere of the polios board regarding
the powers and authority of the polios
board and the local and presumable Im
port of the orders Issued by chief at polios
Which ordere were the grounds on whloh
are
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They
SALES
15c
15 c
25c
25 c
and black A new
X
9:00 A. M.
be sold at,
1c
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M.
All the very finest yard wide
cambrics, in lengths suitable for
all kinds of under-
musline. at
yard
5c
FROM 12 M TILL 1 P. M.
Silk finished Scotch plaid walst
ing very stylish for m
this season's wear, 26c jO
Talue, at, yard
AFTERNOON
of the year Long remnants
Lace Effects,
...3c
worth up to 19c
12c
25c
the federation filed their charges. Com
missioner Bpratlen maintained that from a
legal standpoint the chief's charges could
not be const rued as Implying that the
chief ad ordered a violation of the law,
as the mere permitting of saloon doors to
be open on Sunday need not necessarily
mean that liquor wae sold. Attorney
Thomas said he would let his case stand
on the written admission of Chief of Police
Donahue that the'' chief acknowledged he
labored under a mistake In issuing his
ordere and had rescinded them and would
see the 'laws were enforced In the future.
Mayor Dahlman said he understood the
police should be used for what the people
paid them for. but did not go into details
as to what the people paid the police de
partment for.
The old question of "good faith" on the
party of the federation was brought up be
tween Commissioner Bpratlen and resented
by Mr. Thomas with some show of spirit.
The board still maintained It had no execu
tive authority and was not sworn to see
the statutes were enforced.
Commissioner J. W. Thomas was absent.
CRIME FROM BENEVOLENCE
Aetaal Steallaa; Is Prompted la Boy
by Desire to Give Presents
to Others.
An inordinate desire to give' presents to
his mother and his tittle brothers and sis
ters waa the undoing of Carl. Carl Is an
Intelligent looking boy of IS years and was
before the Juvenile court Monday morning.
His father was there, too, and said Carl
was a very good boy, that he was In
dustrious and worked on a farm In the
summer. The family now lives In Omaha,
but lived In Iowa prior to moving here.
There Carl took second prise for scholar
ship of all the pupils In the publlo schools
of the county.
When the family came to Omaha Carl se
cured a position in a big store. He rose
with remarkable rapidity from cash boy to
a place in the stock room. Ills wages were
raised twice in a few weeks. Then he
began bringing presents home. He said he
had found them and In some cases that
they had been given to him, being slightly
damaged. It was his kind heart that
prompted him to crime. He never brought
anything for himself, but always fjor his
mother or brothers or sister. Then the
store's detectives found out about It and
his arrest followed. He denied the testi
mony of a youth named "lazy," who was
hla superior in the store, and tearfully
contended that he thought he had a right
Ay era fills are iiver pills, loey act directly
oa the liver, make more bile accreted. This
la why they cure constipation, biliousness,
dyspepsia, aica-beadache. Ai your doctor
If he know better laxative pill. We cer-
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vaiuif uv not . um utfi, uiu uif nig una.
W mm 9 1 w . f W -mblto . ArrO.,
I th fores f i eiiryreni-e4ioiL4. lwfti I M aa.
Special In Meat Department g
Boiled IWf Tongue with Claper 6auoe. R
Ever tried It? Tor Tuesday we offer: Q
200 Fresh Beef Tongues, at, per !!. i
Kail Umb for Fricassee, at, per lb. 5c 1
Frolt and Vegetable Dept
l id. pacKage nates, earn
Florida Grape Fruit, each Bo
Florida Oranges, per dos BOo
U fieedlenn Orangpa, per doa BOo
aai&pie ruRar, per iti. ,,. w
Layer Figs, per lb lBo B
A inui I' ll lea imiei, per ddi
Tunis Uates on stem, per Doz....aso
Head Iettufte, each 10c
Oreen Onion", per bunrh 5c
lot House Radishes, per bunch.. Bo
Tomatoes, per lb SOc
Mixed Nuts, per lb 6o
Malaga O rupee, per lb 300
F.nglleh Hot Houae Grapes, per
pound B1.B0
Kum Quata, per basket BOo
Hot House Cucumbers, each BOo
Fresh Cauliflower, each aao ft
Tbone Donglas 647.
Private Exchange Connects
Departments.
3 Separate Entrances 3
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Tuesday
DR.EXEL
wm GIVE
. 25 o:
On the Finest end Best
MEN'S and WOMEN'S Shoe
Made in America
Hanan's best quality Imported pat
ent colt, double sole, regular $G
shoes, for 4.50
Hanan'a best quality velour calf.
French calf lined, double sole,
regular $6 shoe $4.50
Hanan's best quality plump kid,
kid lined, double sole, regular
$6 shoe $4.50
Clapp's custom-made double sole
kid shoes, kid lined, regular
$6.50 $4.88
Clapp's French calf, button and
blucher, regular $6 shoes, per
pair $4.50
Boydcn's French enamel, kid
lined, cork filled, regular $6.50
shoes k . $4.88
Hoyden's genuine French calf,
strictly hand made, double sole,
regular $6.00 $4.50
We have added ten lines of men's
$5.00 shoes, in box calf, patent
colt and kid, at. $3.75
WOMEN'S HIGH GRADE SHOES
AT 23 PER CENT OFF
Hanan's women's gun metal calf
shoes. In blucher and button,
regular $5.60 $4.13
Foster's gun metal calf, In button
only, $5.00. go at $3.75
Wright & Peter's women's gun
metal calf, in blucher and but
ton. $5.00. go at...;.. $3.75
Zeighler Bros, gun metal calf, in
blucher and button, $4.00, go
at $3.00
Armstrong women's gun metal
calf, blucher and button, at 25
per cent off .$3.G3
All our $3 women's gun metal calf,
blucher and button, at one
fourth off ,.$2.25
Ten lines of misses' and chil
dren's box calf, velonr ' and gun
metal calf shoes Included in this
sale at 25 per rent off.
We positively will not charge
any of these shoes at the discount
prices.
DrexelShoe Co.
1419 Far nam Street
to take the things. He was allowed to go
on probation.
MAYOR VET0ESJ3RIER PROBE
Dahlman Katocks Resolution Direct
laa Criminal Action Asralnst
Ex-Pol Ice Conrt Clerk.
Mayor Dahlman has vetoed a concurrent
resolution adopted last Tuesday evening
by the city council, directing the city at
torney to proceed against Lee Qiier, former
clerk of the polios court, and his bonds
men for an alleged shortage of $3,173.84, and
to confer with County Attorney Kngllih
In the matter of criminal action. The reso
lution will be presented to the council Tues
day evening and, members believe, un
doubtedly will be adopted, the mayor's
action notwithstanding.
The mayor contends and has contended
all along that the check made by Comp
troller Lobeck In the police court matter
would not prove convincing to a jury,
should the case be brought to trial, On
the other hand, the council majority la with
the comptroller, who is ready to back up
his checking In court.
It waa the mayor's plan when he recom
mended the employment of an expert ac
countant at a rate of $7.50 per day to have
that person check up all the city accounts.
but the accountant's services were dis
pensed with by the council without
consulting Mayor Jim. Accountant Gil
christ checked up part of the treasury de
partment and had something of a con
troversy with the comptroller over the ac
counting system applied by Mr, Lobeck.
Holier Skato Raeea.
The roller rink at the Auditorium will run
all week without Interruption. There will
be a race every night at t o'clock. Thurs
day afternoon will be ladles' day. All
ladles are to be admitted free. There will
e music by the band. Tba week . begin
ning February 4 will be taken p by the
retail hardware men's convention, with the
exception of Friday aad Saturday.
If it's too cold and
and you feel you would rather stay indoors, you need not
miss the pleasure of trading at Bennett's, and the joy of
bargain getting. USE T1IE TELEPHONE. We have the
largest number of branch telephones of any store in Omaha.
Every department can be reached directly. You are no fur
ther from our counters than you are from your receiver.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL THE TIME AND
WITH ALL TELEPHONE ORDERS
Muslin Underwear
Department
TUESDAY
$1.00 Women's Gowns, Drawers,
Chemises, Corset Covers and Skirts,
Lace and Embroidery trimmed.48
$5.00 Taffeta
Waists for
Silk
1.95
$3.50 Tailored Wool
Waists for
1.48
$5.00 Tailored Wool
Waists, for
1.95
BENNETT'S
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Bennett's Capitol Flour,
And Forty Ureen Trading Btamps.
Maine Sugar Corn, usual price, 12Vic, special,
can. 7c: dosen 80a
Diamond 8 Preserves,
28c; special, jar
Three (Star Flat Salmon,
special
Bennett's Cupltnl Mince
pperlal. 6 pkgs
PINEAPPLE hPKClAl,
Juicy, Bweet Pineapples, each 10c
Patna Rice, usual price, 10c lb.; special .... be
Bee Hlvo Tears, usual price, 15c can, spe
cial loo
Burnham's Clum Chowder, usual price, 10c,
can, special 7c
lVut)le Green Trading Stamps on Granulated
PAPrrou
SM. CMr" 1
teugar.
New Tork Full Cream Cheese, pound ' , .....200
And Twenty Oreen Trading Stamps. ,
Domestic Swiss Cheese, pound ,...250
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps
Lincoln Butterlne, 2 pounds 22o
;i And Five Green Trading Stamps. ;
Jersey Butterlne, 2 pounds .......SOc
? .r" And Five Green Trading Stamps.
Premium Butterlne, 2 pounds 40c
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Bennetts capitoi uorroe, pouna imcKage ....... zc
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
A. B. C. Catsup, bottle ,3o
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Jos. Tetley Co.'s India and Ceylon Teas,, yellow
label, lb." tltr. . .' 65o
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
Yellow Labef, -lb. tine SOc
And Fifteen Green Trading Stamps,
Yellow Label, lb. tin 15c
And Five Oreen Trading Stnmrm.
AT THE
BIG
Irish Frelze Storm Ulsters, $4.85; Fur
Coats, $7.90; Sheep Lined Duck Coats, $1.98;
choice of any Overcoat In the house (e-
! cept fur lined) $14.85; Men's Suits, worth
up to $12.60, sale price, $4.86; Men's Pants,
worth up to $3.60, sale price, $1.90' Men's
Pants, worth up to $5, sale price $3; good
every day Pants reduced to 98c; Men's $20
Boys' Suspenders, 9c; Boys' Cravenette
the house (except black) $14.85, this In
cludes some of the finest makes In the
land, can be compared only with high
grade tailor's $60. garments.
In Boys' Department
Choice of all kinds of Boys' Shirts, 25c;
Boys' Fur Gloves, 25c; Boys' Good Hose,
9c; Boys' Overcoats,' $3 value, sale price,
$1.9&-, a few Boys' Suits as low as 98c;
Suits, now only $9.90; Choice of any Suit in
Coats, ages 18-18, sale price, $6.90, etc.
Guarantee
Clothing Co.
1519-1521 Doug. St.
When You Write to
Advertisers
remember It takes only an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw toe ad. in me tsee.
R. JOSEPH ZEIS-
Northwestern Universi
ty of Chicago- says: "I
fully believe that the
moderate use of good
beer at meal times acts
as a tonic, nd U there
fore useful to adult per
sons." Stora Beer Is the em
bodiment of the doc
tor's idea of good beer.
You order a case sent
home today and drink
1
it with your meals. It
wilt not only add seat
to the meal, but It will
build ou up. Try It.
Eton Brewing Ctk,
Omaha. D4
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Or&atoa
A Perfmot Complexion
fries 50 At All Dealers.
TOm BAItS If
THE BENNETT COMPANY
AsTS AXJt JtTAXb MUOaigTg,
ft
the streets are too slippery,
Tuesday ii
Dress
Goods
Special display of
hundreds of yards
of new, imported
Dress goods. These
goods have never
been shown before
we have just re
ceived them. Call
and look them
over from $2.50
a yard down to
65 c
Second
Floor ,
BIG GROCERY
sack 65c
assorted, usual price
lac
usual price, 20c can;.
16c
Meat, usual price, 9c;
25c
Larire Quantity nice.
BEXXETT'S
CAXD1E9
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Special Price Rock
Candy, assorted,
pound ..... 10
2$
t . .-"ku' " ..,. arv. .......
THE ACCOUNTS
not only of Individuals, Firms
and Corporations, but of Banks
and Bankers, guaranteeing
promptness, courtesy and safety
with each transaction.
Having ample funds and every
facility for handling accounts
large and small, a checking ac
count . with this conservative
bank will be found profitable.
Our Deposits-$10,657,711.
Our Resources $11,892,775.
First National Bank
OMAHA. NEB.
BAILEY MACII
DENTISTS x
Thirsi Floor, Paxlorv Block
Highest Grade Dentistry
HOTELS.
rVVhen in Chicago
otop at The
Stiaaord Hotel
European Plan
Reflotd. Flea-ant. Quiet. Located cor
ner of city s two finest boulevards,
convenient to entire business center.
Clots to betl theatres and shopping
district, tiS rooms, 150 private baths;
luxurious writing and reception rooms;
woodwork mahiiKanf throughout; brass
beds sod all modern comtorts; telephone
In every room; beautiful dining rooms"
the best of everything at moderate prk.es.
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Michigan and Jackson Blvda. Chicago
PARK HOTEL ftSEVKjlS;
F radically fireproof. Uurlng the put
summer entirely refitted and decorated;
hot and cold running water in every room.
American and Kumpean plan.
J. B. MJlTXm; Lessee aad ataaagsi. '
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DepS. I THE RELIABLE TR J f0(jr
OUR FAMOUS HOURLY SALES
Are features which always attract the crowds for values ar
always beyond comparison the best to be found. TUESDAY'S
HOUR SPECIALS SURPASS ALL previous attempts at hout j
sale bargain giving. Come Early. Bring This List With You.
In Bargain Room
Ho sure and attend our famous Hourly Sales, the greatest bargains thai
tva ever given for one hour in Omaha's Greatest Bargain I loom.
FROM 8 TILL 0 A. M. Men's and
Roys' Shirts, including Cheviots, fine
Jerseys and wool flannels, In both
light and dark colors, worth Or.
up to fl.OO, at, choice eC
FROM 0 TILL 10 A. M. l.V Fast
Mark Hose, all sizes for men, wo
men and children, good heavy
weights, at, pair
5c
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M. Heavy Win
ter Vnderwcor for men, women and
children, all sizes, values up
to SOc, a, per garment. . . .
15c
FROM 11 A. M. TILL 12 M. Men's
Fancy Silk Web Suspenders, put up
one pair in a box, worth to f ff
60c a pair, at, choice IDC
FROM 2 TILL 3 P. M. $1.50 Muslin
rnderokirtH, cut extra full and with
deep lace or embroidery
flounce, at, choice
69c
FROM 8 TILL 4 P. M. Ladles' Mus
lin Drawers, trimmed with lace em
broidery and cluster of tucks, regu
lar values up to 75c, at per Q
garment
FROM 4 TILL 5 P. M. Ladles' Cor
set Covers, worth up to 75c, made of
fine cambric and nainsooks, lace and
embroidery trimmed front
and back, at, choice
19c
Wool Dress Goods Sale
Be sure and attend our famous Wool Dress Goods Hale In onr Main Dress
Goods Department. . ,
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M. We will
sell 60 pieces of $1.00 and $1.25
all wool gray Plaids, 60, 62, and 54
ins, wide, only one pattern to , 70
. a customer,' at, yard D0C
The Greatest of Ml Pure Food Depts.
Read our price and compare with what
you are paying for the same quality of
goods elsewhere. v
21 lbs. best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar
for SI. 00
10 bars best brands Laundry Soap.... 85a
The best Hand Picked Navy Beans, per
' ppund ' BVto
The best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal, pr
pound SV40
The best Pearl Tapioca or Sago, lb.., 7140
The best Pearl Barley or Farina, lb... 60
10-lb. sacks best Pure Buckwheat Flour
for 3So
Quart Jars Pure Ohio Maple Syrup ...aso
Bromanirelon. jeuycon or Jeu-o. pkg. two
Oil or Mustard Hardlnes, can 3H0
Quart cans Golden Table Hyrup o
Cold Water Starch, per pkg 3o
Pure Horseradish, per bottle ....so
Gallon can N. O. Molasses J6o
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers,- lb.. So
The best XXXX Ginger Snaps, lb. .....Bo
Egg-O-See Breakfast Food, pkg Tio
2-lb. cans best Soo City Sugar Corn for 5o
FIJI
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Illinois Central Railroad
Double daily service from Omaha. Winter Tourist tickets on tale
daily to resorts In the south; also Homeseekers' tickets to points in the
south and southeast, 1st and 3d Tuesdays.
MARDI GRAS AT NEW ORLEANS
Tickets on sale February 6th to 10th, good returning until lCta
with privilege of extending until March 2d, on payment of 60 cent.
LOW RATES TO HAVANA, CUBA
Steamship "Momus" leaves New Orleans every Saturday at 1 p. m.
Direct connections made with "Cuban Special" in Chicago, landing
passengers and baggage at the boat side for each sailing.
Send for finely illustrated literature on Cuba and Florida; also for
booklet, entitled "New Orleans for the Tourist."
Tickets and information at City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam St.,
Omaha.
S. NORTH, District Passenger Agent.
HOTELS.
Pie
m WCTOM
Broadway. Filth Ave.
Is a modern, Bret-class hotal. In the eon.
ter of the shopping district. Complete la
all Its appointments and absolutely fire-
rroof. Furnishings and decorations an
irely new throughout. Accommodations
for tOO guests: U0 suites with bath. Hot
and oold water and telephone In every
room. European plan. Cuisine unex
celled. Rooms f 1 60 a day up, with batd
12 (0 up. The only hotel In Manhattan
fronting both on Broadway and Fifth Ave.
GEORGE W. IWBBNBT FroprletM
LAFAYETTE
EVERY PUFF A
QUALITY T1IK UKKT
Fs & lUce XUrcavutila Cigar
FROM 8:80 TILL 0:30 A. M. W
will sell 7 He 8 He and 10c Outing
Flannrl, Teazeldown etc., not over
12 yards to a customer, at,
per yard
2ic
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M. We will sell
100 dozen Turkish Towels and Huck
a-back Towels, regular S'c, 10
and 12 He goods, bleached and un-
- bleached, some slightly soiled, not
over three pairs to a cus
tomer, at, each
4?c
FROM 11:30 TILL 12:30 A. M. We
will sell double fold gray Beige)
Dress Goods, extra nice styles, extra
good quality, regular 12 He, goods.
only ten yards to a Customer,
at, per yard
3ic
FROM 1 TILL 2 P. M. We will sell
100 bolts of White Goods, Nainsooks
("hooks. Dimity Checks. Long Oloth.
Piques, Welts, etc.. In lengths from 3
to 12 yards, (roods that sell rli -from
10c to 25c a yard, not f .t.
over 12 yds. to a customer at..... 4,-
FROM 2:30 TILL 8:80 P. M. W
will sell SO doien extra large Towels,
regular 15c. l'.tc and 26c goods, both
Turkish and Huck-a-back, and rtj.
all linen Towels, not over S ZaC
pair tf a euntomer. at. each 4
FROM 4 TILL 5 P. M. We will sell
100 pieces of 86-1nch Percales, extr.i
fine style, extra fine cloth, regular 10
and 12 He goods, not over ten ,
yards to a customer, at, 7aC
per yard....
FROM 2:80 TILL 8:30 P. M-W
will sell 60 pieces of Mohair, reg
ular 59c grade, not over eight yards
to a customer.
Btomer, at, per 2SC
yard
2-lb. cans Victory Wax, String or Lima
Deans TWO
S-lh. cans solid packed Tomatoes .... SVo
Fancy California Prunes, lb 40
Fancy California Pried Grapes, lb....7V40
Fancy Culifornla Seeded Raisins, lb..o
Fancy California Mulr reaches. lb..I9ViO
Fancy Cleaned Currants, pkg ......... loo
Fancy Ktitded Raisins, per pkg To
1 -lb. pko;. Condensed Mince Meat....So
Fancy Santos Coffee, lb...... loo
Fancy B. F. or Sun Dried Japan Ten,
per lb Boo
Fancy Tea Slftinirs, lb 180
war pat voBi tom Totrm tkxsk
VEGETABLES AND PKUITST
Fresh spinach, per peck .100
Fresh Cucumbers, each ............. .So
Large heads Cabbage, each So
Beets, Turnips, Carrots, Rutabagas, Pars-
nips or Onions, pound lo
Two heads fresh Lettuce ...... ...... .So
Two bunches fresh Radishes . So
Extra fancy large Highland Navel Orn-
ges, per dozen BSa
Fancy Fard Dates, per pound ......... lOo
fo)fo)fn)
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CUBA, FLORIDA AND
NEW ORLEANS
Via ;
and 27th SL, New York
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