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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATI KDAY. FEm.r.RT 4, 1011.
Waist In our en
tire Mock at c-
Silk Walnts -actually
up to $7.50 - --
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ar "X. J i
worth up In
$5. :it $2.98
W om o n's $t
K i (1 v nlown
at . .$2.50
REMARKABLE SPECIAL PURCHASE
MM Women's Wash Dresses
Worth $7.50 and $10 Each, at $5.
Wc bought .!'K) of thesi pretty and strictly up to-tl.ito
wash drosses from a manufacturer whose stunning anl
jiraetical models are always in demand. He was anxious
to get cash for his entire lot and we certainly captured a
All These Dresses Are Advance Spring Models
Women's and misses' sizes, in late spring and early summer
effects, cleverly made of plain and fancy rp
iri ti trli m m iririnnu mwl nliik.ku iintv flit J S
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pkirts long, short or three-quarter sleeves
S AW j
- r i
i't'i';' I I'M
t'V::,v ti !;Wp
very smartlv trimmed.
Second Floor, at
Odds and Ends of Women's Silk and Wool Dresses.
This Is a v-ry fine lot of very practical styles In Women's Winter
DroMPH odds and ends of a bit? sale. They are worth up
to $35. Saturday, one day only, at
Women's Long Cloaks, Worth Up to $17.50, at
These are practical, serviceable, well tailored suits med
ium and heavy weight--good styles
Women's Long Cloaks, Worth Up to $17, at
Excellent quality, warm and serviceable Winter Cloaks ex
tremely well made. This winter's popular styles ,
In Children's Dept. Second Floor.
Women's $3.50 and $5 Bath Robes a few
to close out at $2.50
Children's $1.50 Outing Flannel Pajamas
to close out at 69
Children's $1 Outing Flannel Gowns to
close out at 49
Women's $1 Initial Embroidery Gowns, with
lace trimming; special G9J"
Bargains for Baby
Infants' Dresses, In long and short lengths,
also skirts In long and short lengths, that
are slightly mussed from our big January
white goods sales. Your choice of any one
of the hundreds of garments at. ... OFF
Infants' Wear Department Second Floor.
AN EXTRA SPECIAL SALE OF FINE
v WASH FABRICS IN THE BASEMENT
40c Embroidered Swiss Mulls and
Allover Et?;d' Dress Swiss at 12k
Beautiful white dress Swisses are specially priced.
Saturday. Large and small embroidered dots, fancy em
broidered figured designs, many with barred grounds
hundreds of yards of allover embroidered Swisses.
You will "wonder why we sell them so cheaply when
4()e would be the regular price. It is well known that
when we make big cash purchases at a saving our cus
tomers always share our good fortune and
are able to buy at a great saving. n a
T lipsp hfi.nil i fill pmnrmnpi'pil Swksm H
for waists and dresses, on sale Saturday,
at. vard '.
ON SPECIAL SLE IN BASEMENT
This underwear is a little mussed from our
big January Muslin Underwear sales. Gar-
i mcnts of all descriptions and styles draw
ers, rorset covers, gowns, skirts, chemises,
Combinations, etc. Only a few that were
slightly soiled, the rest only slightly mussed
Exceptional values as the reductions are N'.v.::jV'
most remarkable. Three big lots; choice at i&rf&tftf
18c, 38c and 68c
Children's Cloaks Worth ud to $7.50
Scores of Children's Warm Winter Cloaks, In various styles CL"
and sizes big lot to choose from basement, at t
Brandeis Red Cross Drug Sale
Our regular monthly sale of toilet articles, druggists' sundries, etc., at bargains that
are making theae Ited Cross sales the talk of Omaha.
2Do Kanltol Tooth Powder. 13o
2Bc Dr. Grave's Tooth Pow
2Bc Triolet Bath Powder... 7o
2 Go Lilac Talcum 70
25c Colgate's Tooth Paste. SOo
25c Soxodont 380
25c Rosaline .ISO
25o LuHtrlty Nail Polish.. Ito
ttlverman's Lavender Bhampoo,
76o I'ompelan Massage. . . .490
JBOc Hiker's Violet Cerat..3
25c Hspey' Cream 800
25c Batliasvveet Oo
25o Kanltol Bath Powder. .180
60c Flower, Ulrl Toilet water,
' at 9.0
60c Locust Blossom, per os.990
00c Jockey Club, per ox...a9o
50o Java Hire Powder. .. .870
50c Mme. Yale's Powder. .890
15c Chamois So
3 Cakes Ivory Soap lOo
1 lb. HO-Mule Team Borax.. So-
25c Hydrogen Peroxide 90
7 Cakes Cocoanut Oli Soap.aso
15c Llquosone Soap So
Have you ever tried Harmony
Glycerine Soap for the Bath?
"3 for 85o
75c Fountain Syringe. Satur
ft Hot Water Bottle 690
', fountain Syringe. .. .81.39
$3.50 Marvel Syringe $2.75
75c Rubber Qloveit 49g
Mini. Tale's Preparations.
?5o Mme. Yale's Soap.... 80a
60o Almond Blossom Cream,
$1.50 Skin Cream $1.85
$1 Complexion Tablets. .. .8o
$1 Celery and Iron Tonic. 790
$1 Kheuinatlc ltemedy ....89a
25c Baby Laxative 83o
50c Rubbing Oil 450
76c Genuine Ideal Hair Brush,
at . S9o
lOo Shlnola 70
26c Whisk Brooms 180
51c Sponges 890
60c Society Hyglennlque. . . .850
Colgate's Cashmere Boquet, 15u
Pear's unscented lao
Plver's La Trifle Boo
llonlilgorls Ideal Sop, per
cake -. , 83
.10c Official Seal, Saturday. .50
6o Supreme Justice, 7 for.. 80O
6c Owl, per box of 50.... 91.86
Little Chancellor, for.... 160
7 Tjbcs M. Q. Developer. .BSo
2-ox. Graduates 30
4-os. Graduates Bo.
3x4V Printing Krame..14o
1 lb. Hypo . . .60
We do Developing and Finishing.
AVIATOR KNIT BONNETS
In Our Millinery Dept.
Here are the latest creations In these popular bonnets knitted
very large and full, with ties of the same material
solid colors, also combinations of white and gray, red . Jjll
and white, etc regular $3.50 kind at V""wv
$2.50 Trimmed Millinery at $1 la Basement
Here are several hundred large and small trimmed hats velvet
and silk finished, with flowers and fancy effect base- d
ment bargain square at V
Ho s' all wool
flannel blue and
Blirs 4 to 16 -
Hovs' blouse waists
- - some sllghtly
soiled, worth up
to $1. at. . ..WC
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Men's suits and
up to $12. JO -at
Mn's and )oung
men's fancy vests
- worth up to
$:'..-(, at . .DSi4
HERE'S A GREAT OFFER
Saturday You Can Buy a
Good, Up-to-Date Winter
Suit or Overcoat, $ffh50
Worth M8, 420 or $2259 y-
Theso 'ro suits and ovi'i'co;its for busiiioss
wmr CUitlit's tluit will wt'iir you month nftfi
month and still look rilit nnd liold their shnpi'.
.lust think of the cluinco of buying the same
suit or oven-oat you would have paid $''().( M) for
last month for $!..(. They
will be worth three times
that much to you in service.
Select from hundreds in
Hrnndeis Store Saturdav at.
BLUE SERGE SUITS Sizes 42, 44 CQ CA
and 46 only OV.iJU
Ixngs, regulars and stouts, but only one or two of a
kind, actually worth as high as $18.
(Jic for Hirsh-Wickwiro and Renvvick Sys
$lO tern OVERCOATS and SUITS that
have been selling all season at $25.00 and $30.00.
Sale of Men's and Young Men's Odd Pants
New patterns, correct cut, good AC JZ
materials, worth up to $5. at $l,yd$L. 7J
. AMERICAN BOY SCOUT SUITS
Most popular boys' out-door suit in America today. On
sale, Second floor, old store. Complete, $3 25
Any Knickerbocker Pants in
Our Entire Stock.
. lots and Tweed
and Article ot Decoration
Favors for Valentine Parties, Etc.
The largest and prettiest assortment of Valen-
f tines In Omaha, Including hundreds of tho new
Valentine Post Cards.
- Red crepe tissue paper, red cardboard, paper
garlands, plain rd hearts, dinner and tally cards,
dollies and paper napkins, writing paper for invi
On sale In Stationery department.
Special Sale of
WOOD TO BURN
In Pyrography Dept.
Glove and Handkerchief
Boxes, In all designs 25c
values; special, at...lJ)
Our regular 19c Glove and
Handkerchief Boxcb, with
best quality clasp; special,
Our 75c Photo Boxes, in
largest sire, regular 75c
special, at 3f
Our 25c Tie Racks, at.l
Our 98c- Placques, at.. 75
Our 25c PlacqueB. at. .15
Our 98c Tabourettes. . . 4t)
. $6.00 Outfits for $2.25'
Outfits with large bulbs, nood
qudlity point, art slain alco
hol lamp tubing, practice
pieces, nn ot i alms &a op
and carving set, UUV
We give' you' a free lesson
with every outfit.
Specials in Human Hair Goods
Second Floor and
Cluster Ihiffs, ii In set
One of the very latest
hair dress accses
sorles, becoming to
all styles of beauty
regularly IT 4 Oft
24-Inch Sanitary Hair
Rolls, 75c values
Two extra large Rear Hair 1 Twp extra large Silk Nets.
20-lUch Ipng Switches, regular price $3.50; sale 7
price .. ; 81.50
22-inch long Switches, regular price $4.00;' sale
24-lnch lorg Switches, regular price $6.00; sale
24-Inch long Gray Switches, regular price $7.00;
sale price .$2.08
HIGH SGH00LS0CIETIES MEET
Interesting Programs Mark First Reg
ular Meeting of Year.
MANY HAVE WARM DEBATES
Nrw Mofletlea Are Formed and Ulkrr
Nurlrilr. K.lrcl Officer to Serve
Dnrlna- the Remainder of tke
Friday afternoon the literary acdetles of
the Omaha High school met for the first
lime for the new year. Election of offi
cers took placa In several societies an!
two new aoo.etlcs were organized. About
twenty girls, under the leadership of Mis
ilonnell, met and organlztd the Lowell so
ciety. The election of officers waa then
held, which resulted In the following:
l'resldent, pnrothy 8ayr; vice president,
Marie llowley; accretary, Ruth TrumMe.
Another boys' debating society was also
formed, which makes four debating so
cieties. The new society la called the Lin
coln club. The LJnlnger Travel club1 heid
a business meeting and elected the follow
ing officers: President. Eula. Crawford;
vice president. lli"l Day, and secretary,
In the other societies. In which the elec
tion of officers waa held three weeks ago.
regular prugrama were carried out. The
girls of the Francis Willard society gave
a play, which waa enjoy id by all present.
The first number cutis ated of a piano se
lection by Eleanor uillan, which was
tillil'ly apprfcluted. Ida liiodk.y next
gave a violin solo, uhlch waa also favor
ably leitln I Kollowlng this the play was
given. '1 lie cast of the play wai aa f 1
llelx-ciit Helen Johnson
hlUah tl t.ila alev
liiKce Elaabeih Kieltluiun
.Murie Marie Gaimr
H.. Kleanor t.iilun
Maiiam I'ona Johns n
It Verli.e Hliotla Lincoln
After the play wai over the gills enj yej
a fudge uity.
I'leladee Mm-lelr JlrfH.
Hum Mciiovein waa In charge of the
program In the Plciaiies cc.cty cJ the
tollouing program Mas given: Nina Wil
son gave an oilKlnal atorv which showed
much iiiunu.ty, Ueula Putcamp and Mario
Cawmody gave a r citation, entltleJ, "The
ktar," which was very Interesting. A lively
drkate then took place on the question,
"Kecolved, That a man should remain
a bachelor as lorn; a poa-'lhlt." The af
I'li inatlvp of this question wan taken by
Uoae Molovern and the negative by Mar
garet Ke.nan The young women In the
Kotirty seemed much cuiicei lied nllh lb
cuicoine of the debate, and the two girls
argued the question In a manner which
would caUMt a few of the boy debaters t)
take notice. Gnevieve Thornblomm then
r. kJ an Interesting paper and Margui-rit
an Avery chuied the piogram with a
In the I'iIkc'IU AUlen aocetv the girls
curried out a Japanese prig. am in a very
effective manner. Ijlllau Kllsworth ave
an iiile.f tiiiK lec tatlon on Toklo. The
liriM-r.l palace decitb d bv NVIIIe
liVaaon In u i-lvei- nil. The affair In
the Japantaa streets were then given by
OUSTER CASE IS DRAGGING ON
Little Progress is Made in the Don
ATTORNEYS STILL WRANGLING
Jadg-e Evan Hold that Wltaesa Meed
Mot Show HI Book to the At
torney for Either Side
of the C'aae.
Orphta McCartney. Maude Carew told of
the shops of Japan and Helen Sturgess
gave an Interesting account of a Japanese !
tea houHe. Francis Itamhart doted the I
program by telling of the ciuntry of
Japan and Its culture In a clever original
Willard Society Proarrani.
In the Francis Willard society the fol
lowing program waa carried out:
Reading Gladys WestKate
Kssay Luclle Peterson
Heading Beaula McCau
Hecltatlon Marguerite Butt
Original Jokes Nellie Proebtiing
A New Year's Resolution... Stella Abraham
Argumentative Kssuy Kate Kield
The annual Joint meeting of the Elaine
society and the Demosthenlan society,
which was to take place Friday afternoon,
was postponed until February ' 17. The
girls carried out a very Interesting pro
gram, which was called the Ladles' Home
Journal number. Pearl Alnsworth opened
the program by a delightful piano solo.
Marlon Weller then gave a number of
qulbs entitled "That Reminds Me." These
were written after the fashion as those
which appear In the Ladles' Home Jour
nal and were very clever. Minnie Ander
son took upon herself the serious part of
the program by writing the editorials.
Gertrude Green wrote an original story,
and then told It In an Interesting way.
The pretty girl queatlons, which always ap
pear In the Ladles' Home Journal, were
undertaken by Dorothy Dale. Ruth Cook
closed the program by giving the "Good
Manners and Good Form" page.
Hawthorne Society Program.
The Hawthorne society held a regular
meeting and gave the following program:
A Myth, Daedulus and Iscaus.. Marie Carey
Modern Aviation Gladys Miller
Original Story Florence Oison
Kxtracts from Dr. Johnson's HauHelaa....
. -., Hortense Shlmnan
Captain Htnrmfleld's Visit to Heaven
Reading, Darius Green and His Flying Ma
chine .Net Hinman
Rrowalaar Society Program
Quite the same program - which the
Flalne girls gave was carried out by the
members of the Browning society. A La
dies' Home Journal number ,was given and widow Renounces Provision Made in
the following girls n.Jj up tilt prURCaiu. 1 ur,-ii j ri; t ck...
tv aa auu vxaiuuo Aaigcx guaio
Wrangling among the attorneys, which
often descended to .personalities, marked
the continued slow progress of the Donahue
ouster case Friday. John Nlttler, a retail
liquor dealer, was the first on the stand.
He had with him memoranda slips showing
sales in the red light district. Judge Evans
held that the attorneys on neither side
should see these slips. When this decision
had been made Mr. Connell stepped to the
witness and asked to see them. The wit
ness readily handed them to him, where
upon Judge Kvans ruled that If on side
could see them the other might also, so
the slips were placed In the hands of the
attorney for the state.
While Mr. Connell leaned over the wit
ness, Attorney Mullen shouted:
"I demand that counsel be not allowed
to tamper with the witness as was done
. Turning In a rage Mr. Connell declared
that he had not tampered with any witness,
but was perfectly .within his rights. "1
should think the state would send a full
grown man Instead of a kid to try this
case," he continued.
The men were quieted oy the court with
difficulty. Two of Nlttler's drivers were
placed on the stand and testified that they
were certain the writing upon the slips
Nlttler was recalled and admitted making
sales In the red light district.
been - taken from circulation and It has
been found the bills are split in sections
combined with yellow paper or dollar bills
and passed partially folded.' A raid made
last night on a, suspected house resulted In
CAUCUS FAVORS 391 IN HOUSE
WHOLESALE VOTE BUYING
IN ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
City Employe Accused of ParchaalasT
More Than Half Registered Vote
of One District.
ATLANTIC, N. J., Feb. S. Evidence
brought before the special state assembly
commission to probe alleged election frauds,
In Atlantic City, which resumed Its sitting
here today, was that votes had been pur
chased and paid for in the store of Thomas
McDevltt, a republican leader In the first
Stanley Williams, a former clerk In the
McDevltt place, testified that an employe
of the city comptroller's office paid over
money to voters and declared that he bad
paid for 308 votes out of a registration ot
UO. The price paid, according to the wit
ness ranged between one and two dollars
'SPOTTED FEVER" DRIVES
MANY FROM THEIR HOMES
Mrs. Elkins Demands
Dower Right in Estate
Advertisement Klotse Stevenson
That Reminds Me Jennie Ft eiiK'o"k
The Gentleman Ghost, a story' Eloise Wade
A Parody Kthel Magney
Pretty Ulrl Questions Margaret 1 lake
A Poem llenrletra Bergman
Only one of the boys' societies had a
program, the other three having Important
buainess meetings. The program of the
Athenian society was as follows:
Dewey's Diary Chna. Shook
Debate. "Resolver, That credit should be
given the members of the literary societies
of the O. H. S." was then given. The
affirmative was taken by Kdwln Partridge
and the negative bv Harold Over.
to dyspepsia, liver complaint and kidney
trouble Is needless. Electric Bitters Is
the guaranteed remedy. 60o. For vale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Scores Fleeing front Epidemic In
Greene Conaty, Mississippi
Disease Is Dangeron.
MOBILE, Ala., Feb. I. Scores of persons
are fleeing from Greene county, Mississippi,
near the Alabama line, to escape a sudden
epidemic of what .Is termed "spotted fever."
according to dispatches received here to
night The disease Is said to be very dan
gerous. How many persons are afflicted
Is not known, but four new cases were re-
puneu louay. j
Alabama health officers will leave here
from Lucedale. the county seat of Greene
county, tomorrow and Investigate, prepara
tory to taking steps to prevent the spread
of the disease Into Alabama.
Republicans Adopt Campbell's Re
apportionment Plan, 70 to 55.
WOULD KEEP THE SAME NUMBER
( rnmparLrr Bill Tnrned Down, Fol
lowing Explanation that It w'onld
Prevent I.ons of Representa
tion by Any State. ,
WASHINGTON. Feb. .-A house mem
bership of 391, as at present, waa the con
gressional reapportionment plan agreed
upon by the republican caucus of the house
last night. This proposition, made by Mr.
Can.pbell of Kanaas, was first defeated, 66
to 91, but later reconsidered and adopted,
70 to 65.
Aboyt 150 republican members of the
house attended the caucus. The first bill
considered was that reported by Mr. Crum
packer of Indiana, chairman of the house
committee on census, fixing the house
membership after March I, 1913. at iZ3. on
a ratio of population to representatives of
211.877, as against 194.183 as at present.
This Includes Arizona and New Mexico
and any new states after the date fixed
would be additional to the 33, which Is
the lo.vest number that would prevent any
Hate from loBtng a representative.
(raupackrr fexplalns BUI.
Mr. Crumpacker explained his bill In de
tail to the caucus. He showed how with
'433 no state would lose a member. New
York would gain six, Pennsylvania, four;
California and Oklahoma, three; Illinois.
Massachusetts, New Jersey, Texas and
Washington, two, and Alabama, Colorado,
Florida, Georgia. Idaho, Louisiana. Michi
gan, Minnesota, Montana. North and .South
Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Rhode Island
and West Virginia, one member each.
This action, together with the defeat of
a plan to offset the negro disfranchise
ment In the south, urged by Messrs. Ben
nett and Olcott of New York, and op
posed by Mr. Gaines of West Virginia
and others, occurred during a three-hours' ;
session of the caucus.
Several propositions were pending, the
Campbell proposition leaving the houso
as It stands today; a proposition by Mr.
Elvlns of Missouri, favoring 402 members;
one by Mr. Stafford of Wisconsin for 27
members, representing views said to be
held by Speaker Cannon and other house
leaders, and the Crumpacker Idea of 433
members, urged at the outset by Its au
thor. Detail Left to Committee.
The Campbell plan was first taken up
and finally put through, the details of
carrying out the scheme being left to the
census committee, which will prepare the
way for action at this session of congress.
The caucus developed Into a rather
stormy one when the Bennett disfran
chisement plan was proposed. The plan
directed the preparation of a bill to carry
out seotlon 2 of the fourteenth amend
ment to the federal constitution so as to
cut down the representation of any state
exactly to the extent that the negroes
were disfranchised by such a state.
This proposition was defeated after con
siderable speech making, 72 to 48, the
same number of representatives voting
against It as voted against consideration
of reapportionment at this session, when
the vote was H9 to 4K.
Grandfather I'laoee In Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Feb. 2.-The
Arkansas legislature today passed a reso
lution for the insertion of a "grandfather"
clause in the state constitution by a unan
imous vote. The five republican members
Joined with the democrats.
CHINESE KILLED BY ESCORTS
Wholesale Mnrder of Celestials Indi
cated in Story of Man Who
NOOALEfl. Aril.. Feb. 2 Wholesale
murder of Chinese laborers by Mexicans
In connection with the smuggling of ce
lestials across the border Is indicated by
the story of a wounded Chinese found In
an Isolated mountain locality near this
city today. Officers are searching for the
Docites of three other Chinese.
The wounded Chinese said that he and
three of his countrymen from southern
Sonora were being smuggled into the
United States by two Mexicans. While
asleep they were set upon by their escorts.
bin three companions killed and he left
for dead. The two Mexicans have been
arrested aa suspects.
Word was sent from Nogales. Mexico.
today that a number of Chinese who
crossed the border there during the last
month have never been heard from.
BIG LABOR PARADE IN DENVER
Ten Taoosand Men and Women
March la Demonstration
DENVER. Feb. 2. Ten thousand mem
bers of labor organizations of Colorado,
Including nearly 2,000 women, paraded the
streets of Denver today In the demonstra
tion against Judge Greely W. Whlteford.
whoe action In sentencing a number of
striking coal miners from Routt county
to a year In Jail for contempt of court has
resulted In a petition for Impeachment be
ing filed in the legislature.
A Guarantee of Business Prosperity
The Bee Advertising Columns.
TRIPLE ALLIANCE STILL GOOD
gj This Trade-mark Is on Every Genuine Paclcafle ol
Under State Law.
ELKINS. W. Vl, Feb. S.-Mra. Hallle
D. Elkins, widow of Senator Stephen B.
Elkins. has filed an article in the office
of Clerk F. A. Rowan of Randolph county, j
renouncing the provision made for her In
the senator's will. Mrs. F.lklns declares
her Intention of claiming the share of th
V estate allowed th widow under the laws
of West Virginia, which Is one-third and
which the senator anticipated.
Mrs. Elkins was a second wife. Senstor
Elkins drew his will so that seven children.
Including two by his first wife, would
share equally In the estate, but by Mrs.
Elkins claiming the one-third she will have
between $.".,0i.(JU0 and S8.l0 000 In her own
rUtht, and which she may apportion among
the five children ot the second marriage.
French Minister of Foreign Affairs
Says Agreement Has Never Been
thief J astir of Hawaii Heslga.
HONOLULU. Feb. tAlfred Ptedman
llartwell nt to Hawaii In If Hp was
court of Hawaii, resigned today. Judge
atlrtwell went to Hawaii In lvj He was
at one time the spe.-tal aaent of the re
public ot Hawaii la VA ashingtoa.
PARI?. Feb. 2. Several French news
pal era have been Insisting almost daily
that the triple agreement between France,
Russia and Great Britain Is almost a
dead letter. M. Plnchon, minister of for
eign affairs. In the senate this afternoon
aaid the alliance was never so complete
nor productive of results as It Is today.
trrret aervtee Men Mnsy.
FpHT DODGE. la.. Feb. X. (Special Tele
gram.) Federal secret service men are
here making an effort to spot people who
have paased mutilated IJO bills. Eitht Lav
MURDER NEAR FORT DODGE
Body of l.onls Peterson Is Found
Indrr Bridge Vear shady
FORT DODGE. Ia.. Feb. S.-Jxuls Pe
terson, superintendent of the Plymouth
gypsum n ines at Fort Dodge, was found
d-d below the Interurban bridge line to
Dea Moines, near Hhady Grove, today. The
polio bills v U was a case of murder.
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