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THE BEE: OMAHA, Fill DAY, JANUARY 21, 1910.
HOMES FOR HIE HOMELESS
Hew Cry that is Gaining: Much Head
. way Among Omaha Folki.
BENEFITS OF : BEE'S CAMPAIGN
Real fUI DrlM fommtiJ tfce
Me) of Making AaaoaawmriU
of sperlaMy Attractlrc
ttaraalna en Thareday.
"Homta for the Homeless" I Just a 1m
' portant a motto a "lan1 for the Land
lesa." and In Omaha It Ir taking on mora
definite bape each day. The Bee haa been
quietly conducting a "Home Day" cam
paign for aeveral montha, and has met
with uch. aucceea that It can modeatly re
produca some of the commendatory com
ment of the real (late dealers who know
of the Importance of the work that haa
been accomplished. Each Thursday The
Bee's want ad page contain . numerous
tempting offer from the real estate
owner,' .which are taken advantage of by
the young folks who are Just setting out
on the sertou business of life. Through
these offers many a young couple Is living
In a home bought and paid for, who might
otherwise be still contributing to a lanfl
lord's . profit. Kach day of the week The
Bee prints attractive offers from the real
estate men, but on Thursday the special
effort la made. Thursday Is "Home Own
ers' Day'' with The Bee. Here Is what
some of the leading dealer say of the
plan: ' ' ' '
Works for Himself.
A. J. Prelgh of Crelgh Sons ft Co., said:
'When a man pays rent for a term of
years, tit the end of the term of years all
he has to show for his money la a large
pile of rent receipt to ahow where his
money went.
"If he had bought a house (n the begin
ning Instead of renting one, at the end of
the same period of time he would own his
own home free and clear and would also
have money In the bank.
"He would not have to worry about find
ing another house In case his house was
old and he would also hove the benefit
of the Increased value of the property In
stead of the landlord." ,
Ed Johnston of Johnston ft Westley,
says: '"Tite man who owns his own homo
la a good citizen, and wn are willing to do
our share to help every man to get a
home of his own. A great many people
have a few hundred dollars saved up and
ara striving to get more, so they can purchase-
a plooa of real estate. If they would
watch your home day pages they could
find Just what they want and on the terms
they could afford to pay."
ChnrlelsW. Martin of Norrls ft Martin
says: "If the young couples who are start
ing out in life would Investigate the home
owning proposition they would find that
they do not need all of the purchase price
of a homo In order to buy It. In fact, they
do not need one-half of It. Often 1300 to
$600 will make the first payment on a fine
cottage,, and the remainder of the pur
chase price can be paid In monthly pay
ments of 115 to $30 per month, depending
upon the amount they owe. These pay
ments apply on principal and Interest, and
before they realize It, their property Is
clear and the payments stop.
"Then thero Is the stivtig habit sure to
follow a venture of this kind. Every dollar
put Into the property saves Interest on that
mount and puts them nearer to the cov
eted goal. ' '
"Another very good reason why the
home owninrj proposition Is a good one Is
that the man who buys, occupies, and Im
prove his home, gets the benefit of the
increase In value. I can cite a great num
ber of cases where buyers have made a
mall payment down, kept up their monthly
payments, and sold out with a handaome
profit, then re-Invested their first pay
ment, plus the profit, and savings, while'
they were occupying their own home.
"The man who buy real ' estate I an
optimist. He Ir respected by hi fellow clt
IsenR and ha the confidence of his em
ployers and . business associates. For the
good of yourself, and those dear. to you,
own your t,wn home."
Idea la excellent.
'your 'Home Day' Idea la an excellent
one,", said Shlmer. ft Chase. . "Anything
that will create a desire and cause people
to own their own home 1 a benefit to the
people and city,.
"Most people., don't know that a good
home can be purchased on very easy terms
say a few hundred dollars down and $10
to $30 a, month. People have to pay that
much rente anyhow, why not apply it on a
home of their own."
I . .
. A Bloody Affair
. Is lung hemorrhage . Stop it, and cure
weak lungs, coughs and colds, with Dr.
King' New Discovery. 60c and $1. For
ale by Beaton Drug Co. !
I '
Gambler Loses
More by Appeal
Frank Sampson Fined $25 in Police
" Court and $100 in Di
trict Court
Frank Sampson, convicted In police court
on' a gambling charge, would have done
well to have paid his fine of $26 there and
gona on hi way rejoicing had Folic. Judge
Crawford not fined him more.
Instead. Sampson took an appeal to dis
trict court. At the conclusion of the hear
ing Judge Sutton found him guilty and
fined him $100 and cost. -' '
Sampson wa arrested on a' charge of
violating a city ordinance against "main
taining a disorderly house," the specifica
tion being that Sampson presided at gam
bling In a room In the Murray hotel.
II. C. lUnn. arrested on the charge of
selling liquor on 8unday.nd likewise con
victed In police court, pleaded guilty when
his appeal case was called in district court
and paid a fine of $100.
I
Paarauuoata roluwi at Cold,
but never follows tb us of Foley's Honey
and Tar, which stops the cough, heal the
lung and expel te cold from your system.
TWO LETTERS SERVE TO
' SOFTEN T. FLYNN'S WOES
la Tekat frn Old Prisoner, the
Other Philadelphia Paper
that (leans Streets.
Street Commissioner Flynn la feeling
quite happy and Joyful. A man for whom
he wa able to do some small favors
while county Jailor seven years ago sent
him a check sufficient to buy a box of
ctgars, "Just, a an evidence that I have nut
forgotten your kindness."
Some other frltnd aent him a marked
ropy of the Philadelphia Inquirer of a re
cent Uite, showing the metlutd of cleaning
now off the street of the Peaceful City,
with machines bought by the Inquirer and
laced at the disposal of the city.
"Tli Omaha paper r always having
fun with me." ld Klynn, "about the con
dition of our ntrtrt. That' the fashion
everywhere. , 1 tx-llevt; but . this Philadel
phia, paper evidently believed there wa a
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EXTRAORDINARY DARGAINS IN
MIMA NT Sf January Dinnerware Sales
From Our January Sales
Tremendous sales of the past week have left thousands
of ynrds in odds and ends to sell at wonderful reductions.
Biggest bargains of the entire season.
SI FOULARD SILKS at 69c Yd.
Another great purchase of 27-inch stunning foulatd silks
in disks, spots, brocho effects, floral, etc, new- fl A
est 1910 spring shades the regular $1 and ilHj
Silk and Velvet Samp'es
Manufacturer's samples; thou
sands of styles In silks; according
to size, each piece
10c. 15c and 25c each
27 inch Rosea Silks
Plain Rosco Silks. In 32 different
shades; all the light tints; cream
and black,
at, yard
25c
Mill Ends of Plain and Fancy Silk Mulls
Printed bordered patterns,, dots, Jacquard, etc., remnants, but many
pieces match up; worth regularly 39c aid 50c r
on bargain square, at, yard
SILK SALE IN BASEMENT ,
Broken lines of plain and fancy silks; not remnants, but lengths from
2M to 15 yards, with some 50c foulards, 50c waisting silks, 50c fancy
poplins, etc., basement bargain . r
square, at, yard , , , , mJC
Remnants of New Wash Goods
New Ginghams; pretty stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors; also
nurse stripe seersucker ginghams and fast color Zephyr every rem
nant warranted to be fast colors pt mm . g
and perfect lengths- 3 big Ss - s"-Jr
counters, at. yard
New Percales for cress
es, waists, . aprons,
children's wear; yard
wide; desirable long
lengths, at, yard
5c, 7Jc, Sic
New American . Dress
Prints; styles and col
orings tnat
are new, yd
5c
New lot of Printed
Lawns and Batistes;
light or dark grounds
up to 36 inches
wide; short, mill
, lengths, .
at, yd JC
25c Mercerized Poplin,
Pongee and Cotton
Serge Suiting; mill
remnants, 1
at. yd. rC
40-Inch wide White Ba
tistes, mercerised, 81
inch White Lawns, of
silky lingerie cloth,
the finest yard wide
long cloth and Lena
dale cambrlo; .all per
fect mill , lengths, - on
bargain square, I fi
st, yd 1UC
10,000 yds. aoft finished
bleached muslin; full
yard wide, in , 8 and
10-yard lengths; many
worth double, fi
at. yd.
Buying India Linons in large lots direct from the makers enables us to
sell the very finest Egyptian combed yarn India linons at a lower
price than any store the 25e grade for 12H the 20c grade for
XO nd tne lc Krade for 7 V4.
Odd lots of cotton goods; various
grades and lengths will be closed
out during the forenoon
-bargRln square,
renoon . "1 I
. yd. V. &2C
Fine lot plain and fancy White Goods
for waists, drosses and children'
wear: short lengths but worth up
. to 2oo a yard; Friday afternoon,
Deginnmg at i:jsu,
at, yard ,
5c
Remnants from our January Linen Sale
35c Full Bleached Table Damask;
very speclul. yd. ........ t I80
60c Best Imported Mercerised Table
Damask, yd 89o
69c All Pure Linen Table Damask;
bleached or cream, yd. 49o
$1 All Pure Linen Table Damask; full
2 yards wide, yd 7 60
Linen and Mercerised Napkins; large
else, worth $1.76 doxen, at ....98
Large, All Linen Napkins; silver
bleached; $1.85 values, doxen 91.19
Best Quality . Pure Irish Linen Nap
kins; size 22x22; $3 values, doxen
at 1.98
...2y2c-5c
Paris, Torchons
I0-25
Remnants and Odd Lots of French Val
LACES and INSERTIONS, at, yard. .
Fine French and German Vals., Piatt Vals., Point Paris, Torchons,
all Jdnds worth up to 15c a yard.
Remnants and Sample Pieces of ALLOVER
LACES, APPLIQUES, MEDALLIONS, each
Insertions, galloons, lace edges, etc., in crochet, Venise, cluny,
York and Oriental effects, In pieces with to 1H yards in each 3
bargain squares.
Thousands of Yards of Fine EMBROID- Ql n 1fn
ERY, EDGINGS and INSERTIONS, yard. . O sC'lUC
Narrow, medium and wide; good, effective designs; extra fine
needlework; 2 big lots, worth up to 20c a yard.
"SCHOOL DAYS" CONCERT in SHEET MUSIC DEPT.
- Mis Hasel Fagg of the School Days company, "assisted by Mr. Gene
Salxer, musical director," will give demonstrations Introducing the two hits,
"Squeexe Me Tight" and "Little Snowflake," of School Day, Friday afternoon,
from 1:70 to 3:30.
Saturday is our great annual clearing sale of SILVER
WARE. The bargains will be extraordinary.
Drandela Great Annual Bargain Event
Clearing Sale of Shoes
Every pair of high grade shoes in our stock greatly .
reduced in price. We must positively sell all our winter
shoes at once. -.
Men's Shoes
lew styles, excellent leathers,
worth up to $3.50 $193 '
pair, at
Women's Shoes
New styles and new leathers, ac
tually worth up 10 $193
$3.60 a pair, at
Women's Shoes
Finest selected patent leather or
dull leather shoe, worth 5733
up to $1.50, at .
Men's Shoes
Button, lace or blucher, worth up
to $4.00 pair,
at
... .23S
BRANDEIS STORES
r H.n n H'Hw-H-Kin-Warrn: n a v a "r b:whiJ"B1 r-zssssxss
Fl- EllVt9k.lLlHVlBfl avll II f I II
l . )J BARGAIN FRIDAY i J ;
800 ninneraeta In our Annual Clearance that will
take Omaha by storm tomorrow.
English, French, Austrain, narilaad and American Dinner
ware, in a Phenomenal Half Price Markdown
Per Cent
OIF IF
Such an announcement must touch a responsive cord in the hearts
bf housekeepers. It's a yearly clearance in which Bennett's rises to the
occasion with greater force than was ever heard of beforein tbls city. .
Foreign and Domestic Ware and open stock patterns in wonderful
variety, admittedly the finest in, the west, will be on the tables.
100 piece Austrian China sets, fancy
floral decorations, 20 sets, for 19.60
100 piece American China sets, Ger
man Rose border, 120 sets . . . .S9.S3
100 piece French China "sets, very
handsome $30 values, for ....$18.00
100 place Havlland China sets, Hose
Hpray decorations, 136.00 values,
at ! f 17.98
100 piece Havlland St Co. sets, su
perb, S4S quality, for ...... 33.00
100 piece English Rose Dinner Set
was 1 10.00, now 94.98
100 piece American Rose and Gold
Epravr 112.00 sets, at 93.98
100 piece EngUflh Plow Blue, 114.00
sets, for 98.98
100 piece English Rose and Oold,
115.00 sets, for 97.BO
100 piece White and Gold and Havl
land Spray American, $16.00 sets,
for '. ...97.9B
IIAVILAND AND O. D. A.
CHINAAT HALF
56 piece. $16 Tea Seta, for 97-93
60c Dinner Plates, for 98o
45c' Breakfast Flates, for .. . .Boo
26e Pte1 Plate, for loo
25c Fruit Dishes, for lOo
$4.00 Tea Cups and Saucer, per
doxen 93.00
$5.00 Coffee- Cup and Saucers,
per doien - 93.60
$4.00 A. D. Cup and Saucers, per
dozen .' aa.oo
85c Cake Plates, for 390
$6.00 Bouillon Cups and Saucers,
per dozen 92.75
$1.75 Chop Plates, 12 Inch, for 85o
OTHER GREAT SPECIALS
700 Bread and Pie Plates, 26c kind 10c
'800 -Tea 'and Breakfast Plates, 36c
kind, for '. .15o
500 Dinner Plates, 40c kind, for BOo
1,000 pair Decorated .Cups and Sausc-
ers, for '. 18o
1 400 Coffee' Cups and Saucers ...B60
HAVILANO CHINA
Plates of all kinds, Salad Bowls, Re
lishes, Cups and Saucers, Immense
lot, at : 1 . HaXr FBXOS
10 OPEN STOCK PATTERNS
s AT HA lift TO CLOSE
English and American semi-porcelain
ware.
Austrain white and decorated
china and white and gold ware.
These lots comprise everything
in dinnerware from small individ
ual butters to 18 inch platters.
Everything In the line goes un
reservedly at ...
HALF PEICE
ALL OUR REGULAR OPEN '
STOCK PATTERNS A FIFTH
; OFF " '
These are our regular numbers
from which you can replenish at
any time. During' our January
sales is the best time to stock up
20 OFF
1
100 Long $15 Coats for Women
In a Great Friday
-v x Clean Uo . . . .
i . .ict v , , ....
. Did yeu aee them in the window this week? Few sale creat m6re
favorable comment than this one has., The coats are heavy, warm, fitted
and semi-fitted models in fancy mixtures handsomely tailored. We expect
to sell every coat Friday for nearly every one Is big f 15.00 value.
M7e 000 Una to oIom oat Xridayi . ;.'
WOMEN'S $20.00 SUITS.
' All fhla-season's purchases and desirable in every onse. . 'Positively
every one muat be closed out Doesn't this $10.00 price Interest you.
' XXKQiMXB WAISTS A January Clearance, embracing the larger part of
our fine tock. Dosens of charming styles done In lace and embroidery. It's
choice of our entire $2.50 and $2.75 Waists. In Friday' Bale, at 91-69.
rXVAXFZTEUlTTB OOWSTS A sharp break in price now. A fin lot of
heavy $1.25 gowns, nicely made from best materials for 89c
'WOMEN S $20.00 SUITS J dTi
WOMEN'S $23.00 PRESSES . . . 11 Q D
WOMEN'S $20.00 XATS, at. . ,
FRIDAY- BARGAINS GALORE ODDS AND ENDS HEMNANTS
Silks, Tash Goods,v Embroideries
Crowd-compelling bargains all through these sections. Look for
them Just Inside the main entrance. ,
80c SILKS AT 8c Good silks, new silks, spring, silks In messa-.
lines, Peau de Cygnes, Foulards, Taffetas and Black and White Wash
Silks, 69c, 75c and 89c values, all go Friday for 39 .
REMNANTS WASH GOODS 36 inch goods, all sorts of fabrics
that sold to 15c at, yard j 2H
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES Odds and ends, values to 10c for 2W
EMBROIDERIES Edges and Insertions, Swiss . and Nainsook,
some 9 Inches wide, values to 15c, for 5
iii v
Bargain Friday Corsets
Three strong bargain lots at one-third leas than regular values. Kxcellent
styles, strong, durable materials In batiste and coutll, in all lengths and
model to- fit most any figure:
75c Corsets,
special, t
Friday
$1.00 Corseta, Friday
special, at-
49c 69c 98 c
$1.60 Corset,
special, at
Friday
Friday Clearing Stransky Enamelware
i off
StranskV Knamelware is recognised as the best. tVe offer Pre
serving Kettles, Coffee Pots, Berlin Sauce Pans, 'etc., etc.,
from regular stock, at half marked prices ,
TUT WASH BOH.rS
Galvanised boltomt. No.
9 alXe, worth $1.50
65cy
IiISK TUT BOZXiSKS
Heavy copper bottoms.
No. 8 Blxe. worth $2.00
60 Pairs Dorothy
Dodd French Heel
SHOES
Kvery'woman knows Dorothy Dodd quality and Dorothy Dodd style and
these are the best In the line, selling regularly at $4.00 and $5.00. They
are all high shoes, patent kid and plain toes, inn mat kia
topB all are lace atyles anil have French heels, 0 pairs .
only, all aies. special. rUDit BAJOjr, 1AI.
$1,09
., r UENETT'S BIG GROCERY
Another fine Hat of week end savings on sale, bpth Friday and Saturday
Ntyle 00-9
The popular standby of the
Sorosis line, 13.50 per pair.
This very sensible pattern fits
more feet comfortably than any
shoe we know of.
It fits the heel and Instep snugly
and girea room for the toes.
. Sorosis do not stretch, Insuring
the wearer a good shaped shoe,
both before and after wearing.
The proof of the shoe is the
wearing.
Write us for Sorosis Catalogue,
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 South 13th Street
Frank Wilcox, Mgr.
ft ikVICm
1,000 Men Will Guy
Pants Hero
Saturday
ee miming
Offices for Rent
We offer epace, 15x35-6, on
: ground floor of the building with
entrance from court. 'This room
would make a very convenient of
fice for Real . Estate or Insurance
.. business.' . . ..
THE BEE BUILDING CO.,
R W. BAKER, SopL 17U til Farata Sti
A-W-F
SPELLS
COUGH
The Best Bemsdy for Coughs,
Oold, Throat ana banf Trou
ble 1
HOWELL'S ANTI-KAWF '
Get a bottle today. SSo and 6O0, at
your druggist or HoweU Drag Co- 807
809 H. IStb SU Omaha.
rnrtn FDD . Weak and nervous mea
IJJV IVA Who tltid their powir to
NFDVFC ,work and youthful vigor
gone as a result of over
work or mental exertion should tak
GHAT'S NERVK FOOD PIL.L.8. They will
mak you eat and sleep and be a maa
again. .
$1 Boa; S boxes ,$ZiS0 by tnalL
S3EB.IAT m laoCOWH!.!. SRUO CO.
Cor. lets and Dodge street.
OWL DBVO OOMPaJf T,
Cos. Iflta and Harney Sta OwaJaa. Jlekv
Palace Is Sure to Spring Sensa
tion With a WIHiamsport
. HoUnr't Citrn1ii(
Men. it rou need a rtatr of nanti
don't buy them until Saturday, and buy
them at our great manufacturer's sur
plus sale, at less than half their reg
ular selling prices 1,895 pairs of high
grade pants were purchased by us from
Stein & Co., (whose output Is the
largest of any pants concern In th
world.) at 46c on the dollar. Buy
one, two or three pair for you will
never have a chance like this again
Just to give you an Idea of what wa
are going to do Saturday
95c for pants worth to 92.00
$1.45 for pants worth to $3.00
q.'su iui yauis wuivu w Sij,uu
Sea our show windows and provi
It to yourself.
PALACE CLOTIilliG CO.
Cor. 14th and Douglas Sts.
Every pair guaranteed not to rip,
and buttons warranted .to slay on. .
M- There's ;
happiness, health,
4A love, comfort and w
m "ca"h in '.
m
1,
THE BCCR YOU LIKE
Ccmcmers'' Diitribnter
John Nittlcr
8224 So. 84th Street,
ponr. 'lees. ied'Vsao,
hi. A-iao. ;
aaiTilihgtftn;
6:00 P. M
to
iiicago
Way
Every
Evening
VIA
1
The Best Hour
The Best Train
The Best
To LaSalle Station
Yha i Chicago Terminal
of Rock Island Lines
Nearest the heart'of the city, and
the only station in Chicago on the ele
vated railroad loop. It is withiil a
few minutes' walking distance of. jail
the principal hotels and the business
and shopping district.? The newest,
most commodious and most completely
equipped station in Chicago. .
J. S. racHAllY, D. P. A., :Z
14th and Famam Streets, Omaha, Neb.
SfCSa&EDRl
List; corrxx bocczb
No. t size, worth fl.60
way to male It criticism sood. So It pro
ceeded to buy several machine of a new
pattern that are in use In New York In
lar(e numbers, and put them to work on
the prlmHpal street, a soon a the recent
blK storm began. ' From the account
printed here and the expression of the
Philadelphia city officials, I judge; that it
due the work by rids Inn th snow up Be
tween the car track and the curb. Team
and men follow a lent and clear the snow
ay. The machine la nut costly, but U 1
doubtful If our city council could be In
duced to buy one or two. If w had proper
treet cleaning- machinery,, with about
twenty large wagon to carry a decent
load of light debris op each trip, th city
could be cleaned a well a any man'
town. Vlllaice equipment will not aerve
the purpose atnc Omaha haa forged ahead
Into the top-notch metropolitan class."
' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I cheapest
because It is best.
Bennett's Best Coffee,
3 pound .for $1.00, and
100 stamps.
nennett'a Best Coffe,
1 pound Tor 35c, and to
at imps. ,
Bennett's Challenge Cof
fee, 1 pound for 18c,
and (0 siamps. .
'pride' of'' Bennett'
Flour, sack $1.66, and 80
tamps.
Teas'' assorted, per
pound (8c, and 75 st'ps
Teas, assorted, at, per
pound 48c, and 80 at'ps.
Capitol Baking Pow-di-r.,
I ib.' can fir $1.00,
and 100 stamps. 1
Maaappl !, Strait
Cub Pineapple, 10c cao
for 10 cent.
Cream Cheese, at. par
Virginia Swiss Cheese,
pound 25c, and 10 st'ps.
Double Stamp on
Butterlne.
California Table Rais
ins, on stem, lb. 10c. .
Small Sour Pickles, at
per doxen 5c.
Sweet Mixed pickles,
quart 20c, and 10 at'ps.
OamO& OATS, spe
cial, 1,000 two lb. pack
ages, 10c, and 10 st'ps.
Stallwerck Bros' Cho
colate, H lb. oak 25c,
and 16 stamps. ,
Poppy Condensed Milk
large can 10 and 6
tampa.
Navy Brans; the best
grade, six pouud 26c.
Initial Seeded Ralaina,
pound, package ,1,0c.
Pork and Beana, Beat
We Have. large, can,
18c, and 30 slunp. ,
i Double Stamp ' on
Granulated Bugar.
OUr 11 Franco
American, Julienne, Clam
Chowder, Beef and To
mato Soup, 16c quart
can SOc.
Hartley' Pure, Fruit
Jam, 25c, and 10 at'ps.
Mignonette Peas, S
cans fur 25c.
Chocolatlna, two cam
for 20c, and 10 stamps.
Diamond S Chill Sauce
12 He, and 10 stsmps.
Royal V nue Corn, t
can for 25c. -
' Karl Cleanser, 3 can
for 26c and 20 stamps.
Mine Meat, pint jar
16o and 10 stamps, j
Paragon Kgg Plums, 4 '
cans for 26c.
OOOXIXa Iowa Bars,
and Krult Wafers, fresh '
baked, very delicious, at
pound Ua.
Hew Orleans
Mil
'A rare opportunity to reach New Orleans, the metropolis of the
South, the city of social brilliancy and the home of the MarOl Ora, via
BSSQiniOQS erDtiraS
Only 032.20 Round Trip
TlckeU on sale February 1. 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 and 7. Good returning
until February 19th, with privilege of extension of return limit.
Write for free booklet. "New Orleans for the Tourist."
Tickets, reservations and detailed information at C1TV TICKET
OFFICK, 1 102 Famam Sl. Omaha. '
pound 2 to, and 10 st'ps
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BT m. B. Bt: JSUIS ffl.HBB..a . R . Bl. H B. .'g r.BBa, J8. n',.ta;. 1". g
SCHOOLS AND COI.I.EGICS.
EARUEY MILITARY ACADEf.lY
MAKING MANLY BOYS
Vr'lflla the body of tbe Vy, as well at the mind. Is a
recofrniaed ciwcuilal of modern education. I seeste years
e( ucceeful work this academy ban AtieUiprd the mlnlt and
bodies of many buys wbo have become aisuly mm. We utter
capable lattroction, wboleanme enTlrisni-nt, tliroi(h eijulp.
-..5.'MCDFMIG ind BUSINESS COURSES
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