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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, AHtlL 16, 1907.
HINTS FOR EVENING COWSS
ritphtnrai MotHgelinei and Chiffom Papa
lar but Not Praoticabla.
MORE STUBSTANTIAL STUFFS MUCH USE8
pordrred Materials at Sheer Silk?
Class OrrKIr Llktl-Ura
of Bodice aad
For evening wear the most diaphanous of
rnouesellnc and chiffons are appropriate,
but more serviceable evening frocks are by
bo means wanting;. Lingerie frocks of
finest batiste exquisitely embroidered and
lace trimmed are among the evening frocka
for summer wear, and few things are ns
charming for the purpose; but the really
successful lingerie frock Is a more expen
sive thing than the ordinary evening frock,
nd as It Is usually quite outside of the
province of the laundress, the problem of
ml fit ! Si t m 18
A, GOWN OF "ROSE DE CHINE" TAFFETA AND VALENCIENNES, AN EM
. PJRE ,FH(OK OF- I'LNK MOl'SSELINH 1)K SOIE AND LACE AND ROES
"AND A . 1'OMPADOt'R COSTUME OF FLOWERED BILK AND NET.
keeping it fresh and clean Is as serious as
though It were of sheer silken stuff.
Nothing could be prettier for the Informal
summer evening frock than one of the one.
piece gowns of batiste - r mull trimmed
la multitudes of tiny tucks and countless
rows of Inset Valenciennes Insertion. These
are made upon the simplest lines, cut
lightly low at the neck and finished at
Beck and sleeves by frills of narrow Val
enciennes, b'lt worn over a china silk slip
nd by 'a pretty girl the deceitfully simple
little frocks tire ' altottet her delightful. Of
the more ornate lingerie frocka rich In hand
embroidery we have already spoken, but
these are made up for day wear more than
For hard service evening use a chiffon
taffeta of very simple quality Is an excel
lent thing and warranted to keep Its fresh
ness and shapeliness even In seashore
dampness or evening dews. By putting
enough . laoe chiffon or tulle about the
bodice the heavy effect, which Is taffeta's
chief reproach in the sphere of evening
frock, can be done away with; and now
that the fine taffetas are so thin and soft
even that device is hardly necessary.
One of the evening frocks sketched for
. the group was of taffeta and was re
markably successful. The color was a
lovely rose petal pink, and the lines of the
model, though simple, wt; admirable.
The skirt has a petticoat of Valenciennes,
the oversklrt being finished at the edge by
lines of very narrow pink and gold galloon
and narrow plHltlngs of the pink taffeta.
Similar trimming edges the round neck of
the bodice, whk'h Is cut quite. low in front
to show a tucker of vulenclennes. Bleeves
and bodice are cut in one, with armholee
runnlug down quite to the girdle.
Not so practical, yet calculated, to stand
considerable havd wear, was the evening
frock, with skirt of net and coal of pompa
dour silk bordered by tiny galloon of black
and 'cold. The arrangement of the ribbon
and rose trimming upon the skirt of this
model1 was very effective, the blue of the
ribbon and the pink of the tiny roses echo
ing the coloring of the pompadour design,
while the net and the ground of the silk
Bordered materials of the sheer silky
class are greatly liked for evening wear
and many of these obtain their effects In
the simplest of ways. The skirt Is full and
plain, with the exquisite border at bottom
for its only trimming.
The b,dice opens In a V to the girdle
frout and back, with the border outlining
the V. The stuff is usually draped on the
shoulder and drawn softly to the girdle,
and this shoulder drapery Is likely to extend
out over a soft puff sleeve and to show a
bordered edge. The bodice V, front and
back, la filled In with net. lace or tulle.
The little short sleeves are perhaps of
the same material. There Is a girdle which
repeats the coloring In the border, and there
Is a frock not t o subtle for the ordinary
dressmaker's ability. If she be at all clever,
yet immensely effective.
Often a line of plain color satin or silk
borders the bodice V and appears upon the
other borders of the frock, and occasionally
this line Is of black, contrasting sharply
ytt attractively with the delicate tinting
of the material. Hems of plain black silk
mouskellne ars set on the colored borders
with Irregular lines of handsome lace and
finishing all the borders of the frock.
Tha surplice or V shape corsage lines are
H. - TTTFa r mt It gtty t home 01
extremely popular both In deoollette frocks
and In high necked frocks and one of the
marked details of the season's modes Is
the tendency to duplicate bodice front
lines In the back of the bodice. The bodice
material Is cut down as low In the back as
In front and filled In, as Is the front, with
contrasting material, though of course Tat
bark lines are maintained.
For example, the charming French frock
of rose silk moussellne pictured In the
central sketch has surplice folds front and
back, the V opening almost to the girdle
and filled In by a fine lace tucker. The
management of this surplice drapery with
Its frills of lace and tiny roses Is an orig
inal detail and, like drapery, trims the skirt
The plain crepes snd thin silks are offered
In wonderfully beautiful qualities and col
orings and are available for evening frocks,
both lovely and serviceable, and the nets
are legion. Borne very attractive French
dancing frocks which have been brought
over by Importers ars In rather coarse silk
ftlet net of pale tints, trimmed In ftiet
lace bands of the same tint as the net and
In frllla of some fine cream lace, such as
Valenciennes. Lines and knots of taJfeta
or liberty and a girdle of the same are
added trimming. '
Pretty frocks of crepe do chine are made
with full skirt finished simply by tucks at
the bottom. Draped pieces of the crepe
pass in bretelle fashion over the shoulders
and to the girdle In front and back.
A decollette blouse of cream net and lace
or mouHsellne and lace Is under the bre
telle drapery and the short pult sleeves
are of the blouse material. This model
carried out In pearly gray crepe de chlno
over a creamy blouse of Valenciennes frills
and with a girdle and sleeve knots of soft
yellow panne Is as charming as It Is un
assuming. I'se of Oae-Toaed Stripes.
One-tone striped materials In sntin and
game, crepe de chine . and chiffon, silk
moussellne and marquisette and other com
binations make modish evening frocks, and
the stripe Idea la In evidence throughout
the whole range of materials, though the
Peking stripes are less popular than they
were lest season and the preference Is
given to one-tone striping. Among the
tine linens and tolles de sole (silk linens)
some very attractive Peking effects are
shown, however, and several of the great
eat Parisian dressmakers have taken up
certain handsome tclles de sole with
stripes fully three Inches In width. '
Worth, for instance, has an especially
successful model in tolle de sole, which
shows alternating three-Inch stripes of
white and light blue. The skirt Is so plaited
that around waist and hips it appears to
be all blue, and upon the front of the
skirt box plaits are stitched down so far
that the whole aklrt front effect 1 light
blue. At the sides, however, below the
hips the plaits flare to show the broad
Little buttons and loops of blue are set
down each side of the skirt front, osten
sibly holding the box plaits together. The
surplice bodice, with the Inevitable kimono
sleeve. Is so draped to match the skirt
that little of the white shows In the sur
plice . folds, but broad white stripes run
around tha wide sleeves above the hem
Buttons and loops hold box plaits on
each aide of the front and the V opening
la filled In by folds of open work batiste
embroidery and a sheer gulrape of Valen
ciennes. The model would be a good one
even for plain material and Is excessively
chic In the stripe.
Oasahans oa tha Riviera.
Florida coast was not the popular resort
for Omaha people this winter as It has been
for level al seasons past. Instead Europe
seemed to be their object point. Only a
few days ago a letter was received from
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Diets telling of the
various Omaha people they met while In
Florence not long ago. Among them were:
Mrs. J. J. Dickey and daughter, Miss
Bertha Dickey, Miss Helen Scoble, Mrs.
Bertha Offutl and two sons, Mrs. Flora
Voss, Miss Helen Hlbbard, Mrs. Helrn-
baugh, Mrs. Bradford. Mrs. Monell, Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield and Mr. Frank
Hamilton. Among others who will leave
soon for a trip abroad are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Kouatae. Mr. and Mrs. Herman D.
Kountse of New York ere among tij re
cent arrivals en the other side. Mrs.
Kountse was Mlas Clara Palmer of Omaha,
Or it it inclined to run awayi boo't
punish it with t cruel brush and combt
But Just ask ytur doctor if Ajrer'g Hair
Vigor, new improved formula, won't
make it stay at noma oa your head, Just
what bo aaya.
WORK OF THE CLUB WOMEN
Local Orraniistisoi Fraparinc to Adjourn
CMAH. WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
All Former Incarabents Returned for
Second Term Interesting Farts
Coseerslsg Women Presented
at Industrial Exhibit.
The secretary did most of the work at
Monday afternoon's meeting of the Omaha
Woman's club, when for one officer after
another she cast the unanimous ballot of
the club for re-sleetlon. Mrs. Draper Bmlth,
first vice president, was the one exception,
she declining re-election, and Mrs. J. IL
Dumont was elected In her place. Mrs.
Bmlth declined on the ground that It was
unwise to have the terms of the executive
committee expire at one time, as they do
where the entire commute Is re-elected
for a second term. The first desire of the
club was demonstrated when Mrs. A. B
Bomers' name was placed In nomination
for re-election to the presidency. A motion
was made that the secretary be instructed
to cast the ballot for the club. In a moment
a score or more members were on their
feet seconding the motion, while the re
mainder of the gathering applauded vig
orously. One after another, with the ex
ception of Mrs. Smith, the other officers
weie returned to a second term, Mrs. A. L.
8heetx as second vice president, Mrs. D. M.
Cameron as recording secretary, Mrs. W.
II. Hancock as corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. J. W. Aiken as treasurer. The
assistant treasurer is appointed by the
treasurer and the appointment confirmed
by the executive.
The following chairmen of standing com
mlttees were also elected: Auditing com
mittee, Mrs. C. E. Sumner; constitution;
Mrs. W. P. Harford; courtesies, Mrs. Ralph
Elliott: house and home, Mrs. Henry Mac
Donald. Mrs. Oeorge Tllden. Mrs. H. P.
Hamilton and Miss Bamantha R. Davis
were elected members of the library com
mittee and Mrs. B. A. Collins, Mrs. C. W.
Hayes, Mrs. C. B. Coon, Mrs, M. J. Mat
thews and Mrs. Oeorge Bonner members of
the membership committee.
Leelare to Be Aided.
After the election the club decided to co
operate with Superintendent Davidson and
the teachers In bringing Dr. F. H. Clarke
of the department of public speaking of the
University of Chicago to Omaha some time
in the fall. He will be secured for two
lectures on some phase of the educational
value of literature.
A change In the date of the lecture on
forestry by Enos Mills, from April 24 to
Tuesday evening, April 23, was announced.
An informal reception will follow the ad
dress. Following the business hour. Judge
Slabaugh addressed the club on the publlo
playground and the work of tho Clvto
Improvement league and Invited the women
to attend the distribution of seeds to bo
made at Mitchell chapel, Just east of the
Union station, Wednesday afternoon at
Women la Industry.
Among the most Interesting chart Il
lustrations at the recent Industrial exhibit
at Chicago concerned the domestic service
question and following are some of the
curious, but little-known facts brought out:
One out of every fifteen women in Mas
sachusetts does housework for pay. Out
of the women in tne aimsnouses or the
United States, who were formerly wage
earners, 78 per cent were domestic ser
vants, while only 4 per cent were dress
makers or seamstresses, and only S per
cent mill or factory operators.
The Domestic Reform league last year
had applications from 10.400 employers
wanting help, and from only 4,200 servants
wanting places. The excess or demand
over supply may re in pari accouniea ror
by another chart, showing the comparative
hours of labor. In shops and factories.
Women's work Is limited by law to flfty-
lght hours a week. Investigation showed
that tile average noura per wee ror gen
eral housework girls were eighty-three
hours and twenty minutes; ofr cooks.
eighty-six hours, and for second girls
eighty-nine hours and thirty minutes.
Some Farther Facts.
The Women's Trade Union league of
Massachusetts furnished another of the
Interesting series of charts. One showed
the number of trade disputes settled by
arabltratlon, through the efforts of the
unions, without a strike. In some of the
best organlxed trades there has not been a
strike for years. The educational effect of
the unions was also shown, and their Im
portant work In bringing Immigrants of
varied nationalities Into mutual sympathy,
and co-operation. Thus tha English,
Scotch, French and Spanish lace-makers
have an International trade-union card ad
mitting the members of the foreign unions
to those In America when they come here
as immigrants. So have the Norwegian.
Danish, Swedish, German, Dutch, Swiss,
Italian, Austrian and Hungarian brick
layers. One graphic chart showed the nation
alities of the women employed In our tex
tile industries, and the change going on
year by year; the Englishwoman (dressed
In red) growing smaller and smaller; the
Irishwoman (in green) growing first larger
and then smaller; the French Canadian (in
blue) swelling to huge proportions, and
then beginning to lessen, with the - Portu
guese, Italian, Polish, Russian, Greek,
Syrian and Armenian women coming up In
Several departments of the Omaha
Woman's club will hold their last meeting
and elect officers for the coming year this
week. The musical department will give
a brief program Thursday at 1:30, followed
by an Informal social hour. The current
topics department will meet Tuesday af
ternoon at t o'clock. The household
economics department will hold Its last
meeting Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
and the American history department
will hold Its final meeting for the year
Tuesday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock In the
Ths new constitution of Oklahoma es
pecially provides that a woman may be
chairman of ths stats board of oharltles
Feaclas For Development.
There Is no better exercise for all around
development of women than fencing-, but
women generally are only beginning to
realise Its possibilities. Sufferers from poor
circulation, narrow chests, obealty or
scrawny arms and necks and stooped
shoulders consult the "beauty" and other
specialists regularly, diet and take freak
exercise and with only half satisfactory
r-aults. seucmg is ns of ths exercises
that may be Indulged In without any risk.
Ths beginner readily rsoognlsed bar prog
ress and Its competitive feature lends the
art a fascination that relieves It of any
monotony or drudgery. What fencing will
do for a woman may be readily determined
by systematic muscular measurement. It
calls Into play every muscle of the body
which, combined with the mental alertness.
Is Ideal development. Its value is especi
ally recognised by actresses and elocution
ists and practically all of them ars accom
plished In the use of the folia.
IS an excellent model
for well developed
figures. Iti closely
Stitched front subdues
snd roundi the figure
into graceful line.
Made of white im
orted coutil. Trim--jed
across top with
lace and ribbon. Hoie
supporters at front and
Sizea 19 to 36,
WILL fit any slen
der or average
figure. Long above
the waist which it de
fines very distinctly,
showing a perfectly
straight line down the
front of the figure.
Made of white and
Jrab coutil Trimmed
with lace and ribbon.
Hose supporters front
Sizes 18 to 30.
FOR v.eil develop
ed figures, is a
reverse gore model.
The gore lines run
backwards, a construc
tion which restrains
' undue development be
low the back. Medium
high bust, long hips
and extra long back.
Made of an excellent
quality of white coutil,
elaborately trimmed with lace
and ribbon. Hose supporters
front and aides.
Sizes 19 to 30.
POLICE BOARD ORGANIZES
Goea Blow at Iti First Mtetinc and Taokles
Bathinc bat Routine Easiness.
POINTERS OH SUNDAY CLOSING MATTER
So Action Takes bat Remarks which
Are Dropped Indicate the Lid
Will Remain Down Possibly
TtsThter Than Ever.
The new Board of Fire and Police com
missioners appointed by Governor Sheldon
for the city of Omaha, composed of John
I Kennedy, Robert Cowell, E. C. Pagj
and W. M. Oilier, held Its Initial meeting
Monday evening in the board rooms at the
city hall, with all members present and
Mayor Dahlman In the chair. P-uslness
began with perfecting the organisation, Mr.
Kennedy being elected chairman pro tenj,
Mr. Page secretary and Mr. Cowell assist
ant secretary, to act in the absence of Mr.
Page. The board was then ready to wade
Into the mass of business that had accumu
lated since the last meeting of the old
board, but it was rather slow going until
the ropes were learned.
There was a goodly crowd present to wit
ness the opening meeting, and many were
curious to glean some idea of the probable
attitude of the new commissioners In cer
tain directions, but there was little in the
proceedings to show which way the wind
la to blow. There was noticeable among
ths members, however, particular Interest
when the matter of the sale of liquor on
Sundays arose and an Interchange of laugh
ing remarks, even before the license board
The subject came up when the new ordi
nance on the sale of liquors by drug stores
was read, and Chief of Police Donahue
was asked a number of questions regarding
the situation In Omaha, as affected by the
Slocumb law and the efforts toward Its en
forcement. The chief Informed the board
that druggists had been arrested for sell
ing liquor on Sunday, but all released who
pleaded not guilty: that clubs sell liquor
to members at any time. and. the chief
added, "I suppose the resort houses do."
Attltad on Sanaa? Closing;.
"Tou suppose they do. I suppose that
can be got at said Mr. Kennedy, laugh
ing, the whole room following suit.
"Tea" answered the chief In the same
! a3 become an established
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
it the best food for growing
children, invalids and the aged.
It is made from the whole wheat
berry, celery infused, so making
it the food for all classes, as it
feeds the blood, the nerves, and
prevents constipation. n
IO cento a package.
Far Sale by all cWeera
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P" m I' U UIS. WW
W 1 I I Wil l ' II III
The W.B.Reduso Corset
IS a boon for large women the ideal garment for over
developed figures requiring special restraint. It not only
restrains the tendency to over-Bethineu, but it moulds
the over-developed proportions into those pleating, graceful
outlines, hitherto thought to be attainable only by slighter
figures. The particular feature of this model it the apron
over the abdomen and hips, boned in such a manner aa to
give the wearer absolute freedom of movement.
Reduso Style 750 for tall wtll-JeoelopcJ
figunt. Made of a durable coutil in white or drab. Mote
supporters front snd tides.
figunt. Msde of white and
front and side. Sizea 24
5 77-1 Broadway
vein, "I guess that can be ascertained
The evidence of good cheer and friendly
feeling continued after this sally. wv"n Mr.
Page remarked with the same Jocularity
"Maybe It is the pleasure of this board
that it be ascertained. At least it Is mine."
These were the only remarks which could
be construed to display the position of any
member of the board, but that all took a
lively interest in the subject of the sale
of liquor on Sunday were plainly manifest
when, following the reading of the drug
store ordinance and reports by Chief Dona
hue of arrests made under the Slocumb
liw, lengthy discussions were held aa to
what the law really provides, and the mem
bers expressed their intention of reading up
on all matters pertaining to liquor selling.
The usual routine business was gone
through carefully. Several applications
from firemen for annual leave were granted
and sick benefits from both firemen's and
policemen's relief funds approved. The
matter of allowing the monthly bills was
held over until ths next meeting.
Beasts Park Wants Patrol Boxes.
A communication from Bemls park resi
dents was read In which the board was re
quested to place two patrol boxes In the
district for the use of a private watchman
recently secured and paid for by the resi
dents, and this brought up the matter of
renewing the alarm system contract with
the Nebraska Telephone company, which
expires June 1. The annual charge of
$5,000, with extra charge for additional in
struments, and $12t each, for Installing new
alarm boxes, seemed excessive to some of
the members, and Commissioners Kennedy
and Page were appointed a committee to
Investigate the new five-year contract ten
dered by the telephone company and re
port at the next meeting. The boxea for
Bemls park will then be passed upon.
An application for a saloon license for
2572 Leavenworth was at first rejected on
the ground that the policy of the old board
to grant no new -licenses will, be followed
by the new body, but upon the representa
tion of a member of the Krug Brewing
company, who sought the license for Hans
P. Hanson, that it Is an old location. Com
missioners Cowell and Oilier were appointed
a committee to Investigate the place.
The charges against Patrolman E. R.
Smith, under suspension, of having struck
a woman, came up for hearing, but on the
request of Smith was postponed one week
In order that he might have his witnesses
NEW COUNCILMAN Tn" HURRY
It. Laats Man Hashes Home la mu
EaTort to taallt for
ST. LOUIS, April 15. Albert B. Lambert,
who was recently sleeted to the city coun
cil, Is speeding home from Pails In order
to qualify and occupy bis seat when the
newly elected body convenes tomorrow.
Hs Is expected to arrive this afternoon.
Mr. Lambert recently went to Paris in the
interests of tha International balloon races
to be held bars In October. While absent
he was elected to ths council. He was
notified of bis election by csblegram and
told that It was necessary for him to be
her by April II to qualify or his election
n.lght, on some technicality, be declared
Tha services over the remains of Mr. Ter
enos Brady will be held Wednesday morn
ing at I 30 o'clock. Instead of Tuesday, as
Size22to36. Price, 93.
760 for tbort uxlLdntlottJ
drab coutil. Hote supporters
to 36. Price. 83.
SCHOOL BOARD WANTS LIGHT
Asia its Attorney far Interpretation of the
Child labor Law.
OBJECTION TO PAY ENTERTAINMENTS
Trnant Officer Parker Iteslsrns and
Board Adopts Resolution Thank
ing: Hlra for His Services Dar
ing; the I-n Klve Tears.
During last evening's meeting of the
Board of Education Member McCafrue of
fered a resolution directing C. E. Herring,
attorney for the board, to submit at an
early date an interpretation of the new
child labor law, the Interpretation to em
body these points In particular: First, gen
eral scope of the law; second, its applica
tion to general powers and duties of the
Board of Education; third, application and
relation to the truant officer law; fouith,
duties and limitations of the board undVr
the new law. Mr. McCague explained that
there had been some question raised as to
the responsibilities of the board under the
provisions of this new law. The resolution
A personal request from a civil war cap
tain to give entertainments In the public
j'-hnols, with a stipulated sum for himself
and the children to sell the tickets, brought
out a short discussion on the general ques
tion of permitting pay entertainments of
any character In public schools. Member
Lindsay led in opposing the permission of
any entertainments to which an admission
fee is charged and offered a resolution to
this effect, but later withdrew the resolu
tion on the suggestion that the board take
up each Instance on Its merits. Member
Maynard then made a motion, which car.
rled, that the entertainment under con
sideration be not allowed In the schools.
Mr. Lindsay declared In vigorous terms
t lili t :
IS a corset fof
ures. Has me
dium bust and
long hip. Made
of white and
on front and
across top with
lace and ribbon.
Sizes 18 to 30.
S an excellent
model fur average
the garment fit at all
the slenderness of the
waist line. Bust
moderately high, hips
r'Vong. Made of
f)uncu luuui 111
med with lace and
ribbon. Hose sup
porters front and sides
Sizes 18 to 30.
mcn Price, $2.00
S a splendid
corset for me
pleasingly f r e t
from any bulky
effect common to
of this type. Me
dium high bust
and deep hip, end
ing In an unboned apron
extension. Made of white
and drab coutil. Hose sup
porters front and sides.
Trimmed with lace and
Sizes 19 to 30.
that most of these pay entertainments In
public schools were not wiso. In that the
children frequently met unwilling buyer
who would not resist the entreaties of a
Trnant Officer Realms.
The resignation of William Parker as
truant officer was accepted and the ap
plication of A. S. Voshurgh for the po
sition referred to committee on special In
struction. Mr. Parker served five years
ns truant officer and has accepted the posi
tion as membership secretary of the Young
Men's Chrlstinn association. On the sug
gestion of Member Rice the members gave
Mr. Parker a rising vote of thanks for
what was termed his efficient services as
' The officers of George Crook post No. 262,
Orand Army of the Republic, extended the
byurd an invitation to attend the Memorial
day exercises and asked that the High
school cadets and band participate In ths
program. This was accepted.
The resignation of Miss Pearle Lester as
teacher In the Walnut Hill school was
C. H. Fuller, whose eye was Injured some
time ago while working In the high school,
was allowed $150 salary and his servtoea
continued aa an employe.
Superintendent Davidson brought up tho
matter of Arbor day, April 22. The board
voted to close the schools on the afternoon
of that day. Tree planting exercises will
be held at the various schools on the morn
ing of Arbor day In accordance with cus
tom. Stage Robbery Story Healed.
HELENA. Mont.. April 15-Thnt theZort
rrmn htiiRe was rutiheu of X2?, by a lone
highwayman last nlKht Is authoritatively
denied by offUinls In this city of the mining
company to which It mas said tho money
wkh Ik'Iiik shipped. U. D. I'hllllps of Huletka
Ih the ownt r of the only mine of conse
quence In that section, and his representa
tives stated today that their monthly pay
roll of t was met with checks. The Btx
may have been robbed, hut the only valu
ables carried must have been consignments
from Malta to cash the checks.
DIAMONDS Frenzer, 15th and Dodga,
MADE ONLY BY
( (TbaOr Own Ptooom) f
It Is transparent so
clear you can read,
It lathers freely In all
kinds of water. For use
In hard water Its strong
Women say there Is
nothing to equal It for
washlug the hair.
Made from the whitest,
Eurest and best vegeta
le oils oils that you
It's twice the size and
less than one-half the
cost of any brand of real
ly good transparent soap.
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