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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, DECTrRER 2. 1310.
COMPANIES. LOSE CHARTERS Man at Broken Bow
Accused as Hotel
Xunber f. Omaha Concerns Kelect to
Pay Corporation Tax-
BB.IA5 KETORTS OS STATE KOXTT
JDiirglari Uaurnt co,m utvn ,h f au
O O . as a tapayer. u also pt''.r
tlx Hanire4 Thmu4 Hollar la Ikf :
Baaks . Prairie fklrkroa ao
jalrrels ofe from llaatrra I
Marine Winter. i
iFrom a Ptalf r,rrT!t''r,dent.
IJNCuLN. I-c. 1. f-." ia.S Through ,
failure to pay thrr corforat on ta a num-
t'r of Omaha comfftm-" have forff. tt-d ;
their chartT. The Ian 'day on h ih ie- I
tirquenf er;nratK'a taxe and pn'.ties,
-owld be j'aid wa Novmh r The limit
wr.a 4 p. m. Amona the Omaha cimi'Srii '
are: The American Pre-a association. the
lialduff Purr Candy tf. fo'.'.nc 1 r.luffs
and Omaha Tranvr Co.. Mil arO Hoirl ;
Co., M IVr Hotel Co, Nrri.ka Transfer i
to., ?eal Institute. &tt-rloo Crtamery
Co. and Standard Aufmol.i!e Co
. tklcVeo train t1mr4.
The squirrel" and rirelrie chickens that
urrlied the last to month of huntinc
are low at liberty to trake tr.or arranEe
tnenti tpr Ihe winter without reference to
hunters." The season on both ri"eed No
vember W. ftnr-e an or"-n season ha been
j-ermttod on squirrels no complaint have
been replied of their depredation.
Rihlblt Hi Kile.
The affidavit and exhibits taken In
Omaha early In Feptemner In the case of
the state aitatnat the Nebraska Telephone
company were ftle4 with the clerk of the
tiprem court today. A 1st of stockhold-
to Huffalo county for repairs and malnte
' ranee of the hririre so':-.h of this city was
continued unt I Mr. Mu.l could file brief
The case of the Standard Pr.dce ronv,'ny
for $!. aiso held rnndimc settlement In
'a brief by the plantiff could be filed.
Smith Chased in AntO from County Attorney Eauerlina; of Buffalo
Broken Bow to Oconto and I h" fUpd mn inJ'"'" ult ln itrict
court at Minden requesting- ine roun
i to enjoin Mr. Hull from further molesting
the two counties, but action by the court
in this case Is also held, pend.r.ir the filing
of a brief by the Mindt-n lawyer. Th-se are
i tha last of a number of like cases extend
) Ins over several months which were
! brought by Attorney Hull.
MRS. CLOVERM THE STAKDjPQgJAM FOR
Wife of Mordered Han Testifies in the
Trial of Kits Le Blanc.
FEACTICLD REVOLVER SHOOTTSQ
Girl Arrw4 of Mor4rr Atteeeeo Pool
Ball Gaaae with Her )leafcea4
Herself oa Hay at the
Makes ulrk Work of Frotilloria and
AU Surf axe Skin
CLEARS INFLAMED SKIS
BROKEN nJV. Neb., Iec. 1 Special
Telnrtm (julck work as done here to
day In the capture of A. B. Smith, an al
The accused nan. a ho Is about 2S years
; old. has been doing temporary work In a
j north side hotel. I'urinc early morning
hours he Is said to have entered the rooms
'of two gusts, relit ving them of money
! and valuables to the extent of about I'D
Tie of the guests, who was to have started
on an eany stage for Caiiaway, discovered
his Iuks and gave the alarm,
j In the meantime Smith had gone to a
' arff. chartered an automobile with a
I chauffeur and departed for Oconto. Sheriff i
KennixJy and Chief Towsley worked the
I telephone wires along the line and
sheriff gave chase In another machine.
( When Smlib bore down upon Oconto. Mar
shal Mcwuigan of that piaoe was ready to
receive Mm. The chauffeur was ordered
to return and the three arrived here before
noon, ln the county court this afternoon
Judpe Hoicomb continued Smith's hearing
until Monday and fixed bonds at l0.
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING FIRE
ttrartare at Colawibaa la Dasaaare t
the F.mteat of Twi Thama
OTOE riOXECR PASSES A WAT
COLT'MPVS. Neb., Dec. 1 Special Tele
?ram. Fire probably originating from a
! defective flue damaged the high school
building to the extent of t2.fl today. The
hlar. u ma riiw-oered at noon just after
the ,, ... . i m-M
ine pujns i . rxti ii-ctti uiimuijm L1 J "
! bursting through the roof when the alarm
as turned in. as it had evidently ben
burning for some time. Fortunately there
were few pupils in the building at the
Ume. the several hundred pupils who at
tend this school having been dismissed a
few mfnutes berore. Repairs on the build
ing wlU be ruthed, but It will be at least
two weeks before they can be completed
and school resumes.
CAMBRIDGE. Mase.. Dee. 1 Interest In
the trial of Hattie Letianc the 17-year-old
Cape Bref n girl, for the murder of Clar
ence F. Glover, a Waltham laundryman.
drew to the MiJdlesex county court house
today a greater crowd than any previous
time during the trial.,
Encouraged by the victory of her coun
sel yesterday, when they succeeded ln tar
ing excluded from the iury's consideration
the alleged dying declaration of Ulover
that Hattie lblanc had shot Jrtan, the Jo
frndar,t faced her accusers with a buoy
ancy that show plainly her apparent lirm
faith ln her speedy acquittal.
Mrs. Ulover. the widow, was expected to
By takir.g small part of the skin af
fected with plrr.pies. rash, blotches, etc., or
which is unduly Inflamed. Itching or chaf
ing, ard applying thereto only a small
quantity of posiam. an immediate demon
stration may be had of the remarkable,
properties of this new healing agent, and !
enough posiam for the purpose will be j
mailed free of charge upon request by the1
Emergency Laboratories West Twenty- !
fifth street. New Tork City. Spot ao
treated are cleared and healed In twenty
Foslam puts a stop to Itcfilng as soon as
applied, and Its readiness ln healing these1
small surfaces is but an Indication of its j
resume ine siana loaay. cut instead or i npii acUl,n jn tn(. cure of m ecxema , acne,
being examined by a fnendly district at- I h.,.. t.tt.r r.1 v,.,tr.' .n .11 nt
; lomey, sne aasuteo tne ordeal CT a minute
Er Claytoa, Who Cane to Ne
braska Maty 1 ears Ace. la Dead.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb . Dec. t Spe
cial. Elear Clavtnn one of the riMent
er. and a number of letter, concem.n, the ; and best known reBldenu of thl,
Purchase of the plants wh.ch led to the j h home ,outh of c,
beginning of the pendiag suit are included ( cy .ged H- WM ,B
id int record inea. - 1
The ctate canvassing board may no
canvass the returns on the constitutional j am
amendment, the returns from Dou:lus j
county reaching; the secretary of state's '
office Wednesday. As a majority of the
board are away the canvass on the d
fntted proposition w 11 wait a few daya.
Ftate Treasurer 1. U. Brian's report on
the cuttdltloa of the state treasury at the
close of November business ehoms a cash
sin re. Er.gland, and remained In England
Nebraska Newa Notea.
BEATRICE Glenn S. Aylsworth of LJn
coin and Miss Eda Svobooa of Fiiley mere
married here yesterday by Judge WaMen.
HfMBOLDT-Mice Ilcy Ray of this city
fca rii&med November II f 'll'ard John
a.en of Falrview, okl., where they have
gone to housekeeping.
SEWARD A corn show and display of
balance of VVI.ZV M ln the treasury and
tale depositories and an investment of
tvna.wa.fl! In the firur trust funds.
The receipts during the month have been
Comparatively light, the balance decreas
ing from aver 7H. to l-iu. A little
more than tSO.OM) has been added to trust
tund InTegtments Tring the month.
lasoeetioa of the Gaara.
Major E. H. Phelps of the adjutant r"
eral'a office has completed his report on
the Inspection of. the 'Second regiment of
the Nebraska National Guard. Of 701 en
listed men and officers, &.S appeared at
Inspection. This Is regarded as an excep
tional showing. Company G of Omaha
male the best showing, having but two
absentees at Inspection out of a total of
lfty-slx men. The two absentee were
out of tha state at the Ume of Inspection.
Inspection TeporU-o the First regiment
have not been finished.
- Horaer Keeps Baay.
: D. I Horner, a convict sent from Polk
rounty to the penitentiary for child steal
ing, baa presented the governor with a
picture frame of little pieces of gilded
f ood, all cleverly bound together r the '
ticks themselves. Horner has about two
later-state Rate Ban I .
On September 15 the State Railway eoro
rtilsalon authorised the Burlington railroad
to cut Its rate on cider pulp from 17H
cents to t cents from Rulo to Omaha. Re
cently the railroad attorneys found that
this commodity Actually moved to Omaha
through Iowa. They Immediately a-ked the
commission rewind Its order. The com
mission has refssed, basing ltVefu,aI on
the ground that the reduced rate applies
to Intermediate 'points and that as these
at e In Nebraska and are served by lines
ever which the commission has control the
order will stay In force until removed
through showings made at a hearing.
Steraoarraither Gets Paaa.
Byron Clark, tha Lincoln attorney for the
Burlington, who Is given office rent and
stenographer's pay by the railroad. Is al
lowed to get transportation for his stenog
rapher without violating the free pass or
aj.tt-dlecrlmlnaUon acts. The Question was
submitted to the commission by J. E.
Kclby. "The commission replied that the
test to be applied In ruch a case was
whether the Individual spent a major part
of his or her time In the service of the
company. As the stenographer is paid for
doing nothing except railroad work the
l-ass Is allowed. t
Troctioo (aaiMal'i Rate.
Tha Lincoln Traction company wants to
be allowed to put Its old t-cent rate Into
effect again. Baling its claim on a crow
petjtlon filed ln an old case the company
will be fclven a hearing December It.
Majaal Trlepheae t oaa am a lea.
Iepiity Attorney General Martin today
tent to the tae Railmajr oommiaelon ao
r-Wnton . la mhlcti he etates tiuu mutual
lelephi.ua companies are not public serv
ice corporations" fn the tneanirK of tne
statutes and are. therefore, not amenable
to the law covering such corpora U ns.
The oplnlen follows:
I have yours of November , In which
- tU uk wliethi-r a tuulul telephone com-
Jany, erani -d and o(M-ated nciu,.rly
or the benefit of ita omn meinbers, is pro
luiilted from iwu.r.g stock bonds or other
loinui of li.uMie..iiw wuiiuut authority
tf the Statu iuiiiwa commission, mm re
waned in eaee of public frervioe oorpota
liona. It Is ror opinion that a telephone eoin
luir oreaniie sole y foe pd ale pur.
Ifees, i tor lue putioe of acci.mmouat-
ii its oen :nii. and a inch U piv
ilMed L iut aiucioa ..f ii,c,.i l.i ii i, .n
IS years of age" and then i school work Is being held at tne court
started out to see the world, as he was t""!' .L"J "IT1.-. Lh.e 'j'"!? JULT"
bilious and wanted to do tomething for vroBtSK CITV-C.ov McCord and
himself and did not like the humdrum IVXe I Miss Nannie Witty came to this city from
of his childhood. He first went to Aus- I MinersvUle and were united in marriage
. ,. . . , ,v . bv Itev. F. M. Sisson at the Methodist
tralla and engaged in mining, then to : tplscopai parsonage.
Sydney, New Zealand and other places. In f C AL.LA W A T C. W. Elliott, who for the
1V he came to America, remaining In j last three years has conducted the Pioneer
New Tork for a year and then came to I Meat market In this city, sold his market
v. . . ,, . to Warwick Bros, of Oconto yesterday.
.eura.-Ka. ne came ia ran as iar as , 7 he ew proprietors took charge at once.
Iowa city, ja., the western terminal or
the railway, and walked to Council Bluffs.
He then went to Sidney, la., and rode to
this city on a pony. He remained here for
a short time and then went to Kansas, but
soon returned and settled on the homestead
where he d!). He still ownd the original
homestead and enough additional land te
make l,3iK acres, all lying close together.
He was 111 but two days with obstruction
of the bowel. He was married ln 1S70 to
Miss Eleanor Horn, a native of Kentucky,
and to them were born two children, two
daughters, who survive him. His wife died
ln 1S1 and In he was married sgain to
Miss Sarah Church, who survives him.
His funeral will be held Friday and the
remains will be placed to rest ln Lee's
GOLDEN WEDDI3G AT KEARXEY
mwil ntirf Buffer! nAirifnl InliiriM frmm
Mr. and Mrs. Thoaaaui Clelaa Cele- contact with the pavement and the auto-
NEBRAS1CA CITT Hugh llson of this
city, who is traveling fur Swift and Com
pany, was united in marriase at Maeon.
Imru, to Miss Ljilian Tarwaier. They will
make their future home at Muskogee. OKI.
TORK A new hospital, with Mrs. Atkin
son as superintendent, has been estab
lished at 1M Nebraska avenue. For tome
time Tork has not had a hospital. Tne
present building is being remodeled and
is open to the public
EMERSON M rs. Kellogg was granted a
divorce from her husband. Webb Kellogg,
a well-known stockman, yesterday by
Judge Grover at Ponca. Mrs. Kellogg gets
the custody of their three children lAd fcS
per month alimony for two years.
BEATRICE R. A. Small, who was
brougnt here recently from Esbon, Kan.,
to reedve treatment at the United Bret men
nospiiai, died yesterday morning. The body
will be taken to Esbon for Interment and
the funeral will be held next Sunday.
TORK CorlesJi Coon, a young man, was
run over by an automobile driven by Wes
V iseman. Young Coon w as riding a bi
cycle. The lad was thrown on the pave-
hrate Their Fiftieth Amm Ireroaj-y.
KEARNET, Neb-Dec h Special.-Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Cleland, pioneers of Buf
falo county and of Kearney, celebrated
their golden wedding ann:versary Wed new
Say and Jt was attended by every Immedi
ate member of1 a large family of sons and
daughters. Three sons-in-law. four daughters-in-law
. and , sixteen grandchildren
wire present, as were a few Invited
Mr. and Mrs. Cleland have nineteen
living grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
They have eight living; children, all
of whom attended the reunion. The chil
dren are: Mrs. Sherman Ragalns, John,
Edgar, Charles, all of Kearney; Alex of
Ogden, Utah; Mrs. J. W. Fperry of Rose
dale, Kan., and J. P. Cleland of Omaha.
The bride and groom of fifty years ago
were both married in Scotland, 'Mr. Cle
land at Dalton. Armandale, January X.
1N0&. and Mrs. Clelaad at Larbreck, Dum
frieshlre, March 30, They were mar
ried at Dumfries. November 30. 15tX They
left Scotland ln IKS and came to America,
settling ln Illinois where for a time they
resided at Bloomlngton and later at Jack
sonville, where Mr. Cleland was foreman
in the Chicago Alton railroad shop.
They have resided ln Buffalo county s.nce.
Rial Awrav with Mall.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Dec I (Spe
cial.) A team of old horses attached to
the mail wagon here did a peculiar stunt
yesterday morning. All of the nltiht mail
which arrived here was loaded on the
wag-on and the driver went back Into the
depot for something and when be came
out the team was gone and with them a
wagonload of mail. . He came up town
and gave the alarm, but nothing could be
ascertamed regarding the team. All morn
ing officers and others were looking for
the team, but with no success, but about
noon a telephone message from Wyoming,
a small town seven miles north of hers on
the Misrourl Pacific railway conveyed the
Intelligence that the wagon and team were
there and the mail all intact. The team had
traveled the entire distance by itself and
gone on a slow trot. The only reasonable
solution of the act is that tha horses have
been fed up at that place several Ume of
late and liking the feed real well concluded
to go back there. The horses have been
driven on the mnil wagon and hacks here
Bridge faaea oa Trial at Mlaira,
KEARNEY. Neb.. Dec. L Special. -After
a trial of four days ln district court
at Mtnden the case of Joel Hull against
iv.mniiu.ftnm r . f Krtkv n I ttiiffaln
trvin reniiritf tele iit-i4i t. u,M !,...,. ... l ......
lu any number ow. ),. r.,.1.,7,. aZ " counties in wmcn Be attempts to prevent
mobile. No blame Is attached to Mr.
BEAT RICK Following Is the mortgage
report for Gage county for the month of
November: Number of farm mortgages
filed. 10. amounting to flS.C'O; number farm
mortgages released. 12. amounting to 121.; 80.
lii'mwr city mortgages, (lied. &. amounting
to IIS.uhO; number city' mortgages released,
la, amounting to I11.KA.
HUMBOLDT Mrs. Josephine Blecha died
suddenly Sunday of apoplexy at her home
south or Humboldt. Frank Blecha, hus
band of the deceased, died about twenty
years ago. and she leaves six children. :
Frank Witt of the Bohemian society con
ducted funeral services, while music was
furnished by the Humboldt band.
NEBRASKA CITT Because of a falling
off ln the census report of the population
of tids county of nearly 1.000. the salaries
of many of the county officials are re
duced, and all are greatly worried. It
reduced the salary of the sheriff to tlJiOO.
county commissioner to HJ. county attor
ney to tu0 and county assessor to 0(X
KEARNET The friends and fellow
churchmen of Bishop Annn R. Graves
have united In providing for a life size
portrait of himself to be placed in the
Kearney Military academy, with a bronze
tablet which will bear permanent testimony
to his connection with that Institution of
the church as its founder and patron.
KEARNET Mrs. John C. Patten has
asked for a divorce from ber husband, who
is now serving a fifteen-year sentence ln
the state penitentiary for assault on his
13-year-old daughter. Mrs. Anna Ruselton
has also flied petition ln district court for
decree of divorce against her husband on
Lhe grounds of abandonment and nonsup
port. HUMBOLDT Will Roberta, who came
hero recently from Oklahoma, is lodged in
county tail awaiting a hearing on the
charge of assaulting Miss Linda Waffle,
daughter of Clark Waffle, who came here
recently from Lincoln. The girl was em
ployed as domestic at the home of a
neichbor. where young Roberts worked as
a farm hand. ;
TORK The local Burlington agent K
Morehouse, paid into the Tork countv
treasury taxes to the amount of tl.fl2..
County Treasurer W. E. McCloud appor
tioned the amount paid by Mr. Morehouse
as follows: Tork countv. S3 1X44; town
ship. Jl 516.12: schools. ILSQW; bond tax.
fc-in rt; York and villages, tM7.s2, and stajs
of Nebraska, gt.0W.30.
FEWARDWohn lartleU of Beaver Cross
ing was broupht to Seward yesterday by
Constable J. R. McCord of that place and
arraigned before Judre Gladwish on a
charge of assaulting KaJph Keigler with a
butcher knife Sunday morning. After hear
ing the evidence in the casa Bartiett was
bound over to the district court In the
sum of tiiOO until the next term of tha
HUM BOLDT Sunday evening the threo
daughters cf David Kean. living bear Daw
son, were thrown from their buatry when
the horse became frightened at the rust
ling of dry leaves along the road. M s
Bridget Kean was very seriously Injured
and lay unconscious for hours after being
rescued by her brothers, who were driving
close behind her. The other two girls
mere badly bruised and the recovery of
Miss Bridget la yet a matter of doubt.
and searching cross-examination at the
hands of Mr. Johnson, counsel for Miss
before Mrs. Glover was cross-examined.
Assistant District Attorney Weir asked her
a few more Uirerl uuatsl..na stii -. 1 r . it 1
lilt ma fkmil.a. witr, .... . . . , .
- .... . . . Tt 1113 OI1U UIBl
Hattie Lebianc was with her husband ana
herseif ln an automobile at a foot bail
game on the afternoon of the shooung.
On cross-examination Mrs. Glover ad-
milted she had received letters under an i
I assumed name, that of Minnie Everett.
Li ark She sai.i she was Introduced to bar
husband by A-Uiur Glover, his brother, and J
that botn men used Uie name of Gardner. I
She sad ahe and Clarence Giover ' were
mairied in Boston ln January, isvu, ana !
i again in troviaence in wmo. The secouu
marriage ceremony was performed because
she was told tne first was Illegal.
She aunutted that sne had indulged In
revolver practice with her husband in their
back yard ln Waltnam, but she disliked a
She said sha frequently wrote letters for
Hattie Lebianc and admitted sending
one to a Mr. Faies at Centervlile, N. . 1
bhe could not remember whether she had
referred to Mr. Fales as Hattie s lover.
"I wrote what Batl.e told me to write,"
said M a Glover. After a coiloquy over i
letters she asked: 1
"If you know what Is In those letters
why don't you show them to meT"
"Because they can t be found," replied
Mrs. Giover said that since the murder
the pohce and the lawyers had ransacked
her house and many letters were missing,
including letters addressed to Hattie.
Mrs. Glover made an addition to her list
of occupations by stating that she hau
been on the stage for a time, pos.ng as a
forms of Itch, scaly scalp; ln short, every j
surface skin affection. j
Foslam is sold In two sixes (trial, j
cents; regular jars, 4-1 uy an arugRisia.
particularly Sherman & McConneil Drug
Co.. the Owl Drug Co., and Brandels Drug
Kjaa Jewel. y
15th and Boot'is
We have the exclusive aarencv and an
immense line of this popular candv.
You had best leave vour order
early that you may have It speeiaJlv
liiled and secure all voii need
O. A. MELCKEB bKUO CO..
B. E. Cor. 17th and farnam Bta.
A Serleae Breakdown
results from chronlo constipation. Dr.
King's New Ufa Pills curs heasuche, stom
ach, liver and bowel trouble. Sc. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co. -
Bigger, better. Busier That la what
advertising ln The Bee will do for your
FOOD FOR wh rnd th"r fwr
.7 jerk and youthful vlgc
" mi ana nervous men
gone as a rMii nf
work or mental exertion should take
BRAT'S NERVE FOOD PILLS. They
win make you aat and sleep and be a
man again. r
t) Box, Boxes fJSO I, vail.
BXZmMAJI ft BtcCOsTaZXa, DstUO CO,
Cor. 16th and Xodrs Btreeta.
OWL MUO COkCPAXT.
Cor. lSth and Karaay Bta Osmaka Sab.
i-oine mmer im provision tt law vilura
te-juire tne 6'ate Railway commission to
autiHin it tj sue stk, bonus and
I'tber forms of indebtedness.. This law evi
Cintlv was designee io place under the
lontrol of the aae l:iii,av conniussi a
ruch public isej-v.ee c 'ip rai ons as under
take io ene ii,t puuiic t..r lure. 'i lie
. company described by joj iwi nH under
take it. r tne public fur hire or to
re It tn anv moaner, btit eipreaaly pro
vides to the curmair.
Hence I do not think this company
' under ti.r term pub'lc service cwr
orauwii.' as ueod la the statute.
Net Wclarhf I -oar Asala.
A complaint was filed ln Justice court
ttalay agio rut O. J." King and R. T. Bates
c6rtihK tifeen with selling Improperly
branded biscuit pvkage put up by the
NauonaJ bw.wt cviupany. King is a kcai
gr'ceryman and Bates is general agent
for the cefent ai.t' couiiiany. This action
marks the b.ni.n,g of a aa t Ui test the
iit weight io.".in of the pure food law
and fallows upon ye preparsuion of stip
ulauon In the rue by Assistant Attorney
Geoerel A) res nj John L. Webster.
Slorfotk t.aloa ttttr ret teal.
. NUKFOLK, Jicb,, Dec t tSjciaJ Tele
gram ) Norfolk t gaan during tto last ten
lotars. aoi-ooling to ceiiau figure an
r.ounced today by eSupervitor 1J of the
Third Nebraska district, ha beea a greater
IsereetiUsV li.an the growth of any other
!ty in ibis dutil. L Norfolk's population
is tC7, a con.paroj with 1 sij is Lmu. a
Cola of wr U pwr cool
payment of warrants tn the amount
of t?.3ii0 lasued by the Kearney supervisors
Ace Wo ana a Hart hr Fall.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Dec L (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Anna Jaspers, an aged woman,
started home after a visit with some
friends and wandered doww on' the Missouri
Pacific tracks on Third fctreW and fell off
a bridge across North' Table creek, a tils- i
tance of soma forty4f eet. Khe was found
several hours af tern ard by a passerby and
conveyed to ber homo, where it was found
that her hip was broken and abe suffered
from concussion of the brain. Because of
her extreme age. 80 years. It Is not- thought
sha will recover.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Owe Dollar Per Tear.
The Ostend Toque
The first of these little crocheted hats
was made and sold by a child at a country
fair in France. Within a few months they
were being worn in all parts of Europe. Last
summer we bought a sample in Paris and
made an exact copy. Here it is the authen
tic original style with the charming lines
and texture that captivated Europe. If you
will send us the coupon below, we will tell
you how to make these toques. It is very
easy. An hour is ample time and only six
skeins of Fleisher's Germanfown Zephyr is
required. You surely want an Ostend Toque,
for their European success is being repeated
here in America and everyone is wearing
them. They are excellent Christmas gifts
pretty, up-to-date, inexpensive. Sena now.
Fleisher's Germantown Zephyr
(one of the twelve Fletaher Yarns)
which is wed in making these toque, hsi a soft, irnooth thread of rest
durability. Made of this yarn, the toque will reuin its originsl besot?
and softness through the trying te of ancertsra winter weather. Let
us send you a sample card showing this fine yarn.
J Mall this Coupon to S. B. & B. W. FleJther, Philadelphia 129
and wc will send yea com
plete direcnons far auking
the Ostcad Tsoms sst a
aunsic car mf ta rViaher
Bigger. Better. Busier TBat la wnat ad
vertising la Tha Boa will do for yoia
Tiie Lightest Bouglinuts
1 'You Ever Ate
perfectly raised, wholesome and delicious if you will use
For producing: food of most delicious flavor and perfect
lightness and wholesomeness, there is no baking powder
in the world to equal Itumfurd it
Makes Digestible Food!
Tfcc Eaat 1 U IUBe-craAc BaXlag rivde-N Aiam
"The Only Thing
That Will Relieve
The piercing paint of Neuralgia,
which often follows a bad cold or
La Grippe, are frequently almost un
bearable and few medicine aflord
anjr relief to the tuSerer.
'I am a rural mail carrier and
have been a user of the Dr. Mile
medicines for years.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
can't be beaten. They are the
only thing I hare found that will
relieve my neuralgia and I have tried
most everything, besides medicine
from the doctor. I am willing to
tell anyone what the Anti-Pain
Pills did for me."
Box 205 WoodviH. Ohio
If you, lite Mr. HUderbrandt,
"have tried most everything" in
vain, why not do as he did, fight
your aches and pains with Dr.
Maes' Anti-Pain PLUs. Let the
pills bear the brunt of the battle.
No matter how stubborn the con
test, they will come out victorious.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pelf. Fills
stand on their record, which is a
long list of cures extending back a
Dru agists everywhere sell thorn. If
first package fails to benJt. your drug
gist will return your moaey.
MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart, Ind.
Next to the Presentation of Gifts
The Greatest Pleasure of the
Christmas Season Comes from
Or for a red, rough,
coarse, pimply, blotch
ed, unsightly akin,
there is nothing better
y A greasclesa, fra- 7
iui, eaeenve i
toilet cream, which
ties from the pores,
and tends to make
the skin soft, clear
Get at as A. D. S.
- o , .
the ajr yy
m M a i, a i
Needless delay maes gift buying a burdensome taak a series of vex
ing, tiresome and quite frequently dis appointing experiences. Many find
excuse for such delays in the idea that they must be in the crowds to en
joy full measure of the spirit of the season.
The real Christmas spirit lives in the farsighted shopper who comes
to the last week or ten days before Christmas with all gifts ready for pre
sentation. They possess; that great pleasure of satisfaction that follows the
knowledge that in each gift the right selection was made chosen with
ample time and intelligently.
Much of the real joy of gift-giving is lost in the hurried selection and
immediate presentation. Much of the atmosphere that surrounds the gift
depends upon the care and the little personal touches given the wrappings
and the tying all of which is quite often neglected in the late selection,
So Ut us again emphatizt the Importance of early Chri it
mat shopping now and ln the eirly morning hour
when asMortmente are in bitter orter thin can poteibly be
maintained later in the teat on, and in the diyt busier hours
Shopping Early in the Day
The increasing lines of
the accompanying- table
indicates tt Increasing
number of shoppers each
boar as the day grows.
Chrlsmaa crowds are al
ready ao large It la necea
. aary to begin at once to
Impreas the public with
the conveniences, the or
derly arra n g emeot of
stocks and the personal
aerrice which the early
moroiDg hours afford.
s a m..
S A. SCi
1 A. M.
ii a. as.
1 S. M.
s p. aci
These early hours ef the
day are the beat Ume for
? H a wo j c-n.
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