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THE BEE: OMAHA, - TirUTiMMY, JUNTl 15. 1911.
GREAT DISPLAY OF JEWELS
NEW LIEUTENANT COLONEL OF
TEE HIGH SCHOOL CADETS.
Makeri and Jobbers Exhibit Wares at
Dei Moines Convention.
FIGHT OVEU PAROLE LAW
State Board Will Not Admit that
J ad sea Hare . RUM I'.tM
Statate to l imit Sea.
WW Sr 'V. a 11 11. ...
Vacation Fool wear For Children
Vacation days 'are bard on children' shoes -how hard every
mother knows. Shoes for summer playtime must be strong, , while
tbey are comfortable1. ' They must be ehoes to stand the wear and
tear of lake-shore pebbles and the sharp rocks of mountain ramps;
of the damp grasses of yard and field and the mud of river banks.
Your beys and girls will be "everywhere" this summer, scamper
ing over all sorts of .places heedless of results so far as footwear,
Is concerned. . . :.J . -. . '
For their own eomfort, and your own peace of mind, the children
must be well shod.' - We -are especially well prepared to protect them
and you against vacation shoe troubles.
Barefoot Sandals, sizes 6 to 8. $1.15: 8 to 11, $1.35: 11 V4 to
2 : .v$1.50v
Outing Shoe's fori boys to play ball In; made of black duck, with strong
elk soles; sUcs 9 to 2', 85S Vs to 6 J, . . . . ,t. .05
Athletic shoes for boys and girls; made of strong, soft kangaroo" leather
with elk sole ,VJr, . .$1.25
Rubber Soled Tennis' Shoes In black and white '70tf
Coy Scout Shoes, tan. elk leather with welt soles of elk leather, the most
durable outjng shoe or boys; sizes 9 to 13V4. $2.25:1 to 6 $2.50
Just received a new shipment of Children's dress ankle tie slippers
and pumps In White Sea Island canvas and black velouie.- , -
1513-1520 FABNAM STREET
proved hy conditions la Mhr Industries,
dus to the tariff. i J y;
"Tour srgumqata and- ofshonest policy
have failed to put tSreafr'lnto the mouths
of the people," Mr. Martin fatly shouted.
"You save us a doee of your theories fti
17,V. imiponae4 tlieV JioVuf Dakbtan, "amd,
by Jingo,-we dotit-want-any more of It."
(Continued from Firet Page.)
always open to fluctuation through the
hostility or favor of) those who, for the
time being, were In power, always open
to manipulation by thfe trusts themselves."
Fljty Jt.ew Lawyera.,
The largest UaV of candidates for de
grees was ,thst-tf the applicants for the
legre xt bachelor of arts, of whom there
Sere 159. 'The oaths were administered to
fifty new lawyers by Justice Eirilln Mo
tlaln of tha. Iowa bench.
Honorary, degrees' ton'' conferred upon
lumeroua Candidates -byf Z.: D. Murphy,
fclkader. la., of the few, Stats Board of
A portrait in oil of. the. lata President
Eteorse Thacher, Lr. ir a presented by
Hie alutuhl and old' taculty members to
(he utUvwulty, the,, presentation speech
kelng made by jpv. O. "1 F. Parker of
Jrlnnell, formerly professor of history at
tie university. rJ ftaorae; Edwla Mo
Lean, president of Iowa university, re
ponded.''VV. The oandldates f or'aegrees In the Various
lollegrs were presented to President Mac
lean and other officials by 'the respective
leans. s follows: Liberal arts, Prof. W.
?. Wilcox; -i law. Prof. Charles Noble
tregory; medicine, Ir. Jamea H. Outbrle;
lomeopathio medicine. Dr.; George Rayot;
lentistry. Dr. ;W. 8. HoaforO pharmacy,
rof. Vf. J. Teeters; Dr. Carl B. Seashore;
ipplled science, "tf'rof. W. O. Raymond.
(Continued frem 'Flrsf Page.)'
!o examine tfcem. Mr. Garrett was ' pari
Irularty ipsi&tent upn rtlir ,mforma libit
n regard to tb purchase of Baltimore
eflnary la jsat , - ;. ,, .... ,.,
Mr. Helke. said he" had never heard the
port that control, of H : was- gained
iirough a loaikby . "dummy." whoTreBrei
tented the Ames l-.an ,Stigaf .filng; com
any.. ' ; i'. ..v.. '':i .,
Secretary Ft tan a prodiu-rJ' the -minute
tooka 4f the com puty, nhowl"y the out
tght purchase f a' majority f Uie-stock
tf the Baltisrari refiaenr far SJSJ - ; i
"WUare is .the-' rewluMoft showing' the
Ibaadoament of tiUlOnore p1antr"lri-.
lulrcd nepri'seBUmMny,;, t -'.f; -A-,
"I am not sure thr le'one, "; replied Mr.
rreeman. ' ." '. '. :
Mr. Helke aaid that 'the Old not know"
ht Iter any sugar baft bean refined s.t the
aaitiiuora plant af las' lu purchase fcy tba
Vraeiicao. V . -,t y. i . ,. , .: .. ',
Reoraaeatatlva Garrett " 'queiflla,ne4 .Mr.
Ileike- closely a'boat.,.h - puruhas and
dosing of the Penaeylvanla Sufar ReCAlns
ompany's plant t Cftroaen, H. . ..
"It was poorly Woated." s&ld Mr. Helka
-Tat you wars' willing; rw.OOO dus
or nr . . .- j k,.
"Tea. sir." i ' :v i ',', c -
Ha waa unable t threw UKht- on tha
ranawcUoas by wbWjh tha Alnriaa galnd
tntral of tha Pennsylvania company. The
raaasylvanta refinery, be said, was not
tttrated after It flf lirta the hands of the
Imertean. ; .
Madlaaa ta latereeted.
RepraaanUUva Madison expressed inter-
t la tha statement herm was not
such dSKuasloa of business at. .directors'
eaeuoa-s. lie asked U, hera were . not
ther strong men , on the board besides
'resident Hstemeyer, euvh. as John Jfi.
Mr. 11 elks said Mr. Paraottav was a law-
ar ua anew ciua about rfinltur sugar.
'tint baaat the wt merles a maSalts mooay
M of nanlpulatloa of stock and. organica
hia of eorpuratlons. rather Lhsa out of re
ining sugar?" Inquired Mr. Madlsn,
Mr. Hoiks was not wlllig to agree to
bat. nor ta acksowtedg that, stuck kad
tees water by tae AnMirtoaa, oftliaala.
That the Amaricaji oompaay, undsr Prea
lent Havamayer's admiiristratlaa,' frowned
the giving of Inform kt rsgardlng the
Mnpaay avea to stockholders waa brought
Mt. r : ,:.-.'.- v.
Tha toilowtng raoUutloa adopted at tha
tockboMers' maetlng Jaauary IX Wi, waa
"Rasolvad, That I any uiforroatloo 1 of a
oaral obaraotar which tha directors nay
a fit to make uUlo saay be furnisitad to
II Block hold ra mod that ' bo Turther la
annaUaa is to be glrvo. to tba Individual
tockaoldatw.- (. . y v
Narasaa Mm rieaSa Oatltr.
BOSTON, Juaa ll,A ulna of gDHy waa
ttrred In tha midat of his tsailinuoy In the
tnlted Statea distriat court tdss by Rev.
ormsn Plasa, kwUmA of the
td-raabla lnvetiutkt ootniMUiy, who la
trkU tur tudng tha aoajta In, turtberanoa
f a fraudulent sc hsoMr. Cbartca) H. lUvokm.
prssidsoi. and J4ia t . Traihaen,
as tro&mrsr. plslw1 sU(!T to "Iwdnl.-al-
ru. JkU tlrva vtil Vs fined Instead of
--' t, 44 id builrrstootl.
Bill Reintroduced by
Measure Will Allow; Tliem to Present
Claims '"Against Gorernment to
1 the Court of Claims.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, June 14.-(Spscral Tel
gram.) Senator Brown today reintroduced
his bill of the last session authorising the
Winnebago tribe of Indians to submit
claims to the court of claims. 'This bill
was favorably reported to the senate dur
ing the closing hours of tha last session,
but was not passed upon. . f '
Representative C. H. Sloan, who delivered
the memorial address last night at ' the
ceremonial session of the Knights of
Pythias lodges of this city, was today .'the
recipient of many congratulations from
those .who attended the exercises,. including
a numbet- of Sloan's colleagues who are
knights, and who, without any particular
announcement, were' In the audience. W.
E. Andrews also delivered a hor addrens
and It looked as If Nebraska was running'
things In Pythian circles.
Presidentto Pass; ;r
,1 ; on-Chomas Oliarges
Executive Will Give final D.aeCaioji;
; la tie OmanaPqstmas-,,, .. ,.v;
' " ter'CaTe.T ".. " '"'"'
WASHINOTON., June I4.-,Th. matter of
the charges against Postmaster Thomas
of Omaha have been referred to President
Taft for final settlement.-according t6 the
report that Is current here.M -i :.'" -..!
It Is stated that tha. Civil. Service com
mission reached a Scotch verdict in the
case, ."guilty, but not proven." while
i-ostmaeier uenerait Hitchcock found, an
opposite verdict, holding the Charges were
sustained by the proof.
-i As .the- appointment i in, th; hfends f
the president, the matter bas txten yef erred
to- him ;,for vdecteionl r' '
,Tha wedding ..of , Miss .ornna: Taylor,
dayghten it Mrt atHf Mrs. ;Ja4tas II. Tay-
Jor.tOjafr. Clement JWaldran took place
Vsdnesdsy.wvenlus at,.'tb -Ptrsi Chrstlan
tburoh -Bv. Ji'-Jil'. kersey officiating.
lTba bride wore White jnrAI(trrd ohlf-
f on over 'wb.lt astln, and .cslrrjeo Ullas of
tna vaney. The briae's.long.veU: was held
la plaoa, by ;a .peci, elacp, and : she wore
peDl, and diamond Javaller, icglft of the
groom'.' '- .' . ' . v ,
. iM'ss' jvru..Creevy,'.Vma'jd.t..tnor, vore
ypuow ilfron ovef yellow. atij. trimmed
with,' pearl' trimming's , and carried white
Mies. The bridesmaids Miss. Ittlen Pat
terson .and Mis Jeasls Spanca, ora white
cnnipn over white satin -wjth. paaijl trim,
mlpgs and carried armf uls - of . 'greens.
Aftvr the 'wedding a iarpe. jecpytlon was
hld St the .bride's ome .wlijoh -was deoor-
Mea With 'srreens and lilies ot Tie. valley
Those aaslstliig throughoat (b ioms wars
m . nix-. :i. ' j.
mayd and Mitr Vlrslnl. Eliit3y t
.AttttfL short wedding trip east tha bride
and. groom will return snd, peri4 a' couple
of weeks In -Omaha;' tefore" going to tbeir
home hi Beach. N. D. ':'(i ; 1
A Krtanttal EiNrlcsea
with biliousness, metlaria and etfnstlpatlon
ts quickly overcome by. taking Dr. King's
New Ufa Fills. 26c Foi a by Beaton
Hobeeea, Le4ge BtewtaV.. -''
BHUBERT, Neb.. June 14 (Special.) At
tha district convention ' of ths hebekah
lodge held in Bhubart tha following ffjoaro
ware elected: President, Mrs. Grace Bhu
bert, Shubsrt; lce'prsldent. Mrs.
Boal. Auburn; warden, Mrs. ' Charlotte
Imlar. Shubert; treasurer. Miss Flora New
saan, Auburn; secretary, Mrs. Kile. Taylor,
Bhubert; chaplain, Mrs. Mattla Rhodes.
Auburn. ; The convention will be held In
Auburn next year. Tha district embraces
the lodges In Richardson and Nemaha
counties.' One hundred and twenty-five
delegates were In attendance at tShubert.
(Brown for Jsd( ot Porta Rico.
WASHINGTON, June -14. -President Taft
has appointed Foster V. Brown oSTennaa
Ja. at present attorney general for Porto
Hloo. as , United Ktstes district Judgn of
Porto lileo, succeeding John J. Jenkins of
Coipewa Falls, Wis . deceased. Mr. Brown's
pom i nation was aant to tae eenata today.
Thare are bat'-few people who' have
thain. Oood teath everyone might have
If they would so to. lr. Kradtiury. Tba
quluksst,. anil est and Uaat painful are
the only methods omphiyed by as and
handrails of our pallauia, both In and
out ot trie elty. will sley tall you abotu.
u.uiu wui a AJu our up-to-oata
ways ef dujns; thtoga Crowns- aneyrte
wurk froul & 6 bar tooth. Plates that
fit from 4 0 to lll.ili.. pataJasa wtrao
tion of toath. Narvea of ttto'.U remuvaU
without burUag -you. WoiV warranted
LI t2!ZZZTt9 TnE TEHTlST
IT Taara aVaote rttoav...
1S04 auaass v
DE3 MOINES, June 14. (Special Tele
gram.) The State Association of Jewelers,
In sesoion In the Coliseum, brought to the
clty-ihe finest display that ever accom
panied any state association meeting. Man
ufacturers snd Jobbers sre in rivalry for
the most brilliant exhibitions of their wares
and diamonds and fine jewelry worth a
vitst sum Is on display. It has been decided
that 11) easBoclatlon will come to Des
Moines again next year for the convention.
Howard Carpenter, sales manager of the
Rockford Watch company, talked on the
subject, "Tact, It Importance In the Busi
ness World." Discussions followed and
then a talk on the subject, -Time and Its
Tendencies," by.George B. Irving of Chicago.-
Joe Ooldstone of Bennett talked on
th subject, "The Country Jewelers' Bat
le" Louis Tredo of Durant on Taking In
Repairing," and C. R. Runkle of Lisbon
on . "Cost of .Doing Business In the
r. W. Heron of Omaha, president of the
Royal Indemnity company, opened the
afternoon session with an address on the
subject. "The Model Salesman." In every
respect the convention is the best ever had
by tha jewelers.
right Ortr Parole Law.
Chairman Howe, of the state parole
board, in reply , to criticisms of the board
which have been made, ststed today that
ths board will 'hot recognise the right
of Judges under the Iowa tiw to limit the
time of sentences under the Indeterminate
sentence law In any way different from
mat contemplated by the law. The board
the county judses have ri.h .
great deal on this point, but soma of tha
Judges suit Insist on deciding In advance
how long tha sentences shall last. At
torney general Cesson nas threatened the
enerui or Ureene county with removal
unless he CompZv's with aft -order of a
justice court. It appears that Sheriff Wll
own, in accordance with Past custom. In.
stead of sending an offender to jail for
inirty days, permitted him to run at large,
taking personal responsibility for him- The
attorney -general has notified him tht this
cannot now be. done under Iowa law.
Guernsey Breeders Meet.
The annual summer meeting of the Iowa
Guernsey Breeders" "association was held
today three miles southeast ot Des Moines.
ADout eighty members of the association
were present. They were gueSta of owenrs
of the farm, at luncheon. Judge W. B.
Quarton of Algona, president of the as
sociation, presided at tba business meeting.
A constitution and by-laws was adopted
and plana discussed ior the winter-meeting
at Ames, -
- iarago4it Lincoln Hatnrd
LINCOLN, June . 14. (Special.) Fire
which broke out early this morning In the
Wunderlich tt Havllk garage at Twettty
Fourtkv'and O "streets destroyed automo
biles and supplies to the amount of $12,000
and damaged the large building, belonging
to.th.e senior member of the firm, to .the
etent of $8,000. The fire department, only
halt a block away, was compelled to make
a fight for a few minutes, but finally
got the fire' under control. ,."J:
Ball mi .UIlaa tirabnaa- RedoreaVi ' '
'IfEW'TORK. June 14.-BftlI In the ees
Of LIUisn Oralium. a, chorus girl, and Hihel
Conrad, an Illustrator, charged with: the
shooting of W. K. L). stokes, a millionaire
hprseman. was reduced today from JS.OW
,a - ie ikvk -, n u i , v. . en ,i
,v ,u,vv 'ctwai in in tt csl muQ ui u r L.
Stokes Is rapidly recovering.
AND WHAT IT COST THE
William Porter, of the New York Stock E
cHaage firm of Erickson, Perkins &' Co., was
returning to New York from his country home on
May 22d with a party of friends. Just outside
of Patcrson, New Jersey, in avoiding a drverless
horse and cart his automobile ran into a ditch
and upset. H Ilia friends escaped serious injury,
but Air. Porter was crushed under the machine
and died June 1st. -
On Feb. 5, 1908, Mr. Porter bought a 25,000
Accumulative Accident Policy of the ETNA
LIFE, on which lie paid four annual premiums of
$125. Under the ten per cent, yearly ACCUMU-
LATION FEATURE the insurance increased to
$32,500. - ,
- On Oct. 22, 1910, he bought a second Accu
mulative Accident Policy for $25,000, paying a
single premium of $125.
. w m So for $625 the ETNA LIFE oa June 2d
paid $57,500. "Weekly indemnity and surgical
operation fees added $1,107 more, making $58,607
How can an automobilist with any business
foresight go a day longer without Accident Insur
ance? The ETNA LIFE has paid over $16,000,
.000 because of accidents.
tna Life Inscrasce Co.
haetford, com, i
JOHN DALE & SON,
310 Eamge Building, Omaha, Neb.
,Q,vzttZ3 (?f3rtvQk qw
it-b. sack "Lotua
4 lbs. (10c) Jap Rk, for
- 6 fakes Fere- Msptr.a Soap
I 1 lb. fresh crisp Pretiels ....
n :t' lb. Soda Crackers Te
q Blrlctly frsh V.jt. per dos. Soc
uur ost courm-y noiier, in saui-
Ury jars, ,em lb. . i 20o
3 pkKd. Told Rice, Flaked 85
Qt jar Quwn Ollvea 50c
: I i 1
Golden Jubilee is
Still Drawing Big
Crowds to Yankton
Indians andT gullet Pierced Stage
uoacn Typical of fioneer Dayi
Attract Attention of AIL
YANKTON, 8. D., June 14.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Dakota's golden Jubilee continued
to draw crowds of pioneer settlers to Tank'
ton. A great clvlo and Indian parade was
the main attraction today. An old stags
coach that was 60 years old before the
territory was organised, half' s century
ago,' was in the procession. ;t has kept on
going west until replaced by the steel
rails. . For many - years ' It ran between
Sioux City and Yankton, and from here to
Dead wood. It Is s . battle-scarred vehicle
and shows on Its venerable sides many
punctures By bullets -and -even rents In Its
cover .caused -by the-shafts of arrows hav
ing been attacked - by bostlls Indians or
murderous white men. . ' . - ,
There are more Indians, cowboys and
cowgirls in Yankton tharr have been seen
In years. With these relics of other days
appear the smart rigs of today, automo
biles, beautifully - trimmed,-' firemen, and
fanciful -creations of business houses. In
a hard foughtr bait'- gome, Yankton de
feated a Wagner"- team, drawn- from the
reservation country, the score being 10 to 7.
'A Mid-Sunrmer Night's Dream,'' by ths
college, I to be given tonight In ths open
air on the college rampos." A great hit of
the week -Is a women's minstrel, given by
fifty young socfety women of the town,
who have ' produoeP 'the bones, tambos,
cake-walks, skirt danttoe and children's
dance. . ... .j,.:..-y ..;,-..
The returning pioneers come . from all
parts of the union, and Canada.. Former
Governor William Jaao,.wlth his remark
able memory .and .unimpaired faculties. Is
a center of attraction, .aVways ready to tell
of the days when he was the Intimate of
Abraham Lincoln and,as Dakota's first
governor. Vy v. -,.,. A
The remaining tbreetjdays of the Jubilee
promise to bv vej;ijb,usy1 ones and still
greater crowds -aretes pa ted, as many, spe-cWl,tinbveoejl-(e"raBge,d
' '. i ' ' a ; E .
A DaageroHs ,Woand ..... ,
rendered antiseptic by. J!ucl(len's., .Arnica
Salve, the healing wonder for sores, burns,
piles, ecesma and salt rheum. 3S. For
sale by BeStoh'Drug Co: '
Ql. jar Iaree ilansanllli Olives, H ;
lor ............ I ....... .5c !
SOo Valencia ftweet Oranges, pr V
doi. ..... ... , . ...... .JSOc (
watermeiona (on Vice), each d0
10c Lmona, per dou ..... .20c tj
S bunches Turnips or Beets ..Be
. Celery, Fancy , HWd Lettuoe, '
Mushrooms. Cantaloupow, Mint. I
2siO SasftO iftosao
Look for this Sign on Leading Garages
You cannot know what a good tire is an-
P til you try a Michelin properly Mated rf
NEBRASKA-BUICK AUTO COMPANY,
' If you are considering the
purchase of a wedding gift
of silver you are urged to
; visit the EdholnT6tore before
making a final decision. Gifts
'of silver should have a pei
manent value they should
.be cherished for generations.
The broad selection of silver
pieces and sets diversity . of
styles .and patterns range, in
price at the Bdbolm store affords
opportunity for getti'ngf juBt such
gifts aa will be monuments to
mark the wedding.
Bont Merely Bay
Stop at any aqda fountain,
dub, bufftt cafe, lunch
room or hotel.
Fcr-f.'iUss is ths Great
rsr-aOl-X-ae lss't like say other
It oosls the blood hy eleanstas;
It ef Imparities, tosio yolsons, eto.,
thereby saafelns yea aala to so
tare ash the hat saramer aaaatos
la ootnf art.
Cold drinks shock the stsmaoh
marvas and when tha reaction
aosoas yea are "hette than eTar.n
rir-Wl-Uo Is served eaol not
chilly. It oools tha blood trada
ally and naturally.
That's beoaase Tsr-CU-X.ae
clears the blood ef latBurltias,
toxle poisons, jtto.
It's the . rreeteet ' sammer
drink eves produced and It baa
the saost deliolvas naves ever
pat Into any drink.
rsmUy sine -bottles daUvsrad
dally ta any heme by
Atemito Sanitary Dairy Co.
rhoas XXnur. 411 Ante A-4411
ISIS ranasa St.
What Is an
' A person who is scientifically qualified to measure the
defects of eyesight and to prescribe the proper glasses
therefor. The following are the Optometrists of Omaha:
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO.,
B. B. COMBS,
H. R. CEONK,
The only bunch ot retailers that
of business at noon Saturday during
Coat and Pants to
OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL PREVIOUS TO INVOICISO BALE IS
We Lave reduced the prices on every Suit in our store. How
ever, the workmanship, linings and fit are not reduced one bit
40 Suits reduced to $30
50 8ults reduced to $40
1 15 Butts reduced to f,liS
45 Suits reduced to $3JJ
Every garment guaranteed perfect in fit and style.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
804-SO8 South 16lh Bt. Five Steps South of Fai-aam.
..lli,g,,,..iW,J,i.Ili.l,, i i,,.iim. winwaji, ,.i ...!um!!
J M U HUJ D u eIiJ LjJ i K , ,' ; .
Malted Milk Bread
Children Need Healthy
Malted WHOM Bread Rives seat to
the child s appetite because it is
aa near predlsested aa It Is pos
sible to mske bread tnd it IS
therefore easllj ana quickly as
similated and built Into new tis
sues. It tastes aa food aa it looks.
Ee and lOe per Z.oaf.
Have the I.lls Thrr'rs TalnaUe
7 SO Booth sstli at.
Phones I Barney assej lad. A-13817
FresU Every Day at Your Grocer a.
I " ' 1 ii ' i, 1. 1 it
If you believe that the women
of this community have self re
spect and Intelligence yon must
admit that most of them read The
GLOBE OPTICAL CO.,
GREGG OPTICAL CO.,
HUTES0N OPTICAL CO.
have the nerve to close their places
June, July and August.
Order $17.50 ?
i . .mp-mmmtmiitumiimmmaw-fl
yd. bottft i
1912 Farnam St., Omih:
TRAD! MAn -
THE DEADLY FOE ;
AND CONQUEROR OF
. ,, . ..
Uricsol Is not aa expert- '
men t, not a cure-all, but a '
tried and proved rcmedf A
that has been performing "
wonderful work for years, j
Ths formula la that of a ,
chemist of forty years
17 WILL NOI OSLT CCEB 3
EfiECIATlSX M tiX.Q?i
Ef5 EXCESS OF CWC ACQ) . . '
IS TOE BLOOD, EOT IT .
EISSOLVES AND ELKI- .
BATES DEPOSITS EI TE? .
Uricsol positively has no
injurious effects upon the
stomach, but rather assists
digestion and strengthens
the digestive organs.
Don't waste another day
before investigating UricsoL
If your druggist does not
have it, send one dollar to
the California Chemical Co,
Los Angeles, and a bottle
will be sent you prepaid.
CaS tr Seat far Fret BaoUrf
CaBfcrnla Chcmiral Co. .
32S New Ai(k St, Las Aalei. CaL
Saenuu ft IcCmmII Dnf Ca, '
The Sunday Bee
Is anxiously waited by
those who ar specially' J
Interested la lands, i tha
sort that buy and sell
and encourage others to ' V
do likewise. .
Theater Cooled by lead Atr.
LLOYD INGRAHAM ASSl
klrst Time In any Omsha Theater or
tSar. The LOTTERY MAN
No Tears, No Blffhsj Just Ha-Haa.
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