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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1910)
mr, iu:k: omatta. Thursday, November x inio.
?JF CilY NEWS.
Ha Root Frtad Ix.
Tim C-. lrlntrl. t
F. X. Ore4a at Boas Cod.
ahl Ton Kid to flmlth. Omaha.
yistarea -. aag-0aa4a Cat.
BUrt Dry Cl.anlca; of carmenta Twit
I'll ') Worka. o; Bouta Flftentb. ,
Boat D.ntlrtry west of Now Tora, Dr. I
rick. 7J4 nty National Bank I
' To Kaka Bwflu County J'reas
Klect Kred 1. Wad. eensior; Uyrou K 1
II. tins, representative. Adv.
Tootk and stealth aliould l taxod to
provide for vld ago; a mvIii( ucoum
It i tli Nb. Saving ft Loan Ass'n will
Slaft you rial L ltd .' an. am. H. uf T. Jll.lg
Omaha Kakbot O. K. II. Spra-u. praaW
uent. la showing a lino lino uf "ovary kind
of rubber food," Inoludlng various styl
uf rubbar coat and automobile acesorla
for very roaaonabla prtcea 1 Haroty
trt. "Just abound tho ooraer."
WaUaoo ntaVp Studio J. Lawil Wal
lao. hoa iuli aaa Mown down last
print. remodelling tho upper story of
a hon at Forty-first and liaid lr't
fo? Vha aa a studio.
amolfl Bal pimxtm Tkarsdaf Mem- j
acts of tha .ftuoian's auxiliary of All
.-.atni ohurcU will conriiint a rummace
kale Thursday at tho atora building at
Twenty-first ' and Vinton treat a.
la tba'Blvoro Oourt Maggie Vanca
wu granted a decree of divorce from W 11
. liaui 11. Vanca In the equity dlvlalon of
, district ' oourt Wexlneaday. Frank Besn
aUuted n action ,for dlvore attaint t Moi-'J-j.
Stacaplloa for Wew Oomttt Member
' of the Haosoora Park Methodist Episcopal
eburch will' give a reception Thuraday
evening; tn honor of tho new pastor. Rev.
B. It. Crawford and Mr. Crawford, and of
ilyalop and Mra. Hyalop. Tho recaption
will be bold In the parlora of the church.
Korea aUokg Mam Wto Xelpa It Try
ing to help a horaa regain Ita feet afior
ravin fallen on the pavement at Sixteenth
and Clark streets at o'alook Wednesday
- morning, i. it Burt of 1734 North Twenty
first street, was badly kicked by the ani
mal.. 11a was treated by Polio burgeon
T. T. Harris and taken to hla horn In the
polio ambulance. Hla right leg waa
adijr bruised. .
Buffalo) BOl In Vat rooketkook In
forroaUon received at the Merchant's hotel
la to the affaot that this year has been the
moat pros porous in the history of Buffalo
" mil's Wild West ahow, and that when the
. season cloeoa in Little Rock, November 13,
Bill Cody will bo IftOO.OOO richer than ho
waa when the show opened last spring. It
' . Is. expected that Colonel Cody will reach
Omaha about November 21, and he will
remain here several day- .
AFFAIRS Al SOUTH 0MA!lAOniy Grain Mc.
Arc to Remain
Construction Engineer ii Killed in .
Railroad Yards. !
GEORGE HEAD OF EXCHANGE! Repudiation is
Fad of Hitchcock
Chosen to Lead Real Estate Men Dor-
on the Ticket! in Comin Year-
DISCUSSION OF THE POLICE FUND 1 R't'.ring Director Have Asked that j TUKE"? KEEPS
I Their Name Be Not Presented
HIS OLD JOB
Mayor Ira I nor Makes an Order
I'orhMrilna t.'.r l.asslsg
ttt llnae tn f n-IrfctflM.
Jake Uontl), agi .1. dglnrer in the
employment of the Offfrnian Construc
tion company, w.is killed In tlie l"nion
I'srific railroad yards lost evening a
moment after he hod warned u fellow
wurknmn to beware of tiie trains.
"ently. who lived at Thli Vy-lhliil and
V streets, whs one of the gimg of men
engaged In the construction of tho Mud
creek sewer and was on his way Lome
at the time of his trngtc death. Tho
crossing at Twenty-fifth and i; streets
where the accident occurred notwith
standing that danger from passing trains.
gieatly availed of by people giving In trie I
southwest end of the city. Dently. with
a number of other men, was picking his
way aoross the tracks and the sound of
a whistle prompted to caution Lot Pe
gran, who lives at JfiTT T street, and who
was walking along with him. Benlly
then stepped forward and that Instant
was struck by southbound local passen
ger train. No. 23. He was hurled across
the tracks and when hla fellow travelers
ran to his aid they found life extinct.
l)eath apparently waa Immediate aa the
neck and left thigh were broken. The
body waa taken to the morgue of Dep
uay Coroner Larkln. The train was In
charge of Conductor Candaah and Eng
Only three name wlli appear on the
official ballot of the Omaha drain ex
change at the annual election next Wednes
day because Mesers. A. C. Smith. H. K.
Bruce and A. I.. Heed have answered the
question as to whether they were or were
not candiiiates for re-election by declaring
that they are not.
Memhors of the exchange have Just re
ceived copUa of their joint letter which
says the three men nominated !y the
caucus t-hould be chosen at the election.
resident K. I. C'owgill has been assert-
Weaator Rnrkelt Appears Before the
rcxrhnnae In Iteapnnae to an
rllallaa to Make a Few
The Omaha Real FNtate exchange chose
officers for Its new year at the Wednesday
noon meeting. The following were clwisen:
1'resldent, C OeorKe; vice president.
Oeorge P. Morton; secretary, Harry Tukey;
treasurer. K. M. Slater; executive com
mittee. K. 1. WmiI, It. O. Hastings, W. L.
In the official nominating two weeks ao
F. f. Wead, I). C. Patterson and O. O
Trie to Repudiate on a Very Slight
Tretext Debt for Labor
When (iilhert M Hitchcock, editor of
the World-Herald and democratic candi
date for the t'nited States senate re
pudiated his debt tn Joseph Hartley and
the state of Nebraska It was not the first
nor last deht repudiated by the candidate.
Besides refu.ilng to pay the sign painter
fo- the sign In front of the World-Herald
building he repudlsted a debt to a stenog
rapher several years ago over a flimsy pre
text and forced him to go Into court to
collect his money.
In May. 1W, Mr. Hitchcock engaged
Frank J. Sutcllffe to make a atenograhic
report of the testimony In the case of The
Ing that although the nomination caucus , ,,,, W6re thren Mgnt for pre-- j Bee Publishing company' against the As
Get-Rich Schem .
in. Sheep Range
E. K.' Carr Arretted on Charge of
Using Kail to Sell Sheep He
" Did Not Own.
' From the aheep range of Idaho cornea a
J story of alleged fraud a get-rich-qulck
piopoalLon wh.ch, it la said, waa the
medium that brought from unsophisticated
" Investors a rathe- large aggregate of
Kdson K. fair, whose general appearance
lomporta well with the dignity of his
. cuKOpmen, waa arrested in Houth Omaha
Y'uosday. afternoon by Captain Halt of the
'1 United "States'- marshal's office, charged
. with using Uie United Btates malls to de
fraudand out of that arrest cornea tha
story from the sheep range.
.Idffhtalaa; Keg Man Banquet Hepra-
aenttlves and guests of the Nebraska
Lightning Rod company, a corporation
wblch haa been building up a lightning rod
business . In Omaha during the last two
years, held a banquet at Maurer'a restaur
ant Tuesday night. B. L. Benson, presl-
t dent, of the company, made an adoreaa
Hnd congratulated the commercial travel-
. era of the company upon their succews ft
noomlng the Omaha factory. Bealdea the
salesmen there were preeent, B. L. Ben
son, Kd Benson. John McCague, Otto
lloyersdoifer and Frank Plank.
I'arr, It la alleged, opened extensive cor
itspondence with numerous prospective
aheep buyers. Tha profits of the aheep
business were set forth In glowing terms,
and Incidentally tha Information was drop
ped that I f. Carr, was In position to fur
nish a drove of select sheep at a rldlculaualy
low price. At the aame time It waa sug
gested, ao the charge goes, that a remit
tance by return mull would aerve aa i
deposit to b nd tha bargain. It la said that
Carr obtained several responaea of sub
stantlal nature, one man aendlng him tuOO,
All of ti'N la said to have happened at
Payette, Ida ; jtt at Is, tha letters were writ
ten fiom Payett to prospective victim In
various part af the country.
At last Carr left Idaho, and exposure
followed. He was traced to Chicago, where
the federal authorities arrested him. Ha
was held In 11,600 bond, which he readily
furnished. Then, It Is charged, Carr dla
appeared. Tracers were sent out and Cap
tain Haae located the fugitive In tauth
oniaaa. Carr waa before United btates
Commissioner Anderson Wednesday morn
Ing, where hla bund waa fixed at tS.000.
Falling to meat the ball requirements, he
went to jail. 1'ominunloetlon la now under
way with the federal authorities In Idaho,
and it Is expected that Captain Haae will
- leave Omaha within the next few days to
take Carr to Boise City for trial.
Waya and Meana for Police.
The Flra and Ponce Board yesterday
seriously discussed the present state of
tha police fund and the waya and means
to be adopted to finance the department
until the end of the fiscal year. The
fund Is fixed by the charter at t,uiO,
but never more than ninety-five per cent
of this amount Is available. In fact, at
the beginning of the year the sum Is
!2.fi00. ten per cent being held back
against the taxea that are jncollectable.
The fund now stands at 114,995, with nine
mooth to run, and the pay roll for the
Inst month amounted to t2.3c5. Last
February the pay roll for the month was
11, SJ5. Thla represented a department of
twenty-one men. Since then the force
haa been Increased by nine pntrolmen.
The patrol wag' in has also been put Into
operation and an additional burden on the
fund haa recently been Imposed. Until
the new equipment waa secured for the
fire department, the two horses were
l housed at No. 1 fire hall. Since then
they have to be stabled at a livery barn.
It waa the decided opinloi. of the board
that the force could not be decreased,
and it was suggested that to meet the
difficulty, a number of the men should be
given vacation each month without pay
How the problem will be solved and how
many men will be affected each month
will be determined at an adjourned meet
ing of the board Thursday, November 10.
Maet et Loss Hoar.
Chief McKale of the fire department was
directed by the board to put a stop to a
practice which haa prevailed, he stated
up to the present that of allowing con
tractors the use of hose. Mayor Tralnor
remarked that It waa all right to lend out
tha hose to the street department or some
on directly under the administration, but
to contractors the city might as well fur
nish them with all the .materials. Chief
McKale said that he had found the custom
tn operation when he became head of the
Nsgle City Gossip.
A. C. Pancoaat for State Senator.. Adv.
Storm Pash Call Howland. 'Phone Ho. 7.
For rent. 6 room cottage. lUth bet. I and
J at., flti.dO. Phone Houth 7.
C.tv Treasurer and Mrs. Olllin are re
joicing over the birth of a daughter.
The Magic City Kings Daughters will
mast Thursduy afteruoun with Mrs. Jaines
H. Van Uuen.
Personal taxes are due from November
1 and payment can be made frorp the city
Phone Bell Bouth SHI. Independent F-18i
for a case of Jetter Hold Top. Prompt de
livery to any part of city. William Jettcr.
Mrs. r. L. Holmes. Twenty-fifth and F,
streets, entertajned yesterday afternoon for
Mrs. Huggart of California, at caras. mis.
Huggart Is a former well-known resident
of the city.
Mrs. K. M. McKarland. 72 North
Twenty-first street, will entertain tha Ken
sington of houth umana, irove sio. o.
Woodmen circle, Thursday afternoon. A
large attendance la urgently requested.
To whom It may ooncern: I, Henry An
derson, will not be responsible for any
bills contracted by my wne, mra. nenry
The following births have -been regis
tered: Frank Kompail, Twenty-first and
Madison streets, girl: H. T. Mi Masters,
IU K street, girl; T. A. Wright. 1:S1
North Twenty-eighth street, girl; Ueorge nava for
w . rr ... tl.. ..... a. .1 . tlaul,l WIltflB
HUFsell, Thlity-seoond and ii streets, girl.
Frank Plvondra waa aurprlaed Monday
night when a number of his col.eagi.ias In
the department. Including Chief McKale,
called upon him at hla horns at Seventeenth
and S streets to congratulate him on hia
appointment as captain of the truck com
pany. An enjoyaoie lime was paasea ana
aa a souvenir of the occasion the new cap-
lain was presented with a miniature nook
and ladder truck.
lir. .W. - J. McCrann, who for tha last
eighteen years haa resided In South Omaha
end haa beea a prominent ngure in ine
professional, political, civic and social life
named Messrs. Hynes, Holrmiutst and
(Saunders for the directorate, yet old cus
tom of the exchange made all directors
whose terms were expiring candidates for
re-election. Hence, he argued, their names
should go on the ballot.
The letter of the three old directors reads
We, the undersigned, respectfully request
you to withdraw our names for re-election
as directors to the Omaha drain exchange.
Via understand that the thiee gemleintin
who have been nominated as candidates
for dlrectora of the Oram excnaiue lor the
next three years are all experienced iatn
men of high stanuing. As we believe that
the Grain exchange has arrived at a point
where its interests can be better served
by active grain men, we believe thut it
would be to the best Interests of the ex
change to elect these grain men. In retir
ing from the board we wish to exprexs our
appreciation of the courtesies extended to
us by the member while directors and to
assure you that you have our very bent
wishes for success In serving the Interests
of the city and state as well us the mem
burinp of the Grain exchange.
AllTIll K C. SMITH,
h). K. Hltl'CK,
A. L. KKICIX
The grain market opened buarlehly on
Wednesday and a general beurlsh feeling
"All seem to think." aald one grain man,
that anyone can sell now and make a
little money In a day or two by reason of
coming lower prices. Sooner or later a lot
of these shorts will get caught and
squeezed hard because the market is not
going to descend Indefinitely."
Ident. When the voting began this time,
Messrs. Wead and Hastlnns asked mem
bers not to vote fur them. The exchange
listened to Mr. HantlngV plea, but nine
men voted for Wead. Mr. Oeorge received
For vice president G. 1). Morton distanced
W. T. Graham and W. H. Russell, but for
secretary, rather to the general surprise,
the race was close. Harry Tukey, long
the efficient secretary of the exchange,
w-,s re-eleoted. getting sixteen votes to
thirteen for A. T. Crelgh. E, M. Slater
outpointed L. S. Fpauldlng and John
After this 8. P. Bostwlck was elected to
membership In the exchange. By reason
of a firm change he recently found him
self outside the walls.
Senator Burkett then appeared Just to
extend greetings. After thla the new of
ficer were called upon to speak.
soi I a ted PresJ. the World Publishing com
pany et al. When tha bill for S.13.7S wax
piesented he refused to pay and repudiated
the debt. When he was sued for the
amount he made the flimsy defense that
Sutcllffe had also sold a carbon copy ot
the testimony to The Bee and consequently
waa hot entitled to pay.
A Life Sentence
of suffering with lung and throat trotit.lt
Is quickly commuted by Ir. King's Nc.i
IMpcovery- 5 knd 11 0". For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Need An Every-Day Suit
that's good enough to wear on Sunday?
George Edwards. 2451 Manderson street,
fism- dwell nit. s!.r9.
Mrs. Ida Haas
SCHOOL OF SALESMANSHIP
TO OPEN AT THE Y. M. C. A.
. W. Heron, a Prominent Business
Man, Will Take Cbarore of j
F. W. Heron has been selected by a spe
cial committee to conduct a school of
salesmanship at the Young Men's Chris
tian association. Mr. Heron is a success
ful and progressive business man, who
has been connected with the Fidelity Mu
tual Life Insurance company of Philadel
phia In various capacities for years and
general agent uf thla company In Omaha
the last four years. He has recently been
elected president of the Royal Indemnity
company, Omaha's new acoldent and bond
ing company. He Is editor of the Insur
ance Policy, a journal devoted to the In
terests of Insurance; vice president of the
Lehigh Clay Manufacturing company, one
of the largest manufacturers ot flre-proof-Ing
weat of Ohio, and la a member of sev
eral national aocistles and academies. His
past efforts prove his ability to ably
handle this salesmanship claas.
The claaa will begin Monday, November
2ft, and 'continue for alx months. Anyone
Interested In this subject should see J. W.
The True Secret '
of Beautiful Hair
Judge Redick Directs Verdict Denying
Plaintiff Award of In
surance. The hopea of Mrs. Ida L. Haas for a
verd ct In her $11,000 suit against tho Mu
tual Uf? Insurance company of New York
to compel payment of policlea carried by
hor late husband went glimmering In
Judge Rollick's dlvlalon of district court
Wednesday afternoon, when the court sus
tained the insurance company's motion to
direct a verdict In Its favor. This was the
third defeat for Mrs. Haas. Her attor
neys said they would move for a new
trial and appeal to the supreme court If
the motion was overruled.
After hearing arguments for two day
Judge Redick directed the verdict on the
ground that the policies were contracts
made In New York and under the law of
that state policies are voided by lapses of
payment and Haas had permitted hia pol
icies to lapse.
When the case was tried the first time
In district court the Insurance company's
defense was that the policies had lapsed
a few months prior to Hass death. A ver
dict for the company w-as directed. Appaal
to the supreme court waa taken and that
body held the ruling an error under the
Iowa law.' A new trial waa ordered. Thla
time the company made the aame defense,
but relied upon the New York law, which
speclflclally provides that lapsed policies
are void. . The arguments In the - case
were on the "question of location of the
contracts, the company alleging they were
(Amy Lester In World Magazine)
A famous French actress well known
In America recently staled In an Inter
view: "Nearly every woman knowa the
excelent results that follow dry sham
pooing, but too many depend upon orris
root alone to keep the hair and scalp In
good condition. Orrla root will not grow
"The best dry shampoo I know Is made
by mixing 4 ounoea of powdered therox
and 4 ounrea of orris root. Sprinkle c
little of this mixture upon the head siv'
brush It thoroughly through the hal,
The true secret of a auccessful dry ahum
poo Is to distribute the orris root an
therox through the hair evenly; use a
Blfter top ran If you have It. Then don't
spare the brush.
"This treatment keeps the hair light,
fluffy and lustrous, while too much
moisture on the hair and the alkali tn
most soaps tend to make the hair coarse,
dry, brittle and dull In color. Adv.
Whether you do or you don't, wo
ptill invite you to take a few
minutes whenever you enn nmi
let us show you the finest assort
that you'T rver geen. Even though
you mny ronhlder your winter wardrobe
romplele, chances are that gome one of
these splendid itarn.euts HI phM" you
ko much you'll buy It anyway.
There are all wool cheviot, ca.'gl
merts and worsted in new grays,
brown, and dark rnlxturrs, os well as
fast color daik blue HerKfs. They re
stylish, perfect-llttlng and Fcrvlcia'ule
because their high prade fabrics ar
expertly H ANIr-TAlLOKKO. They're the.
best we could buy and you'll find them
tho best you can buy at less than $22.50
57.50 up to 35
SIS n II F 1 " 11 "' ''i' II II
'III HOVBE OT KIOK MERIT"
VVc arc Sironjiy Oppssed to a
were auriace ucau.uj
(looli'itists dig lOWN Into the earth to
I'.nd out what ' INS1UK cf It. Anil In
v it'll system of clothes cleaning We
um FAR nB po?slh e INTO tho clothes t.
Unit out how MUCH dirt lays., them
THAT givs u. a line on HOW tu tnko It
OITT. Then we DO take It OUT.
DRESSIER BROS. )
am am St.
Miller, the educational secretary. Jainen
P. Kills, president of the Nat.onal School j made In New York., because the company
of Salesmanship, whose trxt hooka the
clara will use, was tn Omaha Tueaday
visiting business men and attended the Ad
club banquet Tuesday night.
COMMISSIONER SELLS DEER
Fifteen Does and Five Rioka
posed of to Kastern Man fo
Stock Deer Park.
ls located there, Mra. Hass alleging It waa
made In Nebraska because her husband re'
calved them here.
Since the casn has been In court eight
years It now Involves 118,000.
Park Commissioner Oraham yesterday
announced the sale of twenty members of
the Fairmount park herd of deer, fifteen
does and five bucks. The purchase was
made for the purpose of stocking the park
at DuBoiae, Fa., and by the man In whose
honor the town Is named. The bunch of
deer brought fT,00 net, as no cost was en
tailed In shipping. The separation ot
twenty members of the happy family still
leaves the deer park far from being ten
antless. Sixteen frisky little fawns were
added to the herd during the summer and
there are still a doxen or more of the older
members to look after them and train
them. Two deer were sold earlier In the
season for M) cash and one elk for flO,
making an income from the animal park
of ftilO during the seaaon, which more than
II of tha cost of keeping the !
too" colony In food and comfort
able homes during the year.
There are still about a doxen elk tn the
inclosure Inhabited by them, and It Is the
Intention of the park commissioners to re
duce their number by mora than one-half.
It coats far mora to keep the elk than It
does the deer, aa they eat about five times
aa much, and require the strongest barriers
to prevent them breaking out. The big
bull elk, which killed a couple of the does
a short time ago, haa been dlspoaed of.
PARTY OF MEN ROB TWO BOYS
Harry Uraeman and Rasa DeFaaao
Held I p at Slxtoeath aad
A party of four or five men held up and
robbed Harry Oraceman and Ruza De
Fazao, two 16-year-old boys, at Sixteenth
and Leavenworth streets about 11 o'clock
Tuesday night. Oraceman lost 11.75 and
young DeFasao lost a smaller amount In
the experience. The boys were going
toward PeFaxao's home at Twenty-fourth
and Mason streets.
111 "" 1 .
PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL
Judge llerka Tatrodaeea Aaaeadsaeat
to tha Ilefeetlve (larkast
.. l.Ue aigunieut between City Attorney
i '111111 and Folio .Itidue Craw ford over th
merits of the garbage ordinance Was set
tied by the f rrat pacificator at th coun
l meeting Tuesday night. Judge Merita,
wJtk hia. unual cheerful serviceability. III
troducad an ordinance amending th exist
Ing garbage law. It states very specifically
I hat hauling garbag without a permit Is
a misdemeanor and subjects th guilty
person to a fine of from S5 to ISO. This
will. If passed make II Impossible to la
lea aa offender on the technical argu
ment that th law doea not provide a pun
ishment for him.
Because the Missouri Faciflo railroad has
ecured an Injunction preventing th con
struction of th viaduct on Nicholas street,
' oiincilrnan Hurnient, introduced a rso
- lion instructing thaVlty attorney to draw
a repealing ordinate so that th law
,.1'lt.ihing the plans o! th viaduct may
i changed. Th resolution was passed
of the city, haa removed to his new home.
fct California street. Omaha. He will con
tinue to keep his office In Bouth Omaha.
lr. McCrann holds the unique distinction
in his profession of being the father of
fourteen children, all of whom ar alive.
The Maglo City King's Daughters of the
Firit Fresbytertun church held a Hal
lowe'en party at the home of Mra. E. K
Hone, Twenty-fourth and B streets. The
house waa artistically decorated for tha
occasion In Hallowe'en pumpkins and
leaves suggestive of the season. An at
tractive program waa submitted. The house
waa well filled with guests and a hand
mill sum was added to th building fund.
Peary Gets Choice
of Jobs in Navy
Arctic Explorer Wanted to Write cf
Trip, but Took Position at
WASHINOTOX, Nov. t-Csptln Rob-t
E. Peary, th Arctlo explorer, return to
active duty In the Navy department on
November I aa engineer expert for the De
partment of Justice In cases before the
court of claims Involving construction work
for th naval bureau of yards and docks.
This work waa th exolorer'a cholcs
...id th brtdg will probably b buUt in several places offered hlra by Acl-
..ii. li a way as to avoid obstructing th
A a ordlna.no w aa Introduced making it
a mlsdaieanor for any merchant to sell
tiooda from dry m Assures tlmt are uot up
to standard else. Violation of th ordi
nance will b puiiinhat'le by a fin of from
W to va. -
Ti,e council adjourned to meet Wednes
day morning aa a board of equalisation and
iiut piotcM on tax matters.
ligltsr. Hotter. Busier That la what ad
vt-rtl.xtiig Ui Th lie will do for your
FUNERAL OF JOHN P. FINLEY
tOylaeopallaa Cksreksies aad Elks
Jola la Ceremoalea at
Th body of John F. Flnlsy, who dld
Saturday at hla horn. MIS Pacific street,
was burled In Holy Sepuloher cemetery
yesterday afternoon with Impreaaiv care-
monies, combining the beautiful burial
ritual of th Episcopalian church, with
that of th Benevolent ' and Protective
Order of Elka. Th funeral services were
held at th Flnley home.
The pallbearers were Oeorge F. West
F. J. McHhan. sr., 'William I. Klarstead.
E. D. Ccoghegan, Henry N. Peters, Thomas
F. Balfe, Thomas J. O'Brien, Henry 8
McDonald. Th honorary pallbearers wer
W. Q. Seara, W. T. Canada. Thomas Orn
nan, W. M. Bushman, , Arthur C. Wake
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agreeable and refreshing hair dressing, keeping the hair soft
od glossy, without being in the least greasy or sticky.
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tiavels In the frosen north.
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ftjui gray hair to natural color.
llo matter how !ong and thick your hair is,
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