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TITE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY,' SEPTEMPEft 0. 1010.
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ME RULE FOR THE STAT tS
That is What Governor Brooks of
Wyoming Insists Upon.
SAYS EOOSEVELT 'iS WBONQ
Thinks th State Better Haaale
Its Affairs Thaa the tieaeral Oct.
eranieat at Wasalna-teisi-Tells
'the tleasoa. "
Governor Brooks of Wyomlsg was t the j
- Henshaw Thursday on his way home from i
the National Conservation congress at fet.
The Wyoming governor has no sym athy
U all with much that Colonel 'ROo:eelt,
"ilfford Plnchbt and others are star.JIng
jr, control by the nation of the natural
sources of the states.
"Western people will never stand for that
Jnd of thine." said Governor Brooks. 'The
Tien In the western slates who keep In
;juch all the year round with their people
mow that long-distance administration of
iffulrs which, concern the various slates
most Intimately will never do at all. I
:ook occasion to tell Colonel Roosevelt,
whom I know very well and admire very
much. Just that While I could agree with
a great deal that he said In his address,
like all the other western governors, demo
crats and republican alike, I was com
pelled to dissent In toto from much that
"All the trouble that we have In Wyo
mlng, for Instance, concerning Irrigation,
made by officials In Washington clerks,
water power and things of that kind. Is
very- of ten who do not have the faintest
conception of the things we are up against.
Like other states. Wyoming has been com
pelled to send lis land commissioner and
attorney general to Washington to get bur
cause past some clerk to the real head.
And In nearly every case, when we. hsve
been able to get before the proper officer,
our contentions have been allowed.
Hon Hamln Does It.
In the matter ot leasing natural resources
under state control, .Wyoming lias been
practicing that for live years past. Our
coal lands are leaswi on that plan, and the
state collects royalties of 4 to 7 cents a ton.
We find that 'every leasehold presents en
tirely dlffereni.features and U follows that
we can handle tliem very much Wetter than
would be the case If the i.atlonal govern
ment were In control. '., '
"Colonel Koosevelt Is a remarkable man,
absolutely honest r and courageous to the
limit, which, ni'iko hlrn a dangerous man
when he gets,, off wrong. The American
people like to have sumebody to. expend
their worship and admiration on. Roose
velt Is the man at' this particular time, but
like many others Whose names will readily
occur to anybody, ' he Is liable to be de
throned tomorrow. He stands for' much
that Is good and a good many things that
are popular, but I am convinced he Is utterly
mistaken when lie advocates control by tho
nalnnal administration of nislUis that are
vital to the states within themselves.
falls It. Home. Hale. .
"I do nor call- this state rights, because
the war gav to that term a peculiar mean
ing", but 1 would "Uall the .-Issue home .'iile.
That western people- will Insist d. this
Boldly a little later 1 am very certain.
Their salvation lies that way, because we
are Just beginning; to develop. In reality
and we have schools to build, children to
educate, roads to make, a hundred things
to do that officials In Washington or at
any other distant point cannot care tor
with' anything like the effectiveness that,
we can ourselves.
"Personally; 1 . am Juat a granite-, uj
larmer, wnnoui any sun ok puiim;! mi",
tion, so can talk, freely on these matters, In
the way I feel. Perhaps there are men prom
: Inent In this agitation who are ablllous,
looking to the popular thing, but the sober
second thought of the American people has
always made Itself felt at the proper time,
and It will In this matter. So 1 feel that
eventually the western - states will Insist
on managing their own Internal aff sirs as
to them shall seem wise..
"One thing' that ;made an Impression on
me was the fact, -as set. forth by. Colonel
Roosevelt, that one congressman from an
agricultural district. of Minnesota Tawney,
I believe. Is the man could upset all tno
plans laid for conservation, if the thing
was so strong,' so popular and altogether
right. It would Indicate a queer state of
affairs that one memtter'of congress could
disrupt all the' plans of so powerful a
president as Koosevelt and tha Influential
element acting with him."'
, the State Fair
Says that Nebraska is Showing the
Finest line of Iae Stock He
"Nebraska ha, the greatest exhibit of
live stock In Its statu, fair at Lincoln thai
1 ever saw. la my llfa.1 do not mean that
It had the greatest number, but there were,
as a general .average, the finest assortment
of cattle, hogs, sheep and horse In that
exhibition la the United rUates." This Is
tho statement of Dr. W, E7 Taylor, repre
senting tha soil cujture department of the
Deere company In Mollne, 111.
Dr. Taylor remarked that he was espe
cially taken by the number and size of the
home-bred draft horses from the western
part ot the stats. The corn-fed hogs also
"took his eye." .as he expie.-sed it.
The soil culture is a thing which thj
Deere company Is Just taking up in con
nection with its business, Its plan being to
work along the same line as the railroads
do In this, only the work, of lr. Taylor will
have more personal connection with the
farmer. The object is to teauh the farmer
to take hold of laud that Is considered
worthless and at little cost so rotate the
crops that the land In Ivj or six years will
yield lta average capacity.
"I am going back Into New York, Con-t
nei'llcut, Ohio and Virginia, where the
lands have been worn out. Nebraska lands
are In perfect shspe now. and the only
thing the farmers In this state have to do
la to take care of their farms."
FREDERICKS LIKES THE
, PRICES AT OMAHA MARKET
mym that It Is Mont Hessarkakl
the Way that They
. Stand l a.
"Johnny" Frederick of Callaway Is In
Omaha, having brought In a bunch of cat
tie. "It la remarkable the way the price
hold up here," said Mr. Fredericks.
never saw such a rush of stock to market
as Is coming from Wyoming and western
Nebraska, yet the market auatalns the on
slaught without wavering. Of course, a
good many Iowa and Nebraska buyers are
picking up the feeding stuff to carry
t'. rough the winter and that fact helps to
hold tha market steady. It would appear
tha' from, certain set-lions everything in
tha line of stock is being cleared off except
cows and heifer because of tha shortage
of range grass; and those cattle raisers
who haven't hay or coot will Bad it pretty
costly business to feed any large number of
cattle this., winter. Alfalfa and common
hay I valuabld property right now, and we
bavaa gieat deal 01 both in Custer county."
I1 1 Ill I II. Ml. Ill . ....
t,?' n kVr-1 i L i "T,r7
arising Ij jL J-J -"-"Hr vj BT,nln"
i.m hi - - i ,,
Hany Very Special Bargains for
MILL ENDS OF ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS, 3 TO 10
YARD LENGTHS tt 39c YARD
Bought from the Botauy Worsted Mills of Passnic, N. J.
Nearly every weave manufactured for the retail trade.
Very exceptional bargain. The lengths run from 3 to 10
yards and are worth two and three timea the tpr g.
price asked fov ihem on front bar- irC
gain square, at, yard JF r
SAMPLE PIECES of DRESS GOODS Stft.
Main floor bargain square all wool 42 to 36-inch suitings
plain and fancy serges, paiiamas, fancy worsteds and Vic
toria suitings, broadcloth, voiles, henriettas, etc. single
and matched pieces, up to 12 of one kind, 4 r OCj
at, each piece. 13L d UvKj
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS in BASEMENT
About 1,(XK) yards of all kinds of dress goods from 36 to
42-inch, an a good range of styles; fancy suitings, f C
etc. all go at one price, yard.
Two Cases of Sample Pieces in Basement
Some match up to 5 pieces and represent a great many dif ferent
lines of dress goods. We wish to clear them 4 A
quickly as long as they last, each piece. .vt
Remnants and Sample Pieces of All Over Laces
Baby Irish, Venise, fancy filet and oriental white, gr
cream and ecru Vi to 1 yard in each piece, at, each VuC
WAITED TRAHSrSm BOT.
16 Tsars of Ags or Over.
REMNANTS SAMPLE PIECES of LACES
All kinds of laces allovers, insertions, appli
ques; y to 2 yards in length, at, each.
Broken Lots of Hosierjr for Women, Misses' and Men
All kinds of Cotton Hosiery in broken lots black, Q
white and tan worth up to 15c, at, pair J
Wash Goods Remnants Basemf
36-inch floral silkoliiles rind
yard wide Persian1 cotton
challies good long rem
rants an extraordinarv
bargain at, per
Dark style fancy suiting
remnants 12,c values, in
' short remnants, 9fl
at, yard........ &2'
WThite, colored and mottled
flannels up to 10c values,
in long lengths, at, Cp
Fancy fluffy outing flannel,,
light and dark colorings .
also plain colored and white
baby flannels, at, Qln
36-in. bleached muslin, cam
bric and long cloth all per
fect lengths bargain
square, at, yard. , . . . . ."v
Large size, gray, white and
tan . cotton bed blankets
slightly imperfect as long
as they last will be 0fl
sold at, each......!.
BARGAINS IN HAIR GOODS
Extra large size, real Hair Cluster Puffs, $3.00 values,
Nets, 25c values, 2 for 25c at $2.48
LABORLR FALLS 10 DEATH
Derrick Boom Strikes William Meek,
Knocking Him Off His Balance.
DROPS FIFTY FEET TO GROUND
Itonraetter lfre Kali While at
Work on Bulldlaar of Deaf and
Daub Institute No Blame
Placed on Workmen.
William Meek, a stonesetter, fell a dis
tance of fifty feet from the top of the new
assembly room now under construction at
the lcaf and Uumb Instituto at lO.ii o'clock
Thursday morning and waa Instantly kllltd.
Meek was leaning; over a heavy stone, wir
ing It Into place, when the boom of the
derrick struck him and knocked him off Ills
balance. Meek fell fifty feet to the ground
and death was almost Instantaneous. The
Injured man breathed but a few seconds.
Tli body was taken to the coroner's par
lors and an Inquest will be held probably
today. No blame Is attached to the
contractors, nor to any of Meek'a fellow
Meek was a Scotchman by birth and a
member of a large laniily. all of whom
are living tn the old country, lie had no
relatives In this country. His fellow em
ployes give him a good character and say
he waa a aood workpuin. He has been
staying at the St. James hotel, on Thir
teenth street lirtwn HowarTrhd Harney.
The bricklayers union, of jpfclch be was a
member and In which he pad burjal In
surance amounting to WW, , w 111 take caro
of ths body. . (
Five Freight Cars Speed Down Track
and Crash Into Passen
lilown by the wind, five Burlington
freight cars crashed down grade into a
passenger train and caused the destruction
of three coaches at Rosalie, Neb., Wednes
day evening. The damage - grew out of
fire which caught upon the passenger
coaches Immediately after the crash. No
one was hurt.
The freight cars had been standing oh a
siding when the strong wind storm struck
them squarely fiom the rear and started the
string moving down upon the main track.
As the cars struck the grade they gathered
momentum and moved at high speed to
ward the passenger train.
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY
Every Hem in this sulveitlnement i an Important bargain reserved
for our regular FYMay Sale. We believe they'll crowd the More aaln
as the Friday bargain here usually do. Head the list carefully. You'll
enjoy the rich savings.
A Wonderful Sale of Suits
A Sweeping Clcaa Up
LINEN SUITS r3)
WORTH UP TO $35.00
Promptly at nine o'clock Friday morning our entire stock of fine Linen
and Silk Suits will be offered at $.00 each. Every suit new this sea
son. Exclusive novelties shown nowhere else. All heavy enough to
wear all fall. All Linen Suits, in best colors, hand embroidered, braided
or embroidery trimmed styles. Stunning tunis models and Kussiau
blouse effects. Also all Rajah Silk Suits the best of the season's mod
els. ISO suits' in all.
Positively none sold to dealers
Positively only one suit to a customer
Positively none sent on approval or u. u. i. a-
Positively no alterations or exchanges vs&sr
Positively f 25.00, $80.00 and $35.00 values, at
Unbleached Muslin, extra heavy,
full 36 Inch, KVac quality, at SHo
Bleached Sheeting. 8-4 width.
heavy :Gc- quality, at, yard.. 18o
Bleached Sheets, seamless, 9-4
size, very fine 85c kind, at 63o
Table Damask, half bleached, 30
cent quality, at 190
Bfd Spread, lull bed size, fringed,
heavy 11.75 grades, for ..11.85
White Pique, striped, 50c kind, all
odd pieces of 60c grades, at, per
Extra Specials for Friday
Lawn Dressing Sacques, light or
dark, reduced to 390
Wash l'ettlcoats, tailored stripe
ginghams, reduced to ......390
House Dresses, entire stock, up to
J3.00, reduced to il.9
Linen and Kep Suits, for Mixses,
formerly, up to $10.00, for ta.SS
White Waists, great clean up.
waists to $1.50 each, reduced
to ; S9o
Colored Taffeta and White Net
Walsta were 17.60, reduced,
Muslin Gowns, high heck and long
sleeves, lace or embroidery yoke
cut wide and full, at 89o
Five Bi Bargain Tables Full Boys.
Youths1. Men's and Child's Shoes
50c TO $1.50 SAVED ON EACH PAIR
We secured hundreds of pairs of factory samples. They are splendid
school shoes made by Burley & Stevens, that's a guarantee of excel
lence: 1 k
Boys" Box Calf Shoes, with welt soles, sizes 3 Vi and
4, worth J3.50 to $3.60 a pair, for
Misses' Vicl Shoes, button or lace, also patent colt,
sizes 12 to 13V4, worth to $3.00, for
Youths' Box Calf and Vicl Blucber and Button Shoes,
sizes 11 and 12, worth $2.00 and $2.50, for ,
Child's Patent Leather and Vicl Button and Lace Shoes
sizes 9 and 10, worth $2.25 for
SPECIAL Boys' heavy Box Calf and Tan Russian Calf ai jp
Shoes"; i?es5 tojl2; worth $1.75 to $2.25, for ..ylsta
Outs for Friday
Screen poors, any size or style,
now i t 1 .... . 6O0
Lawn Mowers, any style,, for 93.60
Oarden Hose, per foot 60
Un Sprinklers, $1.00 values 39o
$1.00 Wood Axes, ft 690
10c Scrub Brushes, lor ........60
Wire Cost Hangers, 2 for Bo
26c Mllxliig iJowle, white enamel,
at, each i . . . ISo
Stransky Enamelware, blue and
white. 80 FEB CEWT DISCOUNT
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per set 7lo
Hefrigerator Pans, galvanized.
39c kind for ' SBo
TOU BIO Z.OTI
TSAOVBB CXIITA -r .
Plain White and decorated China
Platters, Dinner Plates, Cups
and Saucers, Sauce. J3oata, etc..
(10c 15c 25c 49c
ravrr jabs awd
Economy Jars, best made, at
Pints, per dozen 75o
Quarts, per dozen 9Bo
Vt Gallon, per dozen 91.16
Red Jar Rubbers, 3 dozen for96o
Jelly Tumblers, tin tops, ty pint
size, per dozen 16o
Wash Goods at o Nickel
Wash Dress Materials for house dresses, kimonos, girls dresses, etc., etc-
a radical clearing of Lawns, BatUtes, -GlnRliam and Volle
that have been helling at 10c, lsC 16c and 20c a yard.
Take your choice of a big variety, at ..
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennetfa Capitol Flour.
and 60 stamps.
Bennett's Best Coffee.
special, per pound 300
Bennett's Capitol Coffee.
usually 28c for 940
Teas, all our 68c Teas,
any kind, at lb SBo
Teas, all our 68c Teas,
' any kind, at lb. ...480
Tea Btltlnira pound pack
age, for 12 o
Bennett's Capitol Pepper,
4 lb. can for . . . . 13o
. and 6 stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Baking
Powder, lb. -can for 91
and 100 stamps.
Bnlder's Pork and Beans,
large can for ...... 30o
and 20 stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Kx-
tract. bottle ISo
and 20 stamps.
Jap Rice, 7c quality, at,
6 lbs. for SBo
Boneless Herring, Chef
brand, two Jars for 90o
and 10 stamps.
Fell Naptlia Soap, six
cakes, for S6o
Capitol Baking Powder,'
lb. can, for U4o
and 20 stamps.
Ualllard Olive Oil, sma.l
bottle, for 84o
unil 20 stamps.
French Cut Doaf Sugar,
per package 860
and 10 stamps.
Tea Garden Preserves,
40c jars, for 30o
GibMon's Soup Polish, 3
packages, for BSo
ana 10 stamps.
Monarcri Cut Asparagus,
large can, for ,...860
and 10 stamps.
Table Syrup, can . .12Vic
and 10 stamps.
Diamond cyutal Table
ar.d 10 stamps.
Chick Feed, lb 3o
Hen Feed, lb 8V4o
Uueen cider vinegar, at,
quart bottle 8 bo
and 20 stamps.
Hulled Beans. with
Chicken, can 16o
Lima Beans, with Chick
en, per can . . 300
Diamond C. Soap, eight
bars, lor 800 '
Kgg-O-See Flakes, three
' packages, for ....SBo
and 10 stamps.
Cheese, full cream, per
and 10 stamps.
Bismarck Herring, 40
cent cans for 30o
Bismarck Herring, 25
cent cans .for .....80o ,
Roll Mop Herring, 2S
cent cans for 8O0
Snlder'a Chill Sauce, pint
bottle, at 8So
and 10 stamps.
Cookies, Lemon Cakes,
fresh baked, lb. ....180,
assorted kinds, 20cent
cans, for 16o
Crosse and Blackwell's
Chow Chow, oaurt lor
for Boo) H-plnts. . .aoo
Seeded Raisins, lb. pack
age, for lavte
and 10 stamps.
Noodles. 2 pkgs for lOo
end 10 stamps.
Rolled Oats, six lbs. 86o
n n r b n n
Mrp. Jacob Wllmert. Lincoln, 111., found
her way back to perfect health.. She
wrltea: "1 suffered with "kidney trouble
and backache ajid my tpU-e waa very
poor at times. ' A few wk ago I got
Foley's Kidney Pills aiul. MVS them a
fair trial. They gave mt-Treat relief,
ao continued, till, now 1 m again In
perfect health." Hold by all arugglsls.
James Euan Loses Sight Suddenly
. After Long Years of Cleri
As the result of long 'years' of clerical
work. James Ruan, Go years old, became
totally blind In the county treasurer's of
fice Thursday. He was taken to a hos
pital, and the report made there was that
there waa little chance of restoring his
, Drowned in
Net Catches ori Sna? and Pulls Him
from the Boat to His
Vaclav Slndelar was drowned In the
river at the foot of Davenport sireet about
1 o'clock Thursdoy afternoon. He leaves u
wife and six children, living at 1207 Kouth
Sindelar van flfhing with a trammel net,
when the net caught on a snag. In endeav
oring to frf the net Sindelar fell out of
his boat. He had heavy boots on, wnicn
filled with water sr.d carried him down
The police emergency wagon was sent to
the scene and officers are now endeavoring
to recover the body.
At la-ir uash
should be covered with clean bandages
saturated with Bucklens Arnica Saly
Heals burns, wounds, sores, piles. Uic. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Your cough annuys . yoii. Keep on hack
ing and tearing the delicate membranes of
your throat if you want to be annoyed.
Hut if you want relief, want to be cured,
take Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. Sold
by all dealers.
NOTED CHINAMAN COMES HERE
Secretary of Chinese l.eaatlon Passes
Through Omaha to Meet Head
of Iloynl mvy.
Omaha was honored by the .visit Thumday
morning of Kwai Yung, secretary of the
Chinese legation In Washington. Mr. Yung
was only here for a few minutes while his
car was being switched from the Milwaukee
to the I'nlon Pacific for San Francisco, and
saw no one as he was taking a much
Mr. Yung Is traveling through to San
Francisco whero he will meet Prince Tsai
Ssu. head of the royal navy of China, who
arrives there on the fctcamer Manchuria on
September IB. The party will arilve In
Omaha September 1(1 on the way to Wash
Margaret 10. Huttei field. :7"1 Snutli
Twenty-fourth utreet. frame dwelling.
12.3f: J. W. Goodrich. T,0i South Tweiitv
fcurth. frame dwelling. IS.IMJ; Ida M
Thomas. -r-W South Central Imiilevaid
frame dwelling. Nick g-l'i.'iu.
North Thirtieth, frame dwellli.g. fl,w.
Visit Our Ladies' Tailoring Dept. rC
6 P. M.
THC RELIABLE STORK
6 P. M.
FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY
In Our Famous Domestic Room
Greatest Sale Held This Season
Print-, glngh.mg. percales, out nj "tan 2 fi.i.,? ln Ud,n
kimono and wrapper cloth etc at IpJ i- .V- Bfl'l,e, rlan
5c, 7jc, 8jc, 10c anil I2c
Rrananh of linen, Crashes and Muslins
19c, 25c, 39c, 49c. 59c Yard
r.m?Ut ?,6 yards of SheetlnjtB. Muslim. Long Cloth India Linoni
Cambrics, etc., at less than H.LK RKGULAR PKICB-U '
to ?Ll vVen0 Lar,dAf.,f,len' nlon nd coou crash, "worth from
and l2VVard. 8 '"unanl8' " 2 Ha. 5. 7HS 10
Remnants of Fins Vool Dress Goods
t.n Tailor suitings, henriettas, evening shades, serces diagonals
ffftnl!l'!t??sn k,nda aud Kwo11h,SBpES;N
t L ooigsAn eIgbt 10,81 wording to value12H. 15-.
18. 25S 39. 40. 50. 75 a yard. Xo'
agniticent Silk Bargains Friday
$(.09 Plain and Fancv Silks at 38a
Ann?.nd.,r!?rtm!nt,.0f plaln and fancy 8Uk" la lon8 remnants, messa
lines, tarreias. poplins, etc., regular values to am J n
iota toe ana 30c
$1.00 a yard, on sale in two
ew Plaid Hilks In Persian ind
satin barred effects, very choice
bara,n 69 and Sflt
Illack TaffeU S5c
quality. 27 inches
wlle, at 55
Black TaffeU $1.00
quality. 36 lnchpn
wide, at . . G9?
colored Satin Do Choine 27-ins.
wide, always soils at $1.00 yard.
ninck Tcau d Holt
36 inches wide, $1.25
50c Black Messaline, 20 inches wide, on sale at
Housing Garment Bargains Fida in the Big
Busy Domestic Room
and Muslin Draw
ers, 25c values,
Men's, ladies' and
black and colors,
15c values, three
L a d i e s' Under
weight, all sizes,
and boys' up to
$1.25 values, on
Ladies' Rain Coats Craven
ettes, worth to $7.60 on sale
Cholce , $2.95
Wool ' Dress Skirts Regular
values to $7.00 special for
Friday, $5, $3.08. $2.98
$1.50 Underskirts at 60c
Women's Capes that sold to
6'. at $3.98
Children's School Dresses
Regular $1.50 values, special
bargains at 95
Children's Sweaters Regular
values to $1.60, two lots,
69 and $1
$1.50 House Dresses ..-98
$1.26 Wrappers at . .....G0
Men's all wool un
d e r w e a r, the
Men's $1.00 wool
Shirts and Draw
Men's 75c fleece
lined Shirts or
Men's all wool
underwear, in all
sises, $2 values,
Men's or boysi
values to 11.60.
I 25 and 4Q
Lace Curtains and
Drapery Specials Friday
All $1.00 Blankets 74
ah si. ze tnannet8 .
All $1.50 Blankets .. .
All $2.00 Blankets. .
All $2.60 Blankets . .
All $3.00 Blankets . .
All $4 and $4.50 Blankets.
All $5 and $6.00 Blankets,
All $7 and $8.00 Blankets
9 to 10 A. M.
New Drapery Dept. 3d Moor.
lce Curtains, odd pairs, worth
S3 Kfl m nati abaIi wmmr j
Odd Lace Curtains worth to II
AAA- . . . f
-.so a pair, at, eacn..(jc)
25c Embroidered Swisses for
Curtains, Friday, yard 7H
Fine Drapery Fabrics worth
to $1 a yard,
per yard . . .
Fabrics worth I
In remnants, at
FRIDAY IN THE HARDWARE
$1.25 blue and .white Enameled Tea Kettles, all guaranteed per
fect, only (jy
Blue and white Enameled Dippers , IO
Blue and white Rice Boiler, 3 quart , 49
Blue and white Water Pails, 12 quart 39
Blue and white Colanders, only ..' , 19
Blue and whte Preserving Kettles, 4 quart 20
Read Hayden's Mammoth Grocery Sale
FOR FRIDAY. It's a saving of 25 to 50 per cent on your houtwkeep
48 lb. Back Haydtn's Diamond H.
High Patent Flour; nothing like It
for the money.
Try a sack for this sale Cf OK
per sack pJ..0
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
meal, for 17V4C
9 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal.
Tall cans Alaska Balmon, for ..10c
011 or Mustard Sardines, per can 3o
Lewis' Eagle or Champion I-ye, at,
per can 7 Vie
Cudahy's Rex Lye, per can 6c
Yeast Koam, per package Sc
Grape Nuts, per package 10c
Corn Klakes, Breakfast Food, per
1 ll. can assorted (Soups, at ,,7 He
li lb. can Walter Baker's Cocoa 20o
Fancy Queen Olives, per quart ..36c
lurkee's Worcester Sauce, bot, 7 He
BUTTE A.WD CKXSIB UAZJt
Fanoy No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb. S2o
Fancy No. 1 Country Butter, lb. 30c
Fancy No. Dairy Butter, lb 2(ic
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, lb. ..18o
Neufchatel Cheese, each 3o
The Best Bulk Peanut Butter, lb. Sr,j
TIMB 18 BHOBVT, VUT TJF TOVS
FLUMS AND PBACMES HOW
Fancy Klberta Freestone pfaohes.
sale price, er box 70c
Four-basket crates fanoy Italian Blue
Plums, per crate 1 2.1
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Fancy Wax or Oreen Beans, lb ..la
Fancy Cucumbers, each 8 l-3o
4 large hunches Beets 60
4 large bunches Carrots 5c
t bunches Fresh Parsley he
5 heads Rid or (Jreen Cab-baas. ..1"c
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb
Fancy Bwrct Polutoes, 3 lbs, ror..loo
Large Juicy Lemons, dosen 2oo
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lying than any cosmetic.
Ceres dandruff and stops fcsl-
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blotched, sore, unsightly tkln, try
this groat product of the Ameri
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