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fUE T.EE: 0MAI7A, FRIDAY. ATRIL" 15. . 10 V
AUNIH UAH CALL bilLU
Governor Proclaims April 22 u Tree
Plantia . )ay.
LETCCLS C1IHJ3 HAY GO E2T
t- - Pe-well, Vfalxr ef rtrix
nerd, tan He Will lrr Stria-
Bi! l r to Valae
i 1TTS AFT AIM
Frmi a Staff Correspondent.) i
LI.VCOU. April H. .Special Telesram-) j
'Jovemor hailenberger today issued (lis ,
annual Arhorday proclamation calling,
upon the rtttsrnn of to plant :
trees according to the usual custom i
April a. j
t". 5. Powell, memher of the excise board
of Lincoln, today said that he would recom- j
mend to tlie mcImi board that atrtngi-nt (
rules be adopted to prevent tlie sale of
liquor In clubs. This question has nut bun
discussed at ImnTh by tlia hoard.
The ?tnte Railway cummlsuion has de
cided to employ V. G. T're uf Omaha. '
former of the Board of County Commts- ,
loner of Douglas county, to value the 1
terminal property of the railriada of I
Omaha under the terminal tax law. j
w I -
to have been whollr accidental
blame waa attachable to no one.
n"wi were three other stem'
helpers and Contractor Evtna.
occurred Imined.ately after the
He rem or
t a atone. Ma.ruim losing hia baiance.
... i r ii It..
a remarkable remeay lor uiurw uaa
tressinir feminine ilia from which ao
many women suffer.
If you want special adrire about
your cam write to 31 rs. Pinkham,
at Lynn, Mam. Her advice ia
free, and always heipiui.
Pkea Ceaapaeies tm Bad. J
The State Railay commiiialun ia loon.- i
lna U" a number at telephone companies
"hiob have tlialr rais on file, but whone
i ?Vj"ers have bten declared forfeited by
thr secretary of state because of a failure
to pay their occupation tax. The foilow- j
Int companies, according- to Hie rnrtn '
of the secretary of slate, have no author-
ity o da business: I
AiMon Lnretto Telephone companv. j
Aihton; Annrar Telephone companv. Ann- 1
c;r; Callaway A Oizad Tetepnnne com-1
r"H"A'. lailaw.'iy; Deuei County Tlt phone I
toiTnany. Clianfieil. iixchnoK Teirpiicma
company. Spr:nH-v(BW. Farmers' fo-
operative TKiepnona company. ilvwml;
niuaer Home Tiepnone company. Edirar; :
Curtis A Vox Creek Telephone company. I
t urtle; Farmers' Independent Teiepmme i
companv, CrawforoV; Urnyson Telephone
company. Piters; tout I'reeK Telephone
company. Bluomlnirtc"i ; McConk Telephone
company. Jlm'ook; Maxwell .fc Bradv Tnl
ephime nompany, Hiady: McLean Tie
puone company, McLean: North Loup Val
'"V Telephone coinpany. Burwell, Xorth
wet rA Telephone company. Pierce;
I Hfeia.la-KeVMtynn Telephone oompany.
Otialauai; faxton Telephone company, Pax
ton, Hlvcrton Telephone company. River
ton; Red Line Mutual Telephone company.
Hurr jk; Sutton Telephone company,
fuiton; !mit?ifleiii Mutual Telephone ram
, j: : . I'mjthfieid and Wavne Independent
: '-ahone company, vvayne.
.1e Hates for Rnakrllle,
Tha railway commission has ordered the
Rushvllle Telephone cornpaaiy. on and after
Uy L 1910, to ehargfr and collect t.'ie fol
lowlng'schejule of rates and charges: Busl
nesa telephones. $l.a per month; residence
telephones. ft.i per month, 25 cents per
month discount to such subscribers aa
fumtklv tlieir own telephone instruments;
wltcAintf farm Una telephones. 16.00 per
year, payable semi-annually. C"0 six
months in advance.
, MTiraar Write Letter.
Governor SUalienberser. in c3nn?cUon
with the recent letter from the Soldiers'
t home at Grand Island benrinx on condi
tions there, has sent the following letter
', to the commandant. Ell Barnes:
My Dear Colonel I have learned from tha
public press and elsewhere of some com
plaint as to tha character of the meat he
rn furnished the Soldiers and dallorV j
, Home, which ia under four cuntroL. .SMjne :
J of rtifw.: nwrrars- gcem ' to emanate from
one Van Ness, an Inmate of tlie Institu
tion of wnirtt vou are rummumlunt. ami
. who has shown by communication placed j ExaiBe board will be-more liberal this year
in evidence betore the board InvestiKittion ) thnn It xu last, and I wouldn't be ur
V .C'a", TZ2? emmfy ",-0 i to see the board irrant a license for
and ha openly-admits in uia ietter handed i on" or two wholesale houses, where people
to me t'.iat u is xeekina; to create trouhie j could buy a case of liquor and have It de
for politics! purposes 1 do not intend Uiat j IlvrH, to tneir homes.
any pre iuii aiiati be neieiwted thut will ! ; . . .
saleauard lue cliai-act-r ot the food furn- 1 "The Uncoln was ajrainst the
- hed the members of the Sold.ers' Hume, j open bar and places of temptation for the
Tha Board of Purchaa and Supplies eon- atull.ntJ. Uncoln may he, as Dahiman
tracta fur food and ciothins ot fiiat clans , ,, . . , .
quality, and it la my order to you that If : sa, lttrf" eollese town, and for this
at any lima meat or other foods of a ! reason tlio people are Inclined to do all
pertsimble nature are offered to you hv 1 tnpy c:irl to jesFen the temptation aucround-
contractors in a condition in any wise ruit i , ., . ,.
up to a firt i:iasa standard, you are t; in? attending- tha univers.ty. Feraon-
rejoct It at once and notrfy the contractor ' ally I think that tfie American Idea, of the
liquor question Is all wrong. In European
. countries liquor can be obtained anywhere.
and there la but little drunkenness. While
f ws In Cuba I noticed that the stuff
could be bought at almost every other door.
! Th people UBed' liquor, chiefly wine, as a
beverage and seldom became drunk. If one
saw a drunken man on me street tne
'chance are he -would' be an American."
Switching- off to politics. Postmaster
.Slzer said that he wasn't a politician, but
Pe Forest. Wis.
"Aftr aa optra-
tion ronr years ago
I had pnins down
ward in both sidea,
backache, and a
weakness. The doc
tor wanted me to
have another opera
tion. ItookLrula E.
ble Compound and
I am entirely cured
of my troubles."
llrs. ArorsTS VEsrEUMAjnf. De Tor
Another Operation Avoided.
New Orleans. La. "'For years I suf
fered from severe female troubles.
Finally I was coniined to my bed and
the doctor said an operation was neces
Barv. I irave Lydia E. Ilnkham's Veg
etable Compound a trial tlrst, and
w.m mtnt from an operation." Mrs.
Ln.Y PETHOTTX, 1111 AerlereC St, XeW ( ry to ask for a franchlee in the metrop
Or'eann, La. j ol,' A francn,8 for f-ftT years haa been
Thirty vars of unparalleled success ! granted in Haveioc.it.
Contirmrt the power of Lydia E. Pink- The proposed line. If built, will be bonded
ham's Veiretaole ComrHjund to cure I for the full cost of construction. Mr.
female diseases. The great TOiume of j Scharff has a report by an eminent etigl
nnsolicited testimony constantly pour- , nPer showing that eren with the payment
in? In prores conclUHirel that Lydia ; of interest on these bonds the road can be
ii. nnnnam S vecetauic muiuau m profitably operated.
Scharff Asks for
Purchaser of Omaha & Bebruka Cen
tral. Assets Files Application,
with Has tin Council.
HASTINGS. Neb.. April 14. Special.
Frank E. sJcharff of Lincoln, who pur
chesed the right-of-way and all aeaeta of
tlie Omaha A Nebraska Central ratlnrad
project at receiver's aale. has asked tha
Hastlnga city council for a franchise giving
the Omaha. Western A Lincoln Railroad
company the right to use certain streets
The Omaha. Western A Lincoln haa taken
over the ameta purchased by Mr. Scharff.
and la said to have European capttai avail
able to construct the road aa soon aa com
plete right-of-way and terminal franchises
are obtained. Mr. Scharff informed the
council thai the plana prepared for the
road contemplate conemiction and equip
ment complete that will cost CT.OM per
mile. The route will be from Omaha to
Hastings along the projected Nebraska
Central line, with a branch from Tha Platte
river to Lincoln. He said arrangements had
been made with the Omaha Street Railway
company to use any or ail of the lines of
that city, and it will therefore not be neees-
served by the agent, and then refused to
accept the- ring, claiming it was not the
right color. Mr. Mirhaelson arrived in this
cily this morning and identified the ring
as the one he sold and shipped !o Marsh.
The stranger had eight other rings in his
poseession, two containing pearl settings.
SAYS NOT EVEnITrAIN
WOULD MAKE LINCOLN WET
"EverytatuHT Dry Sow," Oeelavree
Postmaster K. R. Slaee, Here mm
Short Baaiaeaa Trip.
"Everything is dry !n Lincoln and a rain
won't make the town wet," jokingly said
Postmaster Edward R. Slser aa he alighted
from a Eurllngton train. Mr. Slier came
to Omaha for a short business trip and was
inclined to be optimistic concerning the
ilquor situation In the capital city.
"Some of the people are kicking and
grunting." he said, "but the great major
ity ara satisfied. I think that the repeal
of Rule 12 of the Excise, board, which pre
vented common carriers from delivering
As Mr. Scharff did not act for Immediate
action hia request for a franchise wae de
ferred for later consideration.
Lines Adopted at Meeting at Grand
Island Hot Satisfactory to Many
BROKEN BO'W. Neb., April 14. (Spec ai.i
Division representatives from several Cus
ter county towna were In Broken Bow yes
terday and held a conference to change 1
the division lines recently adopted. The
meeting was strictly private. Broken Bow
people being carefully excluded. The di
vision convention was held two weeks ago
at Grand Island, at which time lines were
agreed upon cutting Custer county Into five
parts. These lines were found to be so
unsatisfactory in certain sections of the
county that 1t was necessary to call a con
ference of divisionists. Broken Bow seems
to be the bone of contention, aa none ot the
proposed new counties are willing to take
the city In their territory.
The former lines put Broken Bow In the
northwest county and the people of Merna,
who expected that town to be tha new
county seat, strenuously objected. Lines
great measure for the big majority In favor j V'l!" U1""1" B-"1 Bo- b tn
of keeping the city dry. Theer waa no doubt
Hoard of Education, dropped .lead Wednes
day afernofMi at his home there of sx
plexv He wsa year of ae and leaves
a w'dow and two children.
M Ct-vOK Mrs. Fllxa Odeil. aged 7 vears.
died T'leedar nlaht of peritonitis at :he
home of her daimitee. M-s. R. F Olcottln.
'his city. The bodv was taKiei to Hr-mki; n.
la., for bursal, her son. E. C te!l of
Brooklvn. arriving in this city the night
of her death, and accompanying the corpse
MCOCIR The Smith western Vehraska
Declamatory association has ben nlmttted 1
Into the Nebraska H.gh School Declama
tory union and MoCimlt expecta to secure
the next state meeting In May.
WTMORE The secretary of the Roosters'
club la In CTr-epomtenoe with a man wvi
deelree to hmld a tlV flour mill In Wv
more. Wvmore eitiacna will take ha.f the
stock. He will come to Wvmore In a f-w
dars. Promises have alreadv been secur-d
from cltixena to take ver half the stock.
WTMORK-Th city council bas enraged
John Mohrhecher to- enntimie with tets
started last fall to locate a supply of water
for city us. Mr Mohrhacher will b.srin
work in about twn weeks In the vicinity
of the Burlington's Blue river bridge. ,
WTStORE There! Is no change reported
lnrallv In the Boilermakers rike. The
men here are still out and their places sre
vacant. One mitaider worked a short time,
but was Induced to quit.
WTMORK There are six applicants frr
saiiMms In Wymor. James Kaliout. James
Plsor. Charles Snow. Daniel O Donnell and
Harry Meek, residents of this city, and
tterman inennaus or Alma,
j CENTRAL CITT-W H. Pierce of Clarks
1 waa brought here Wednesday ard arraiimtM
I before the board of Insanity to be examined
under the provisions- of he dipsomaniac
law The board decided that he waa a fit
subject for treatment and he will be taken
to Lincoln by Sheriff Her at once.
HARVARD In this vlclnitv winter wheat
conditions are very uneven, some fine fields
and others badly shinned by vartuuB causes.
1 BKAVkR CITT At S meeting of the
Board of Education at a late hour last
night W. T. Davis was re-elected principal!
I of the Beaver City schools for the ensuing
I year for the third term.
BEAVER CITT-C. H. Avers bareiv
escaped death this morning bv an explo
sion of a flash light used In connection
with a phoiographin ontfit. Mr. Ayers
sustained a badly lacerated hand.
CAMBRIDGE The Republican Vallev
Association of Congregational churches
closed tonight its annual session of two
days. Delegates and ministers have been
present from eighteen churches ranging
fpm Red Ootid on the east to Trenton and
Palisade on the west. Rev. J. rt. Bayne
of Holdrege waa elected moderator for the
PLATTSMOCTH Sheriff Quinton accom
panied two young men. Harris and Lvnch
to the state penitentiary todav. Thev
pleaded guilty in district court to havlna
forcibly entered and stolen clothing from
the store ot Borne AY rmvi n c-
Water. Judge- H. D. Travis sentenced them !
... rc. .a IW.J ji-an in tne state penitentiary
Ask your grocer for a Free Package
of the daintiest of all chocolate confection3
one package given free with every pound a n
In my mind biU what the vote would be
against the liquor trafSc. I think that the
and the Iioaid of public Lands and Uu.ld-
Ings so tni the intttreats of tlie people in '
your charge ami of tne state snail be pro-
V title not wirliing to glwe countenance
to stories sent out bv your personal anil
po.imal enemy for the admitted purpose
of in.i'ir.iig yiu and tins ailmliiiHtratlon. I !
. wlan to convey to you In "he strong-stj
terms that I expect that notlnns but the ,
- be-t service, euro and food is to be given
in the men and women In your intit'.itlon '
- w ho denerve the especial care of the sta.'e. ;
New rmes for the guvernrrent of your in-
dhposltion of tha city between the south
east and southwest has nor aa yet been
determined on. The divisionists are having
their full share of trouble In fixing the
lines, aa they refuse to stay fixed.
The trouble with the county from a di
vision standpoint la that there are not
enough county seats to go around. Every
town that gets a cinch on the county seat
whoops it up for division, and those that
are left out become rabid amis. At the
last election division waa defeated by LSOO
majority, and by reason of the unpopular
lines recently adopted, it Is expected to far
exceed that If the question Is ever brought
to vote again.
Feeble-Mlmaleel Pereem Weda.
BEATRICE. Neb., April 14. Special
Telegram.) The Board of Supervisors In
session here today learned that Julia
Holmes, an Inmate of the feeble minded
Institute and a ward of the county, had
recently been married at Wyraore to Sam
uel McWood. and passed a resolution In
structing County Attorney F. O. McGIrr to
proceed at once to have the marriage set
aside and prosecute the parties according
The nice things folUs say about
After you try them with cream,
"Tie Mcnory Lingers"
Pkgs. 19c and 15c
Postum Cereal Cnmpany, Ltd.
Battle Creek. IRca.
the most popular of all western product?,
in steadily increasing use on the Pacific
Coast for nearly forty years.
Learn to say Ghirardellis (Gear-ciTQ
dellys) when you want the genuino
original, superlative Ground Chocolate.
It is made by the most modern scientific
process from the finest cocoa beans
and is guaranteed to be absolutely pure.
D. Gtiirardelli Co.
; Since 1832
II aav . si .
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's rVMM-CaML the uitmwtlc powder It care,
painful, smart ins, neT-rous feat, and Intamtr tas
ttis vttng out of ooma and burlona Ifs Uis srosttsjt
eomtnrt dlooT ot the mae. Allen' Fil Ca
ntta tight or new ahoea feel av. It la a rtain
cure for swmuna, railetm. iwollen, tire, achlna
fert. Aiwsra am It to Break In New aaaaa. Try It
toAay. sold eiintraw. By mtll for 3Se In Matava.
Don't mm any aabsutut. Vor PREB trtai pack
as adorsaa Allen a. Ulmauad. La ft or. N. T.
51 n HTTTTa tn
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
flaa) Dallas A T
Pctatcss, Lain Grass, Flaming Euiiis, Be.
. War Was to 1 time and money planting
doubtful feeds wheit you emiv buy seeds that
grow from f
lVct)rasla SGoctl Co.
t 613 Howard Street . . Telephone Douglas 1139
board and will be approved by the gnv- i he expressetl the opinion that the Insiiif
eraor aid sent t-t you tor your KOKtum-e en:s have fallen flat." and asld that the
I wish you would sfnd to me at once your inHUn:. element In the republican party
report aa to any foundation for the statu- . , , . .
. . . . , . .. ... . . : ,sn never hrne for victorV hV lcalr. rne
r.rntl"'11 m V. T - T...1..r"n" . .:.. ... I today of fully one Inch. Small train Is
your ciiniK Very respectfully. j poaitnastpr. "is by iointnc forces with the
Colonel 11 A. Etnra. Burkett. Neb. ( detmicratic part; .
OOALLALA, Neb.. April 1. (Special
Tieram.) Keith county (ot a laaasy rain
Caln'a Cent Syateoe Gaed. j
IirviJ-RF:E. Neb.. 'April 14. Special (
R. J, Caiti, a farmer of this county, haa J
reocl'-ed reports on "the samples of corn ;
'wucji he recently sent to the Agricultural ;
.:h4a at Uncoln to.be tested. Mr. Cain 1
" lawt'fail wh.a he huheod hia corn pick.-d j
0at fifty ears, alonaT with his other corn
for seed and stored It this winter In a j
dr. 7 place. From thewa fifty ears this spring I
he toak kernels front each sending, the
toral, 300 kernels, to the state farm for
teMtinif. There, of the UT kernels tested.
39 greir Only one ear waa bad, all of the
sis k-rnela of that ear falling to sprout.
C!n haa f.tr some time been settina!
the standard In Phelpa county cini frow
tng, and this year many of his neighbors
and others hu have beard of his success
ful methods will plant the crop as he does.
The last season Mr. Cain's way of plant
ing the corn on account of the dry weather
which has prevailed during July. August
and September Is to Hat tha seed, and that
not to.) thick, in- yrr. cam a judgment.
Blame for Aeeldesj.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. April U.-i Spe
cial Tflcitram.) The coroner's Jury Inquir-
looking fine. An Inch of rain fell the last
week In March and the crops have made
Mknuka Ifewa Neteav.
BEATRICE O. G. Coonley of Plckrell
. . m , , , ,. , . . an (l jsrs, ora utmo oi una coy w.ra
mt? inio me aciin oi Ainanner I marrlet at Katrbury yesterday. Thav will
Omaha, who fell from the roof of the post- . mBl(0 their home on a farm near Plckreil.
office building while engaged with four j BEATRICE flalen Wonder, an old real
other men in tettins a stone, found death j dent of Ulua Springs and member of the
. Sat Slaat tat Blur Harry.
FRjCMONT. Neh.. ApMl U (Special.) li.
S. benney of Fullerton was arreated a;
Coiumbua on the request of the city mar
shal of North Brnd yestetday on a charge
of violating the speed law with his auto
mobile. Denney met two men by the name
of 11a iter wno live on. the Hershey ranch
and they claim he ran pust them though
a gnaled to atjp. The twa men were thrown
ui ana me .ider. a man about 70. became i
aerlously inlured. Denney
hulked on without stopping. The uiuou
scloua 9ian was picked up a f w minutes
laier by anoiaer man tn an automubile and
Trouble With Borlutcbe and Dizziness Cauwtl by Diseased Kiilncys 3Ir. Wm.
Uaxter Trietl Most Every Known Remedy
He Was Then Completely CurtMt by Four Buttles of Warner's Safe Cure. A
Sample Bottia Will Be 8?nt Free to Any Reauler
of Tltr? Omaha Bee. Who Writes.
Unsolicited stJitrmtMita of thla kind from reputable men like Mr. William
Baster of Minneapolis Minnesota, are overwhelming proof of the merlta of
Warner's Safe Cure aa a cure for all disease, of the kidneys, liver, bladder and
blood. Thousands of letters are received from grateful men and women, who
have suffered tortures with Kidney Dlaeaee, Bright's Diseaee, Inflamed Bladder,
Cric Acid In thts blood and other complications caused from diseased kidneys
backed by the results, lie obtained, it is far and who have been completely cured with a few bottles of Warner's Safe Cure,
butter to have some empty hills than it is j Mr. Baxter writes: "About a year ago I waa troubled with bladder and
to have many hills containing three or i kidnev trouble, and I had tried moat every known remedy, aa well aa several
of our loading physicians here la Minneapolis.
"I was troubled with backache and dizzlreea, and waa not able to perform
my dnty aa detective. A personal friend of mine advised me to try your great
remedy, by which he bad been cured four years before.
"After using one bottle I was ablo to continue my work, and four bottles
completely cured me. Now I am aa well aa ever In my Ufa.
"I wiHh to thank you. for what you have done for me, and until my dying
day I will praise the merits of Wrarnera Safe Care." WILLIAM BAXTER, 10 i
3d St. S., Minneapolis, Minn.. (Supt- Baxter's Detective Agency)." j
If you are troubled with bachache, dizziness, aching Joints, nausea orj
other symptoms of Kidney Disease, or if In the past generations any of yotiri
forefather have bad kidnev trouble you should lose no time tn testing what'
tan!d in the rem. and waa draped some' " ftrn r " " v'ur" wl" u" ,or you' " wm uc,P'1 lio llrst aoB- !
distance and aeri..! inl,irui .,. : ir is a compound mail up from tne jueiea or medicinal aeroa scientifically.
compounded, and while it is rail of curative pronertiea it is termless and leaves 1
no bad after effects. It clears uo the liver, kidneys and bladder, and enables j
the kidnevs to da their work effectually. It la put up in 50c and $1.00 sizes i
taken la North Bend. The v.,n- m. 1 and sold by ail druggists.
waned with a few bnilei Dennev will ! When the bowels do not move freely It shoatai that the liver Is Inactive, end the
back to Dodue county for trii I bila. Intttead of beina- eliminated by tha Intestines Is taken up by the blood. In coo-
trie. nuance th. Interne! ursans ar. deranged and you have a bilious attack After rre- ,
, qurnt attacks the akin tMcomas eailow and rnuwn. Tou are troubled with headache,
conatipatlon, coated tontrue. bad breath, aour atTnacb. lossi of enpettte. pains In the;
aula and you feel out of sorts, and anooid take Wamrr s Hsfe Ptlla. purely veewtabia, j
, tatSe. suitar-coeted. absolutely free ftrom lnlurlous aubatancea. a pstrfeot laxatlva.
: eoKar--tatel atisolutelv free frrtm InMirioua substances, a oerfect laaailve.
I Tl-.v cure IndtBMon. Bl!lo-.nea. Torpid Liver and Constipation. They do not gripe'
j or Wave any bad after effects. 25 cents a buz. !
To convince every suffer from diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and '
j blood that WARNERS SAFE CURE will absolutely cure rtiem. a samnle bottle
and also a sample bog of Warner's Sufe PUla will be sen FREE OF CHARGE,
! postpaid, to any one who wtil write WARMER'S SAFE CURE CO., Roches er,
j .V ., sad mention having seen this liberal offer In The Omaha Bee, The
.euuinenea of tils ofrr U fully guaranteed fcx the publlahec
from 10 a. m.
to 7 p. m.
day from 10
a.m. to 9 p. m.
Show That Omaha is Made
up of a Bunch of "live
'" Trt " -.
PLATTSMOCTH. .Nru.. .so
cial A 3tran-er attemvied to se.l a dia
mond rng la ihla city to tlie Je-vetera and
otliera and &s arrested by Chief of Police
D. L. iimi'K.
A Jeweit-r ia NrbraaJ-.a City named Midi
teinon nlunjnl a diamond ring C O. D. to
'V tC Marsn at M.. naid. While exa.-nltnin
'us ring iimli. a'tn manv allaara, ra
"Dirit t:: iu:f fur a ciiraa nam, tuiui.
1 In the Rotunaa of The Dee Building Will De Held
The Associated Charities Bazaar
- ssAw-twa W "
for the benefit of their industrial department j
You can help it if you come here for your lunch
Afternoon Tea from 3 to 5 p.
A worthy cause calls you here
Thla ia aa opportunity to teat the size of
your heart and get all that your money la
worth at the same time.
The Park Wilde home la conducted by the
Associated Charities for the benefit of those
who are able to produce handiwork of one
kind or another, and possess too deep a pride
to be objects of charity.
All day long, , throughout the year, the
cripples, invalids and old people toil from
morn till night. Friday and Saturday ia your
chance to witness the result of their work
and purchase that part of it which pleases you.
Tost won't be buttonholed and fa recti hi bay.
Lunch Served Friday and Saturday
11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
Home Made Doughnuts Coffea
Heme made candy of all sorts. You'll
like them, for they are the- real home
Some of the articles for sale
Fancy Aprons 9 jjo to it .7.1
All kinds of Ladies' Aprons , . jzx to .on
Children's Aprons .no to .8.1
Nurses' Aprona . 7,";
Black Office Aprona J."J
Ladies' Underskirts 1.30 to 3.3"
Klmonas 1.23 to 3.30
Night Dresses i.n
Dress Covers I.(M -1
Clothes Bags 23 .
Rompers ho to .73
Laundry Baga .3d to .Hii
Shoe Pockets , .73 to .83
Sweeping Caps ;., .1(1 to .15
Holders MS to .13
Comforts, orders taken - 2.30 to , 3.0O
Rugs .'. 1.23 to 3.llt
And miny articles to Interest the men as well.
Beautiful decorations of Palms, Ferns and Flowers.
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