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BRIEF CITY NEWS
ay Boot rrlal It
eTUlaoa a Caadldat William B. Jlllson
Is an applicant for th suprlntndency
f th Omah public schools to succeed Dr.
William M. Davidson, who has accepted
call to the Washington. D. C. school.
Air. jniaon. who la a tr-scner In Doane
colle-se in Creta, Nab., haa be-n In Omaha
for tha laat two days In tha Interest of Ma
aw Offloa la SalMlng Association An
addition haa been made to the staff of
the Omaha Loan and Building association
In Arthur A. Allwlna, who takes the new
position of chief clerk. Mr. Allwlne haa
been for eleven years a clerk In tha head
quarters of the Burlington, and for four
years has been chief clerk to the auditor of
freight ticket accounts.
ealth Aaaooiatloa to Meat Tha fourth
aeml-annual meeting of the Nebraska State
Health association will be held here on
June 12 and 13. Headquartera will be es
tablished at tha Rome hotel. Officera of
the association Invite anyone Interested In
. better health conditions to be present at
tha sessions. An Interesting program of
papers haa been prepared by a number of
prominent professional men of Nebraska.
tor Baa Outdoor Offloa Outdoor
sleeping quarters have become quite com
mon. Hut tha latest la an outdoor office.
The clerks of the auditing department of
the Brandels atore will escape tha terrors
of hot days Indoors. Quarters will have
nothing between tha occupants and all the
breeie that Is blowing but a wall of big
wlra netting, which haa been rigged up
on the porta cochere on tha Douglas atraet
aide of tha establishment. Twenty clerks
will work In this office. It covera tha
entire area of tha top of the ports cochere,
Will Tea 11 ambers' X.lona X.aw The
validity of the city ordinance requiring
journeymen plumbers to take out a license
under penalty of not mora than $50 fine will
be tested In tha district court by W. J.
Cattln, a plumbing contractor at MO North
Twenty-fourth Street. This fact was made
known to Judge Crawford In police court
this morning after Qua Johnaon had been
fined IIS for working at the plumbing
trade without a license. Johnson haa been
employed by Cattln for the last two yeara,
but Ignored the warnings of tha license in
spector to procure a license. Finally In
spector Albert Weltxel swore to a com
plaint and Johnaon waa brought into court.
Mr. Cattln furnished tha appeal bond.
Mercury Climbs to
One Hundred and One
All Previoru Record for Month of
June Since Ofice ii Established
The highest temperature aver recorded
In June since the establtahment of the
weather bureau waa reached at t o'clock
thla afternoon, tha mercury rising to 101.
Tha record up to this time was 100, reg
istered on June 28, 1801.
Forecaster Welch aaya there la no pro
nounced break la tha present hot spell In
sight, but gives It out that It win be
allgbtly cooler tomorrow.
SUPREME COURT ADOPTS
OMAHA LAWYER'S PLAN
Italpk Breekearldfc la Largely Ri-
aponslbl (or Action of tha
An Omaha lawyer played a leading part
la the -fight for Judicial reform In the
cumbersome system- of rules governing
practice In tha federal equity courts .that
reached assurance laat Saturday when
Chief Justice White of the supreme court
of tha Unite States took tha Initial atep
for reform by appointing a committee of
revision from among' tha associate judges.
Ralph W. Breckenrldge, aa chairman of
the committee of fifteen of the National
Ctvio federation on judicial reform and
legal procedure, waa In a good part re
sponsible through his activity In the mat
ter for tha step taken by the supreme
court Mr. Breckenrldge, although by no
means tha first to protest against the un
wieldy ruler of procedure, waa among tha
first to suggest that the reform could best
come through the supreme court and to
work along those lines. Through corre
spondence be brought tha matter to tha at
tention of tha chief Justice and received
favorable recognition, the latter giving
him to understand some weeks ago that
he Intended taking action In the matter.
The committee appointed la composed of
Justices Lurton and Vandevanter, and
Chief Justice White, eaoftlclo. It will re
port In tha fall.
Ia a commencement address at the 8t.
Paul College of Law a year ago, Mr.
Breckenrldge first outlined his position
and pointed out the defects In the present
system. He wrote an article dealing with
the subject of federal equity practice that
appeared In tha Illinois Law Review for
April of this year, receiving many com
plimentary letters from men high In ina
legal profeaslon from different parts of
the country. In this article Mr. Breck
enrldge telle of tha origin of the rules at
fault In the distant past In England, where
they have long alnce been done away with
and a mora direct system initialed. He
severely Indicts the procedure of the Amer
ican courts, and points to revision through
tha suprsme court as the only successful
BIG PURCHASE BY ORKIN'S
Eaterprlalac Omaha Pirns Bets Old
New York Talking- About
New York's wholesale district Is still
talking about the recent purchase made
by an Omaha concern Orkln Bros. The
magnitude of the purchase was tha largest
that any single flrm had placed in recent
years for the same line of goods, and
naturally set the wholesalers to talking
about the power of a western firm to buy
such an Immense stock for sale In western
cities. The New York cloak district de
clares It never witnessed any such sale to
a western house.
It has been remarked that the retail
sales of Oikin Bros, must be very great If
the firm Is able to buy such a large stock
at one time. The act that created the New
York talk was a purchase of silk goods. .
The entire purchase of silk was turned
over to a single large petticoat manufac
turer to be made up into garments at a
very low coat, so the prices to consumers
mlglit be moderate, giving Omaha cus
tomers artistic and high-clans goods at In
Some of the ictticoats are now on dis
play In the Orkm windows. A big sale of
these goods will be started Saturday morn
ing. Hallalaa Herat Its.
F. F. Reynolds. 1:32 Miami street, frame
tarn. S30u: Mrs. M. 11. McKay. al37 North
Twenty-third elreet. alterations, t-'&'i; 8.
Hebbler, 112 South Thirteenth street, brick
addition to store. -. A H. Oltnstead. 1503
Olln avenue, frame dwelling. M.WW; Martin
Hancock, Arbor street, frame dwelling.
n.- Mr. U A. Canthen. itll Lake street,
ut; lave I-onsstreet. 1111 South Tmrty
slxth street. fharlea Westergard, HJ
South Twenty-third street, remodel col
ANOTHER OMAHA PIONEER WHO
HAS ANSWERED THE CALL.
- V a... - sW
A. N. FRICK.
COMMERCIAL CLUB IS STIRRED
Writes Nebraska Senators Setting;
Forth the Loss to Omaha.
ARMY CHANGES THE CAUSE
Had Assurances from Senator Brow a
that the Proposed Chances Woald
Not Be Detrimental to
Wrought up over the loss of three large
army posts from the jurisdiction of the
Department of the Missouri, and feeling
that the work of years In building up sup
ply depota here Is slipping away, the Com
mercial club has given out copies of let
ters that have been sent to the two Ne
braska senators stating to them jest what
tha action of the War department means.
Senator! Brown and Hitchcock are mem
bers of the committee on military affairs.
J. M. Guild, commissioner of the club, de
clared that frequent attempts to learn the
Intentions of the war department from the
senators, as regards Omaha, had failed.
The letter rtatea that from "confidential"
source and from the newspapers It has
been learned that eight officers, thirty
nine clerks and eight messengers, whose
monthly salaries amount to more than
M.OOO, will be removed from the Department
of Missouri headquarters.
The transfer of these officers, however,
will not be the city's greatest loss, the let
ter continues, "forthe reason that after
July 1, all requisitions for either quarter
master or commissary supplies tor this de
partment will go direct to Chicago In
stead of coming here. The purchase and
shipment of supplies will be directed .from
The protest was forwarded by Commis
sioner Guild upon the direction of C. M.
Wllhelm, chairman of the public affairs
committee of tha Commercial club. Fre
quent assurances from Senator Brown that
Omaha would not lose by the changes
were shown In the Commercial club flies.
He denied at one time the Intention of tha
War department to make the changea that
have been effected.
'Let not . your heart be worried," the
senator - wrote on February 8. Senator
Hitchcock has paid no attention to the
Importunities of tha ckib, until -on June t
he Introduced a resolution asking an In
vestigation of the necessities of the change.
Thla was after Major General Wood had
written a letter to Mr. Brown on May lfc
stating the plans contemplated for taking
Forts Riley, Leavenworth and Russell
from the department of the Missouri. The
letter characterises tha "enlargement" of
the department by the addition of Colo
rado as a "Joke," as the only military
point In the state Is a recruiting station
at Fort Logan.
HEARING OF RED LIGHT
CASES IS PUT OVER
Jadae Baker Ariuti that There Is
Nothing to Try, aa llonsea
Nothing definite came out of the hearing
of tha disorderly house cases, being pros
ecuted under the Albert act by James P.
English, county attorney, that mm. .m
before Judge .Troup Thursday morning.
ine hearing waa put over for two or
three days, as the understanding wax. until
Judge Troup could confer with the other
judges or. me equity division.
Judge Ben Baker, representing At
tendants, put up tha defense that the
nouses were already closed, and that It
would be Impossible to enjoin an V nna f n
abating a nuisance that waa already
'To enjoin means to stop." ha aalrl -in
Illustration, you can't stop a clock that
Grace Walton, proprietor of
912 Douglaa street, took the stand before a
crowaea court room and told how she hud
sold out and moved all her airla nut PVI.lnw
afternoon before even the petition of the
county attorney was filed. Both sides
admit that there la no question as to fact.
it does not matter so much about th
Injunctions," said Mr. English when ques
tioned, "as long as the law haa it'.
Ucal effect. There are fifty houses closed
now. in question Is. of course, whether
we can keep them so."
Slashed with a Kasor,
wounded with a gun or pierced by a rusty
nail, Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals the
trouble. Guaranteed. 25o. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
FUNERAL OF A. N. FRICK
TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY
The funeral of A. N. Frick, who died
Tuesday morning at hit residence. 122s
South Tenth street, will be held from St.
Mary Magdalene's Catholic church Friday
morning at o'clock, when solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated by Rev. B. Hlnne.
Interment will be In the German Catholic
The honorary pallbearers will be J. C.
Dahlman. H. Blerdorf, F. J. Freltag, G.
Fries. William Wallace, William Altatadt!
R. Efflnger and F. Stubbendorf. The
active pallbearera will be 11. C. Brome.
Harry Woodward, Dr. A. Btuht, H. N.
Peters, John Meyer, D. Bchlnker, Charles
Schnauber and Dan Hut'er.
vmr Neighbor's S.xpi-lroc.
How you may profit by It. Take Foley
Kidney Pills. Mra. E. O. Whiting. si)
Willow St.. Akron. O.. says: "For some
time ) had a very serious case of kidney
trouble and I suffered with backaches and
dizzy headaches. I had specks floating be
fore my ayea and I felt all tired out and
miserable. 1 saw Foley Kidney Pills ad
vertised and got a bottle and took them
according to directions and results showed
almost at once. The pain and dissy head
aches left me. my eyesight became clear
and today I can aay I am a well woman,
thanks to Foley Kidney Pills." For sale
by all druggists.
FIFTEEN FINISH AT BELLEYUE
Receive Their Diplomas from the Old
School to the South.
ALUMNUS DELIVERS ADDRESS
Talks on "The tn Protests ntUm and
the Old Christianity" la a Radi
cal Vela Commencement
Ezerclsea Close Tonight.
Bellevue college held Its commencement
exercises Thursday morning In the historic
old church In the village before an audi
ence that crowded it to the doors. Fifteen
young men and women, who compose the
class of '11, received their diplomas. They
Augustus Charles Barry, Maywood, Neb.
Henry John Brandt, Beatrice, Neb.
Florence l.eona Currie, Friend, Neb.
AVIIIIam Edmund Dysart. Superior, Neb.
Abel Ray Klndley, Beltevue, Neb.
Ooldle Elsie Fowler. Cedar Bluffs. Neb.
fcadie Keefer Ulllan, South Auburn, Neb.
Raymond Viles Kcarnes, Iaup City, Neb.
Zella Merna Klssenger, Denver, Colo.
Margaret Jessie OhinarT. Pllger, Neb.
Eva Fern Phillips, Beatrice. Neb.
David Primrose, Primrose, Neb.
Glen Lathrop Rice. Flagler. Colo.
Frances Julia Bweetland, Loup City, Neb.
Ferris Ellsworth Webb, Bedford, la.
The graduates received their diplomas
from the hands of Dr. 8. W. Btookey, pres
ident of th institution, who presided. The
invocation was pronounced by Rev.
Stephen Thelps, D. D., of the faculty.
For the first time In the history of the
Institution an alumnus gave the commence
ment address, in the person of Rev. George
R. Lunn, D. D., of Schenectady. N. Y.
As pastor of a wealthy and fashionable
church In that city he made himself known
all over the Empire state two years ago
by coming out atrongly on the side of labor
in the midst of a strike that was embroil
ing the city. He is a member of the class
Alomnas Glres Address.
He surprised conservative old Bellevue
today In an address on '"The New Protes
tantism and the Old Christianity," speak
ing In a strong, radical vein. He said In
The magnificent faith and unstinted en
ergies of our protest ant forefathers gave
to us that Intellectual liberty and freedom
from ecclesiastical domiiiRtlon which was
the necessary precursor to all modern ad
vance. The old ecclenlHStlclrnn with Its
claim of divine right to control the con
sciences of men. failed when confronted
by the rising tide of a movement In the In
terest of Individual liberty so strong that
nothing could withstand It. There was
general agreement that the mind of man
must be free If the world was to progress.
The result has been that the basis of so
ciety since the reformation has been Indi
vidualistic. We have exploited the truth
of Individual liberty to such an extent that
we are today witnessing the giant evils
which are due in part at least to this over
emphasis. Unrestricted Individualism aided
by the great discoveries and modern Inven
tions, have developed like a Colossus, until
we have developed an Industrial system
more far-reaching In its effects for good or
evil than any ercleciastical system the
world has ever known. .
The old protestantism was a protest
against the ecolesiaxtlcal bondage of tha
many by the privileged few. The new
protestantism Is a protest against the eco
nomic or Industrial bondage of the many
by the privileged few! The Industrialism
developing Itself like a Colossus has been
made possible by the taking over by the
few of the sacred rignts of the many.
By these sacred rights I mean the right
to the land and the natural resources which
the good God Intended for society aa a
whole. I am not here concerned as to
how this came about, but simply to point
out that It has come about Gradually the
means of production on which, all the
people are dependent have centered in the
hands of the few. The exploitation of
the natural resources which helonar to nil n
the natural resources wl Icti b lo g to alt and
when the many are taught and disciplined
Into the MTea that the few have a sacred
right to these natural resources bv which
alone the man can live.
The.lass oratlona were delivered by A.
C. Berry and Miss Florence Currle, the
former taking up a scientific phase, and
th latter dealing with the arts In the
world of learning. Both gave their sub
jects an exhaustive and an entertaining
Music was provided for the occasion by
the college male quartette and a trained
chorua of volcea, and In addition several
Individual selections of merit.
The commencement week activities end
this evening with an alumni reception at
Rankin Hall, the president's home, and an
alumni banquet on tha college commons.
F. S. Rexford, S15 New York Life Bldg.,
Kansas City, Mo., says: "I had a severe
attack of cold which settled In my back
and kidneys and I was in great pain from
my trouble. A friend recommended Foley
Kidney Pills and I used two bottles of
them and they have done me a world of
good." For sal by all druggists.
Burglars Are Active
in Ransacking Homes
Five Robberies Occurring1 Wednesday
Night Reported to Police
Burglars showed greater activity In
Omaha last night than at any time for
several months. In all five robberies were
reported to the police up to noon Thurs
day. The residence of Richard Heweth, (641
Haskell avenue, was broken Into by thieves
who cut a window screen and stole a gold
wutch. When Mike Hogan reached his
room Wednesday night he found the floor
littered with contents of bureau drawers and
his gold watch and other articles missing.
Peter Nelson lost a new suit of clothes from
his home at 1014 South Tenth street while
he was away during the evening. John
Zees, a cigar dealer at (10 North Sixteenth
street had his breath almost taken away
when a man entered his store last night
and, grabbing two boxes of cigars,
ran down the street. While arranging for
railroad ticket back to Fairfax. Okl., In
the Burlington depot last evening, Agge
Murtenien laid down his suitcase full of
clothing. When he turned around It was
Jiunyon's Kheumatism Remedy relleres
psius lu the lo-D, nruia, ,ai'k. atlnT or
snollea Joins. Contains bo mnrjiblnti,
eiiluui, cocaine or drugs to deaden tbs
I'Sln. It noutr.illK'O tbs aril and drire
cut all rheum.-.tlc polsuns from the -torn.
Wrico Prof. Munyon, Kid and Jeff,
fun f-t. 1'iiila . fur medical ad
vUtt, alsulutttly frej.
Lomloiv I'arls tiMiiburjf
Pretoria, Jun 14. 11 A M Cincinnati. Jun IT
Pr. Lineola. Juna. 11. Bluat-nar, Juaa ti.
ft-n4 Ca bia Ouljr.
Will rail al bouloaus.
Will rail al Cliniiu and Charbnura.
ISO Wsst Kaadolja Mk, Chicago, t
OMAHA, .FRIDAY, JUNE 0.
The Segerstrom Piano Manu
must be sold regardless of cost before we vacate.
This stock consists of such well-known makes as the
Segerstrom, Haines Bros., Kranich & Bach, French & Son,
Strohber, Foster, Armstrong, Hoffman, Brewster, Cramer,
H. P. Nelson, Arion, Gilbert & Co., Royal and the Herschel,
iind at prices so low that in some cases it would seem that
we were not getting paid for the raw material, but our fac
tory has instructed us to sell, and sell we will as leng as
there is a piano left in this stock.
Terms to suit, but your money will do wonders at this
side. Just to illustrate: Upright Pianos, $48.00, $57.00,
$98.00, $128.00, $14,800, $157.00, $165.00 and $198.00. .
Square pianos for practice purposes, your choice for
Parlor organs for $3.00 and up.
Segerstrom Piano Mfg. Co.
WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS
All correct forms in currerK social usage engraved In tha best
manner and punctually delivered when premised.
EMBOSSED MONOGRAM STATIONERY
and other work executed at prices lower than usually prevail
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1210-1212 HOWARD ST.
A Simple Remedyfor Dandruff,
Falling Hair, Itching Scalp
Faded and Gray Hair.
Tn old idea of nslnr. sage for darken
ing the hair Is tgsln coming In rogue.
Oar grandmothers used to hare dark,
glossy htlr at the age of seventy-fire,
while our mothers hare white hair before
they ars fifty. Our grandmothers used
to mak a "sage tea" and apply it to
their hair. Th tea made their hair soft
and glossy, and gradually restored the
On objection to nstng such a prep
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news and interesting articles from day to day
and TheBee superiority wi)) he demonstrated
is creating tremen
Never in the history
of piano selling havo
such bargains been
offered. But there are
reasons for this. "We
must vacate our pres
ent location. Our fac
tory has ordered us
not to move a single
piano, but the entire
stock of over 200
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especially ss It bad to be mad crery two
or three days, on account of soaring
qaickly. This objection bss been over
come, and by asking almost any first
class druggist for Wyeth's Ssge and Sul
phur Hair Remedy the public can get a
superior preparation of sage, with th
admlztur of sulphur, another raluable
remedy for hair and scalp troubles.
Dally use of this preparation will not
only quickly restore the color of the hair,
but will also stop the hair from falling
out and make it grow.
Thla preparation is offered to th
public at fifty cents a bottle, and if
recommended and sold by all druggists.
Sherman & McConcell Drug Co .
and Owl Drug Co.
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After you bar written In tha title ot tha book, aava the coupon
Io not send any coupons until tbe end of tha contest la an
nounced. Remember the picture represents the title ot a book not a scene
or character from It. '
Catalogues containing tha names of all tbs books on which the
puzzle pictures are based are for sale at the Business Office of The
Dee 26 cents. Dy mall. 30 cents.
Rules of the Contest
All asm as are elleible to enter tale eaoteat eaoept eanlors ef aba Osbsju ate aaa
members mt ihetr lamlllea, Beoh ar. lor eeTenty-tln Ivl, 111 ere Mil fee ewMiake la
The Sea a steUtre whlefe wlU reeraaett the Dane a a soak. BasistS eajt t latere
there will he a blank lor Ue oonteatsnt to fill la .tha title of tha Woo.
Cat oat beta the slaters aol blaaJt aa4 (111 la Sa aaane an aathsa al the teak Sa4
add your same and adareea naatlr aa A plainly la the eeaee srartdo.
No restrteUans wll he sloeos aa tha way la whlah ana wars te th sietana ma be
secure. Bach pleture reereeacHa only ana title ot a haek. It row are aat ear at a
title ana wlah to send In more lhaa ana aaawer te each plat ore. eaw saay aa ee. BUT
NOT MORS T&Xti JT1VS ANSWERS WILL. M ACCBrTBO TO ANt ONS riCTVaS.
lneorraM anewera will oat be aeanta a galoat ooateetanu tl eeneet ease at Is ah ft en.
More Mae one answer shoal wet he sat aa the same eouaan. Mfetre sow sows sneuM he
seed tor estre answers. All answer t ta same Bam bar ohools a Seat tasethcr ia
tending n tha eat.
While sot abaalataly Momirf, It Is deetrwMe that the plat area eSsels ta aaeh ease
be sent la with Ue answers ,1a order that all aaewere ha eoileraa. Ateltloaal stetares
sad coupons may be estalaes st the e ffloe at The See by saeU or Is Boreas,
When yoa have all eeaontr-nao pla tares, laat an them taaothrr has. brln or mall
them to The Omaha See, Baaroeaes to tha Booktovera' Oonunt SVfitar. Prtees will so
awarded to the eatiieaianta oenaln m Ue ierseet number of oAeet eoiatkoea. In event
of two or mere persons sarins the aa ma nam bar e eerraat eotmleaa, the person aatng
Ue smaller number at extra eeupona la hla oat ot aaewere wll ha eeetarwe wlnaor. In
event ot two paraoas harlas Ue same Bum bar eerraat and aetna the asms number of
eoupona, the person wheae aat of answers at meat aeaUy puparea. 1 th opualoa al
tha full Jutfgins committee, will reoslro the tlret prlee.
Only one list ol anewera may he a bruit tea by a eostastaat.
The see at Ue eoupona la wot obi Igatory wpea Ue eoniestant, aa aa aaawer aaay
be submitted In any legiM manner the eoataatant may saiaut
Awards wlU be masa etiiatly aeoerulos U Ue merit of eaah saps rats Nat.
The nam ot more than one pere-o must not ha wrtttaa aa on aay aoe eoupe.
Tha awards wll be made by Ue Contest Salter aa a oa remittee Of wU-kaowa aeV
laana. whose Barnes will be aaneuneee later.
The Oanteat Is 11ml tee U th Miewla territory! Webraaha. W re earn a. that aortloa
at town weet o pea net iweiaain wee aaoanaa, awe teai Beetles) as Sanaa pasai
sa Ue Bleak Hills Dletrk. s
road,, records, and todsy ranks
among the leading motor cars, for both service and speed, this auto
will make au excellent posse salon. It is a real Joy-maker. It Is fully
equipped and is Just like accompanying Illustration. The famous
Apperson warranty goes with this csr. The prize may be inspected
. at the Apperson Sales Rooms, 1102 Farnsm 8t.
Not everybody can play a plana
hut averyoody would Ilk ta Th
fs-fiot Kimball playsr-plsno, worth
760, which la th Bacon d srand
' prize, will rurnlsh music lor you
whether you play or not. It ta a
wonderful Instrument, and will mak
soma horn a happy place (or vry
member ot th lamlly. Evan Grand
ma can play thla Instrument. If
sister wants to play It without th
mechanism, sh simply has to llfl
a lover. This player Is exhibited at
the A Hosp a tor. Ill- Uoualaa L
A $200 Columbia 'netrenf'' Orafoa
ola aud i0 worth of records form
the fourth Krand prlsa. This xc.
lent lnstrumant Is on of th beat
manufajibied. It I built of finaat
mahokuny throughout. for any
family this instrument Is simply a
musical inn. it Ik sure to increase
the bliss of any home. It will draw
th tamiiy cluaer toxether and furm
means of entertainment nltiht after
night This Urafunola Is now ex
hibited at the Columbia Phoooahaph
Company's tmic), lilll-le rafuaui
EEl SjiS SfcE "i If
Thirty-Five Cash Prizes
Five Prizes of $10. Ten Prizes of $5. Twenty Prizes of $2.
Watch for the Daily Picture in The Bee
room tq Zuuzsr jtojt)
JX7KS , 1911.
A f.,000 Apperson "Jack Rab
bit" Touring .car. Model Four
Thirty, with fiva passenger capso
Ity. It Is a great car in a great
contest. It has many speed and
This prlz Is a beautiful lot In
A P. Tukey Bon's ifcer addition,
adjacent to Hanacoin park and Can-'
tral boulevard. It Is lot 4 of block
Ight. on Thirty-third atreat. and is
60x130 feat. The exit "r U'.i runs
alone; Thlrty-aecond Avenue, just a
block from th alt of th lot Horn
youns couple, perhaps., will her erect
a little coltase In v.hloh to live for '
year and year. Who can tall what
lucky i-erson will xt this ideal iut;
Yuu may b th on
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