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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 0. 1911.
SOON GET ALL THE PICTURES
ixtra Coupons for 75 BookloTeiV
Puzzles Will Be Printed.
TRESENT SALES LARGE AT OFFICE
Thonf Who Wish tn He Certain A host
Tlrairlnaa (Vive Five Uiw'p to
r.arh, "amher Permitted
rnimdlat1y after the last picture Is
rirlntf"1 In the Ilooklovers' contest of The
r.rp all the pimlm will be on sale at the
tnilrirK office of Tho Bee. ThoRe who
wish to sp'iire extra numbers for all of
the eventy-flv picture will then be able
t'l do F.
,t the present time 1! the pictures that
have apprarrd tip to Tuesday are ready at
the business office ami may be had there
for ntit cent each. A few of the title cata
logues Issued by The Hre, which contain a
complete Hut of o.OVt titles, from which the
sitKH'-stkms for the books represented In
the puzzles were tnkfti. are for sale at
the business office for 25 cents. They will
be gent by mall upon receipt of 30 cents,
the extra 5 cents covering the postage.
Many F.ltrw Con pons "ell.
During the laat few days many coupons
have been sold to people who desire to
have several answers to each picture. The
rules of the contest permit five answers
to each puzzle. Most of the contestants
give five answers to the real hard Illus
trations. A woman visited The Bee office Tuesday
and said she was not sure about a few of
the pictures, but she was going to make
a hard try for the correct answer by using
her five coupons. Phe bought extra coupons
for each picture.' For those puzzles 'Which
caused her much doubt, she puruhaeed
four extra coupons.
Prtmra Total More Than "8,600.
The first prize In the contest l a mag
nificent Apperson "Jack Rabbit" touring
car. which Is exhibited at the Apperson
company's sales rooms, 1302-4 Parnam
street, and Is valued at 2,ft00. It is one of
the best cars made and Is good for both
road and special work. The Apperson car
Is enjoying great popularity right now.
The second prize is a fine $7oO Kimball
player-piano, which Is at the A. Hospe
store, 1513 Douglas street, where It plays
In concert every afternoon from I to I
As the third prize a building lot In A.
P. Tukey & Son's Her addition Is offered.
This is located In one of the beat sections
of the city and Is an Ideal site for a home.
This lot is valued at loOO.
The fourth prize la a grand Columbia
Orafonola "Regent," which is worth t-"00,
ond JoO worth of records,. This machine
plays In concert every afternoon from I to
4 o'clock at the Columria Phonograph com
pany's agency, 1311-13 Farnam street.
L 11 ' n l !
"Cupid" Furay Loses
His Coat in a Fire
Lighted Cigar Butt Starts a Blaze
Water Cooler to the
A lighted cigar-butt, carelessly thrown,
waste paper basket, and "Cupid" Furay,
marriage license clerk, suddenly desisted
for a brief while his June bride-making, to
fight an Incipient blaze In the county
judge's office Wednesday afternoon.
No one was In the room at the time It
started, but J. I Greer, filing eVerkv saw
the flames thrugh a crack In the. door,
and proved himself the hero of the day by
emptying the contents of the water-cooler
upon the fire.
Although the court house and the records
were saved, "Cupid's" coat, which hung
above the basket, was not. The coat, a
scorched door-casing, and "Cupid's" tem
per, made up the total of the loss.
AUTOISTS AND RIDERS
OF MOTORCYCLES FINED
Jadae Crawford Annexes Fines Total
ing; Hundred and Twenty Dollars
In Police Coart.
Four motorcyclists and two automobile
drivers accused of having exceeded the
speed limit .paid fines aggregating 1120 in
police court' Thursday morning. R. A.
I'oty of the United Motor Car company
forfeited a 125 bond by not appearing In
court when the case against him was
called. K. F. Folda of 3S6 North Fortieth
street was fined 1 20 and costs on com
plaint of the flying squadron that he waa
traveling at the rate of twenty-five miles
an hour at Twenty-fourth and Vinton
The motorcyclists, who were all fined SIB
and costs, were F. E. Ring, 240a St. Mary's
avenue; C. C. James, an employe of the
Kaa company; C. A. Lalng of 1919 Caas
street and E. M. Anderson, S6H6 Dodge
CONFERENCE ON THE VIADUCT
Itallroads Ask for a, MeetlnsT with the
City Kaalneer on Friday
Egnlneera for the Burlington, ttilon Pa
clflo and Oreat Western railroads will
meet with George W. Craig, city enainaer
Friday morning to discuss the details of
ine construction or tna Bancroft street
viaduct. These railroads have been nr.
dered to construct the viaduct and were
given until June 1 to begin actual work
When they failed to comply with the
ordinance. City Attorney Rina flleH
petition to compel them to get busy. The
case la set ror hearing on June 15.
"The engineers requested the nutl-i
said Craig, "and I take it to mean that
they have decided to build the i-tH,,,..
The plana and specifications have been
drawn ana approved. There la nothing left
but for the railroads to build the viaduct
They can get all the Information th.v .-.,
here, which will Include that the viaduct
must be built.
A Leadlnar California. iw..i.i
"Pasadena. CaL. March a. imi ir.,i. jl
Co., Gentlemen: We have sold and rec
ommended Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for years. We believe It to be one
of the most efficient expectorants on the
market. Containing no opiates or narcotics
It can be given freely to children. Enough
of the remedy can be taken to relieve a
com. aa It haa no nauseating results, and
dot not Interfere with digestion. Tours
very truly. C. H. Ward Drug Co., C. L.
Fareons, Bec'y and Treas." Get the orig
inal Foley's Honey and Tar Compound In
the yellow package.
Three Ha ail red Caskets Uarned.
SIOVX CITY. U., June S.-Special Tele
gramThree hurdred rackets burned In a
fire this morning, which completely de
stroyed thu warehouse of W. K. Brandon
company, wholesalers of furniture and
caskets. The hu- is estimated at tlO.OOU,
with In-iuram amounting to HO.OiO.
Special Sales for Remnant Day
65c riessaline Silks at 29c a Yard
A J'atcrson, N. J., silk manufacturer sold us his entire stock
of yarn dyed, all silk mescalines at a fraction of thir cost.
They come hi light blue, cream, ivory, Nile,
maize, lilac, all shades of blue, brown, emer- OlfESid
aid green and black. A regular 75c dress JamU,
mescaline bargain square, at yard
Friday' Wash Goods Bargains in Bastment
Part Silk Tissue at 15c Yd
Here is the most wanted fabric of the season, because it car
ries style, it is light, crispy and cool, besides being the
most durable. Tart silk and lisle tissues in stripes, checks,
plaids, etc. mostly all light grounds. This fabric would
be cheap at 35c a yard; dresses made from fl f
same material retail up to $15. Ask for tho U
part silk tissues in the basement; Friday, yd.. .
i'ard wide nain
lawn and fine
at, yard . .5l?
Bleached and 40-inch
wide unbleached mus
lin, two widtha 'will
make desirable sheets
at yard 6V4
and blue chambray,
heavy grade tor mak
ing children's romp
ers, etc., will go on
sale, at a yard 7Wi
From 8 till 9 we will
sell yard wide plain
and fancy sllkoline
short remnants, at
The coolest 'of all sum
mer fabrics, imported
dress linens, natural
and twelve other de
sirable shades 50c
yd. value, at yd. 15?
Friday afternoon, be
glning at 1:30 full
standard fancy dark
style dress calicoes,
at yard 3?
Remnants and Odd Lots of Wide Embroideries
18-inch Fine "Embroidered Flouncings, Skirtings, Corset
Coverings, Insertions and Galloons; many worth iQ
up to 40c yard, at yard JLtL
Fine Embroidered Edgings
and Insertions; dainty Eye
let, Blind'Relief and
Baby patterns; worth up
to 15c yard
Fancy Wash Laces and In
sertions, Piatt Vals, French
and German Vals, ' Linen
Torchons and Cluny Cur
tain Laces; worth 10c yd.,
Specials in Dress Goods Department, Main Floor
For Friday Only Our 60c 36 and I Tailored Skirts made by first-class
38-inch Black and White Checks.
t a yard 2D I
Ladies' Tailor from materials se
lected In our Dress Goods Section
up to $1.60 a yard, at $6.9S
GRADUATION AND SCHOOL CLOSING
A New Suit for Your Boy
We have made special preparations
for this occasion, buying a large lot of
boys' knickerbocker suits at greatly re
Boy's 93 Knickerbocker $1 AA
Suits, on sale in basement
. For school boys, ages 6 to 15 years,
double breasted style coat, full cut knick
erbocker pants; in tan, brown or gray.
Boys $4 Suits, extra pair CO QO
of pants to match .... ' O
On sale 2d floor, old store. Sizes 6 to
15 years good woolen materials. Every
boy will wear two pairs of pants to one
coat. It's like two suits.
Boys' $6.50 Knickerbocker Suits An
on sale, 2d floor, ild store. . . . V.VO
Strictly all wool materials, in caBslmeres, Scotches,
fancy worsteds. The very bast of tailoring and linings.
Boys' 75c Khaki
pants, full cut, 6
to It years ,.49o
Boys' 60c Wash
Boys' 40a Blue
and fancy cham
brays, black sa
teen and cheviots,
Boya' 75c Cadet
and K. & E. Shirt
waist blouses will
go at 4So
Boys' nd Children' Washable Suits it Cut Prices
75c Russian or It 1.50 Wash 1 12.60 Wash 1 13.00 Wash 113.50 Wash
all'r suits 49o Suits at 76o Bulls at 1.4 Suit at 11.98 Suits at 12.60
! BRANDEIS STORES
SATURDAY IS OCR GREAT SALE N. Y. RETAIL STOCK
Men's Negligee Shirts, Summer Underwear, Linen Collars,
Hosiery, Suspenders and Belts, at Just a Fraction
of Their Actual Value.
OUR GREAT PURCHASE of MEN'S CLOTHING
Entire Surplus Stock of a New York Manufacturer on Sale
All the Men's Suits worth
up to 123.50, Sat'd'y at .
All the Men's Suits worth
up to $18, at
FINED WHETHER GUILTY OR NOT I NEW FREIGHT HOUSE OPEN
t rlfchtrar lata lta
by frur of apiH-mllcltis. take lr. King's
New I .If i- Jills, and awuy noes bowel
trvubie. ' i!arante4- Be. For sale by
11. stun i to
Jade Crawford Tells Prisoner Ha
Will Be BestrBced Every Time
He Is Arrested.
"It will be ninety days for you every
time you set into this court, guilty or not,"
said Police Judge Crawford to Frank Jones,
alias Compton, In police court this morn
ing. Compton and John Bmlth had been
arrested while chopping off several yards
of huge telephone cable In the rear of the
Independent Telephone company's building
ou Harney, street. The pair had already
detached an eight-foot section when the
police came upon them. Judge Crawford
sent both to the works for ninety days.
Sprains require careful treatment. Keep
quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely. It will remove the soreness and
quickly restore the parts to a healthy con
dition. For sale by all dealers. -
W. S. Wright Wheels Over the first
l.o ob at Track Others
Officially opened, the first trurUoad of
freight went over from the old freight
house of the Burlington In Omaha to the
now structure which, when the terminal
Is finished, will be the Inbound section.
The first truck was wheeled over by w!
8. Wright of Wright & Wllhelmy .and con
sisted of heavy hardware .shipped out of
Hundreds of workers spent all day wheel
ing tons of freight from the old bouaa to
the new, and at the same time conducting
the regular freight business of the road.
Hundreds more are busily at work excavating-
for the new roadway to the depot
from Farnam street and Eighth. In build
ing the remeni peers cf the jmv ootbound
bouM being- started.. In hiring new : track
and tearing up old, and driving- pile.
H. & If. Trading Stamps are the interest on
the money you spend. We give them with all
Get Your Lingerie Dresses at
the Beginning of the Summer
Enjoy their coolness for an entire season. You will be able to do
so if your dresses come from the Bennett store for the dresses we offer
are made with an eye to repeated doing-ups- seams are lapped over and
sewn to stay; materials are the very best possible to put in at the priie.
In fact, some women hav already told us that they were priced much
more reasonably than they have ever seen on like qualities. Three
numbers follow to give you an Idea of the price part:
Dresses of alloter embroidery with embroidery
flounces, lace trimmed kimono sleeves. Ger
man Valenciennes lace yokes and collars and
lace to match at the waist and top of flounce.
Lingerie dreses of aliover tucked Persian Lawn with embroidery
trimmed Japanese sleeves, square yokes or Swiss em- 4 Anrt
broidery and embroidery to match at the waist line and 111
skirt flounce; an elegant and practical little dress for
A 4 Cl O A A L,nger,e dresses of tucked Persian lawns
AT aala I II I "immed with German valenclennes lace have
, ' v v three-quarter sleeves; high waist line of Valen
ciennes lace and yoke with Inset medallion. Other numbers, at $12.00.
Various Yard Materials Un
dcrpriccd for Fri
Seasonable Wash Goods
Pretty llatiNios in Choice New
Denlgns Light and dark colors
in striped and dotted patterns;
an extra special value for Fri
day at - 7W
Ginghams in nil the Newest Pat
terns And strictly fast color
ings, full 32 inches wide, Fri
day, the yard ,12V4
A Miscellaneous Ix)t of Wash
GckkIh Consisting of batistes
In many patterns; plain voiles,
novelty voiles in stripes and
dots, dotted Swisses in shades
of blue and striped poplins
the best bargains you have
known in many a day while
they last, the yard. ...... .5
In the Domestic Section
The Leading Brands of Oallooas Tn
oyo 1,ild"v only, the yard.... li
"axso-inob. Beamed Bed heeti:That
regularly sell at 65c. Friday. SS0
Uh!ja7Ci'ied Lln" Crash of our reg-
l-ilday, the yard
Sd 1 V"-f'Kured. Htriped
and dotted and checked patterns
regular 12 and 15o goSS. Fri
day, the yard ....to
Three Ribbon Specials
ronr and Flve-lnoh All Bilk Taffeta
BJbbons In black, white and col
ors; the 20o kind, at 100
Six-Inch silk Moire Klbbons In
black, white and colors; 16c and SOo
values, at, the yard 150
Plain Silk RlbbonaFull five Inches
wide. In black, white and colors;
26o and SOo values, at, the yard 18c
COrFEfi AND TEA
POTS AC 49c
About 1,000 plain blue, plain
white" and blue and white
enameled ware tea and coffee
pots in 2, 3, 4, and 6-quart
sizes; actually worth from
$1.00 tO S1.76 each rhAi..
of size, at
Extra S.& H. Stanpiia Station,
erf SecJa Friday
123 Sheets of Ward's rine Stationery
In polite correspondence slue,
and 125 envelopes to match, with
-t stamps, Frli
100 Taney Paper napkins And 1
BLuiupa, r riaay xOo
X.arge Koll of Waxed Paper For do
ing up sandwiches and lunches for
summer picnics, and 10 stamps, Fri
day . . . 1 rv-
Three Packages of Shelf Paper
nuno ui wMiio ana colors, wiin 10
stamps, Friday loo
This Column is Le voted to
Price Attractions in Wo
$3.00 to $4.00 Lingerie
Waists at $2.50
Hleh and low neck lingerie WHlnts of
finest batiHten and lawn, trimmed
with laces, - embroideries and me
dallions that were 13.00 to $4.00.
Have either three-quHrter or long
Up to $1.50 Waists at 69c
This is a clean-up- of all small lots
and odd styles of tailored and lin
gerie waists that formerly sold up
to 11.60 each, wh'le they iHst,
Corsets for Summer Wear
Jn the corset department, second
rioor, you'll find two lots of fine
corsets priced at 79o and 9So, re
spectively. Broken sises made of
coutlls and batistes, strongly
boned, trimmed with laces and em
broideries and equipped with strong
hotte supporters. This offer for
Fiiday and Saturday.
On the bargain table, mnin flnor,
rrlday, two lots of corsets worth
from $1.00 to $3.60 at ISo and 390
for your choke. A limited quan
tity of discontinued lines and
broken lots made jf silk brocades,
batistes and coutll. Long and short
hip models with medium or high
Undermuslins at 59c
One lot of gowns, corset covers,
drawers, short skirts and long
skirts; all new fresh goods,
finely made and ample In cut and
design; choice at. each 690
$1.25 Dressing Sacques
One lot of dressing eacquea and
short kimonos In a variety of ma
terials and styles; broken sizes
that were priced up to $1.25 each,
Women's medium weight, black hos
iery, vorttv IBo the pair, at 9o
Children's medium ribbed, all black
hosiery, worth 16c the pair, at 9o
Infants' 2Sc lisle hosiery in black,
white and colors, Friday, pair, 90
25c Neckwear at 10c
Including embroidery and lace trim
med Dutch collars, tucked lawn
Jabots trimmed with laoe and plain
and plaited lawn stocks. If you
come early In the day you will be
able to supply yourself for the en
tire aummer at a very nominal
A CLEARING -
Here's a magnificent oppor
tunity to secure pillow tops
for summer embroidering for
One lot of odds and ends, vari
ously stamped and tinted In
pleasing designs odds and
ends that have been consid
ered good valuea at 25c each,
while they last, rj
choice, at OC
A Special Purchase of Fine French and Wil
low Plumss on Sale Friday and Saturday
The Sample Line of a Prominent Manufacturer Who Sells
to the Jobbing Trade Only, Bought Far Under Price.
For real beauty and lus
ter, strength of stems and
hardness of flues, these
willow plumes cannot be
surpassed. And we guar
antee them Just the same
as those purchased from
our regular stocks at the
regular prices. You will
especially note the length
and spread of each plume
and we want you to com
pare them with any simi
lar unaiiug fun
COLORS IN BOTH
FRENCH AND THK WIL
Here's how the prices
$5.98 values $2.03
$7.98 values.. $4.08
$10.00 values $6.03
$15.00 values $0.03
$20.00 values $12.08
$30.00 values $18.08
$1.25 values.. 50c
$2.25 values $148
$3.50 values $1.0S
$4.00 values........ $2.08
$5.50 values ........ $3.08
$6.75 values $4.08
Grocery Inducements for Friday and Saturday
Bennett's Capitol Flour, sack.. 91. 80
24-lb. sack yueen of Fantry pastry
With 40 Stamps.
1 lb. Bennett's best Coffee Mo
With 20 Stamps,
t lbs. Bennett's best cof fee. . . .1XX
With 0 Stamps.
Pound assorted Teas ...Me
With SO Stamps.
Craam Honey Cookies, the lb.....lt
Pound of assorted Teas S
With 40 Stamps.
1 lb. Tea Bi ft trigs IBs
With 10 Btarnpa.
(-lb. can B. C Baking Powder, 11.00
With 100 Stamps.
Package Craam of Kre. Breakfast
With 10 Stamps.
DOVBXa bTTAJCTS WTTX QMAMV-
f bar Etortrte Spark W hit soap SO
1 cans hulled heana with rnvnaeik t6a
. With I Stamp. .
se cam Ubtys AspvuM. .....kOo
" CaaCXKM "
Itaarta frvtai vol crista uwladtoa Or.
Un and Ttwrtst rwkMnX tHat ,
vita. 10 warnj-rt...... ..ta
jrwswi l-MMOtAs sXtt
Tilth, l tur.
t cakes Tork Rose toilet soap....a8o
With 10 Stamps.
Bottle Bennett's Capitol E tract. ISO
With 10 ritampa
1-lb. package Schepp's Cocoanut. SAo
With 10 Stamps.
Pound Full Cream Cheese too
With 10 Stamps.
Pound Virginia Swiss Cheese. .. .8M
With 10 Stamps.
tOc can Old MUsion Ripe Olives, ISo
I lbs. Jap Rice B5o
BTTTTZm ASTD StHtS
Bennett's Capitol Creamery Butter,
one-pound package Sen
Fresh Country Kg gs, the dosen, 1 so
Bottle Oalllard Olive Oil. S&o
With SO Stamps.
Bottle Snlder's CaUup ao
With 10 Stamp.
Large oaa Snlder's Pork and Beans,
With It Stamp.
I larre eao OpiumbU Mt'.k. .'. . . .S3
1 scsjs IUmood Crratal Table Bait,
With 10 F ramps.
1-qC can a W. C. TabU Syrup. 10a
Meat and Tish Bargains for
itrtuan giMk. th Ilk
ftia ftaU. th- Mk
ttuu CorswZ homt. that
Vyanaj Ha Hint, uua a-...
The Tremendous Cash Purchase of High Class Seasonable
Merchandise from the
St. Paul Bankrupt Stock
Secured Trough Lindeke, Warner & Sons
At About Fifty Cents on the Dollar
will bo placed on sale at about tlie same ratio of price reduc
tions. All classes of merchandise carried by a first -class,
up-to-date wholesale dry goods concern are included in
this sale. Goods are here and are us rapidly as possible
being unpacked and displayed in windows and aisles.
i I I : fituABLE'STORt:, ; I
Ola lii a Ol id 0 h I
714 S. 16th Street
t .. -.1-. -W : -rW1
i c ' Ct .;;, :,
i -'v''. ;
-: i - -
, Mr. McKelvy, S038 Cass: "Finer than
silk. Something extra In a refrigerator."
Mr. Loomls 1411 S. 10th: "We are not
using as much ice as our neighbors do to
do the same work. The Cold Storage dis
tinctly proves to us that it taken less
Ice than others. Nothing ever Fpolls In
It, nothing ever smells or tastes from one
Mr. Patrick, 2502 Vinton: "The Cold
Storage does take less Ice than others
we know, because wo have compared It
with others. It Is the most charming
thing we ever saw for a refrigerator."
Mr. Krug, of the Krug Brewing firm:
"I knew of Mr. Hurd's reputation on re
frigeration for many years. I would not
consider any other kind of a refrigerator
but the Cold Storage.'
We sell the Cold Storage, the Re
frigerator that was awarded highest
premium at the St. Louis Exposition
at $3 down and $3 per month or a cut
price for cash. We sell the Detroit
Ideal, the gas stove that has a Nation
al reputation of taking less gas than
any other gas stove made, at $3 down
and $3 per. month, or a cut price for
cash. Read below how well people
who are using them recommend them.
Dr. Hahn: "I knew the Detroit Ideal
waa the best gas stove made before I
Mr. Austin E. Dodds, 21 it N. 20th: The
Detroit Ideal does take less gaa than
others by practical comparison. It Is an
extraordinary fine baker and quick
BIG PRICE CUT on TYPEWRITERS
We must sell 200 typewriters in
the next thirty days, and for a short
time only you can get one of our very
best slightly used or a rebuilt type
writer at a discount of from $10.00 to
$30.00 from our regular prices, which
are always low, quality considered.
..;. Two-years guarantee accompanies ev
ery machine. During this sale machines are priced for
cash, but you can get. one on our monthly payment plan at
a slight advance .over cash prices, or you can rent one at a
charge of $2.50 to $3.(10 per month," and we will apply seven
months rental on price. "We mention a few of our leaders:
REMINGTONS .....$30.00 to $50.00.
SMITH PREMIERS . . 30.00 to 50.00
UNDERWOODS .... 50.00
L. C. SMITHS 50.00
NO. 3 OLIVERS..... 30.00
NO. 5 OLIVERS..... 47.50
DENSMORE, NO. 4. . 25.00
$20.00 to $30.00
18.00 to 30.00
Blickensderfers, $7.50; Hammonds, $15.00; Chieagos,
$8.00; practically new' Monarch, $55.00; Fox, $15.00; New
Century, $15.00; Fay Sholes, $15.00; .Tewett, $11.50; Wil
liams Visible, $10.00; Junior, $6.00; brand new American,
$17.00. Large stock of over 200 machines to select from. Call
today and look over our stock before buying a typewriter.
Out-of-town customers write for large special bargain list.
We ship on approval anywhere, allowing examination.
B. T. SW ANSON CO., Inc.,
1314 Farnam Street , OMAHA, NEB.
(5Sivrgfc 4urW (wVrj JrVQ twWi (-6urVr oXvg (JflCrWg
FRUIT and VEGETABLE 2
3 large plain Lettuce 5c
12 bunches table Radishes ..lOc
Fresh Sweet Corn, per doz. . ,0c
Fresh Tomatoes, per basket . .50
Green Onions, per doz. bunches
Florida Pineapples, each Be, 10c
Celery, Mushrooms, Fancy Ap
ples, Limes. Mint, Water Cress
and Water Melons to arrive fnany
Fremlum Soda Crackers (salted),
per lb 7c
Household Sugar Cookies (very
fine), per lb 7c
10c quality fresh Ginger Snaps,
per lb 7c
uur best plain Soda Crackers, per
Large tins fresh Fairy Soda Crack
ers, each AOc
11.00 large durable Clothes Bas
kets for ttfc
Iced Teas Cooling and retresnuig
i. ,.r.mim km kn tier gallon. W
Tr n'ou'nd 40c ond up. Try a cup and be
bhould be used freely
k'e aell It mixed all read;
be convinced, r ree at Co
idy for use.
tire I '.
CsR C?sws G,"Ai C-5 C"W.' Zttr& Cda
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and TheBees superiority will he demonstrated
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