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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: SATURDAY. DKCEMBKIi o. IPOS
ISIOS PACIFIC FOUND GUILTY
"vonTlrted at Salt Lake in Case
THE NEW STORE
Saturday Is a busy day here
and our delivery sstfm la
heavily taxed. b'it e won t
disappoint you We are Just
as arxlcti to make delier
les (is yon are to receive
them, and we'll stay here all
night If necessary. In order
that you may wear your new
clothes on Sunday.
15 EESTBAI5T OF TSADE
fcasa to Mrrrf f Court -Masl.
saaaa Flao of I, ( an4
Tear In Jail.
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES.
At,T LAKE CITT. Utah. Tc. 4
OuUty" the verdict of th Jury In
tha Vol ted 8tat district court before
which tha I'nlon Pacific railway, the 1'n'on
Pacific Coal fnrnjwny. the Or run Short
Una. EVrett Buckingham and J. M. Moore
haw been tried f"r conspiring In restraint
ef tntertHate commerce and thereby vio
lating the lawa of the United Plates.
The defendants were Inflicted two years
ago aftr tt had been shown to the satis
faction f the grand Jury that Mr. Moore,
tha a lea aa-ent of the coal company, with
tha assistance of Mr. Buckingham, then
traffic manager of the Phort Line. 1 al
cut off tho auprly of Wyoming coal going
to Dartd J. Bharp. a Salt Lake City
fool dealer, because Sharp advertised coal
below the prevailing- price. This action, it
waa alleged, dror-e Sharp out of business.
The trial haa been In progress for three
days. Mr. Moore attempted to assume all
reeponalbtllty for the measures taken
against Sharp. lie aald that a low rate
had been granted ao that dealers would
be Induced to atore large quantities of coil
during the Bummer, and that Sharp's ac
tion tended to defeat the purpose of tho
Varloua railway officials also testified
that "Moore alone u responsible for the
discrimination against the Salt Lake coal
The eloatng arruments were made hy
District Attorney It. E. Booth and by Jus
tice Varlan for the defense, A,fter four
houra" deliberation the Jury reported Its
flndlng-a and recommended Mr. Buckingham
to the mercy of the court. The maximum
ftne Is n.'") and a year In Jail.
The sentence was postponed pending the
result of an appeal to the United Suites
court of appeals.
PRIZES FOR BOYS' EXHIBITS
Awarii Made at Corn Show at
. TECUM 3EII, Neb., Dec 4. (Special.)
I Tho exhibits made at the boys' anil girls'
t orn and industrial content. In connection
lwlth the Johnson County Farmers' Insti
tute, are the best ever made. The award
ing: of premluma was on Thursday. Prof.
Mootfotnerr of the state university Judged
the corn, Mies Lula B. Wolford. also of the
university. Judged the cooking- and the
manual training, and Mesdarr.es C. V.
Ramsey and C. E. Hill of Tecumseh were
the Judges In the sewing clasa. The awards
were as follows:
Class A Corn. (Grown from seed fur
nished by the county superintendent.
Flrat. Oofge While; second. Sam White
head; third. Harold Lrns: ; fourth. Harry
Borady: fifth, Kugvne Imrnbaueh; sixth.
iAike Dambaiigh: seventh, Lon Uraf; i
eighth, J. O. Ballard. j
Beet Selection of Corn First. Nellie Graf;
second, W lllls Phillips; third. Joe Phillips;
fourth, Ezra BtK-hler; fifth. HasW Brown.
largest Far of Corn First. Everett Phil-
line: second, Nellie Liphardt: third. Glen
Beat Ear of Corn First. Homer Phillips:
second. Nellie Liphardt; third, Jennie
Best Popcorn First (exhibitor failed to
leave naraei: second, William Weber.
largest Variety of Corn First. Willis
PMlllps; second, Floyd Ernst; third. Jennie
Beat Sweet Corn First. Jennie . Young-
. Clufl B Cooking. Corn bread First,
Pelma BiseDtraut; second, NVtn Anderson;
third. Belle Peek.
White Bread First. Elhel Roselius: sec
ond. Agnea Murphy; third, Nelva Harr ins
ton. Gralwm Bread Firs. Irene , Douglas;
aecon. Francis Lynch: third. Eileen Lynch.
Ltr Cake First. Julia Peek; second,
Dnuglaa; third. Glen Graf.
, Ij'r Cak First. Ren a I Vo little: ec-
onci. wuin miuipe: tmm. Heiie feea.
8ugv Cookie First. Jennie Young: sec
ond. Mary Pentecost: third. Kena Doolitrle.
Ginger Cookies First. Nelle Uphardt:
second, Agnen Murphy: third, Jennie Totirjr
Clasa C Sewing. Aprons First. Nellie
liphardt: second, Mary Cawley; third
pillow Covers Firs. Vloli Gandee; sec-
Collection Needle Work r1rt. Agns
Murphy: second, Frieda Trill; third, Nellie
1, Beat Exhibit of Patching First. Agnes
r a . . . .. . - T . . 1 T I . I . .ta T-ii.
Ret DoH's 0tum First, Agni Bulla;
M UZWr-Ziii. .-V.n v'-.t II .Mil-a
u mil: ill .
v mum ii Mmm j ,
WKisiB ituwtfiVk y
second. Neva Anderson; third. Lola
Ytfl .SOLD MORE CLOTHES
During October and November than we expected to sell during the entire
season. We began to feel a shortage in stock. Our clothing buyer hurried
to market. It took some time to find suits and overcoats worthy of a place
in this store. But he found them. Our needs were so urgent we didn't wait
for freight. Last Saturday over 1,000 garments came by express. More on
Monday speaks pretty well for a store when it has to hurry, worry and scurry
to find "Quality Garments" for its patrons in mid-season when most stores
are looking for job-lots to sell at a seemingly low price.
Our patrons want "Quality" we want them to have it and spare no pains
to give it to them. If you want quality you want to get in touch with a
While we have plenty of conservative styles and colors
to suit any tate we haven't. limited our assortment to
staples by any means. Besides Blacks we've Browns,
Modes, Greys, Greens and many color combinations
every style is this Fall's newest no old ones. Then, too!
We've double the assortment of Auto Coats of any store
in town, all are sold at a decided saving.
SIO XO $50
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES
Young men usually demand suits and overcoats cut along
different lines from those for older men, although some pre
fer very conservative styles and colors. We've got them.
Our great assortment has been a source of amazement to all
who have looked at our suits and overcoats.
S7.SO TO S2S
If you want a suit of quality a suit stylih yet moder
ately priced want to select it from a stock that is all
fresh and make your selection amid comforts and con
veniences which no other store affords, you should come
direct to this store where quality shakes hands with econ
omy to the profit of our patrons.
SIO XO S40
Are shown in the most convenient and best equipjxd juv
enile Department in the country. Economical parents find
here an ideal department containing only the best Children's
Suits in a bewildering variety of styles, colors and fabrics
with prices always less than ordinary.
$1.50 TO 812
Speaking of Furnishing Goods why not step into the
greatest Haberdashery Dept. in the west and leisurely
look at the best there is in Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery,
etc. Lots of swell Manhattan Shirts from $1.50 to $2.50
and a variety of Neckwear at 50c that you won't find in
That we sell are characterized by a more than average
amount of style, made with the same regard for quality that
is manifest in everything we 'sell. You couldn't do better
by your boy than to bring him here for his overcoat.
S2.50 XO S12
Our Shoe Department is proving an attractive place for
men who want to practice economy but still want plenty
of style and service in their footwear. 4.'H) is one of our
most popular prices when you see the shoes you'll not
Boys' Shoes in great variety, too.
MEN'S HATS AND CAPS
We not only claim to sell the best hat in town at the price
you pay, but to give you 'by -far -the largest selection to
choose from. Prices run from $1 to $t. ame Jhing is true
of caps, winter caps, my price you want, but it wrVjay vou
I ,,M ..4
to see those we sell at
"OUR MONEY-BACK" GUARANTEE IS WORKING EVERY DAY.
Class I Manual Training. First. IJoyd
Hurhutt: second, S- !nit Kwntraut; third.
A portion the coin ajid considerable of
the conking will he shipped to i rniftha for
exhibit! n at the national corn show.
1 SATURDAY SPECIAL
The Vulcan Bread Toaster
makes Four Pieces of toast
in Two Minutes and can be
nstd on any stove.
Flics SATURDAY, EACH, 35:
Miller, Stewart & Beaton
413-15-17 Sb. 16th St.
j haraed nlth Robblaar Mall.
I ERA TRICK, Neb.. Dv. 4 (Special Tele
j Rram.i Inspector Henry Ran.lall cT Kan-
s.18 City today filed a complaint before
I'll. .ed Slates Commissioner Cobb-y chars
j Itig Williaw Kelle, in Jail here, with steal
' Itig a mall pojcli from a car at Grand
Island October 1. Kelley was arrestt-d
here lat week with James King and rat
I rh k Murphy, w ho were jriven a thirty-day
I Jail sentence for stealing goods f.om a
sire at Cort:anJ. KelWy Is an elder:y man
i and anrwers the description of a man
! named Walsh, who is wanted for the mail
; pouch robbery at Grand Island. He wiil
i be gven a hearit-g tomorrow.
srarrklas for Klaare.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) Mrs. Belle Jenkins of Valley, Neb.,
a matrimonially Inclined widow, gets the
police to locate W. W. Hudnut, her f:ance,
who, it is alleged, blackened his own
character in fake letter to Induce her to
JOS. F.BILZ' SONS
204 (J. 16th St.
Contrary to report, we are
till In business, and in our new
location we nave a much better,
brighter, larger room than In
our old stand, and we invite
you, one and all. to give us a
rail at our new store, where we
carry a bigger line of
Ka Good. Yarns knit Jacket,
tioblrry, Indemrar, Itaads
Jrwt-la, N.nKlex, Ladle1
and tienfs Furnish
Our specialty for next week
Guaranteed Socks. t i airs guaran
teed to wear 6 months ti pair
for 75c elsewhere 1.0u for t,amt
number of pairs.
Knitting done to order as usual.
We make stockings like mother
used to make.
JOS. F.BILZ' SONS
New LoratioB- SM Xo. 16th Si.
rbruka tm otes.
Xumlw of town and city mortgages filed.
s-ven; amour. t. H.i-Cli Number releaaed,
eignt: amount. H.IJZ.
6ARO r'NT Three hundred head of Caltle
ere put on le.t in the Uraes fitd aJds
at this place lat week.
Number chatt-l mortgages filed, thirty
two; amount. Ilo.sj. Number relras-d.
seventeen: amount, H.H4:i.
BKATRH'lv-Jjl.n J. Schwartx and Mis
Clara A. Barber of this cfty ere married
in Lincoln Wednesday evening.
BEATRICB-M'.r's Tina Hins. died yes
terday at her home in this city of lung
fever, after an loiiess of fourteen days,
fine wa 24 years of age.
KEATR1CK The other night thieves
entered the fTtsNy.enan churih and stole
all the cash in the birthday box. This is
li. e third time t.'.e bov lias been robbed
ill. in the last few years.
BEATRICK-Peter Hai kenberger. living
two miles south of !sston. died yester
day morning aged 53 years. He Is sar
.ed by a widow arid s.x children. He
had lived in that vic;:i:ty for twenty-five
UKATR ICE William Rerenstauch. living
near H.uir. had his 1. f : arm broken In two
places and ii tadly .ut nu bru.se 1
nrniut Ihe b.ly in a. runaway y.sirday.
lie is in a hospital h-re rvriv:rg treat
ment. hKATRK K-The local ord-r cf K:ks will
h'id their annual memorial services in the
1'aJluik op ra hi je Sunday afternoon
Amur C. V.ikeley of fir.iaha past exalted
ruler of the matia, laug . v .,1 deliver the
Table Rk lodce Independ.-nl
Order of 11J Fell . at a remit meeting
. l.-ct. d t.io f. lloa-iiiR . :ti ers tor trie ens i
ii g year. A. N. Y.i. l' i i...t le grand, W.
J Hryson. m. e grand; M H Marble. s-c.
r I it v r'rank IVn-hran. lreaurer.
l'A lftHl'H Y T!e ra Imsy einipuilri Paid
t . . s : i ' o nty Tr.'i surer in.p- n am . un -l
K lO Jl 7 4. if. dl.ied a foil :
Jis-ph 6: Crand Island. 1.444. iC. b irlirg
to:u HM'ludintf I .e Kansas ' ty AV O-natia
hi an.-n. $ '.'. a, ai A the Rok Ia.ar. l -teiii,
UKATKICi: WoH was recen . -d here
t-sterd.: ffi:ii l.ntHilii announcing trie
d a;h of Mrs. Jriuue Jai kn. a former
us.d-m of tnii; city, wl.uu o-curred at
h. r home there Wednesday evening. Soe
w- ,s au years of ae and leaves her hus
band and fie ch.Mren.
TBCVMSai-Tl. following la tha niort-
gag record for Johnson county for the
month of November, the figures coming
from tho records in the office of the.
county derk: Number of farm mortgages
filed, four: amount, .!. Number re
leased, four; amount. $6.:iS.
BEATRICE John Watson, arrested here
Wednesday un the charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses from a Lin
coln firm. Has released yesterday. the
Lincoln parties agreeing not to prosecute
him. Watson says he will go to work
and pay the firm the money he owes It.
PLATTSMOl'TH The farmers gathered
yes:, rday at the home of J. R. Noyes. west
of this city, for the first wolf hunt of this
sc4m. Several set tions of land were
surrounded und the hunters chased up six
wolves, but the wild animals gave the
hunters the slip and not one was captured.
TABLE RfX'K Capitnla Kehekah lodge
No. 115. Independent Order ot Old Fellows,
held its election at Odd Fellows hail on
Tuesday evening. Tiie following are the
officers elected. Mrs. Belle Miller, noble
grand; Miss B-nonoa Gibson, vice gTand;
Mrs. Allie Fisner, secretary; Mrs. Sylvia
TECl'MSEH A spevlal meeting of the
members f the Johnson County Farmers'
institute ha been cu 111 for Tuesday. De
cerning 2. At that time there will be pres
ent three government ex:-rts to confer
with it.- people of this locality. There will
be an ex;-rt in t:ie gr wing of cereals, one
on the soil, and one on g mi roads.
PIATTSMOl'TH-Capta:n J. C. White, a
pioneer iit.xen of this county, has passed
away and his body will lie taken to
Balniyre for tunal. Mr. White was a
capta.ri in the federate army -and was a
niemlKT of the Masonic order nd was
buried by the members of mat order. He
is survived by a wife and s Veral ciiiidYen.
rt.ATTSM" fTH-Tlie mother of
Reinni.T of Deeds H. A. Schnedier passed
aay at her home near Cedar Creek
Thursday. Mrs. Schneider and her hus
band. Jacob, were born in O-rmany and
have resided in this county about forty
five years. Rev. J. H. Saisbury will con
duit the funeral services Saturday aftcr
nojn. BEATSilCE Announcement was received
here yesterday from Norfolk. N-.h . of the
marriage of John C. Todd and Mbs Vine
Colby of Beatrice, which inurnri at Nor
folk Sunday. 1'ruil recentlv the ijjide was
employed in the local off.cef of me Ne
braska Telephone company. Mr. Todd was
formerly employed here as on operator
for the I'nion I"aclf,o rtad.
PEATRICtS-Beatrlce Aeri No. 521. Fra
ternal cer of Eage niet and elected
these officers last evening: Charles Mudge,
president; Rob rt t'armichael, vice presi
dent: Williams Weigei, secretary'; A. C.
Freshman. treasurer; Frank Sheldon,
(haplaln; Fred Warren, inside guard: Wi.I
iain Lachemskl. outs.de guard. josepn
Sieiler. W H. HilK.uri.e and Pra-r1 Drew,
trustees: Ik . L. lioe. pnysiclan.
BEATRICE Queen City Council N i. 7S.
Fraternal A d aiso. iation met lat evening
a.nd e.eclei tn.se office: Mrs. r'.
Hinker. preside!,;: Mrs. M. Brow n. vice
president; J. R Cra'g, fn-etsr : E. F.
Wii'. treasurer: Mrs. J E. c.isn. "chaplain :
B F. yarn, y, sentinel; W. C. Laymon. ob
server. Mrs. Mijor B inner, gjide; A. I
Anderson, trus:.--: G H. Brasti. I.. W'.
tSudley arid George Seng, physicians.
TBi'l'MSEH-TI.e c.rfi.-ers of the Jchn
s n County Farmers' institute have rais-l
a sufficient sum of mo- t v to s rid five hoys
fend five girls to t:.. r- itional corn snow at
dm tha. ry:r. all ti eir exi.ens-s The ones
to go will I'-m-i from t.ioe winning in the
corn ar.u mauMnai coiiiect. ( tunty Surer-
cort theoi ti
sig.ts. The c
iimn and tre Gage County- Girls IVimeatic
s vem e i lub i;l rie he, at the court house
here S.-turday. At tiiis xaib.t ti e st-eci-mens
of corn and oi;:er artu les subuutiej
by tn g'rla and Nn, will be selec ted lo
f -nt to '.lie National Corn show t
omaiia. Mus Anra L'ay. countr superin
tended, has thus far received 17 txniblia
from seventv-seven districts. Just one-half
the number of districts In the county.
TECI'MSEH The Tecumseh howling
team, composed of Messrs. 14. 4". Thomas.
Hertiert Malnea. Harry Reynolds. Roy
Smith and Logan Simpson, defeated a
pirked team In Beatrice yesterday after
noon. The score was Tecumseh. 151; Be
atrice. i.VL The team ment to Lincoln lat
in the afternoon and in the evening they
defeated a picked team In that city. The
score waa Tecumseh. i47; Lincoln. :'1.
Tha boys report a delightful trip, siying
they were treated royally in both the citi-s
TfXTMSEH-The afternoon session of
the Johnson County Farmers' Institute yes
terday was opened with music by Mrs.
Mitchell and Miss Viola Mi low of Elk
Creek. A business session followed, in
which officers for the coming year were
elected as follows: Gentlemen, president,
W. K. Taylor; vice president, D. L. Way;
secretary, C. V. Douglas; treasurer. D. S.
Warner. Ladles, president. Mrs. W. J.
Lynch; vice president. Mrs. E. D. Moyer:
secretary, Mrs. George Luce; treasurer.
Mrs. W. K. Taylor. The business session
was followed by a recitation by Miss Irene
Stevens and a vocal solo by Miss Gertrude
Dunlap. A paper prepared by Mrs. P. C
Johnson on "Farmers' Wives" w-as read by
Dr. Johnson as Uie lady was sick and could
not be present. The afternoon session
closed with an address by Rev. William
Murphy of Seward on "Man's Duty in the
TRAVEL PAY FOR POSTAL MEN
Second Assistant Postmaster General
PENSION SYSTEM ALSO FAV0BED
Report Shows Volaane of Mall that
Waa Handled Daring the Year
111 Coat of erlre .er
IL Cirrr.an an 1 wife will
i coi.ahi and snow iu.em
imirmiee mill announce
in a day or to.
The annual exli.bit of the
Biys' Ag icul'. aral ass i-
Aaaoaareaaeats of the Theaters.
Mme. Alia Xazlmova. low on hr first
tour of America, Is coming to the Boyd
theater for four perf nuances nxt wek.
This talented Russian actress was the
re.gning sensation for two -seasons In New
Ycrk, rlaylng continuously there, and is
now making a short trip to the larg-r
cities, playing twenty engagements, one of
them In Omaha. It Is a waste of time to
try to tell In a short n-tice of the wonder
ful art of this woman, who Is hailed as ths
greatest of living actresses. The Shubcrts,
under whose direction she is touring, have
surrounded her with a company rf grat
strength, practically the sc me she had in
New Twk. and the plays she offers are
perfectly staged and produced. 6he will be
xn here in "A Doll's House," "Hedda
Gabler." an Ibsen play cf great strength,
that has never been played In Omaha, and
In 'The Coouet'.e." a light comedy. The
engagement opens on Thursday night next
and continues till after Saturday, with a
matinee on Saturday afternoon.
When it is argued that the character of
Salome and the theme of the drama ars
of a nature to forbid their production on
the stage all intellectual tnlr.ds will ad
vance but one answer the drama of Sa
lome is a work of consummate art. eiat-hthr-d
as such in the chief Intellectual
centers of the world. The Burw;od etock
company I .as had two weeks for prepara
tion of its product.on of this wonderful
story; ;n fact, M.sa Elliott has been study
ing the nan ot Salome more or 'ess ever
s.nce the season opened tnd in li r hands
this unusual role should be made as coj,.
vincing as w hen played by any ai tress u 1.3
might ho.-onie associated with the part.
Today the last two performance! of this
week's bill of advanced vaudeville at the
Orpheum will be given. The cu'tain to
li'.ght will be raised promptly at S:l."
Frank Byron and Louise Ijn5J.u1 in --The
Dude Dttcctive'' have be n crevan? all
s,rts of merriment this week. Vioif : H'a,ck.
Bi.n Welch ana s.x ether bg as next
WAfcrlliSU 1U,. Dec. Z fc.Tr.cius.ve of I
Istered matter, the railway mail service
during the last fiscal year handled 3.650.
M.3hl pieces of mall matter, according to
the annual report of Second Assistant
Postmaster General Stewart. Because of
practically Illegible addresses 3o.a-S.S61
Tieccs required special attention, with the
result that lVSNi.tUS were returned to sen
ders or corrected and forwarded.
A new division of tne railway mail ser
vice, embracing is states of Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho and the territory of
Alaka, is recommended.
Favorable consideration of congress Is
asked to a recommendation mat postal
clerks be allowed traveling expenses while
away from their home, and also that
postal clerks who have become unfit for
gctive service by reason of advanced age
or physic-al disability incurred In the line
of duty be retired with suitable pay.
For the transportation of ail classes of
mall matter the department during the
year expended $1. 157.730. A considerable
saving waa effected In connection with the
weighing of malls in the southern states.
In consequence of the use of the new
divisor the railroads received H34.730 less
than would have been paid under the old
system. Altogether the new system of
weighing haa resulted so far In a net sav
ing of t-.IS.K per annum. Because of the
equalisation of rates of pay to transporta
tion companies, the report states, a more
equitable basis of compensation has been
reached, with results mutually satisfactory
to carrier and the department.
Still further economies are recorded. A
review of the railway postoffice car ser
vice resulted in the readjustment of the
car space on a number of routes, thereby
effecting a saving of fc.C:.040 during the
3o-ca!!ed half-lines of rail a,- postoffice
cars that is. where the postal needs In one
direction warrented the authorlxaf ion. but
in the opposite direction did not are dealt
with at length. Numerous rf'tests arose
over the action of the department reduc
ing certain lints to half lines, and these
led to the appointment of a commission to
investigate the whole subject. The post
master general approved their recommen
dation t il I f ull pay be allowed for a line
of forty-foot cars in all cases where a
forty-foot cars must be run and returr.ed.
The report calls attention to the fact that
provision has been made to transport addi
tional at.gMs of mails from Valdei to
Fairbanks. Alaska, in the four mid-winter
months, so as to allow i&.'r.i pound in-
AN EXTRAORDINARY VALUE-GIVING
One Day Only SATURDAY One Day Only
Your unrestricted choice of any imported or do- O I A
mestic pattern hat in the house WlU
Every hat in our immense btock to be sold for less
We will sell hats, any of them worth $20.00, manvQ Cfl
worth $22.50, $23.00 and $.'X).00 Saturday for." .Wa OU
All our $12.50 and $13.00 pattern hats latest Q "C
styles and shapes Ui I w
Every pattern tailored or street hat, usual price "JK
$7.50 and $S.00 Saturdav Wi IW
A pretty hunch of Art Violets free to each lady caller.
crease. The welgnts on other main lines
in Alaska also have been augmented.
Efforts of the department to establish
semi-weekly sailings between New York
and Porto Rico, it is stated, failed, the
steamship companies refusing to make ar.y
changes In their practice of having sail
ings only on Siturdas.
During the year additional parcel-post
conventions were negotiated with the Neth
erlands, Vruguay, Italy, France and Aus
tria, and the parcel-post rate of twenty
cents a pound to Bolivia, Chile. Equador
and Peru was reduced to twelve cents a
Recon.mer.dat. ons In connection with tha
clerks and their pay while off duty for
various reasons are as follows:
That authority of law be secured for
granting further leave, with pay at fifty
per cent of lus regular compensation dur
ing period of disability, not exceeding
twelve additional mor.ths, to a railway
!cstal ch rk who is so seriously injured as
not to be abb; to resume duty at tha ex
piration of twelve months.
That authority of law be secured for
gaming railway postal clerks thirty days'
leave with pay each year, with ex
pense to the department, and In case of
skknesa, six'y days' such leave.
That congress provide for psy of trav
eling expenses of railway postal clerks
while away from their homes and the InttaJ
terininals of their runs and In tr.t discharge
of thtlr duties.
If you want to get the bast at
really saving prices, order your Ora
ceriss, atsata and B salary (roods f:oin
H BOIIT The prtmest and chclo-
p:v rdrr.a?d r??: !2c-iee
TO MA TO X Large i cans, standard
quality, per ' a
COTCAarrrjTfl Fresh. r
BaVSAS Our templing and aeiicious
fiotue made, lour loaves
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