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OMAHA. SVXPAY MORNING. APRIL V VJVK
S jSV a " .
Fcra Vfhitc Tailored Suit
4 repeat lODomnr nmr remarkable etffrr tf lM
Wednesday, wheat we ld . rr4 rricl '
r. Senres, futile, IH-g- ' " "to
coals VTupoc-. foods . . .
Mc aun ad Conine frergr. ( 1 . pood? . . G?C
Every piece rf wool; th very goods . .5SC
goct In greatest vogue for ntmA(..i fi,. j 51 00
"i.-V cocd $1.43
suits and coats; 4 0 10 SB-inch goods
I IJ I "Of, including a Kree Pattrra. J.
1 Ml f JK
n Jr . 5
Jvki " VX
1 v I
Long Corsets at49c-79c
Ixtet hip models cf fpleDdid quality tatifte. d?-
tinned on neir and fashionable lines. They are
rihlv trimmed -with lace. Garment? imle s-rec-
ially for u and featured a a Monday Ff-CH-ial.y.
All -white only, partem 10rt 7Q
::U:u-)i. -north 7.V and !'. for. . lv Ivt
ale and t fee Petticoa
The best $5.00 silk
petticoat we know of:
choice of a dozen
shades and change Lie
effects, xrith any g-oit
at $190 or over.
Our great twice a year wnition in tie suit rwir.. recoffnizel escii sp-on rs rrslia? b"t ojort unity for
money saving i K-he3uled for tomorrow.
Months of re'srch and planning are devoted to thee event. Sample? from well-known makers are secured,
.mjiari?on made, the gooi culled from the bad. then a social trip East by our buyer, with 7'rojM.s.al5 of big
orders if prices are narade sufficiently attractive.
Over 1,000 Distinctive Models From a Single Maker
tells the .eeret of this incomparable offer. The immensity of the order fairly staggered the maker who hap
pened to be sorely pressij for business Every suit is up to our sjecifi cat ions. Each a marvel of finished
tailoring and design. To heighten the interest we will for jut one day, present each purchaser with a hand
some $5.00 all silk petticoat, with any suit at JrlJ'-GO or over. The suits themselves are much below their real
value. The jettieoat proposition makes the offer simply amazing. V
A $25.00 Tailored Suit for $19.50 Choice of hun
dreds handsome Clinch semi-fitted coats, lined
throughout with satin and 19 gored full pleated
skirts. Suits have moire, silk, satin or novelty Per
sian long roll collars- The materials are strictly all
wool surges and
hard finished wor- y? 1
fleas, in iouowmg
colors, navy, olive,
tan, gray, reseda,
black. Even- suit
$30.00 and $32.50 Tailored Suits $25.00 The pictures
jxirtray the striking leauty of Jhese magnificent
suits. Their graceful lines and charming simplicity
are sure to win you in their favor. Shown in wide
waless. plain serges, worsteds and hairline cloths. A
few have just a
toueh of braid for
j trim. m?irt two
styles, with long
roll collar, all lePt
colors, $3010 and
$40.00 is the ralue of Suits at $29.50 You'll prob
ably not see another chance to buy a high grade suit
so ridiculously low, at least not in height of the sea
son. Among this lot are exquisite silk soutache em
broidered suits, fine French serges and wide wales,
with silk Louisines
or satins. Collars
are of silk or self
add to their
beauty. Best $40
J- . , Eli
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,ir m.. pvi m. .. w mi
t Offer r ft. I
FREE V h 'i
(M S (
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"We will make any
free of all cost to tou.
No extras of any kind.
A most ususnal offer.
You'll appreciate it.
April Clearing of Spring Silks
A sharp, decisive break in price on a large lot of splendid new silks, a clearing carrying
with it .the most attractive cut price we hare been able to announce in many moons. There
are plain Bengalines, checked Louisines, fan?y strip Taffetas, colored and
black Moires," striped Messalines," jlaid TaffE-tas, hairline stripes, T-5-in
xthife Wash STlli"ail' SS-incH'falcv CUTfons.- Tiere re 'silks for most
wa.r.ied purpose. The values you'll recogniz? up to $1-00 standards.
Salami rtrngnft. . tatra Tk tilt tor the igmntf
nelson; cool, lltfct and laaadon like linen; absolutely
DothiEf 1h lile t&em-for aerrice: for locc coals,
for dre. e., tnj many TroasB buy poBg fw
underwear porptwe as well: 6 pieces 70
feruine ionp; I1.2S aBfl $1.0 qualities IC
Black, 84Wsrt-ii TafXrta A beaTy, tandsome silk; lus
trous la fluisb, and full cf food service " QZm
A splendid $1.S0 qnaUty, at .- 03C
Prrspiratioa Proof ISlnck Wash Silk XoltiBR coor
in summer lor lfcoe -mho wear black; ;ard
wide and washable. $!. value, at
Parlor and Library Suites
Positively tire snap of the season tomorrow.
Our entire stock without a single exception
Mahogany, golden oak, Early English fin
ishes with silt, plush or leather upholstering
also all Turkish Rockers
Bed Rocn Rugs
ca.eihinc distinctly new. msde from new l&aterials
A tifh quality raf ni, in assorted colors and frined
v i!2 fee
S3.4S S4.9S S6.75
Colonial Potrr Rar For tbe nursery; tUustrated.
and witk nursery rhymes and historical prose woven
Jn rug. each, st 51 S9
S.H1KT WAIST IKIIE8
Our fire lin Cedar, matting covered, burlap covered,
or cretonne covered b.. st me-c.uaner
SHOE tm HAT BOXES ICsUxi: inches; matting
covered and banjVoo trimmed; brase rtides on corer;
bamboo feet; $S.C ralues Monday S1.4S
t'nderpriced indocements for tomorrow that can
leave no doubt In your mind of the wisdom of buying.
While Rep. Suiting Most desirable of year's inex
pensive materials for suits and waists; lfce quality
Sw-iaaea. IHaaitiea, Laws. Etc. All new. choice fab
rics for Monday; always sell at ISc, will b 12 He
Mara. S-ilk Malls and (1ecked or Stripe Batfele
All popular, 2bt, and Zbe white goods. Monday
in Liatea White Sailing 1 5-inch. exceUent weight;
Cie quality, at, yard 49"
Among the Linens
AH Xaaa TtUt Ikamaak T y irfls ide, rboice Ml term,
frn II. ri lir. at 1.00
ail Lun Wpkii : t.-iiir';. I.ti !::e. dozen 11.00
tit)i Hurt end Beth Ttiweln. try chuiv rrad. iiu-
aliy Jpr 3 w-n - 12S
B ajirtfi TriticT-i rifniir and cut comer tj-5e" "r
lienined, Ills junlitiw, lionaiiy I1.T1
(lHckti CmamiC r Tri wtdr. 12c rrd bm
vana Cti'bnc lir nnilfritr. lit rraJf .lie
Biaacnaa Bbaata. H xku-ui( u kir and itc kind c
JMiiew Caraa, 4iSfc-:nrU, our IffC l:nr. at 13c
A Kotatle Exhibit
Fine Embroideries Radically Underpriced
ever better values than now very fine Swiss Flonncings "24 and 27 inches
wide; showy Galloons, Bands, Insertions, Edges all in matched patterns
several thousand yards mostly 39c, 50c and 59c goods; Monday's sale,
Iialnty wji ;fxi-rc Bea u ti f al baby pattert.
In wde ranfe ol de:igaa, worth 25c 19JL
now at . . 122 C
Swiss Embroideries KaEdFotne goods, including edges
and insertions and bands, la matched pat- n
terns, ralnes to 39c, at ISC
Alio verm astd FkaBring Elaborate effects and very'
fine goods; 27 and 45-inch skirtings, worth
to $1.25; and allovers worth $1, all at wiC
Rawie Ilnesi Rmitiag The correct summer fabric, la
twenty shades; fall yard wide; nsuallr a
$c. t ; Zit
EcrpcUn Tiapaea Beantiful sheer fabrics. In gingham
patterns: many new color combinations.
per yard, at 7 ..23C
Side Band linens White goods with colored Grecian
border for trimmings; 3e value, jj n
now at . 11) C
S5-S7-810-$15 io $25
Tbee are tbe price that are winning for
u tbe refuitatioa of tle moat reaunaby
I wired millinery store. Yet !- e alone
neans Dothinx. It's tbe extreme beasty
and tbe richnefis of tbe hats themselves
that emphatically proclaims their raloe,
V Invite yoa to what we beliere to be
our presnier liMlay tomorrow. InerpeB.
iii hats rerealing aU ttte w ilchery and In
dividuality foretgB snodt-l. The artistic
toaxii is erer present. Flowers, wings,
(mamentti, nliUms rtr iiave been com
bined with indescribable charm, reflectiiis
the handiwork of master leiigner. Mon
day's exhibit i of great moment and we
bfpe to see yon.
Groceries for Ilonday and Tuesday
Macaroni. Plar and Cr--
i-ent. 2 pkTR SSc
and 1 V riampa
I'ianiond C S). II tidni B5c
Jfted. tiour IicKie. qi 10c
And It cimia
ert alixed i'iikiea.
it uurt Oe
And 10 tamp
Franco- American c-oups,
Tomata, Julienne, Jre.ich
Bouillon. Muart BOc
SifT-iinf CJluaa Starcti,
C lb boa tO
Ana Zl -Ln.jt
Sntd-ra Cocktail ritiad. f err
DrettKinc cr Lhili Sauce.
And 10 B Lamps.
Onion r-t'.a. 4 quarui - .15a
L'iamond Crjatal Bait,
sack and le ian u. 10a
Gilletts Mustard, il'tf
jar And 18 t-tempa ..1B
(ueen Cider Vuttfir, ot.
And 1 Ptanina
61 redded V'htat Biacuit,
T.kje and 10 ttniiw lte
P.01 E.alin, 3 be pkrv
; for 15
Jan Rre. K'c flualiv,
4 )ba for t5e
Kadium Unve Pnimn Ul
And 19 EtajTipa.
p-rup W. C. nrrnd. IH-
!h ran, worth 1 H "
fri lal 10c
Corr.meal. ve'Jow tr white.
-lb. sack lSc
Bfnnett'a Capital Coffee.
And If lamps
F.enneit a Golden Coffee
And JO stamps.
Bennatte Ideal Ceffee,
And ' 0 stampc.
Bennett's Exotlsior Flour.
And eS etamps
Bennett's Teaa. aaaorted.
pound ..... -..4
And h0 URit
Bennett a Teas, aaaorted.
And 40 aiamp
Tea Bifting-a, lic pound
Kectarinea, a fine aa (trn-
cota. 10c ih., I lb ..lac
All ready CodfisU. 10c
can. I fir 5c
Oiarm Grape Jelly. 3oc
alaKe. t for 5c
Calif. Kit Olivet, tc
cana for 5c
HurTley. Pure Fruit jam
aworted. ir Oe
Iejnn French Wuatard
And 1 atamns
Chicken Fed pot:nd . . e
Seeda of ail oi-lb, ylt
Sale of Standard Sets
The finest and largest collection of De
Luxe editions ever offered in any Omaha sale.
Hundreds of Oinahans have responded to our
sale announcements but assortments are still
intact These superb books positively
At One-Fourth Subscription Prices
catalogues ana price
list on request. Every
volume is perfect; each
set carefully boxed and
fresh from the bindery
Eun In and see them in
the book section 4 5
f n t h o rs, comprising
the w orld's bert litera
ture, are represented.
A most extraordinary
cflcr, tl;st everyone
who lores good books
will avail themselves
Some Things You Want to Know
The Supreme Court
Frraldent Taft a now conaider i toni
ahail ajpolnt to succeed ti. late 1'aviJ
Juaiab Brtaer aa aaaot iaie iuwile ef tba
aupreroa rcurt T t!. Vi.it ed Stkta. It i
a jfciUoa ftl.r lcnes-t bout and tba
aratoat refj.onell.l!iea. Tba Viuted
tatea aupreaia curt la uaiqua mt
vWe Judicial tribunals of tfaa woiid In
Ibat It ia aupretne in fact aa well as la
mix Tha conrre and tbe president
r.y da w tat ti.ey a iU ia eractu.C.and
approvina lefrialation ta sopremt court
xnuat at last dclfia w belter tha le-riala-tivc
asid icuilv action ia ia canaonanoa
itfc tt eukt!tuta. If tl.at court
aian.ua a law "uiwoiiautunonaT" it be
come at oil lsalid and unenfoi-teabl.
No taint .f .andal ever iaa le
ankrebed n tinuN ef ttia caaltad
triuunai. but K)Liiica dora affect it. Just
aa jHjUtk-a aflecia wui.ii. !
tuniaa WIiisa are vWBerneHi. First
if all. t!e uttoa tf tt.a supreme court
are aiiH.:ttrd ly tt.e president. Tba prea
ldent tlyi U. and aJa Biuat ba. a
lli;ui.a. It ia not ta le auiptd
any president wtil ap;oint ta tua aupreme
t,rh asy niaa bom be dwta not beiiee
to ta la ara-ipatty with ti caa politusj
Jeieaa Ttrrefurc. Mr Taft w.tl apro:i.t
amifDi slit tl.irks as Mr. Taft tfcUika.
A'tliouzW ta beca 5rt aiOMt tut
l r'te aer a er. ( tatkiKua iia
anuurred ta U mwwi court a.uca Mr
7 aft Iwea ta t'i.a "t:H W(ue Tbe
Tm. i fee f i.d ty tra a'ou' nux-ut t.f
liuiaa ii. L.urua X Teaaiuaoa. J uavtca
lurton is a democrat, but b and Mr.
Taft arc personal friends of lone tand
a.g and me diffearnca la Irtr name
probably does not indjeata a radical dif
ference in political idta. Only twice in
tba tu-turjr of ti country, nowaver. has
a man ten eleated to the cupceaae aearb
by a president of another iKUtical party.
Curiously enoucb. botb wen were from
Tenneaaee. both were democrat btfta
were appojnteS by repubiiiana and la eacla
instanoa a rloaa peraoaai uittmacy pra
c tided lle ae-lectiaa. Tbe aelerrJtia ef
Juatics Lurtoa waa en instance and tha
otber a aa tb appomtnet.i f Howell .
Jackson ty Preaidrnt Benjamin Harnaoa.
Just-toe Harla-n. aba uaa appointed la
1R7 by Ptsidect Hayaa, is tbe oldott mem
ber of tha CiMirt. Uaas appolntad but twa
aupretne Judaa la bis four )ara. Cietw-
a land in ua ftrvt term made twa sppoint-
j mrets. tiu ut Lit-h a-aa thai cf Cbief
!Juktica Fuilor, the incumbent, w us cam
itita offioa la lsti. Fiwaident Harnaoa ta
bat four ajra named four mea fur tb
supreoi bwich, eot wn of w&om ia now ta
aervioa. Juatic Hesu-y B Broa-a uf M-ichi-aan
and Jusxicw Oeorg t!ta:-aa uf Ftannsyl
vajtia are !ru.(. but they bat tons;
reared f:oaa tba court. Juauoa Jarkaoa
dM4 ia li ai4 Juauca Breimr, tba Wat
of tba Harrteoa appuiniaes sm a tb
bencb. but racanUy naiawd away.
la 1 aacond Una Clevrlaad aaaia aa
pe.ctfid ta uds. Jutuc fedktam. aba
aaa aucx41e4 i Jtuv Lau'Vus. aud Jua-
ticc White, who is cull ia aruve ini w,
MrKmlev, la a little more tiiaa trfur years,
tnude but one apttuntmeiii to tbe supretue
bench, that of Justice Mc-a.er.ns, no ptrt-
in. Boofcevelt. In aeven yoara, appointed
three JudceK. Justioea Holmes, Iiay and
Moody, all of whom are arucc. Mr. Taft
baa made ot appoiotaar.t and has another
under consije ration
It ta probable that Mr. Taft ia Lm fuur
eara will bav aeveral utber supreme court
seiiectloM ta make. Cbief Justto Fuller
and Justice Harlan are each 77 ears did,
and Juatic Holmes is fir jLs tba Justices
may retire at tba as of 7 or an?' time
thereafter vacancies ar 1 labia ta vceur at
ary cme. Jus;k McKenna ia iT. Jnetioe
Lunoa ia St. Justir W tiia ia C Juatica
Lay is 1 and Juatica Moody is C- Juatice
Muody, tt only man ta tba bench under
c, has been lrxajiacltatwd by Lineas for
aevarai munuis and may seitf retura ta
acttt aervlce. It is not at all innrtbVl
tr.r Mr. Taft. ta tba cwurae f his pieaest
term, mai' ba caTVd upon t xiaiae two ot
tbiaa more Jam it a. la tiial eient t a ill
have aout.) wuoirtuir4 tba mtjonty ta
fuUijea aiwaja baa had ta dv wita tb
auprcma court- bota Hi Aemucratje ai.d
tb rtipubitcaa partica cam tnta aLiataau-
as tb result of popular upruobes aaint
tba aupiame court- JeTtaraua tinned tlie
aaU lt-di iaiiata te uppoaruva ta Ja.a Jay,
tba first ctutf tuaiiea. atid tb uumj of
tba tint SujMaai wut, aad fx ,i nr1d ue
detnot:ratle party. It was the popular dis
approt al of tta tred-Scott deciamn Lich
breathed life and poaer into the nea-born
republican party oa tlia ev of the civil
Tbe treat chief juetice, John Marshall,
was elerated to tha ii'.cbert judical pl
tiun a bile in tta try act or a-ssi.'.iiic Jol.n
Adams ia the packing" f the entu e f rd-
e:al Judiciary of tbe ccuu'.ry ariuntit the
inoomiiif Jt:ffera'jn admibitratun. Tet it
ti Ma.rMhall on tbe supreme t ench who
Utok a flimsy pisca of jiapex labei-d "tta
constitution" and transformed it, by ti
aicbt-rny of a great brain, into ttie nation
vhicn in 11jS is known ail over tbe wor.d
aa tbe Great Republic
Nat only hxs the pi'ei6eut, by virtue of
his appointing poaer, a political ltifluanc
upon tba court, but coherers also has some
leverage, tmct it has tb rifcti to deter
mine tbe number of Jutie for tbe court.
Ia tbe time of Andre JscWson to ot nio
crats increaard tba s;se of ttfc -court ta
tea mtsmliers for political purjHMiek. Id the
time of Andre' Jfhiidoti Cotitrt-Me ue-
craaaed ti aise uf the couil la order thai
tba pretiidmt curat rot f.ll a tu-UKj. In
lh disputed piiue!t.al nw-tiua of l&'i
tb flva DitrELlH-ji of ttia fcL.pi-aae couit
etiuxic oa tba eiectuial cmn:ttuiua eie
aa reliably parUbn as t v er pr;y putictaa
Karely has tb suprem ci uil had Wftut
U as many cu.ae of tremendous miiiortance
aa tioa a salt aeciMoa. I su tbe (teUMii,
in tba utidard oil aud luwov t--u
uucf and ia tta corporauuo tax ce, may
depend tb wbo futur uf buaiiuiaa and
ibduatry in Jtmeriua. Tueaa cases were
arcued bef-ta ritt Juatiuea, Justic Miody
baiua ilL Jusuo brra-er has sine diad.
but A is puaaitia that ba alraady had f .itji
bis ota and thai It had bees "uoia"' is
ad vane uf tba fiol preuararua f tb
opiiiiona Ti-ia aaa su ia w i m u
which Justice P'fickham eat Kn vol was
jpven and was coutited. but th opinion
a as not prepared and handed down until
after Justice Pectham's death, la any
ei-tnt, tb aevec justice now active will
tl ceremony. But when Justir Harlan HYSTERICAL HORSE
borrow a cbew or tobacco irom juKt.ce
'VThit cm tb bench, tbe v isitor is fin n
to see that hoae-i-er powerful may t tbe
supreme court, its Judges are still Atneri-
ON A WAD JOURNEY
decide tbe (-reat trust eaees. Justine Moody ; cana and etill demvcraUL
ts 111 and President Taft probably ail! ntt
appoint J u fit ice Breaer's sunoeafinr uhtd
Utesa crea-t casa hare been disposed ct.
i Sixty-three men have secied on tbe su
j preroe lent h aincc tbe establishment of tb
; ru eminent in nHh. They have com from
: taenty-ttraa deferent states, so that ex-
ac'Jy oue-l-:f of the states of the union
! have been represfn'.ed, at on time or an-
tnber, on the supreme tent h. Nt York
has seve Justices to lit cteuit, tat. re first
piace. Massachusetts and Ohio, with ail
each, coqse seat Pennsylvania Virfinji
and Mar; 'land each have had frve;
Carolina. Kentucky and Tennes. eau-J)
ha had three; North Carolina New Jer
sey, GeoT-fia, iahama. 1.1 ncu and Cali
fornia, each ha' e had ta n. -hi Connecti
t ut. New i.'atrpahifa. Main. Joaa. Mio
tuswppi. Kuiaaa. MichipLa and Loujilana
have ted one eaih.
The power of th supreme court f nal!y I
ta determine whether or not a lecifciativ ,
or executive act ta or is not valid under j
tii constitution was not expressly granted
by th makers of th constitution. Thai :
instrument sought to create three aetiarate j
departments of government, legiaiatie. i
executiv and JudKtixl; and to kft-p them j
separat with tb esreptiuu of certain ;
executiv f unctiona vested in It senate j
The poatrr t tiuliify a law by branding
it "unconstitutional" waa the first and
groattst new principle added to tb cun-
. , . f lll ULIL'B IB 1.11V ITIFTM Ol IIIIOF irLSUltm.
los-adlea a C i(r Mart aad Alaaaat
taaaea m raaie at Looea '
j It was not done without oppoa.uoii. fur
Ttiere was a strong party
deny tba right cf the court thua La deter
mine what was or -a as nut constltutimial.
It a as proposed that every member of t he
court be impeached for presuming ta de
clare an ai t of congress uncoimtlt uuoi-nl
and for smd.bg a mxudattius to tl. aer
Th your.gert man eier ppo.cied to th j retary of state. John Pjidolph of fianok
suiiresn inc h was the famous Justloe aas a leader among those aba believed!
Juee.h ury of Msaaaci.uiM-ua. wha was that tbe jjdfs tiad oommitted a hirh m.h- caiti enunglod aith a hrary va oa tt
aifiointea by i-resiav.nl Maaison ia isii. tit , demeanur dearrving imwatthment and re- way doan Sixteenth street
A bora with hysteria invaded a cigar
store and cauaed a panic at Sixteenth and
Farni.ro smts Just befor noea ftatnrday.
'bii the midday throng filled tb SLreota
Tbe borae. hitched ta a light buggy, th
property of Nathan Horn, cigar Jobber,
was etauding in front of tns Viuted States
National batik, a ben it broke loos from,
the poat and dashed down th sidewalk.
Iralng the tougry after him. tb bora
ran bead and shoulders int U Nlles at
Mtavw cigar store, ubder lb corner of tba
hich sourtt ts j nana oiuiaii.g. a tumbling maas or trigna-
enod peiijilr pmg up ahead of him.
Offirera Mint and Proa n held back th
jieopl aprnachtiig from the other come? a.
and in" a few minutes a Jam of fright
ened humanity filled the intersection.
Th bora . changed his directlua and
burked out of tii cigar vturc and turned
tb corner, losing th buggy, wia it few.
waa but II ; ears old a in be took his piao
oe tii bench. hwe he served fur thirty.
I tour yoara Tbe oldest man tvtr appuinted
as J ustk a L-unoa, tb oui g. n member
of tie prewnt ra-rt in wHil of oerv-ioa.
He a aa at t vocnmiasiutaoU.
Tii court boids lis outings In w bat was
oar tb ot-.ns.ie chan.ber in the capitol ai
Waat.ii.gtun. It ia a awiail room, tb greater
part of wt.wa ia roered fur the awmWn
moval Trom ciTTi:-e when they set aside a
law aa uncot-ftitutioiial. But bis foilowtng
a as comparaiiiely maager, and bef.ire John
MiLrshail'S day on tb bench aas over th
plastic constitution had t-a t xed and. ae
fax a tb federal Juln Sary is ctn.oerned. it
baa remained uncnanged fur quit a oen
tury. arr raxnxaio j. aULSzzs.
of th bar. Hwter. lb iourt r t I j
alaajs open and acyon may outer pro- Se Va tarasrt th monthly rofwy
tdd thero ia loom for Linv Tii Justine ; aaent lans of bom loans ts surest, ruoap
waar biavk allkea robea, ua mill peua and lest. o-lckei Nebraska Kavings and Loan
vpea wach ctiaii.ie of oourt w its Sum lit-J azsoclaUos. 1(1 lioard af Trad buUd-i
A block farther down tb street tb boras
aa tapturrd. after hearty ruhbii.g doaa
twa frightened women shoppers who were
uaable ta duoga from bis path.
lrt.l iii a tiot tijured. and tha oa!r
daniaire was slight injury to th buggy
and tbs demolition cf a Urn at tb case
j store comer.
Mr. Horn cam from th bank afiar taa
n.ufuemn aaa over ta find his bora miss
ing Th tired abd rentatit animal a aa
restored to bis oaner by tha poiica.
pera-stei-t adierusoig la tb toad tc
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