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TTTE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. JULY 4. 1911.
'KIEF CITY NEWS
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Say A- -', . Trr Mm. D tttl
ttake Veer Kami Thlevee reo-
;a t i,aii News oft ce iMiBKiar BlaTht.
aorordn!- to Informal on given to the police
i.a iao:r.r.;. All t&ejr to-jna that j)tJ
toe'.- fati-v a a pair of gold -r. rained
-ctri;-s bt! r '.jr t C W. Blcelew.
teific Iki, Taae4ayTte poet
1 r:osed . w a. ra. oa
Ju'"T - ri "! four-trip rartiera wui
make (g d'Uvrrlee. n,Ui U c.T.ce at
atd eeloca. All other carr.tr wili
make on eemplete dellverr. Col ertjr
obterve Suodav ecredule.
Cetaelln Candidate lUee The first o-
daliat eairdkiat. to r1. j ui .... i J
Cor aoadnatlea at the Aufuat imrsanej
Wed Header to tha ptrwa of W. W. Ljt
waa of Pouth Omaha. l-m. u rut for
aoerilf. Charles O. Keller. n;ib!'t n
Iwe for the norrinatKm aa J-unlce of tha
lre ta Beaeoa prednet.
ftaceaucra for Charles L H-p-
T-er. new'v elertcd riUcmal president of tha
Travellers' f-ruc;lve eeeoclatiaQ . and Xrj.
Hopper were eatertalaed at lh paxtoa
hotel aturdar Bleat av members of the
aneoceeUen. 8vnir-f)Tc t-veau were pre
mt rrfresirmeata were Wmd Stanlev
Erowa eaa Oairmaa of tha committor
,tt Won rasa Jnaariag- w U
Tetter of tha W. 1. Tmm tji.ii r-
vanv ha rtlurnrd from Ordtal.
wnere he went in tha Interests of wail
paper dealers ta th preeeeutloa of th
alle;rd -wall parer trust," which was
a tawed by federal auomTe Mr. Tatter
left Bunder for trip to Kuui City ana
wter la a lmur R. W. rooter. rea
ral aet of tha Burltofton at Portland.
in Omaha, Monday, returning- hoeae
rfter atteadlnc tha convention of too Mod
rm Woodmaa of America ta Buffalo. "We
fear eaaJv the beet city la aU the country
pet of Omaha.' ta hl way of linat up
tha aiortea of hla natlre towa. ForUand
la CTowiaa- faet, he oocUrea. aad with the
houseful crope that are prosuaed ta re
Koo thia year, proa?ci1t will reian la
e Tear Wert After
working for Bearty a year under the ira
pttnioe thai ate waa to be married ta
Jooofh Dworah aad bo thereby compenaatea
t'jr her aoroaa aa a domeetto. Joeephtee
Oror. a Bohemian woman, finally awoke
the fact that aho waa betaf decetved aad
IUa4 ault for taw la the court of Justice of
Fao AJtatadl Throuch aa mtr-
Monday aba ezplalBod to tha Judge
tfeat aho thoacht her aervioea were worth
ahawt t aad tha judge entered a Jud
aaeat of 99 to aquare us tha account.
Tww Bacldeaoaa Ohaara Sanaa Two
aaiee of Crst-:ae residence property were
report ed Monday. P. E. , ilcKUjp aald the
alght-room houae. wlUi a full lot, at IKS
Blnney etreet. ta William A WeidrahaXt
af Spaidlag. Neb., fur lloA Mr. Weldea
hart will aieve to Omaha within two
monUta and wt'l make hia borne at the
forser McKlllip proierty. The Oftcen
room houae at US South Thirtieth arenuo
nan beea aold by L. EL Allachuler to Kd
ard E. IloweU. Tha building ta of frama
cocsUxctloo. The deal laroived U Ka Mr.
Kowll bought the property aa aa In (.
acenu BACHELOR PREPARES
KanU.tlraadeta e Haea Quart ere of
Otsiaha will aooa boast a aacheior apart
wiont aa a mecropoUtaa acaie vwnt Fanll
Braedeia aeu up hia new eslablUhBsest.
!r. Brasdeia haa eagaed the two ad
jVccrt housea ereoted by T. B. Ktnajd oa
L-ecxe auwet uet eaat of Nineteenth, aad
atJ have them thrown together lata one
cvmnaodloua apartment. It la nor known
fcgw lfctg the nreparatory work will take.
tut be ex pec La to remove from hia present
tiartara In. tha Loyal hotel aad occupy the
new hojaa by faU.
DR.. DAVIDSON HAS RETURNED
with the Hearty Raeww.
tiea Which Oroele Bia at
Ulo fW root.
Dr. Wnaaai UL. Uaridaoa, the retiring
aupra:cadeat of tctoola. returned from
reah-'nrton. IX Monday mofaind.
whre ha haa beaa tor tha last tea daya
alalia up hia work for the ceasing- year.
It. Darldaoa win leave for Waxhlugta
to raaaala peraiaaeatly oa August L la
tha aaeaatlzno he will com ap hia bwat
aeaa ta Omaha ard a'ao attend the annual
sneaclag of the National Educational aae
aadca. wa.ah enavwaee la Eaa rranriaui
ca July .
Though I regret to Ware Omaha, the
ccrdlaL-y which I reared wh le la Wtav
iBtaa waw-ponaataj we ta a way for the
ahargr. Kerar hefora have I beea tha re
ei4eet at each fclad worda aa I rare ved
at Wath agtaa. Tra patroaa af the csaeU,
the tracho: a and the meo.brs cf the Hoard
af rOuea tea aaarad ana of their ca-oa-ra-tjaa
km every way poem hia Tha hearty
i" af ail aad tha puhlla preea waa
aneh aa ta pat heart and courage Into eaa
Just entering- apoa a aaw aad impurtaat
field of work.
"The Waahlagtaa schools are aanocg- the
Wt an the acaatry. hat thia tact daoa aat
arlag with It that fcaliaa- af aaUf act an
hloh la aftea a bar ta proaraaa. Indeed
I tha luambera af tha Board af lMa
aatloa. a flru oorpo of taaahera aad achoal
wfOcera eag-er ta aaove Aarward alaag tha
Haa af atl.'l greater tmarweeaaaat. The
wtaala school ayatom la doaainated by a
desire to saaha the rr-iw of Waahiagtaa
tha saaCal aaheala of tha rapubOe.'
RYE AUTO SPEEDERS FINED
Jar riders aad speeders were ta police
ourt Mae day morning- when Judga Craw
ford had the Sabbath aawed hreahara up
hefara htav There were Ova
wha had beea captured hv the rtk.
draa aad aae Jay rider wh ui .
herae and buggy without tha rrtnaain af tha
wer ta aea few score Bailee ef the
I Katwtg had a fine of
tacked ea ta asm fur taklag
bwgmy owned by roaaia McGratm. Sas)
'aeear aO oot, JFato-day ahiht.
ete a7eedra aTeraged (3
O-Keefe pan! ft aad aaaia. Ha
taa Xswt asaa ap bedaea tha
dragged a light fine.
ware T. Mar.wea. C A. Khra. A. O.
tal H. u.
Jaaaw Craerfwed, - - Taaea
a Aewewatw af rtrteea DI
y UaCLE SAM AWARDS CONTRACT
a. Paeaaeafal lad ere tew
rwratehlaa- gappUea te PedeewJ
BnUdlea- at Osaaha,
for satidisa for tha federal " "f a Bar
ca Broe. far tha wast year. Thai hi oatte
aa eatcaorre r liaC ea at hi i Is in aj
aiexartaie aaed ta the federal aatktug,
aa heoia. aiiglaaaia anpltlsa. Jaaliie
hia. aXOaa and sera eat era auppUea. '
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REV. T. J. COLLAR OF GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH JCTXJIXQ A GIRLS'
MANY NEW LAWS IN EFFECT
Auto Drirerj Hcit Step When People
1 Are Entsriaj Street Can.
BUCZTT EEOiS kust close
teek Tarda Coeapaay Is Miw trader
the larledlrfiea af the Stat Rail
way Cwamealeelam State
All of the la as paastd by tha recent leg
lalature acd approved by tbe governor are
now in full force and efrect. Kmerreocy
meerures hara been operating a ecu ap
proval, but the ordinary statutes and those
which lasted by lesa than a two-third
vote la either hoeae begaa their reiga
Automobile awaero may be our prised to
kara that they are new running under
law wl lch aaya rprdficaJIy:
Tpon appreachini any (laoa where paa
secgera are getUng a or off street ears
every person c-peralicg a motor vehicle
a bail bring- euch vehicle ta a full atop aad
shall not acala Mart until said street cars
have i tirted." Tula paseace la ta the Mc
Aid:e shicle taw puched through by Rrp
reeectaUve McAKle of Benson. It alee
sului dr.Tere erimlnallr liable for Injury
to pedi a t-ara. Numbers must appear wen
both froct are tax k of every maehina.
There are c.hcr Important laws affecting
tha general puhlla aa follows:
The Shoemaker concealed weapon law.
which . may Interfere w.th eomebody'a
Fourth of July celebratVona. It forhide tha
earning cd any fort cf a wetpoi by any
ct sea wha haa net a legal pcrsnlt ta da to.
Tha Bart os bucket eh:p law. making- the
operating af a bucket a tup a aerioua m a-
The Oi 1 etock yards hill, putting stack
yarca under the Jurtwlictioa af the State
R 1'ear eummlnteau
The camnuwlira fvrm of government law
introduced by Metag-er In tve house and
Banning ta the eer.ate. allowing any city
la the a late cf more than S.oe.t population
to adopt a prescribed cammisaioo form af
municipal governn-ieat. Senator Reagaa'a
bin allowing l'lta ta a&ako tbclr wa char
ters la accordance with state laws, will
also take effect now.
Tha Gustafaon-Evaae direct primary law,
which doees the prima rite and provides
for a nrefereat al vote for prealdant at the
next electtoa. -
Tha Reagan flro protection bill, requiring
outside Cro escape on ail building mre
tfcaa two stories ta height.
The Taloott factory bill, providing rafaty
aad aanltary precautlona for employea.
Tha Bulla hotel law. eatahUehlngr a state
eommUa'oa for lobulation.
Tha Jauaeo-Titbetta t ill, authortslngr the
orranUat'-oa of trust eomr-aalrs.
The Initiative aad referendum law listed
aa aetata file No. L by SaUlea of Culler
ouaty, which gives people of tha state
the rlcht ta la' t late laws of any character
with aufflcteatly large petitions.
End Seat Hog Must
Go, Says Councilmaii
Via Who PUata Hinuelf oa End Sett
of Street Car Will Ee Sub
jected to Fine.
No mora will tha "and seat hog" ait In
bUaaful enjoyment of hia aw a a wart aeU
aad smile while others scramble and roil
over hint far seats in the street ears If aa
ordinance, draws by CouncOmaa Da via, is
pa aaed by the city council.
The move over win mean move over and
failure ta aaove win meaa a fine of fit at
least and poaalhly.tnora. Tha ordinance
will apply ta the fat man aa wen aa the
leaa aad leaky ana. Darts aaya the or
dinance win be Introduced next week and
chain of treated lightning,
that It will go through the council like a
The end eeat hog haa had hia day, aaya
Davts. The ordinance will provide that all
paaeengera oa street cars must flU up the
seals to the front and leave the outside or
aad vacant for tha last maa or womaa ta
Mrs. Lizzie Freeman
is Granted a Parole
For a One Tear Period Krt. HUrj
21 Hayes Will Held Eet poui
lie for Her.
Usslelreemaa, coavlrted of tha murder
f her huahaad, haa beea paroled for a
j ear te Mrs. Mary C Hayes, vice president
of tha Women's club. Thia form of ciem
acy waa secured through the efforts af
her at lore i) a Icidor Zicgler and Carl C
Herring. The parole waa granted by
Judge Lea Esteile. Pre-rioaa ta the creat
ing af the parole argamenta for a pew
trial were preaeated. but tha anetioa waa
Card of Thaaae.
We sincerely express our grateful thanks
for tha acacy devoted tekeas af sympathy
extended ta ua by all frfcoda la the aad
hour of our hereavmant over the death of
our husband aad father. William N. lieia
buch. Especially do wa feel grateful for
the kmdaeso of the Omaha Beaera Ubtoa
hica ee kindly remembered us la the hour
of narrow: alee ta the Fleiahmaaa Teaet
oompaay for the kindly expreasaoaa af coa
aoionco over our I ties, aad ta tha Chieaga,
Burttcgtaa at (jutacy Railroad eompaay fur
tha uarapeoted fa vera tradered onateouent
to tha death of our lived oaa.
MBA. WILXJAM H- HEUTBCCH.
School Girls Enjoy Picnic
to Secure Quarters
in W.OW. Building
It ii Beliered that Compromise Xaj
Be Hade Whereby Club Will
Hare 5ew Home.
That nefotlitlonj for quartera tor tha
Commercial club in the new Wecdmea of
the World building will be reopened la re
ported In Commercial club circles. Ward
M. Burg-as. chairman of the spec el oom
mittee af the Commercial club which haa
e'-iarge cf the cow quarters project. Is not
la the diy aad a statemeat could aot he
obtained from him on the subject.
When negotiations which were la proa
reea recently were dropped becaae of a
0-agre.-ment as ta the tertne of the loaaa
aa the revarteenth and eighteeath floors of
tha tew bulkCtag the club and the Wool
okb were far apart on a prtoa. ,
The Coa rot re al club wasted te pay Hl,
im for the two floors. The ledge said that
the ieaae ouij not he made for leas thaa
Iwlca that amount bocaora cartala altara
tloaa la t'xa bulldlnc would he wecesrltated
If the crgaaiaaUen became a tanaaL
John U. TValaha. mana-er of tha Wesd
mea of the World bulldlnK. etataa that la
all prcbah Uty the Weedmea would be wU',-
te make dlffrmt tmna ea the leaa.
rev-lng tha rig-urea downward." Under the
figures qaoted ta the Commarclal club tha
rent would coma to tl.M a aquare foot a
rear. Mr. WaUbe aaya that the Weedmsa
probably would compromlae oa theaa f g
arra ard lease the two tapper floor of the
building for est or Sl.la a aquare f r-et if
there to a pore btl ty of getUrg the Ccia
tnerelal dub aa a tenant at those flgurea.
The supreme off erra cf tha Woodmaa of
tha World who have been In Rochester at
teid.ng the natianal meeting af the order,
have not returned. ' They w.U cot am re la
Omaha far a wet er tea daya.
Babies at Camp Fare
-Well in Spite of Heat
Thirteen of the Little Teta Are Well
Oared For by the Yiaiti&f
The babies at the outdoor eaaap eoaduotod
by the Visiting Nuraea association at
Seventh and Bancroft streets were a good
deal more comfortable Sunday thaa maay
Omahnns who bare spacious room and
broad verandaa. Per, aa the thermometer
ellmbed to 141 degrees, three tiny bits of
humanity received especially good care
Xrom their nuraea.
The policy which Miaa Naa terey, bead
aurae of tha aasoctation, and her aralalanti
at the camp, aursued for keeping the
babies cool waa to atrip their email charges
of all clothing, ta give them alcohol aad
water hatha, ta turn them frequeatly from
one aide ta the other, and to give them
plenty of water to drink.
There are bow thirteen be hies at the
camp, all brought there sick either from
the beat er from Improper feeding. But
they are progressing swiftly aa the road to
health, aaya Miaa Daraey.
Young Nobleman Dies
Autria& Who Came Here to Learn In
tricaeiet of BaflroaAiBg End
After suffering untold ag-oay following
three operation la St. Joseph's hospital
splro Oattrllowlta. the young Austriaa
aoblamaa who waa rua dewa by a fre.ght
traia oa the North western switching- t.acka
at Llgttb aad Doug '.a etreeta Fr day eaa
lng. died Monday taort-lrg la Sc Joseph's
Gbrtlowng naa ealy a years old aad
with III brother tad cocoa to J hi country
to learn ths latr cacaa of rallnad bu Ulng
vnuw ice tauter ta aa exienalre
railroad naa la the empire of Frana Jo
seph and te iu deairoua that hia noes
abould have a tho.-ouj-b Tt r.roai tiaiaiaf
before a-aumlrg coairol ct the 1 a ha op
erataa. No arraagemeata for the funeraj have
Tt been made, but It la probable the body
will be ahlpped ta A art-to for burial.
OLD SOLDTERS DRAW PENSIONS
WUI Uavo Dee bid Cause to Celebrate
oa the rnk--Ceaaty Clerk'a
Old soldiers have doable reaaoa to cele
brate tha Fourth. la the first place because
of the day. and. eecoodly. becauea they
draw their penal oaa then. The penaiona are
paid quarterly, oa the 4th of every third
. la accordance with hia custom,
which he haa followed far the last eleven
year. Frank Cwwey, deputy oounty dark,
will keep the office opea Tuesday mora
u had have a force of aetartas aa he-il
ta take care of tha old veteraaa. Thia la
a matter of accemaaodatloa.
every other office ta the building win be
RICHARD HAYDEN STORZ DIES
ftee of Mr.
Dtea at T
R chard Kaydea htara. U months old.
at Mr. aad Mra. Aeoipa ftora. dud at ea
Monday at tha bean a. SCJ Caaa acreet. Pri
vate fuaaral serili.os Win be eoed acted
avad lira, isalsk
RACK AT ELMWOOD PARK.
CITY DADS ARE TO CELEBRATE
Yarioni Way for Spending" Fourth.
1ECLLEE TO HATE WEDDESQ IXT
r eel dee t of the
rash Board WUI
Pwrm Clah ta
CJty hall ofCdala have decided oa v
rieua waya of apeodlng- the glortoua
Fourth. eoroe will stick to their bus to eaa.
other wul celebrate tat different place,
where they have beea extended invitations;
ether, and the greater majority, will put ta
tha day trying te keep oaoL
A limited few. who have political chest
nut te puU out of the fire, win spreed
eegV aad pick the featbera oat of the
noble bird' caudal ar pi ail age, one at a
Mayor Dahlmaa wlB tetl the ctttanM of
Tetaa. N . all about It hew the atar
apaagled banner waa orlalaated. how tt
was plaeed oa the various hilla. and how
It stand aa the emblem of free-doe. Tha
mayor got m action a week aae Pttaday,
when be addrtaeed the Bwedea at their aa
anal psoate. Ua put a few additional stars
aad tripe la Old Glory that day
ears ha will finish the Jab Tuesday.
After steading' the day la their
ways, most af the city officials will con
gregate at the Prairie club celebration at
night to wltaeee tha fireworks aad to
listen to Colonel T. W. McCullough. Jack
Ryder and Rome Miner erate.
Lou Burmester, however, haa hit apoa
the scheme which la novelty In Itself. Bur
aeeter ears he will put la tha day cam
paigning for Joe Hummel, who espirea to
the republican Domination for sheriff. Hera
la what they are going- ta do:
R. J. Ceonell. Health Commissioner I an
geiag ta peddle pUla.
Rome MUler. President Park Board X
am going ta celebrate at home with my
wife and the children. la the evening- I
have been Invited ta apeak at the Prairie
Park dub. The Fourth la my wedding an
niversary and tomorrow we will celebrate
the fortieth. -
Goedley B rocker. Councilman I am going
ta loaf ta the day aad attend tha Prairie
Park fireworks exhibition la the evening.
Councilman M. F. Fuakbouaer The bail
game for mine. Then the Prairie Park club
ar Happy Hoi lew la the evening.
Councilman Kegel Star at home with the
hide during the day asd Prairie Park club
Council maa Louie Burmester I am going
t acampaiga for Joe Haaamai. Be a nil a It.
Ottnrilmam Charles parta fa
CoancQmaa Tbosnaa MMarrera
opea, bowse far toy trienda.
George Craig, City Kngrhieer I am sotaaj
ta lake my family to the Rod and Oaa
CouacOmea Ebaklon aad Barka, City
Clerk Cm Better and Chartee WirhaeU
Going ta atay at home and bust cool paacea,
Waldomar hflrtianlsesi, CSvr rrmrlrlaa
doing to entartaia tha kida and have them
the Am haa fiat.
Tyo Young Lassies
Victors in Doubles
Touarest Player in Women'! Tenia
Tosraaaent Win Hirheat Honor
la Honday't Playing.
Twe mora slip of girls today won the
championship doubles, cloadng- the women's
tranta tournament, which wad started last
week. Miaa Clare iMugherty and Miaa
Xraa Reed are the vktora. wtnaiagr over
Miaa Boaaa Holdrege and Miae CarraeHta
CTaaae, tha acora standing d-d. UdL
Miaa Chase last week won the Individual
chajcjeoriship, which lndioatea the cppoal
tlea which confronted tha yeuag winaera
af the douhlea.
Miaa Reed woa another victory when aha
defeated Charlotte Bed wall ia the cenaola
Uoa atnarUo-d-d. -t
RIVER BREAKS INTO MANAWA
Water tarts te Rise at a Rapid Rate
aad la till Coartaelee; Its
I p ward C
Conceoaioasirea at Lake Maaawa are ro-
Joklng orer the fact that tha river haa
broken into tha lake and tha water of the
lake la be tinning to rise. Aa Inlet broke
through aoulhweet of the Kuraall Sunday
aflaraoca and the continued flow la bring
ing up tha water at a rapid rate.
The Glad Head
removes liver Inaction and bowel stop
page with Dr. King's New Life PUla, tha
painless regaiatore. 8c For sale by Bee
lea Drue Co.
The foilosntg surrlaga
Dux aad BeaJdeooe. Ay
Bert Lantphler. Thurman, la. ............. a
Etta Hyde. Thurmaa. Ia. is
Walter E. Clark. Aaalaad Bt
Edi.a Cooper, Omaha V
Hollaed A. Hart. South Omaha
Heiea Bruaer, South Omaha SI
Alonae L. Belvtne. Palmer ... O
Alice Vandearlft, Paimar . fj
WUllara a. Bloom. Omaha, .. .... . . M
Nora Morpbew, Florence - , , . M
aaoiph ttroa-n. Omaha ., . 0
Flora Prince. Omar. a
Harry Mailory. Pierce..
Ruby Huorelh, Orrana, ....
Chart Glenn. Onaha
Ketue Jacot.iei a. Orr.aha...
Aagelo Cnataoao. Omaha
Angeiana Paaa Omawa . ... f
Wilber H. fihuk. AUaatie. I a. n
Bertha A.- lanhart, Auiaoc, la XI
Carl Krlehhaaa. Norfolk.. n
Johaana hi, neeif. JtranarUle, Ind . . M
Cbarlea R. Rciff. Omaha yj
Motile D. Cwianey, Omaha , , g
POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOW 6AIN
Incrtate cf Foirteea Per Cent Orer
.ui of Idtt Ten.
EECOXD FOB LAST TO TXAL3
Vhll sleeane tew kaat hta Moathe
Are Kot raaaplled. It U K
peetrd They Vul thaw
tiesptte the tact that the tncath of J one
la consdered one of the poorest ta the
year for postaJ reccllte. the mO"th of Jexs
tMs jar ecllpred aar prerJoue June tor
the last tea ear. Aa mcrease of 14 per
cent over tht corre-ndlng month laM
ear l rhcrn by the figure.
The pistai recetpu for tha meth of
Jane. M. Te,-e JTTAJJaT, ahile the receipt
for last trteath went up ta tt4.TC.tt. or an
increase at I:.h:.Tb. Ths. t gures are con
sidered remarkable for aa alow a month as
June usual! la. The flgurea for the first
six month of tfe year have not beea com
piled yet by the tau-hler at the ptotTtce.
hut the atatemer.t was given out that It will
abow a marked increase over the corre
sponding period for IfM.
FIFTY SHRINERS SOON
TO LEAVE FOR ROCHESTER
Will Stop for a Day at Detroit aad
Also Make Pease Bide
Fifty Omaha Shrmera will leave Saturday
morning for Rochester. X. T-. to attend
the aaUoaal come la re. Aa Arab patrol
will ge with them and com pet la the
drills. Tangier Temple of Omaha will
top at Detroit on the way to New Tork
and be entertained by the Shrtnera of that
city and. after the conclave, which closes
July 12, many af them will travel ap the
Bt- Lawrence river te Montreal for a
pleasure trip. .
It haa long beea the desire of Omaha
Shriaere to hold a nailonal eeaclave la
Hofo?ortr Ado? Prvodphata
relievra impairtxl dig-cstioa
accom panicU by n a ultra, in
omnia, pick keadaebe or
acid ctotnacb. Half a tra
poooiol ia half a g-laaa of
water brings quick relief.
neutralizes the destructive
eckls of the mouth cleanses,
preserves and beautifies the
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
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MARRIAGE LICENSES FALL OFF
Reeerde ahow a Decrease for the East
la Moathe Compared with
Loot 74 ear.
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see an Arrow think of
anyway and always,
drop in the temperature-takes the
fatigue really quenches the thirst.
think of Coca-Cola.
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l.wt) Heenees were teroed durtrg tho flrM
air. tocnths of 1:L a falling off frota last
year af eighty eight, la the ewTerpoeag
period fer there were Ll lieaaeai
The little yd with the arrewa refie
to talk fee publication, but hi ahttfr aad
namesake at the deek. TupM" rurar.
btaraea the bM weather cf the last month
for hia aegUgene. The facts arparentry
bear him. out for there were thirtr-t we
mere June TmrHe last year thaa thia. There
were M last rear aaaiast m In June. TJ1L
Fertastaet Advertialcg la the Road to Big
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! an e xctss of uric acid In the Wood
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or a soda
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