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flere's a Delirjhllul Way to Give
IVIarK Cross Leather Goods
You merely dc)osit with us tin?
wnoiint yoa wish, and for which
we issue- a certificate, which cjiii
le redewmed at any Mark Cross
ngency in the U. S. in cither Mark
Cross gloves or other leather
This I'lan is a jpeclal conven
ience In milking Rift to distant
relatives or friends yoa mnlt
lb certificate, to thorn and they
can select the gift themselves at
the nearest "Cross" agencr.
GOOD YEAR FOR IOWA CROPS
Output of Tarmi Twenty-Six Mil
lions Greater Than Last Tear.
COBN A1TD OATS IN LEAD
'"' Farm rrlees r Kurmrr la
Flfty-Foer t ent Tnlal at tatter
Crop la Nearly !(, Mil.
SHIEP BREEDER AS WELL AS A
Air IT Hows i
Hrig Whist Ret
I'or Man n Woiiiaii, There's
Nothing Finer Made of Leather
4'lgar and Cigarette Cases
HI II I'olds '
Cigar aad Cigarette Humidors
Wliiak Broom Uoldrrs
... . r
r?onirW Jl VH -V Mill
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
FIGHT -ON MUSCATINE MEN
Chargti M7 Be Preferred Againit
Officer, of City.
LASOR JEN AHE MISTREATED
Alleaallmt Made Met QifWMr,
Who Will Hear t'aae (wwi ,
Head State Board ol
(From a Staff Correspondent.
IjfeiH MO1NK0, la., Deo. U.-pwtal
Tlegi-am.) -Governor Carroll will take
tba Initiative In an actio for th removal
front office under th state law of five
city and county official of Muscatine, In
cludlng tha county at tot nny,. chief of po
lice, sheriff,, mayor and poll.' Judge.
Tha eiecutlve commit of th federa
tion. Governor Carrwll, Hut Dabor Com
missioner Van poya and ftpeclal Counsel
l.e of th atat department C Justice
wei In conference for nearly two hour.
Ctoverpor parnHI heard .th statement of,
lh Member of th committee In
dicated that they will !atr fit formal
charge itn affidavit. , ,. .
In their alatemeul th member, of th
committee charged thro official with
ualng their club on. laborer lnit4 of
maklnf arrmta, wUh violating: thalr aath
of offioe, and with aotlnc beyond their
authority. Th trouble grow out of th
trlk of the button worker.
Caearroa Jkaratat lleada Hoard.
Th it a la fanner' UistltuU liW today
elected Charl IS. Cameron to be ureal
tlent of th rttat Board of Agrleultur for
a fourth time, and alao r-elcte4 Vloe
rntaidont Oiaon and all mmbr of the
UlimUHy board whoa term now expire,
Krcrelary Hponaler of th Kaoaaa Bteta
fair axldrexaed the oonrentlon.
Krport of the official of th Iowa fair
ahowed the department to be In excellent
Uefereaa l Maaaa t'-aae.
Judge Wunarr In federal court today
entered an order that th laauea Involved
In th ault or th government for an ac
counting o th part of B. II. Maaon, for
mer clerk of federal court, ahould b
eubaihted ta tore referee, who will com.
mano on th work la February. The de
fen agreed to thl arrangement.
Kelly Caeo Pat Orer.
Th dlatrlct court today poatponed for a
week the argument In the Kelly murder
caae, Involving entering Judgment on the
verdict of Inaan but guilty of man
alaughtar. rMWa Head Trade Cwaatelt.
The leva building trade council today
elected Gua Vrook of thl city president
antltlWMW uon Marahailtowa aa the
aelt place of meeting.
JUROR SENDS WORD TO WIFE
TAFT INITIATES INQUIRY
president waa ta communication, wit At
torney Ooneral Wlckereham and the ar
ar went forth to United State JUetrtot
Attorney Miller to begin the government
inveatlgatioa) at Indlanapolli.
Kffoot le laaaodla.
Th effect her o far a the tate waa
cviicenied waa Immediate. Dlatrlct At
torney Frederick waa elated. Many wit
iUMe who had been perauaded by friend
of th defena not te con her to testify
varne over to the aide of th atat.
A tha hand ef the federal government
aa dlecloaed another clrcuniatano wma
added to the rapidly growing . n,at
for surrender from tha HcNnmaree.
lMriis etioriiey admit today that Ihry
fell th effect of th government' hand
and with tli transfer of evldeno In
lidlatia.ulis. previously tied up, they
aw th beginning of the government
diagiitt oitlng the stat.
"Tli pivaldcMt'a real rt In tlila mat
ter has never been known." declared a
inaa whu know th details of It. "II
nt ahead regardless of peramial con.
tldeiatloiu. and would hav proceeded
much esrUer. I aa, lt w-
'jre told Mm th facta. A th evl
dene Was romlig In d4l!', however, It
iKposaihi t take the matter up by
niaU with Attorney Uuneral Wlckvrsbam.
letter paaa through the hands of many
tlerka. Our only mov to apiel to
lh (Hrealdeat direct wbea h cam out
line and hp acted at once."
The federal Investigation her v. Ill be
fmishtd In a few day, lndiotmeuts will
tiot be returned fcere. howuvec. until the
Indianapolla Investigation la well under
ay. : .
The DriatUaent of JuMlce, It I. ,id,
I. anxious t have Mr. Iwler go to U
tilaiinpolls t assist In the lnvatlg4Uoi
the I, air. Ijtwltig ranilllarUy Kh the
onrelona of Oitle E. McNatilal. the
suveiBmr(lt', a4ar alina. la given as th
taaoo for asking l.lm to go le Indian
ejila to intrrrogat alcManlgal.
s - . ..: i
fKrom a Htff Corretxncl-iit.
DKS MUINKH, la.. De. n inir, lul i-
Vr. ,rorae M. ('happen. hnl of the
Iowa weather and crop servl e, tiwlay pre
fnied hia final report fur the erop yea
on Iowa rrnpa, lo th state farmers In
rtltute In seaslon. The report Is a flat
terlnsr nnp In that It show that the
crop value for the year wa over fjK,0nn,-
oho more than tho year before. The re
Following la a aummarr of rrourla
from rrop correspondents of the Iowa
weather and crop service, and thresher
nmt, snowing me average yield per err
and total yields of ataple soil product,
and the average price at the farms or
nearest station, l)ecember 1, 1911. Tho
rain gained by feeding farm crop for
production of live stork, poultry and dairy
products, la not taken Into conxlderatlon
In this report.
Cora. Wheat aad (lata
Corn Th estimated acreage of the coi n
crop I H,M,dW seres, or ICS.6U0 acres more
than waa planted last year, aa shown by
the report of the township assessors. The
average yield per acre for the state this
year waa IB.t bushels, making a total
yfeld of l,3fW,W0 biiKlicls. The average
farm price on iJecember 1 was M cents
per bushel, making the .aggregate, value
IIM.937,1. Last year the estimated yield
was 19.7 bushels per acre; aggregato yield
iM.wm.KiO bushels; average price waa 36
cents; total value, 1117,822.310.
Oata The area harvested was ,StS0.501
acres; average yield, 2.T bushel per acre
total yield, 1,3M.XM buahela: aggregate
value, at 41 cent per buhl, $r,,285,40S,
pring Wheat-Area harvested, 8SS.61
acres; average yield, 13.1 bushel per acre
total yield, 4.6,1,100 buahela; price put
bushel, M cent; tetal value, M.030.O7O.
Winter Wheat Are harvested. sv?ei
AlyilenOUl jaeiienfer Calla UpOB ; average yield per acre, 19.7 bushels;
Mn Henrv Waldron ' ,"' y"ra' W buahels; average price,
9 I VTI rMrtm t-kar hnahali lAlal a. at 1.. m-l lot r-n
I - - t'- ""lenui iv ii vatiurr, 9 ), 001,01 V,
I sr. . .
WlT.IfiT THY TO TnTTrtW WTM ""-wr-Averag per acre, 22.9 bushels
- - w u (Mil 1111 t 1V7 H kt,.l.. I
I ...iirM) 1.1 III ii fi.r,
' . ... - -H.IS . ..
aad t. Uoabtleae l.aaahlag at mcr. t6U, cro- mAy) bu.h.. farm
Rffort f Ilepatlr ta I price, 7t cent per bushel; total value.
Claa Him. eWl.tti.
Ptaxsted-Averaga per" acre. .6 bush-
KAKHAS ClTr, Dee. It-That th wlf '; total product. 173,710 bushels; total
of Harry W. Waldron, whs ewoaped early value at $S per bushel. iru7,420.
Monday enurnlng from the Jury hearing I Polatoee Average yield per acre. 71
the evldnno In ui trial ef Dr. B. Clark buahela ; total yield, .88fl.S bushels: av
liyde, aeonsed of the murder f Colonel 1 erage price, Tl rnt; total value, ,3M,S!7.
Thomaa 11. Swope, ha had word I rem Hay (tame) Aver ago yield. 0.8 ton
the missing Juror I the belief today el total yield, 8,246,'MO ton: average price,
the deputies In the county prosecutor lu-i; total value, M3,t38,2S.
office who have been trying te looau I Hay (wild) Average yield, .8 ton; total
waldron. Tha visit of a strange man, yield, m.llS tone; average pike, I10.2S;
wno entered the home or Mr, waldron lotai value, 17,021,11.
last night and held a whiscered cenrersa-
tlon with her, ha a routed suspicion In L?
th minds of the officer which have dl. Hprlng' wheat
pcneo tn tener inet watdran Is mentally winter wheat .
deranged, and wandering, ar that he hai G '
killed hlmeelf. Instead aA beliat ha rx ".'.1'.
(ormea mat n M anve and In hiding, foiatoe ..
and doubtleaa laughing at the futile f- Jam,
a . . as . . , . . . . I a aa , nim
ion pi.tne orpuur to local mm. Pasture and araaina
a ssuage ,
Timothy and clover
The stranger wa greeted effuslv.ly at rJE? ..
her home lust night by Mrs. Waldron Wpcorn ....!!."!.'!!,"!
and she drew him hurriedly apart, whore ELuAt.crop" ;
they .ilked. Bav that ah wa heard Miscellaneous crop..'
iu can mm jonn no inaung 01 tn
man'a Identity or bf the nature of thsir L- TolV ' . JU,91.1M
eonv.rs.tlon wa. conveyed to th d.- rV.V." lr' ! . r0.!: 862,47.t
l tr1 tAhV 'hat fiaiMA allantlil a n.l I ' .
.ll'. .rir.::.:- R ichard Morrison
ln te learn hi Identity. It waa the hop
of tha officer ta locat th man and
today question him closely aa te hi
knowledge of the whereebuuts of th WRBVftTKR CITY. j.. Dec ""ll Hpe-
caped juror. enti Tehtgram.KJudge Wright thla morn
Strength to the officers' belief ' that I ln sentenced Richard Morrison, con-
word waa brought by the stranger Irora I ' burglar, caught In tha Channer
her husband waa given by the cheerful, atore here and a member ef tha gang
aea displayed by Mra. Waldroa after tike wll,un 1,d committed many bank and
visit. Before that aba had been down- "ore robberies In north central Iowa, to
cast Later aha went to brd aPDarenlly n ''' In tha penitentiary,
In a happy frame of mind. William Green wa acquitted by a Jury
KarHer In the evening twe women called l 'ha charge of assault with Intent to
upon Mrs. Waldron, They both explained 0w iUon. The verdict created a
that they were aouualntancee there eeneaiion. ureen Stabbed Dillon In. tha
merely for a friendly visit aad vlsorou.lv aoaomen, tha provocation being alleired
atniid any knowladge of the missing man. I "w" ioiu or aim.
-,im .... .
Into the court room this morning ta an- YVUMAN HUNDRED AND
swer roll call, they shewed plainly th THREE YEAR fit D K nrifl
effect, of the perplexity tha ore.t .it. mnCC ' tM" UL OtAU
klak I liia i. a - lkf.,.1 a.. .1
. 1 " " evi- UEMBON, la.. Dec. 13 rSnn lal
dattt that tha declaioa t jrt. ...... . I ... 2. "' l tPei lat.)
----- - hi,, nary rosier, aged 103 year, died at
field, annouaoed lal. yesterday, to hold the home cf her niece. Mrs. Robert RemeV
tuera a weea longer in the hope that Wal- thl week. With her i..-t.,
J, ..i ,. ..... . ... . I . . " uaB
, , - - fui hw ia tn jury, wa ner brother, Mr. Bamuel Moffltt
mas a HiMKiuiiinff. vtin .u , i k M..ir . .
, - - ....... -r.. i.-.i j-rars younger. Both were
large crowd Bought admittance, believing horn In Ireland. Th home of Mra Pn.t.r
mat aner me aeveiopmenta of last night na been at Defiance. Plielhv cmmiv
Mra. Waldron might again ba aummeiied Buck Orove In thla county and Denlson
before Judge Porterfleld. or. that Waldron tor ovr twenty year. Burial was made
niineii luignt be returned to his place m ln family burying ground at Defiance
' 1 . :-
English Spies Sent
to German Prison
I-KtL:c:iC. Germany, Deo. 13. Heavy
punirhment wa meted out today to the
Kngllsh spies arrested at Hamburg March
18 and who have b?-n on trial behind
closed doors before the Imperial court for
Max Fchiile. an Kngllsh ship broker,
whs eehtented to Seven years' penal
aervltiKle. One of his associates, an
engineer, named lilpsyrh, waa condemned
to twelve years In prison, and an en
gineer nftmed Wutff waa sentenced to two
years: a merchant named Von Maack
and Max hchbla's housekeeper each re
ceived three year.
PROF. tl. C. MUFKt'M.
Worland, Wyo, Here for tho sheep show.
knowing thst the body of Mr. Callanan
was burled here today. Ho died In Chi
cago Sunday very suddenly and despite
efforts friend have been unabel to locate
rr Illea at lodepeadcni-r.
INDKPEND1SNCK, la, Dec. 13-Dr. W.
It. Wall, a member, of the E. O. Douglass
Hhow company, which appeared here last
week, d'.i'd at a local hotel today of
pneumonia. He was 31 years of aite and
aoing on me stag lie was a prac
ticing physician. Jtelatlvrs live In. Vir
ginia. The body waa burled here.
Vrsser et to Resign.
SIOLX CITV. Ia.. Dec. 13.-5ovei nor
Itohert 8. Vessey of Bouth Ikota. ln a
telegrsm to the Journal, denies the report
that he will resign In January and re
enter the buslens world.
WOMAN SERVING LIFE -SAYS
SHE IS TWIN SISTER
1 From a Raff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Dec. K;.-(8peclal.)-Mrs.
Jennie Oelger, who Is serving a
life sentence In the penitentiary. InMnts
that she Is not herself, but her twin sin
ter. Mr. Smith. Mrs. Oelger Is serving
a life sentence for the murder of a man
with whom she waa traveling across th
country. She was tried and convicted
in Cheyenne county ami after being taken
to the penitentiary was later removed to
the Unroln asylum December 1, and
escaped from that Institution February
19. 1910. She was recaptured the game
month and returned to the penitentiary.
An examination of the woman by th
prison physician. Dr. R. H. Spalding,
showed that she w mentally deranged,
accordingly It wa thought best to tak
her to the Lincoln asylum, where sh
oould receive treatment, and after being
there for a while escaped.
TO WED MR. C. C. MOORE
NEW YORK, Dec. 1J.-A license to wed
was lusiied to Kdlth Louise Pulltxer.
daughter of the late Joseph Pull tier, and
William Pcovllle Moore, son of Clermont
Clark Moore. The wedding will be held
at the Pulltxer residence on December 21.
Maa'a Ideality Coaeeeled.
is Given Ten Years
In th Jury.
DEMOCRATS ELECT FIRST
GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA
Her death came et last from no special
form of disease, the span of life simply
FHOKMX. Ail.. Dec. w.The first
weeping democratic victory for .enator. Za Par of ill le. a. a
and repreaentatlvea In eongr... nd .ut. !7 , '...J . mJ , "
l.oaea 1-ar la Cora ahredder.
WKST UK NO, I.. Dee. ll-(Mueclal i
Ten corn ah redder accident have oc
curred In north Iowa in the last th
tate election In Aruon ha. resulted la a rat... vTe...
j, ..... ... . lat.st victim and he la mlaus a fii
here his hand
publican leader, here, though figure, are "V. T
not avaltuM " " "' n niacnine
- m ...a -.,... eai ....
ti. . ... . I ' ' ne irg was amputated be
- ..- ..,-.....,. " . w Hi, vunklllUI On I ll'Bu, lh. W . . .j
.u. i.... . .. ... 1 Binvir
.iiiiiiiiiiii in reran oi juagea, believed
to assure statehood passed almost unant- Flaed for lsttri
"UBly. MASON CITY. la.. Dec. k-
Early today there appeared to he imu I Backed by fifteen women siiunbi aa
hop. for any republican on the atat Tomatovhh went Into Justice Kanklns
ticket, with the poaaihle exception of I tourt tnl morning confident that aha
i leveiaittl for secretary of at ate, I would be able to establish the ta. t that
Figure on the legislature were not I noK blaspheme. She wa Trt
available. I put on th atand In har own heh.ir
told a pretty ttralght atory, but when
. ..... -r. ...w.,,., tvi oun ai ner n
U.h. F.r.ll.r aad r.. U, twutd h.r up lh -. ,.
"" mnm m m f-mm m . i . riav nri .a- n w.. .
I ...... ..... m,,y 919 Ujr in jUJfUOtf,
"mwm I VaaM M..kka,J a a
('nr v... i.. I .. -rwiar
v i tuay urilllUI rtianiiran- I HI AKliV MTV 1. e . o, .
.... ' ----..... . I T-V . AVe1 E-ltawCIKI
urera sen thalr exhibition aaninl.. T.lr.m h ... .
at tha rij ,....... ' . ... ..i,, lo
-B ana i nroago fur- see hla whit eat heart, Walter Davla
...UwB BrMi in merchania ik.i .... I. ....... . , .. .
in i , ),. .... , . --' "i w v ma town
o,. . M. kr U"- Th lu "f,n Ha wa. .bowered with
.. . . 7T"y heM eg and Ic, and took refug. In a fright
. Ta T ",v" l"r aoia in car, vrnere he w. rescued by Deputy
i ba ,i i-i ""x aecured lioung men composed the mob. Dart
"J7. iTt 7. insist of say that h went tk.r only aa a vie.
... ....... . .uiukui ana ar of axclu- Iter.
aiv aesigna. Made up in many caaea for
tlu apeclal axhlbita The ladie of
Omaha are Invited to call and see this
DEATH RECORD .
Mra. Urare Da vldsen.t aace.
TAB LB ROCK, Neb., Dec. 13. (8pJ
clal.) Mr. Grace Kavklson-Vance died
In a hoepltal at Omaha Sunday, Decem
ber 10, 1911, and the body wan brought
here "for burial. The funeral sermon was
preached by Rev. J. M. Fads of LineoJtt.
Mr. Vance waa about a yeara old and
grew to womanhood In this vicinity. Sh
was th wife of William Vance of Peru
Neb., and a daughter of P.obert Vf,
Davidson" of Lincoln. he leaves a bus'
band and our small children. ''
NEBRASKA CITY. Nb Dec. 11 (Spe
clal.) William Evaer died at hla home In
this city Sunday and hi. funeral was held
yesterday. He was born at Fairfield,
Neb., March 2, l&tf, and came to thla
city 'When a email. hoy. He waa kick but
a short tlnte, aa he suffered from a tumor
on the brain. He leave a wife, but no
Mra. (athrrlae Boott Wells.
BOSTON. Dec. 13. Mis. Catherine Boott
Wells (Kate Gannett Wells), the author
ess, died auddenly at her home here to
Kreaeh Aviator Killed.
MELCNK, France, Dee. IS. Lieutenant
Charl Lantheaume, the well known mili
tary aviator, wa. killed by a fall from hi
aeroplane her today.
fir" M 11
COLD C.4CSI0 tl KAD ACHE.
LAXATIVE P.ROMO Qulmne. th world
wide Cold and Urlp remedy remove
cause, can tor tun name. 1.0011 tor slg
nature K. W. OltoVK. 2&o.
There will bo real pleas
ure for someone if they re
ceive a pair of our
Cushion Sole Shoes
The ishoe full df comfort.
They are both a non-conductor
of heat and cold. No foot
is too tender but that it finds
relief in those comfortable
Wo men 's .
. . $5.00
BUY A CERTIFICATE
They nro good for
fchoos or slippers. Given
certificate and then let
us fit the shoes or slip
Iers the day after Xinas
Drexel Shoe Co,
14 ID Farnam St.
BO HOT FAIL
to read carefully the
Schasffsr Drug Co.'s Ad
on Page 5
A NEW moss
IMPOBTftST TO EVERYONE
It Is now conceded by physician that
the kidney ahould have n.ore attention
as they control tho other organs to a re
markable degree and do a tremendou
amount of work ln rmovtng th poison
and wait matter from the system by
filtering th Mood.
During the winter months especially,
when we live an indoor life, the kidney
ahould receive aoma assistance when
needed, aa wa take loaa exercise, drink
leva water and often eat more rich
heavy food, thereby forcing the kidneys
to do more work than Nature Intended.
Evidence of kidney trouble, such a.
lame back. Inability to hold urine, smart
ing or burning, brick-dust or sediment,
sallow complexion, rheumatism, may be
weak or irregular heart action warn
you that your kidney require help Im
mediately to avoid more serious trounle.
An herbal medicine containing no
mluerala or opiates Iia th most heal
ing Influence. An Ideal herbal compound
that haa had most remarkable aucceaa
aa a kidney and bladder remedy la Dr.
You may receive a aample bottle cf
Swamp-Root by mall, absolutely free.
Address Dr. Kilmer c Co., Btnghamton,
N. Y. and mention the Omaha Dally Be.
W will give Free
of Charge with 4
full quarta of Pri
n.o Rye at 33.10.
consisting of a fin
bend painted bread
and butter china
plate, a bottle of
fine California port
wine, a gold etched
whiskey glass, a
and a 112 calen
dar. Thl. whiskey is
for our trade and
la aold direct to
you. We guarantee
thl whiskey to be
better than other
high grade old rye
that sells at dou
ble the price.
Orders wast n. t.M Tinol i.. .
for 11 quarts prepaiS. w
n0,ir 1r.'f"rn',e Omaha National
Bank. Mull your orders to
Meyer Klein Liquor Company, i
Ideal Gilts in Silver
In selecting; jour holiday gifts from our
extenelTe collectloa ot silverware the pleas-"
ure ia Intensified by the great variety we
hare provided, and the surprising novelty of
the new designs and conceptions.
Here you will find exactly what you
want, and at a price to fit your purse. Onr
new patterns Include the fineBt pieces in as
sortments that offer a wide range of choice.
Inspection is cordially Invited. Tho range of
prices Is wide and attractive.
HON'T MERELV BUY INVEST.
Sixteenth and Harney.
iC- 1 1
.RflQMEY T LOAN
In any amount on improved (or to improve) Omaha
and South Omaha real estate Eesidence or business.
Money On Hand No commissions to pay Interest
rates reasonable Repayments of $100 or more on prin
cipal received any day without notice. Prompt action
THE CONSERVATIVE SAVINGS & LOAN ASSW
1614 Hainey St., Omaha, Neb. '.. . '
Geo. F. Gilmore, Prest. Paul W. Kuhns, Secy.
-'- , , -.1, v
emo val Sale Bargains
$12.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
$11.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
$13.00 Matinee Locket and Chain bow
$13.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
$15.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
$10.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
$10.00 Matinee Locket and Chain now
Look for the name
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
' a.e Douglas. Stret.
Self-Fitting Emergency Overshoe for Horns.
Prevent, .lipping or balling when street or roads ar ley
?2ZL LVrPJ' 'ST tor "" "hod. a? the
" hautonoxUlcen efl ia ta minutes. BAVKN
time and mosey. Becommended by Bumaae BiLti.
Terywiwj. l or Sale by aaa-oMee
Alfred Cornish &Co,fZES
YOST -High Grade Furs
Coi ner aoih mml Kartiaiu. Toltn!.on Ioufrliia 9040.
fa aail.A. a.. . . I .
OMAHA Fl'RNITl'RE CO.,
. . Pth einj j.rram eta
Melall.ea Urn Net Kaew ( Death.
MAbuN CITV. la. Dec. ll-.Soecial
Tiierain.lKmheie aiotig the Pacific I
coaa , ta lather, mother and wlf u4
uarnard (.eliaiiaa at aojouialiig. aut
Tifi's Dental Eccins
The Christmas shopping rush will soon
be on and then travel on the street cars
will be attended with more or less crowd
ing and discomfort, in spite of all the
provisions we can make. We therefore
earnestly urge the public to Shop Early.
Stocks of merchandise in the stores are
now at their best and sales-people can
wait on you more satisfactorily now than
they can later.
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