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HENRY GEORGE JR. ON TOLSTOI
of the Noted Russian as
Knew Him Personally.
JTEAKS TO PALIMPSEST CLUB
Horar Life Waa Mral, Awftrdln in
, th Mas Hte VliltH Him at
Hla Hmm Sfcwrtlr Hor
prln a aplrndld tribute to hla father'a
friend and admlrr, Hwiry Own, Jr., con
(rnumtn from New York, aldrMMl tho
' Paltmpt club Monday on "Tolatol."
With a dHlKhtful Intimacy made ponalbla
by hla vlalt to Tolatol at hla noma shortly
txfora hi death, Mr. George aketched a
moving word picture of the irreat Ruaalan.
The hair hundred memberi of the or
ganlxatlon that art around the table In
the dlnlna; room of the Omaha club were
not treated to a d Inert at Ion upon the phil
osophies of TolHtol; Instead It was more
of a heart-to-heart talk upon the great
philosopher aa a man. Through Tolstoi's
connection with his father and himself he
' mid a brief mention of the single tax
doctrine, and Incidentally took occasion to
demolish any thought of war with Japan
that might have crept Into the mlnda of
j hl hearer.
"If a lie:-' Mr. George burst out at one
1 point In his speech In reference to the
'-.ejiarge that It waa domestic trouble that
-7ue! Tolstoi' flight frlm hla home Just
(before hla death.
"There waa no Incompatablllty between
husband and wife that he fled. My whole
' aoul denlea It. He went out fearing that In
1 his laat momenta of physical weakness hi
enemies, when he was powerless, might
turn some of hla words to their ends.
Hla Death Waa Ordinary.
"There waa nothing extraordinary about
It. He did not go out a Mose did, simply
to die alone; nor did he act, aa other have
said, under the hallucination of pneu
monia." Henry Oeorge, Jr., waa Introduced to the
club by John L. Webster, Its president.
Mr. George went back nineteen centuries
and described the Roman empire at the
I , time of Tiberius, drawing the analogy be
tween It and medern Russlt. "The
Roman emporer overshadowed all at that
time," said Mr. George, "much aa Rus-
ala'a cxar or Ceasar is despot over 100.
? 006.000 of people."
t Then quoting the words of Tiberius, "I
1 have a wolf at the throat." an answer to
aome charge of cruelty, the speaker pr
eceded to draw out his comparison, describ
ing the ciar as a "monarch cringing before
tho terror, ready to fly but daring not."
Tolatol, according to Mr. Oeorge, waa the
modern symbol of the power of love that
. interrupted and overthrew the old Roman
V power of force In the dawning of Chrla
Came from Noble Family
'"Tolstoi was a patrician of noble family.
Vrfe shone In the army and the court. Aa
a young man ha had the world at his feet
. Ttur IimI yi f ii hi. . . i w . . . .
to analyse the sensation of others. Through
bis practice of analysing others In hla
work, ha waa led to analyse himself and
began to wonder why ba waa master and
another a slave.
"He clearly aaw said Mr. George, "that
he had to get down to where the other man
was in order to sea that tho other man
aaw. H did not do it to bo spectacular
for ho could have been spectacular In manjr
The apeaker gava a detailed description
of tho count's homo life and told a oir
eumatantlal atory of hi own vlalt to
Tolstoi before his death, and tho hospitality
Tho following waro present!
rr. A. F. Jonas.
E. A. Benaon.
L. F. Crofoot.
C. C. Belden.
K. M. Fairfield.
Dr. W. O. Bridges.
1. A. Baum.
Ir. W. M. Davidson
I H. Congdon.
M. T. Barlow.
M. V. Smith.
C. T. Kountxe.
W. U. Burgess.
K. P. Peck.
E. W. Dixon.
C W. Hull.
W. H. Bucbols.
K W. Breckenrldga.
J. D. Klohards.
W. F. Gurley.
E. IT. Graff.
T. C. Byrne.
r. P. Kirkendall.
J. C. Cowln.
). W. Holdrege.
K. M. Moraman, Jr.,
Alf. C. Kennedy.
i. B. Kelby.
V. A. Brogan.
J. H. Millard.
C. J. Qreene.
John I Webster.
Jr. Harold Utfford.
rthur C. Wakelev.
hi ak. roppjeton.
N. P. Dodge. Jr.
Jodgo W. A. Kediok. Dr. J. P.'lxjrd.
w. u. Motiugn.
George B. Prtns.
A. C. Smith.
W. T. Page.
K. M. Andreesen.
T. Woodbury. N. T.
A. L. Reed.
E. A. Cudahy, ar.
. R. Scott.
Charlea H. Brown.
Thomas C reign.
CfcSORCEi IHUEI UXlUAb RIGHTS
'Weil Kmtc Son of Single Taxer
Adjrose Omaha Clab Women.
Henry Oeorge, Jr., declared his firm be
lief that tho future offers great power to
women, ha an address delivered before the
Omaha Woman's club Monday afternoon
"Women all over the world are taking
an Interest In politics and I In my speeches
have had to answer questions as to my
belief In the vote for women. I have
answered: 'Women constitute half the race,
why not half the vote.' " The clubwomen
responded with applause.
In his appeal Mr. George pictured th
economic condition In this country,
metaphorically, by telling of ths dwarf
Japanese tree popular for house decoration,
which many think la naturally email. "It
la not nature; It Is not allowed to grow
large; Its root are wired, cramped and
allowed neither aufflcient air nor nutrl
He contrasted the American horticul
turists metheftj of sacrificing many bud
that one American Beauty rose may be
brought to miiturlty. "The plant of the
Chyaanthemum." he auid "is carefully
wired and apread out ao that every leaf
and stem may absorb sunlight and air;
It la propped, with bamboo sticks and pro
tected ao that every solitary bud comes into
"This Indicates." he aald. "what may bo
seen In our society. You take the com
mon laborer and give him a chance to
Me and grow and we mould have very
different conditions. Hut he la cramped,
stunted, and human hurt's are thus snapped
off for the enrichment of the few,
"The heart of the thing la a moral heart
and I make my appeal on that ground.
Many women say that they do not care
about organised politics, and they do not.
but when you touch the family you have
them aroused. I believe women are going
to have a great part in bringing about
better conditions. I say to you women
now Ix'tlks time to get Into the battle for
Superintendent W. M Davidson Intro
duced Mr. George to the clubwomen,
Constipation brings many ailments la its
tram and is the primary cause of mush
skkneas. Keep your bowel regular,
madam, and you will esoape many of the
ailments (o whioh women ar subject.
Constipation S a very simple thing, but
lis many simple thins, it may lead to
serious ronsequence. Nature often needs
little assistance and whea Chamberlain's
Tablets sre sivn at th first Indication.
much distra and suffering may be
Wrolded. Sold by all dealer.
tlx tre Maakera bases,
rtlHA. Ia-. March H. ssarlaL Loral
banks received a srare last week when
Usy ware recipients of a prtvwte "tip"
Former Omahan Writes of
rr. Charles Rosewater Is receiving
letters from his brother-in-law.
Louis Hostetter, American Consul at
Hermosillo, Sonora. Mexico, that
would make Interesting reading If
they were only for publication.
Mr. Hostetter was a resident of
Omaha for a time aa he came here
In 14 and secured his appointment
from here In 1906. Mr. Hostetter
waa born In New York City In ltC9.
lie apent the major portion of hla
life, however. In New Mexico and
for twenty ears was the proprietor
of a large general store at Ia
Cruaaa a little this side of the
Though possessed of a lucrative
business, the consular service haa
always been very attractive to hltn,
and he left the store. He la well
fitted for his profession, being a
diplomat born v.ith an aptitude for
handling people. He Is also an ac
complished Unquiet, apeaklng Span
ish as freely as hla mother tongue
and la fluent In several other lan
guage. General Torres, former vice pres
ident of the republic, is also a rea-
Ident of Hermosillo and an Intimate friend of the consul
hla thirty-third degree In Masonry at the city of Mexico.
from Sioux City that bank robber were
planning to attack the town Wednesday
night. A guard was established and kept
up for the remainder of the week, but no
sign of the robbers were found.
Two Shots Firecfat
Ed Burton, Negro, Makes Dash for
Liberty While Being Taken to
John Betts, driver of the "Black Maria''
was forced to fire two shots at Ed Burton,
a colored smallpox patient, who attempted
to eacape while on his way to tho emer
Burton, who had been arrested by the
health officer Saturday, did not relish the
Idea of being Incarcerated. On tho Center
street pike, some distance out of the city,
Betts, the driver, became aware that the
negro had escaped. Tho driver pursued
the fleeing black who refused to bait until
after two shots had been fired. Ho was
compelled to re-enter tho wagon at the
point of a gun.
At the Institution Burton continued to be
sullen and made several endeavors to os
cape the vigilance of the guards. When
the occurrence was reported to Health
Commissioner Connell he at onoo ordered
a pair of leglrons for the incorrigible pris
oner. The police think that Burton's
anxiety to escape may have arisen from a
desire to avoid th meshes of the law.
He will bo examined by tb police after
tho term of quarantine baa ended.
Fort Dodge Saloons Wli,
FORT DODGE, la.. March 28. (Special
Telegram. Judge Lee tonight filed hi
decision In tho saloon petition case and his
ruling gave a new lease of life to saloons.
Ho held tho filing of withdrawals Is be
stowal of power on the supervisors to annul
signatures on ths petition upon personal
solicitation and rewlthdrawals are with
drawalo of this power and ar valid when aa
in this case they are filed before tho board
takes final action on the request for with
Thomas Mayer of Rod Oak,
R&7D OAK. Ia., Mr?h XS Special Tele
gram.) William Thomas, republican and
former sheriff, was elected mayor, defeat'
trig H. T. Thomas running aa Independent
by a alx to one vote. Samuel Payne, Ed
H. Willisana. WllUam Cochrane. Don
Flkes, republicans, wero re-elected to the
council and H. H. Halmer, republican, suc
ceeds E. D. GUmore as councilman. R. M
Roberts waa elected treasurer and D. J.
Leach, assessor, republicans.
N err is Mayor of Mun City.
MASON CITT, la.,' March ZB. (Special
Telegram.) F. M. Norris was elected
mayor by a plurality of seventytwo In a
field of seven candidates. C H. Barber
waa sleeted treasurer; Robert Wltwer, city
solicitor; Wallace Williams and Dr. C. M.
Swale, oeuncllmen-at-Uvrge, and Herman
Doderer. William Wilcox. Dyla Kirk and
Sam Randall councilman.
M Use art Valley Desaocravts Win.
MISSOURI VALLBT, la.. March .
(Special Telegram.) In th city election
the result today waa: Mayor, Horace
Warren; treasurer, J. 8. McGavon; asses
sor, M. C. Burbank; oounollmen, S. R.
WUliams, R. D. McBvery, J. C. Prather.
Ed Pusell. Ed QUI, all democrat but Bur
bank and GUI. .
lew Mew Netee.
LOGAN Funeral serrtees of WllUam
Bryton. aged 74, who died at his home
lu IiOgan, Thursday laat. took place at
tho Baptist church of Logan yesterdav, at
tended by members of the Grand Army of
the Republio poet and Woman's Relief
corps organisation of Logan, citixens of
Lcgan, Missouri Valley, Persia, and other
towns nearby, and also by relatives of
Illinois. California and Mevioo. SL. brother
member of th post of Logan acted aa
pallbearers. The Interment took place at
the Logan cemetery. Rev. A. O. Broylea
of Logan and Rev. WllUam Jonea of I-ove-land
were In charge of the aervtcea. After
serving his country aa a member of the
lMth llllnola Infantry. William Brayton
came to western Iowa and settled at Logan
where he was married to Mlaa LydLa Bray
ton. Of six children born to Mr. and Mrs.
Brayton five are living and three were
pieaent at the funeral yesterday. Mr.
Brayton is survived by his widow and five
A FXK)1 STORY
Woman of TO "On in
Th widow of one of Ohio most dls-dlatlng-ulshad
newspaper editor and a fa
mous leader in politics In bis day. says
aha Is 70 years old and a "stronger
woman than you will find In tea thou
sand," and ahs credits her fine physical
condition to tho us of Grape-Huts:
'Many years ago I had a terrible fan
which permanently Injured nay stomach.
Kor years I lived on a preparation of corn
starch and milk, but .t grew so repug
nant to m that I had to glv It up.
Then I tried one after another, a dosen
different kinds of cereal a, but the process
of digestion gave "no great pain.
"It was not nntfl I began to use Grape
Nuts food three years ago that I found
rollat It has proved. wHh the dear
Lord's hlsisslns. a greet-Won t me. It
teeh me hearth and -etg-or ouch aa I
neve sapaotad to again enjoy, sod In
gratttade X narrer fail to emd its
praises-," rVaaao gt ' by Foartum Co,
Mettle Creek. Mich.
"There' a Reason.1
Look for It in tho Hula book.
Road to Well vt lie," to he femnd la pkgs.
arver toad the le-ehar a Beer
e anuses fresa ttsao so This They
aso leealae, fcrae, aaad feJi as saasaaaa 1st-
on the Border
:( V !
Mr. Hostetter took
ACCEPTS MEDICAL INSPECTION
Superintendent Davidson Endorses
Plan of the Visiting; Nurses.
GOES TO THE BOARD MONDAY
Two Months Trial In Four Schools
Without Expense to the City 1
Mlaa Nan Doner la
The Visiting .Nurse association secured
the Indorsement of Superintendent . of
Schools Dr. W. M. Davidson, Monday
afternoon, of Its plans for a trial medical
Inspection of the schools of the city. Miss
Louise McPheraon, president of the asso
ciation, called on Dr. Davidson and asked
Following her conference with the su
perintendent. Miss McPherson submitted
an offer to the Board of Education, plac
ing two of Its nurses at the disposal of the
board for trial inspection. The letter was
addressed to Alfred C. Kennedy, president
of the board.
Miss McPherson offer to give the ser
vices of Miss Nan Dorsey, head nurse, and
an assistant, to the board for a period not
to exceed eight weeks.
Working under ths direction of the board,
the nurses will Inspect any four schools In
the city which may be designated. Such
work will be done free of the charge to the
board and will afford the members an op
portunity to observe the practical workings
of medical regulation.
"Dr. Davidson readily gave hi consent,"
said Miss McPheraon, "and told us he
would do what he could to help us in our
work. He expressed himself as pleased
that the board could get an opportunity
to try medical regulation without expense
to the city.
"We feel gratified that we have the co
operation of Dr. Davidson, and I am free
to say that if th board accepts our offer.
It will have no cause for regret."
The offer Is expectedoto come before th
board at 1U "meeting next Monday night for
th consideration of the members.
John F. Ford Wins In Fort Dodge.
FORT DODGE, la., March 28. (Special.)
Telegram.) John F. Ford, mayor; C. H.
Smith, Frank W. Collins, councilman, will
b the first officials of the Fort Dodge
municipal government under th commis
sion plan, according to almost a two to
one vote. The new officials will go Into
office April 1.
8. J. Bennett many times mayor, retires
with A. M. White, defeated candidate for
renomlnatlon. Councilman Smith la the only
member of the old council remaining.
Total vote: Ford, 1,744; Butler, 923; Collin,
1.756; Smith, 1,686; Flndlay, 1.036; Larson,
786. The entire Ford ticket won.
Bear the "hall mark"
Foe tale at out
Fully nine bouses out of every
ten built nowadays are wired for I
I Electric Liht. I
You may not know this fact, but it is a fact just
3 the same.
It is a fact of direct significance to the compara
tively few citizens who are not already enjoying the
safety, cleanliness, convenience and economy of Elec
It means that Electric. Lighting is rapidly becom
. No lamps to fill, no chimneys to clean, no wicks
to trim, no matches to look for and litter up your home.
"When a cliild calls in the middle of the night, you
press a button, there is a flood of light and you are
instantly at his side.
Our contract Department will tell you all about
Electric Lighting and the cost. It costs nothing to
find out ask us.
Omaha Electric Light
& j Power Co.
PROMOTIONS ARE COMING FAST
Army Officers Formerly in Omahs
EXAMINATIONS ARE BEING HELD
Officers tre ior l.eoklna for l.laht
alnat to rlke Any There at Any
Time la Promotions Which
Are netnar Made.
"We are liable to be struck by llghtnlna:
most any time now." Is the wav Malor
Harry C. Hale regards the situation' with
reference to the manv armv promotion
that are being made In rofnnllance with
orders from the War enpartment for a
general rearrangement In the rank of offi
cers. Major Hale, who is adlutnnt gen
eral of the Department of the Missouri. Is
now the third ranking malor In the
I'nlted States Inijintry. and he mav be
promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel
at any time.
Word waa received at the department
Tuesday that Mark L. Hersey. captain of
the Sixth Infantry, now In the Philippine,
had been promoted to the rank of mator
In the Fourth Infantry, Fort Crook, dating
from March S. He has been assistant
chief of the Philippine constabulary with
the rank of colonel, dating from October
17, 19n6. Major Hersey Is now enroute to
the states to assume his new duties.
Formerly In Omaha,
Another promotion coming to an officer
well known In Omaha Is that from captain
to major, received by Earl C. Carnahan.
Eleventh Infantry, now stationed at Fort
D. A. Russell. He remain In the same
regiment. Major Carnahan was former
captain and paymaster of the Department
of the Missouri.
Major Omar Bundy, Inspector general of
the Department of the Missouri, has been
advanced to the rank of lieutenant colonel,
as have also Major James B. Irwin and
Major J. B. Galbralth. Both of these off!-
cera were formerly Inspectors general here.
Major Charles W. Kennedy, until recently
adjutant general here, also becomes a lieu
tenant colonel and he will return to the
state from the Philippine.. Major Blau
velt. former chief paymaster of the de
partment, also becomes a lieutenant colo
nel. While major and colonel are being
made at Washington examination are be
ing conducted in all of the departments to
determine the fitness of lieutenants and
captains for promotions. At Fort Crook
a number of these are being examined, and
on Thursday aeveral more will be here.
Orders were Issued yesterday commanding
Captain James R. Lindsay, Thirteenth in
fantry, to appear before examining board,
of which Colonel William W. Gray Is presi
dent Likewise Second Lieutenant George
Dlllman, Sixth cavalry, is ordered to go
before the examining board at Fort Des
Moines and Captain J. S. Irwin Is to be
examined by the board now In session at
Captain Marr O'Conner, acting Judge ad
vocate, has been detailed as chief engineer
officer of the department, temporarily re
lieving Major Meriwether L. Walker, corps
Second Lieutenant Charlea T. Griffith,
Fourth Infantry, Fort Crook, has been
granted a leave ' of absence for three
months, dating from June 10.
"Foley's Honey ana Tar la the Deat cough
remedy I ever used, as It quickly stopped
a severs cough that had long troubled me,"
ays J. W. Kuhn, Princeton, Neb. Just so
quickly and surely, it acts la all cases of
coughs, oolds. lagrtpp and lung trouble
Refuse substitutes. For sals by all drug
gists. DEMOS WIN IN FORT MADISON
Present Mayor Re-elected with lfo
Opposition Jones Elected In ,
BURLINGTON. Ia.. March 28.-At Fort
Madison, A. K. Jokna. democrat, the pres
ent mayor, was re-elected today without
opposition. The democrats elected seven
out (of eight councilmen.
At Marehalltown, in the first election
under the commission plan, W. H, Jones
waa elected mayor. The real contest was
between the "wets"and "dry," the latter
claiming to have gained the advantage.
At Washington, J. D. Glasgow, the cltl
sen'a Independent candidate for mayor, was
At Mount Pleasant, Fred Wall, progres
sive, defeated James Hourlhan for mayor
by a majority of 70 vote.
of recognized quality.
at Albany Fails to
Select a Candidate
Members Now Consider Themselves as
Released from Fledges and End
of Deadlock is Expected.
ALBANY, N. Y., March M.-The second
democratic legislative caucus failed last
I night to select a candidate for t'nlted Sta'.ee
senator and waa called to reconvene to
morrow night. Twenty-five candidates
were voted for, William F. Sheehan, lead
ing with a vote of 2S, less than a third of
those taking part. Those receiving th
next highest votes were Augustus Van
Wyck, 7; Isador Straus, 5; John E. Flts
gerald, 6. and Daniel F. Cohalan, 4. Gov
ernor Dlx received one ballot.
Ninety of the 116 democratic member of
the leglslnture answered the roll call.
Several members who have figured a
strong advocates of Mr. Sheehan candi
dacy acknowledged In declaring their votes
that his election had ceased to be a pos
sibility and that the reconvening of th
caucus released them from whatever
pledges might have been Incurred by at
tendance upon the first caucus. Thla wa
the general impression among the Sheehan
advocates, who expressed the opinion that
the reconvening of the caucus tomorrow
night would mark the beginning of the end
of the most protracted senatorial contest
which this state has ever known.
Special Medicine rne Kidney Ailments.
Many elderly people have found m Foley's
Kidney Remedy a quick relief and perma
nent benefit from kidney and bladder ail
ments and from annoying urinary irregu
larities due to advancing years. Isaao N.
Regan, farmer, Missouri, says: "Foley's
Kidney Remedy effected a complete cur
In my case and I want otters to know of
It." For sal by all druggists.
Stylt N. 85
ing example of
fitting, style in every line.
Four eyelets "the thing"
High heel, toe and arch,
with narrow shank.
Perforated tip, top and vamp.
A unique shoe
With foot-comfort built into
it, like all Crossett models.
"AfaAe LiYet Walk Esy
$4 to $6 everywhere.
Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker,
N-rth AbW. M x
WHOOPING COUCH CROUP
BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS
ISVasLISHKO . .
A tiairl, m? ul ctf tiastaeat for bree.
tkisl mufclM, vlthMI iBf tkm nuck with
trap. UmS Vila aaccsaa hi uiny yaan.
Taa air mUarsS etraaalr aaUaaMlc. iaaabad
witk avarv kraatk. skm kraatklaf cwy, aewkaa
tka aera ikraal, tmi Maya Ike ck,aaasrio laau
M nlgku. Cmaleas la UialoaMa I ilm
witk TMag ckUaiae aa4 a as nuTarsia fraa
taaS aa pasta tar 4aaerlrl toeklet.
Try CraaaJaaa AatU
aaatlc Tkmat Taklau
far tka Irriiate4 ikraaL
Tkav ar aiepK.afccv
If aa tsttaeallc. Of
Tar arottltl f flea aa.
IOC la ataaapa.
Vpo Cresoteao Co.
1 Cartlssel It., N. T.
NO MORE 'GRAY HAIR
" It It easier to preserr ths color of
tho hair than to restore it, although
it I posHiblo to do both. Our
grandmothers understood the secret.
They made and used t a "sage tea,"
and their dark", flosey hair loaf
after middle life waa due to this
fact. Our mothers hare rrar hair
before they are fifty, but they are be
ginning to appreciate the wisdom of
our grandmothers In using "eage tea"
(or their hair, and are fast following
The present generation haa ths std
vantage of ths past in that it can get
a ready to use preparation called
Wyeth't Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy. As a scalp tonlo and color
restorer, this preparation is vastly
superior to ths ordinary "sags tea"
made by our grandmothers.
This remedy is sold under guaran
tee that ths money -will be refunded
if It falls to do exactly as represented.
This preparation is offered to ths
ptrnllo at fifty cents a bottle and Is
recommended and sold by M
Sherman A MoConnell Drag Co.,
and Owl Drug Co.
REST Aid HEALTH Tl BIIKER 1X3 CHI IB.
Mat. Wistww'i Soeraino Srarr sea bets)
etd tor ever SIXTY YBAI by MIIXIOMS a
MOTHKkS fur tbeir CHH.6s.ctN mi
TKK THING, with rSkhKCT 6UCCBSA. H
bOOTHItk the CHILD, KirTEHi tb COMA.
.LLAVan FA1W i CURBS WIKDCUUC aa
l live brat rancdr tor III A I IfiU. It ia al
olatrly haraalcma. ate sere ana ek far "Mrs,
wieaknr'a buukraf fcrrup," see aaas as suet
1 eaelj 1st rraila
rviz: I . hM'" A 1
WIN TER may
dently before Mother
Earth actually dons her
entire vernal dress, but it
cannot destroy the flower-fragrant
signs of sum
mer that are bursting out
among the new furniture
arrivals at this store.
Here really are articles so
full of warm weather sug
gestions of rustic nooks,
delightful arbors, and leaf
embowered walks that one is tempted to pull off
his coat, drop into a chair and lazily fan him
self. Drowsy suggestions of glorious summer,
all of them. Peaceful looking chairs, inviting
settees, restful divans, roomy rockers, refresh
ing table, all clutch at one's thoughts so strong
ly that it takes great effort to draw away.
Here is a corner of mahogany furniture,
potently suggestive of greatest comfort. .No
body ever made furniture that was more rest
ful. And the prices were mahogany articles
ever sold at such moderate figures? Actually
the prices are so low that they may be regarded
as Spring in the furniture world the beginning
of a new advantage for furniture buyers.
Solid Mahogany Rocker Striped
denim upholstering $ 8.50
Solid Mahogany Arm Chair Up
holstered in green denim $ 9.00-
Solid Mahogany Arm Chair Green
denim upholstering $14.00
Mahogany Finished Table Highly
polished, strong $18.00
Solid Mahogany Corner Chair Strip
ed denim upholstering $25.00
Solid Mahogny Chair Inlaid with
6atinwood, green denim seat $16.00
Mahogany Finished Rocker Roomy
seat, strong runners $ 7.50
Over-Stuffed Arm Chair Solid ma
hogany frame $46.00
Mahogany Finished Reception Chair
green denim upholstering $12.00
Solid Mahogany Chair Seat upholst
ered in green denim $11.00
Remember: Good furniture may be cheap,
but "cheap furniture cannot be good.
& Beaton Co.
The Tag Policy House
4134547 South Sixteenth Street.
The only large office vacant
There is but one large office
vacant This testifies that
tenants are well satisfied in
The Bee Building
Room 320 is one of the choice corner offices so much
sought after. A corner office with windows on two
sides is always cool in summer, and is light as well as
airy. There Is a rault In connection which (Ires mors proteo
tlon to valuable papers, etc. Ask to see this offlos. Will make
same suitable for tenant and ths spsos can bs divided Into
three good rooms. per month $40.00
Nm Kl&vat&ri are net being installed.
Tho Bco Building Co.
Dee Business Office. 17th end Fern am Ete.
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