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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: WEDNESDAY. MARCTT 31,
STREET Vj BOOS.
FORMERLY O. K. SCOFIELD CLOAK
A SUIT CO
Over 500 Stunning New Tailored Suits
On Sale Wednesday at $25.00 and $29.75
Over 300 New Suits on
Sale Wednesday, at
You have never seen such a collection of
high grade suits' at $29.75 or $35.00, and
even at $40.00. Over 300 to chose from, and
every suit a late arrival made in the very
The materials are fine prunella cloths,
plain or striped mannish suitings, French
serges and Kpingle 6erges, in all colors and
Over 200 New Suits on
Sale Wednesday, at
CRE1CHT0S ESTATE IS SUED
Beira Alio Defendants in Action for
Land and Money.
CASH ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
I.e. 4 ..reared from , MmIfo
4 l,ater Pre-Km sited hy
This is a truly wonderful offer. The
styles of these suits are of that character
that one only finds in the higher priced
lines all are perfectly tailored in chic new
plain tailored styles and handsomely
There are not more than two or three of
each style and many samples only one of a
kind, so the selection is very large.
Kids from Stage
They Will Solicit. Funds to Help in
Erecting New Child Sav
When the Gus Edwards' kids, now play
ing at the Orpheum In "School Day,"
leave Omaha It will he with the feeling
that they have not only 'entertained part
of Omaha' population, but have done the
city aome real good.
They visited the ' Child" Saving- lnatltute
, at Blghteenth and, Ohio street Tuesday
morning-, entertained, the "little onee -and
Incidentally t he , big . one, loo and after
trmklng a tour of Inspection of the plaoe
were ao impressed, with the worth ot the
cauae and the Immediate need of a new
building that the girls, at least, are going
to devote their Sa're time while here In
olk-lllng pledges to the building fund.
There sprang- up a close bond of sym
pathy between the autor-ktds and the little
folks at the institution a soon as they
Arriving In two big automobiles. Man
ager Rapf of the company. Manager
Xyrnrs of I Up Orpheum and the kids them
selves. Incluillntf - the - little Spits dog,
"IVachir." had a Jolly half hour at the
home. Tlion afler cooing, over the babies
and nayirta, goodbye to 411,' they made a
whlHwfndr Mir of the city and got back
to their hotel In time for lunch.
It certainly did Mr. and Mrs. C. E
Glnlts, the agent. ant matron In charge,
and the rest of the grown-ups good to
watch the faces of the little homeless and
parenlleMa folk as they enjoyed the school
day aongs and. dances of the older actor
folk who are prolonging their school days
on the sugc. If not In real life. The spirit
of childish appreciation grew aa the little
show., nunt on. and after Frank Alvln,
JohaaX Dale, Murray Harris, Gertie Moul-
ton and Grace Melnken had done tneir
"turna" with a rellah that can only come
when all their heart Is In their work, Lew
Handler tickled the youngsters with some
of his convulsive Yiddish capers, uinan
Oohn told each little boy that he was
"Just the Boy for Me," and all the mem
bers of the child audience Joined In when
the school klda sang "America" and Gus
Edwards' two favorites, "School Days" and
Dr. A. W. Clark, superintendent of the
Institute, accepted the proffer of the kids
to solicit funds for the new building with
HIS SORE EYES
When 63 Years Old Eye-Balls and
lids Became Terribly Inflamed-'
Was Unable to Go About Home
Remedies and Professional Treat
ment were Equally Unsuccessful.
TOOK, FRIEND'S 'ADVICE:
HAS NO MORE TROUBLE
"About tw rears ago my eye got
In such a condition that, I was unable to
fa about. They were terribly Inflamed,
both the balls and lids. I tried horn
remedies without relief. Then I de
cided to go to our family physician, but
he didn't help them. Then'l tried two
mora of our most prominent physicians,
but my eyes grew continually worse.
At this time a friend of mine advised
me to try Cuticura Ointment, and after
using it about one week my eyes were
considerably improved and in two weeks
they were almost well. They have
never given me any trouble since. I
was then sixty-three years old and am
How sixty-flve. I' shall never fail to
sneak a word of praise for the Cuticura
Remedies when I have an opportunity,
and I trust that this letter may be the
means of others being cured aa I have
been. G. B. Halaey, Mouth of Wilson,
Grayson Co., Ya Apr. , 1008."
THREE MAYOR CANDIDATES
VOTE AT SAME POLLING PLACE
Dklmas Berrvnuui ad Breeax
Shifted from Rasors
Corn cobs are less nannful than rasors.
This U a positive fact, but whether thla
fact was the cause of changing the polling
plaoe In the Second precinct of the Seventh
ward Is not known. The fact remains,
however, that the polling piece in the pre
cinct where three of the eight candidates
for mayor oast thejr -ballots, we changed
from a barber Shop to a barn. v .'
J smes Charles Dahlman. Edward Peter
Berryman and John Paul Breen all vote tn
the Second precinot of the Seventh ward.
All of them are oandldates for the mayor
alty nomination, th flrat two on the dem
ocratic ticket and the third on the repub
lican ticket. Heretofore they have cast
their ' ballots in an Improvised booth tn a
barber shop on Park avenue, a few doors
north of Mr. Breen's home and on a lot
which at the rear Joins the residence lot
of Msyor Dahlman. Today the polling
Dlace la In a barn In ths rear of 1525
Georgia m-Kt.M, OuS bluck wrest of Colonel
Colonel Berryman was the first man to
vote in the Second precinct of the Seventh
ward, the battleground of the present cam
paign. He announced with great glee th
he voted for Ed. P. Berryman for the
democratic nomination - for mayor. His
vote was cast at 12:10. Fifty minutes later
Hlssoner dropped his ballot In the box
and told the Judges and clerks and a few
others standing around!
"This is the. kind of a fellow I am: .1
voted for James C. Dahlman tor mayor 1
don't ask a man to vote for me and then
vote for someone else myself."
Mr. Breen voted lster In the afternoon.
One of the Judges tn this precinct Is
Frank Planck, employed by the city aa a
bookkeeper in the office of the city comp
troller. Democratic iolitlcal ethics did not
deter him from accepting an appointment
as Judge of election as well and he is today
drawing double pay from the c)ty.
New Freight Depot
for the Burlington
Building; Will Be Erected in Oxuha
to Meet Needs of the
The Burlington Is sgain preparing to
build Its new freight depot in Omaha. For
years ths present quarters hsve been In
adequate and a oouple of years ago plans
were drawn for the new depot which would
facilitate the handling of the Burlington's
Omaha business. Everything was In read I
ness for the building of the depot two
years ago, when the financial depression
stopped the move,, aa tt did all new lm
provemenis on western roads. It was
thought In some quarter that the Burling
ton was securing the land on its main line
west of Eleventh street for a new freight
depot, but this Is. w;j to be erroneous.
BIDS TO FINISH BRANDEIS
THEATER EXCAVATION ASKED
Proposals Will Son Be Called For
sad Work Reseated with
Architect John Latsnaer Is preparing to
call for bids for completing the excava
tion for the Brandela theater and office
building to be erected at Seventeenth and
Douglas streets. The work will begin
within a short time. letting of building
contracts will follow.
A large part of the excavation baa been
completed for the office building, but the
excavation for the theater could not be
done until plans for the building were
completed. The theater part of the build
ing will require a deeper excavation than
the office building and Mr. Latenser has
been working with some architects who
make a specially of theater designing.
These plana have been completed now and
the excavation work, can proceed.
tfmi) Brandela, who has active charge of
the building operations. Is in Egypt. He
will return the last of April and work on
the building will be pushed as rapdliy as
SKINS ON FIRE !AD club FAVORS hospital
SHORT TERM BRINGS SOBS.
SEVEN YEARS NOT A WHIMPER
Amil t( Rnolin Displayed Varies)
Inversely with Severity of
The amount of emotion displayed by
criminals about to be sentenced sometimes
varies Inversely with the severity of the
sentence to be expected.
Claude Welmer and Bllla Bogdanovle fur
nished an example of this Tuesday morn
tng before Judge Sears, the latter receiving
an Imposition of seven years without
whimper and Welmer displaying greater
emotion at a two-year penalty than men
ordered to stretch hemp.
There are other factors of course, and
there were in the Illustration cited, but
the rule will pretty generally hold good.
Convulsive sobs shook the Welmer youth
who says he is not yet 20 years, but looks
a little older. He held a handkerchief to
his eyee and his fingers trembled, while
his whole frame quivered.
If Welmer, who forged his cousin's name
here, were not wanted for a similar offense
In Illinois, he might have got off even
more lightly. Judge Sears, on account of
his youth and professed intent to become
a good cltlsen when out of this scrape,
waa disposed to be lenient. Welmer's sen
tence will begin from the date of his arrest
Bogdanovle had a recommendation of
clemency tied on the verdict of guilty
which the Jury brought tn. Judge Sears
declared that Jurymen had Informed him
thst they thought the other man whom
Bogdanovic shot waa somewhat Involved
too.. "The Jury considered you both highly
undesirajble cttlsena" The sentence Is
seven years. N
For "shooting with Intent to kill" the
penalty runs from one to twenty years.
The John A. Crelghton estate and heirs
of ths eststs have been sued In the United
States circuit court for the eastern district
of Texss for the ownership of a vast tract
of land and alleged damages In the amount
of tino.000 by E. R. Wood of Philadelphia
and others of thst stste, the heirs of R.
D. Wood, father of the plaintiffs.
Ths land embracea 4,428 acres of lind In
Hardin county. Texas, that had been
granted to R. D. Wood, as the devisee of
the original Spanish owner of the land.
R. D. Wood became possessed of the lend
In 1866. He died In 199, leaving the prop
erty to his children as residuary legatees.
The petition states that November I,
190J, John A. Crelghton "unlawfully entered
upon the land, dispossessed the plaintiffs
snd has continued in possession of the
lands, thus damaging the plaintiffs to the
amount of 160,000 through the fact of
such dispossession and that the defendant
Crelghton has removed and caused to be
removed standing timber from the land to
the further amount of $80,000. "
Both Sldee of the Case.
The plaintiffs In the case are Edward R.
Wood, Mary Wood, Richard Wood, George
Wood, Juliana Wood, Walter! Wood and 8.
Wood of Philadelphia. The defendants
named in the petition are John A. Lester
of Texas, John A. Daugherty, John A. Mc
Shane, James H. McShane, Felix J. Mc-
Shane, Mrs. Kate McShane-Furay, Mrs.
Ellen McSnane-Cannon, the children of a
slater' of John A. Crelghton named Alice,
the children of Edward McShane, chlldron
of Thomas McShane, John D. Crelghton.
Mrs. Catherine Crelghton-McGInn, Martha
Crelghton-Itner, John A. Schenk, Mary Cot
ter, the Crelghton university, Franciscan
Sisterhood of Nebraska, the IJttle Sisters
of the Poor, Sisters of Good Shepherd and
Sisters of Poor Claire, none of whom reside
In Texas except John A. Leater.
It Is further alleged In the petition that
John A. Crelghton left a will on his death
In February, 1807, devising all his property
to the defendants, save and except John
A. Leater and that all of the named de
fendants except Leater are devisees snd
legatees of John A. Crelghton.
Twenty-eight writs of subpoena have been
issued by United States District Judge D.
E. Bryant of the eastern district of Texas
for the defendants to appear and answer
by April S, 1906, at the session of the United
States court to assemble on that date at
Beaumont, Tex., and in default of such
appearance the court will proceed to the
hearing and adjudication of 'the case.
.The writs ara being served . through the
office of . United Stales Marshal W. P.
Warner pf Omaha. ; -,.
Supposed Dead Man
Walks Into Home
of Grieving Family
Henry Bethert, Whom Folki Thought
They Buried, Says He Hss
NeTer Been Dead.
tt you had burled a body you supposed
to be that of your son or brother, had
mourned his desth for weeks and then
! 1. - - f .... V... k.lM . I U Y,ma
and healthy, Into your home, what would
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Bethers and family,
1406 Sixteenth avenue, Council Bluffs,
have had this experience.
Henry Bethers, son of this couple, wss
supposed to hsve been buried by the
family In Its lot at the Falrvlew cemetery.
Council Bluffs, weeks ago. Monday he
walked boldly Into his home, and the
relatives were all but overcome by his
appearance. When finally they were able
to bring themselves to believe It to be
Henry Bethers, the members of the family
were plunged as deeply Into ecstaclea as
they had been In grief and It was a reunion
seldom seen and never to be forgotten.
Some weeks ago a body, burned and
charred beyond recognition, was found In
a freight car near Valley. The ear had
come from Council Bluffs. Bethers was
missing from home and someone Jumped
to i the conclusion the body waa his. His
family so Identified It. The body was then
given a burial by the Bethers fsmily and
the members have been grieving since
over their loss.
Until he walked Into his family's home,
young Bethers knew nothing of ths fact
of his supposed death and burial. He said
he had Just been traveling; about and had
been as far as St. Louts.
"We. cannot express our happiness and
delight," said one member of the family.
"We never were so happy before."
"I have never been dead and was never
more alive than now," said Henry Bethers.
Department ii Authorized by Special
Committee Action on Legii
THREE HELD FOR - BURGLARY
. """"" ' ' !,
Joe Garr, One of Trie, Admits that
He Has Done Some Jail
t Time.' s-
Three alleged burglara were bound over
to the . district court from police court
Tuesday morning. One of , them, was Joe
Garr. the man who was arrested Sunday
morning with almoat $100 and a watoh be
longing to A. J. Carey, propertor of a pool
That ha la a professional had been sus
pected by Chief of Detectives Savage since
he was arrested, but the fact was estsb
Ilshed Tuesday. On being questioned by
Chief Savage. Garr admitted he had re
cently been In jail at Nebraska City, where
he had beaten a case against him for
breaking Into the freight house there. He
said he was known ss Frank Smith while
there. The other men bound over are John
Foreman of 916 Homer street and James
Petreicek of Twelfth and J streets. South
Omaha. They are accused of having
broKen into a Burlington box car on March
11. The bonds of all three men were fixed
at S&00 each.
Hallway Ketes and Personals-
W. T. Canada, secret service agent of
ths Union Pacific, has gone to Chicago.
W. H. Murray, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Union Pacific, left
Tueeday evening for Chicago.
Harry Van Arsdale. chief clerk to the
superintendent of motive power and ma
chinery of the Union Pacific, haa gone
To organise a bureau of publicity aa a
department of the Commercial club, the
special committee appointed last week rec
ommended that a permanent committee of
nine be appointed by the chairman of the
executive committee of the club, to organ
ize, finance and disburse the funds of the
Chairman Edgar Allen appointed this
committee, representative of both whole,
salers and retailers: Emll Brandela. W. F.
Baxter, C. C. Belden, Everett Bucking
ham, Roma Miller, W. H. Buchols, A. C.
Smith, T. F. Fry and C. C. Rosewater.
The club will send letters to the Douglas
county members of the legislature urging
the defeat of the Donohoe bill, the passage
of the 120.000 appropriation for the site of
sn orthopedic hospital to be located In
Omaha. A resolution win also be sent to
congress urging the Issuing of SMO.OOO.OCO
of 2 par cent bonds due In ten years to
provide funds for the Improvement of in
F. w. Judsort resigned as chairman of
the entertainment committee and Gould
Diets was appointed temporary chairman.
Dr. R. K. Hartsell was elected an active
member of the club.
A Life Problems Solved
by that greet health tonic. Electric Btttera,
Is the enrichment of poor, thin blood, and
strengthening the weak. 50c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
John C. Ludeke, Tenth street and Forest
svenue, frame dwelling, W.600; M. M. Con
ner, Twenty-eighth avenue and Dodge
street, repairs to frame dwelling, $;
Chris Berger, XOft Camden avenue, frame
dwelling, 11,400; E. Lancaster, Sixteenth
and Wirt streets, frsme dwelling, 12,600; V.
P. Chlodo. Twentieth snd Mason atreets.
frame dwelling, 11.600: J. J. C ho pern. Twenty-ninth
street and Fowler avenue, frame
dwelling. 12,000: Frank J. Devorak, 1M
South Thirty-second street, addition to
Tweaty-Klgrht Killed la Battle.
TEHERAN. March SO. According to ad
vices received here from Tabrls twelve na
tionalists were killed end thirty were
wounded during a fight last Sunday at
Bhamgshxen with royalist troops. The lat
ter had aixteen men killed.
With Torturing, Disfiguring
And other itching, burning, bleeding,
scaly and crusted skin and scalp humors
are instantly relieved,
and speedily cured, in
the majority of cases,
by warm baths with
Cuticura Soap, to
cleanse the skin, gentle
anointings with Cuti
cura Ointment, purest
and sweetest of etnoj
liinU.to soothe and heal
the skin, and miki doers
t Cuticura Resolvent (liquid or pi'1),
he purify the blood. Guaranteed abso
lutely pure and may be used from the
bout or birth.
rwtirura Sp rue ). otatnwit anr ). maiiiMS
(Mr u4 tAoratal OaM ru Xte.. M SMS
tfcrouthout UM worts
no: lo4o. V7. Oar
kilo g . rra. a. hue la Fxi: AuMra'a
S TowM A Cta, MMf: 6o Afrtr. Lrniws.
I Id , To"''. !'' : roiwr Vram a Cbrm.
-Mims rrw Uutwi ftoy oe Sua Msmsm.
'.dorses Orthopedic laalltate . aad
Forwards Iteeolatloas to tiev
After hearing an addrrss by Dr. A. B.
Somers on the work ef orthopedic hospitals,
the Omaha Ad club passed resolutions
Tuesdsy In an executive session, urging
thst the house of representatives of the
Nebraska legislature approve ths appro
priation of $20,000 to buy a site in Omaha
for auch a hospital. .
The resolutions will be forwarded to
Governor Bhallenberger. who Is asked to
use his influence and send a copy to the
Fred Peffenrath and Wl Thompson an
nounced that they wars getting a good list
of vaudeville attractions lined up for the
minstrels whk-h are to be given at the
Hotel Rome next Tuesdsy evening follow
ing the beefsteak dinner given by tne
WELLMAN SAYS HE WAS NOT
Aaaoyed by Dlsrasaloa of Sableet
Correete Impressloa ef Wide
"I wish The Bee would ssy for ma that
I never said one word on this Roosevelt
matter for publication. I am not discussing
the subject one way or the other."
This statement was made by Dr. F.
Crelghton Wellman of Washington, D. C.,
who Is In Omaha,
The doctor haa had an aversion for dis
cussing this matter and when at the dinner
of the Nebraska Schoolmasters' club at
Hanson's last Friday night. Dean Ward of
the medical department of the University
of Nebraska Introduced him as "the man
who had been consulted on East Africa
by President Roosevelt," he Immediately
took pains to controvert the report.
"A misapprehension exists." he said In
reply to Dr. Wsrd. "I have not been con
sulted by President Roosevelt on this mat
ter." Dr. Wellman spent some years in East
Africa and Is considered an authority on
the conditlona there.
Know These jf
J Picture a bakery costing $1,000,000. f
A Stel!iaaa ttsHnsl.
Rsv. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salisbury.
N. C, who la the author of several books!
wrltea: "For several years 1 was affile tad
with kidney trouble aad last winter I was
suddenly tricks with a severe paJa m
my kidneys aad was coaflaed te bed eight
days unable te get up without aeslataaee.
My urine contained a thick white aedlaeat
and 1 passed same frequently day aad
night I eommeneed taking FoJey'a Kid
ney Remedy, and the pain gradually
abated and finally eeaaed and my urine
became normal. I cheerfully recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy." For sals by all
Quick Action for Tour Money-Teu get
J thst by using Ths Bee advertising columns.
Think of white tile ovens on the top floor
flooded by sunshine.
Then, the triple-sealed protection packages
These are the 20th Century Soda Crackers.
You can always be sure they will be fresh
and crisp flaky and whole
Yet they cost no more than the old kind
t.if Takoma Biscuit are at your grocer's in 5c
and 10c packages. Try them. jfrA
loOSE-WlLES btscuitco. 'f'f
teoee-ITUse BlaeeUa aad Oraeksrs Oosayly Witt She sTsbraeka Tw feed lw.
V4 1 l V t- jR
Madam Yale Is Certainly
a Wonderful Woman
Of I ha
Souvenirs From Mme. Yale for Our
The lecture given by Madame Tale this week at Boyd's theater
was certainly a remarkable performance by this exceedingly remark
able woman. The press have proclaimed Madame Yale as the most
brilliant and successful woman In her work today. She has lectured In
all parts of the globe. Her well known products are sold by th lead
ing merchants throughout the breadth of the land. Such houses as Mar
shall Field & Co., of Chicago, who are known as the merchant prince
of the world, and In fact, the most prominent house in each large
city, represent Madame Yale as her agents for their territory, and we
are exceedngly pleased to say that we have the agency for this city
for the celebrated Yale line of Toilet and Health Preparations. As
it is always our aim to give the public the very best of everything the
world produces, so It is with these preparations that have been on the
market for years and years. We make the Yale line a prominent and
permanent feature of our Toilet Goods department. We have the en
tire line here, some 65 different items. In this connection we wish to
direct special attention to this special souvenir sale on these products,
and to make the event oven more interesting, and as Madame Yale is
anxious to have all women use these wonderful preparations, she has
sent us for distribution a supply of Souvenir Jars of the Yale Skin Food
(holding one dollar's worth). The Yale Skin Food sells regularly at
$1.50 and $3.00 per jar.
Yale Skin Food Free
We will present one of these Souvenir Jars of Yale Skin Food free
during this special sale to each purchaser of any of the Yale dollar
articles which we will sell at the special price of 89c.
We desire to suggest that purchase be made early, as the supply
of Souvenir Jars is limited. The sale will continue all week. We men
tion below a few of the Yale prepartions:
Madam Tale's Hair Tonic
?EJAUK CONHIDBR8 HER
HAIR TONIC one of her greatest
achlevementa. It la praised In the
highest terms by those who use it.
and there are quantities of It sold.
Price, er bottle, '
8 So, 45a aad SSe.
Tale's Xealth Memediss.
MME. Y A LETS FRTTIT CURA, a
strengthening tonic for women, a
cur for oertaln organic ailments. The
wonderful cure effected by It testi
fy to Its great merit. Price 8c
MME. YALE'S FERTILIZER TAB
LETS cure constipation and ventilate
a clogged system. Two sites. Price
- 4So and see,
MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION TABLETS-
make new, rich blood. They
enrich the skin with healthy color
ings. Two sites, 45e and 69 o.
Mme TALE'S BLOOD TONIC clean
ses the liver, blood and kidneys. Price
MME. YALE'S DIGESTIVE TAB
LETS sld. dleeatlon and cure Indiges
tion. Prices, 4 So aad 80.
MME. TALE'S ANTISEPTIC is a
most valuable household article, and
must be used to be appreciated. For
cleanalng th mouth and gums in the
morning, gargling the throat for sore
throat, dressing sores, wounds, or
bruises. It Is unequalled. Price 83e
MME. TALE'S LINIMENT la a
newcomer and ssid to have maelrlike
Influenoe In curing muacular affec
tions, such aa rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, ete. Price 4Bo.
Madams Tale's Bsantlfylng Bemedies
MME. YALE'S 8KIN FOOD for
nourishing the skin and obliterating
wrinkles. Two alzea, Sl.SS aad 88.B0.
MME. YALE'S ALMOND BLOSSOM
COMPLEXION CREAM for cleansing,
healing, enhancing and preserving
beauty: nothing like It. Price, 4So
MME YALE'S COMPLKXtON
BLEACH for cleansing the akin nf
blemishes. Price 81.75
MME. YALE'S ELIXIR OF BEAU
TY for protecting the ekln from sun
burn and the Inclemency of the
weather It makes the akin naturally
white, gives the complexion brilliancy.
Price , , . 80
MME. YALE'S BLUSH OF YOUTH
for softening the expression It tones
the facial nervea. gives pllanev to the
muscles and elasticity to the skin:
MME. YALE'S HAND WHITENFR.
MME. YALE'S MAGICAL SECRET
FOR SOFTENING HARD WATER. It
Is one of the greatest known toilet
luxuries, delicately fragrant aa a bou
quet of choice flowers. Price. . fl.BS
MME. YALE'S VIOLET TALCUM
POWDER. Price 4 Bo
MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION
SOAP. Price aOo
MME. YALFS COMPLEXION
POWDER. Price too
MME. YALE'S CORN CURE. Do
not suffer another day with rorns.
Mme. Yale's Corn Cure makes quick
work of them. Use It and enjoy the
comfort of aound feet S3o
Madame Yale's Demonstrator
Here All This Week
Mm'i Tu1.'B New York demonstrator wilTremaln here all thla week tn
e Yale Hectlon of our Toilet Oooda Department, main floor, where she wlU
;plaln to the lad ea all about the nnr.iinn. """-T,w
five different arttclea-ao that the ladlee can find among the list lusT whit
they need. Ladles may consult With Mme. Ysla's assistant without che ,?d
thS.t?u",2& ".'t ? la th. .proper .election of the remedied Saf1
o... -..I., ivi euW oj mme. i aie a s-page book of beauty given free
DRUG DEPT. South Side. New Store.
on a package of crackers guarantee the consumer that they are
absolutely fresh and of very highest quality,. . '
are made tn
all gr o c rs
of 30 years
exp r 1 enoa
The only cracker made In Omaha.
Expert bakers, coupled with the finest modern equipment used
the cracker industry, make these the most delicious and wholesome
cracker on the market
Call for them at your grocers!
THE ITEN BISCUIT COMPANY, Omaha, Neb'.
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