Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 21, 1912, WANT AD SECTION, Image 34
IJlJi OMAHA SLDAl BEb: JAiSLAKl. 21, lyli January Sales, at Brandeis Stores Every Omaha Woman Should Attend These Special Bargain Events Monday and All This Week' . Om Trent Bargain Square New 111 Foulards: deto. small end med Sum desiaiie. few floral pat terns. tor Se atnalltV, t yard Hp fit-In. Half Wool Repellant Suit- Ings. gray and brown only Ik WC 4SI &ZTm I K39c Hih Class Imported Wash Fabrics for 1912 ( In Our WasJ) Goods Section, on Main Floor. We hare doubled the space for this popular section. Hundred of Omaha women are talking of the beautiful fabric that Braodelsaro showing In advance of the new aeaaon. Many of the foremoet Waan Good houee send u their exclusive design In Voile. Marqnlaettea. rieur de Meeaellnes. Efleure Voile and ail of Godde Bedlu Co., Lyons, products. Exclusive pattern at Brandel mean Just the one of one kind and we control the display of extreme sarveltlea the same a New York and Chicago mrtet shop. Price are Sue: per yard 76 pteJes'of 50c 811k Stripe Voile. 27 Inch, wide; at, yard...2ftc (0 pieces of satin trip Irish Poplins. 17 Inches wide: at. yard..e 100 piece of Butterflelds Knglish tie Voiles: at. ysrd. . ..... . 40 piece of Priestley' 40-inch Silk Stripe Voijes. worth l.SS....e SS pieces of 24-tach silk finished 60c Bengallne Glace; at. Tard..SWe 66 piece of the genuine Ensure Voile, border, floral and Jardm- s'pl f04nch Voile,' regular price is 60c; at. yard.. Sc BRANDEIS SILKS FOR 1912 Show Correct Styles and Exclusive Demgus. W announce the showing of Spring 11 of fhlon latest de crees In dree. .ilk, comprising sbedwater and spotpiwf. hl.h cUs bordered effects, double width Foulards. In design, of Filet Venlss and Mscrsm. lac and Bulgarian. Chine, Egyptian Celtic : origin Zombr. and Bordnr. Centrlfical Voile d. t-Pn"d lht Bole Illuminated Bordered Fleur de Sole, the sublime chiffon tar fetas; ! inches and ft inches wide, at, yrd. $1.00 to tl.5. New Imported Dress Silk for Street and Eevemnjr Wear dJ-lndi ChanUlly Channeuse, a soft, clinging dres allk nnllk any thTn?.."ihow. The well known C J. Bonnet, Lyon. m.ke. itrlctly confined to n for Omaha. IS.60 quality. $2.95 very poelal, at Our IMS Pekln Stripe. In all width trip, from 4 of an Inch to 1H inches: navies predominating with the white stripes, QC- 17 Jnchss'wlds; at, yard WATER PROOFED FOULARDS. ... 36-inch and 24-inch Waterproof Foulards; patterns, in Arabesque, Cathedral, Gothic, Dresden, Siamoiso, Eyelet, Filet, Cameo and Jardiniere; also dotB and stripes of all eizes in all the leading shades- 311(1 $1 1 " Dreis Goods for 1912 Are Here Early showing of the newest 54-inch tailor Buitings, Eningle diagonals, glace effects, Bengafine cords, costume surges, shrunk and sponged gray Vigoureaux Buitings,-mixed grays and tans, and the fashion's decree, creme serges and T:1: 75c and $1.95 On Front Bargain Square I, 111 yaras of ll-lnch to It-Inch dress goods checks, stripes, n-sdliim weight homeapuns. Scotch suitings, . r-Qj, etc, tic t It valus. at yd. One sauar of mostly 60-Inch .to St-loch fabric: many ar from the f 1.50 to $1 00 grade; st, a yard GO 79 08 New Arrivals in Women's Ready-to Wear Section Women's New Wool Serge Dresses for 1912 Here ars those favorite new models of practical serges and whipcords smart and BOTel designs for the new season, in white, nary, brown and black t S10.00 12.50 $15.00 SI 9.00 $25.00 S35.00 Dainty New Silk, Net and Lace Party Dressei New. arrivals of charming party and evening frocks In the dressiest, smartest mod sis that bare yet come out for 1I1J all new features " ... $19.00 925.00 $35.00 $49.00 SpeciarShowing of Misses' Wash Dresses They ar Jnst as practical as they ars pretty. They are the new season's hits for misses; special prices ar $2.50 $2.98 $3.98 $5.00 $6.98 Pretty New Wash Frocks, Children & Juniors Ths new spring wash fabrics, la chambrays, percales, repps, ginghams, cotton cor duroys and lava. Hundred of pretty styles, different from past season's styles 984 $1.50 $1.98 $2.50 $2.98 $3.98 $5.00 $43.98 Special Groups in Our Jan. Undermuslin Sale Omaha's great bargain event that la appreciated by keen buyers. ' Monday we will offer new lots and make bigger bargain than ever at 45 98 $1.39 $1.98 French Undernuallns at unheard of price. Our own Importation that we offer made op in designs strictly under our own direction at reduced prices. Fur Coats Furs Sets Furs Scarfs Fur Muffs From Our Big Purchase Eastern furrier's entire surplus stock at about one-half the actual value also clearance sale of all our own great stock othigh class furs at bargains equally wonderful all this week. fit January Sale of Drapery Materials and Curtains BUBtHl rnmuFWH .., i .m.,.". ' . up lo tl.be a yard; will Madras, worth up to so on wl at. por H a ysru; win o yard I Pr yri 190 paint of Not Curtains. trlmmMi wlih Mrio Antolnotto braid; worth polr, st. polr ...I ! teas Oaruia Brflm. ' -Lauo Curtains, worth up la t. polr . .1J Imv Curtains, worth up to J o l, polr . .J Lac Curtains, worth up t au pair M-s All our Bunsalow and niot not, wortn op to 6o a yard; will so at, por yard On bl lot of Oeuch Cevors.' ' Inches wido. thst ar .worth up to il.k, at ofb . ' BpMUl svtoo s Wtaw Bkade. Llnrn Mhouos. laches by foot at. ooch ..... Unn Hhodoo, S Inches by t foot st, each .'. Boat Oil Opottuo Shades, II Inches t fnol l. ooch BRANDEIS STORES Monday Specials in our January Linen Sale Scalloped Edge Table Cloth st ta.ea Very fine quality Aus trian damask table cloths, 72 z7 1-Inch stie, with ths famous "Interlock" edge; warranted to gtv ths very best service; regular 14.10 valnas: your choice of either square or round cloth; each, $2.98 M M Table Cloths si W.SO Extra fin quality, heavy dou ble saUa damask, 2x1 H yard its; never sold at any linen . store for lea than $4.8; on wis at $2.50 axS-yard Table Cloths st $'. Excellent quality pars Irish linen draek table cloths, txS-yard sis; very attractive assortment of pattern to se lect from; usually sell at $J.8; Monday special ' t $3.48 Bed Spreads Large slie fring ed bed spreads, very heavy crochet with out corners; suit able far largo brass beds. Our ' regular fl.lt quality; each, $1.50 ftoalloped ManetUe Spreads at H.ao Very fins quality satin marsellles bed spreads, seal ' loped with cut corners; regu lar It.OO spreads, ss. $3.50 Mill Ends of . Mercerized Table Damask Monday we offer immense assort ments of the very finest grade of imported mercerized table da mask, which regularly sells everywhere at 59o up to 75c a yard-in lengths of Vfa yards to 4 yards sale Monday An extra good quality of 72-Inch Purs Linen Double Batln Damask; regularly worth 1. M a yardj at, yard.. $1.39 11.60 gradea of Purs Irish Linen Double Satin Damask, 7 Ins. wide, yd., t5 Very heavy weight silver bleached Pure Linen Austrian Damask, 72 In, wide; worth ti.lt; i, yd 7k M-inca full bleached Pur Irish Linen Satin Damask; an 85c value; at, per Trd 59 w vo'v m j s isw a thsoflVip ards on r(s at, yard. Linen Pillow Tubing 4 5-Inch round thread pure linen tub ing, a beautiful quality, usu ally sel)lng st 98c a yard special sale price, yard.(J9t Lisem Sheeting Extra weight, round thread pure IriBh linen sheeting, U Inches wide; 11.25 grsde; at, yard.. .854 Linen Sheets 72xtt-locn sixe, worth 7.60 a pair; at, per pair $4.93 Linen Pillow Caee Made of the very beet grade of round thread Irish linen.' 45x36-in. alse; worth 12.98 Monday special, pair $1.85 Large sixe Irish or Austrian Linen Hurk Towels, fine weave; worth $1 to 11.25, at, each 49g Large aixe Scalloped or Hem stitched Huck Towels; 4 worth 60c to 75c, t, each ..25 White Fleece Bath Towels, double thread, long nap; reg ular 25c value, t each 15 Regular 50c value at ..25 Regular $1 value each, 49 6c Turkish Wash Cloths at 2t January Sale of White Goods White Goods " Section, Basement. A remarkable variety of beautiful hand embroidered White Cotton Crepe. These are our own di rect importations. Dafnty, new design for ltll. Select your dress or waist pattern now while assort ment ars perfect, at, yard, $4.60 down to 26c. , 40-lach White E s g 1 1 s h Dotted Crepe Very fin quality; op sal at, per Jrd $1.39 40-Inch Plain White Cot. toa Crepe Extremely . fins for waists and gown; at, yd 75 IV-laoh While BaikroMorod Orope In pin uou and other dainty dotlins, for waist, dresses, unorrwoar. ftc; fc quality; on sale su yard as as-luh Waits SlppoUtte Tho roush dry fabric umd so much for houao dreaeoa, wsista. rhlldron's wear, undvrmuslUia, etc.: neet no IronlDg. pcil, yd. 16a SILK PETTICOATS Heavy Dresden Patterns, all col ore, worth to 24, at .... $1.98 1 I Wedneeday, Great Sale WOHEN'S SKIRTS See Douglas SL Windows. Greatest Specials in January Sale , of High Class Embroideries Thousands of yards of crisp, new 18 and 27-inch fine Swiss, batiste and cambric embroidered flouncings, skirtings, cor set coverings; also wide insertions and galloons. The clev erest designs of 1912 in beautiful eyelet, floral and combi nation effects. Greatly admired in our dis play window. Many actually worth 60c a yard big bargain . square piled high; at, a vard IIU O'lU VVIIIUI- 29c Here's a New Lot of New Season Patterns - 27-inch Batiste Embroidered Flouncings, in dainty, new combination Irish crochet, Venise and blind relief effects; also 45-inch fine embroidered batiste skirtings in elegant blind relief and English eyelet effects; worth up to $1.50 a yard bargain square; at, yard; ..... . . . OC ; Joe WE EMBROIDERIES AT 15c A YARD. . Wide corset cover embroideries; also medium and wide edges, up to 12 inches wide; hundreds of effective designs to select from. "Worth up to 25c a yard - 1 f JLaJL, bargain square, at, yard FRENCH AND GERMAN VALS., LACES AND INSERTIONS. Pure Linen Torchon Laces, Piatt Vals., Point Paris and Certain Cluny Laces, etc.; many worth np to 15c yard on big bargain square at, yard 5c SeeBrandeis Superior Line of Hair Goods Second Floor and Pompeian Boom. If you'll inspect thl department' you'll see at a glance the high standard of excellence we maintain and realhte that our prices cannot be duplicated, quality for quality. Our hair cannot be detected from your own that's "Brandeis Quality. Gray Switches Short stem, all long hair. Prices upward from $2.45 28-inch Natural Wavy Switch' 110.00 values, at Cluster Puffs First quality, 18 to 18 puff to the et at $1.45 3 H -ounce: -$5.98 Transformation) Made of natural wavy hair, 16.00 value at $3.98 AHover Hair Nets 35c (lies while they last at 25 ' Manicuring with , Brandeis Oriental 'Oil is an innovation iire serves the beauty of tho nails prevents brittlenes and hang nails. Appointments made by phone. Lindsay Ligtits and Mantles In China Section West Arcade . A demonstration and sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. H. H. Oaborn, special representative direct from the factory, will be on hand to explain the upr lor durability and lighting capacity of their line. Special cut prices will prevail all during the demon stration on every item In the line. Osm-o Inverted Lights complete at , ....Sl.1 Kxcelalor Inverted Lights, complete at Comet Inverted, Lights complete at . i No. t Upright Lights complete st Kesular 10c Mantles, st. e. h T Regular lie Mantles, at.. each ...too Regular 19c Mantles, st. esch ..i BrKiilar tic Mantles, st. earh ' a .nl.ndld opportunity to lay In a good aupply for the future. ' . BRANDEIS STORES ! TO EEYBE BOARDS !cieik f District Court t Select Hew Xembm. SimBLCAKS TO BE IS TEE LEAD Betweea Klahtr l"r Deaie rratle Jswra mm I'lrrks Ar .. Mtae bf , Rrpakltraas. ' Bvtwsea dfbty nd atnsty democratic Judges and clerk of election who have served In Douglas county since the pri mal y last fall and who were supposed to have been appointed to serve tor ens year, will be removed and replaced with republicans by Robert Smith, clerk of lbs district court. This actios will takes upon the advice of Deputy State Attorney Item Welcomed By .Vlany Men This recipe caa be filled st borne, so that bo one need kaow of aa etbar's troubles, as the Ingredient can be obtained separately at any well stocked drug store, fhejr are In rednlar use a uJ many different prescriptions are constantly being rilled with thna. This will prove a welcome bit of Information for all those who are overworsed. Bloomy, deapondent. nervous ihi have trembling llmba, heart palpitation, alsslneaa, cntd cxtremttlea, Ineomnla. fear with out iue, timidity la ventutin. and general inability to art natur ally sad rationalljr as others do. becauae the treatment can be pre pared secretly at home and taken without any one'a knowledge. Overworked office men sad the many victims of society's laie hours and dissipation will. It Is said, find the restorative they ar la need of. If the reader decides ts try It. get three ounces of ordinary syrup saraswanlla compound aad one auoce compound fluid balmwort; Rilx and let stand two hours; thee ret one ounce compound essence eardtol and one ounce tincture ca domese compound not cardsmoa , mis all tosether. shake well end take a teaapoonful after each meal and one wbeo rettrtna. A certain well-known medical ex pert saaerts tnat tbvu nana of men and tiany women are sufferers all t:auae of dormant circulation of the blood and a eenseqaeatlal Ini pasrmeiH of the aervoue foroe. which kecet the most dreadful symptom aad untold misery A. Oeneral Oesrg W. Ayres. It wlU give ths rspuhUeaaa a majority oa practloally svsry prsdnet eleottoa board, la the county, while at present .the demoorau ar In the majority la most of the pre cincts. ' Mr. Hmllh wrote to Attorney Oeneral Grant Martin for an opinion as to whether he should appoint new election boards tor the spring primary. Ths law says ths boards shall be appointed at least sixteen days before the primary of each year and shsll serve 'for a year. "The coming of this year's primary loss thsa a year after that of ltll caused Mr. Smith to wonder whether he should appoint new boards. By so doing he would be. end ing the terms ef the present boards within lees than a year. Mr. Ayres says In his opinion Ih law refers to political rather than calendar years snd ths terra Vyeer" as used In this statute mesne ths period of time be tween one general primary election aad the next. ' ' Answers as a Lawyer. Mr. Ayres explstns that his opinion Is given merely ss a lawyer. Mr. Smith's letter was referred to htm for answer, but be cannot answer It as. deputy attorney general because that office csa give offi cial opinions only to slat officers and to county attorneys. have confidence enough, in Mr. Ayrear opinula to be goveraed by It." sshl Mr. Smith. "1 will notify Baa & Baker and L. J. Piatltl.. chairman ef the County Central committers, to furnish Mats from which 1 shsll appoint the new election Judces and clerks. Wnee the bead ef the republican ticket carried nearly all ths predneta in the last election, the repub licans will have majorities en the new hoards. Ths democrats did have majori ties because the bead of the democratic ticket carried most at the precincts u the previous elecUoa. "1 am going te make It clear to ths chairmen that they will be responsible for the character ef men ea the board. Mr. Plata erWrlxed the boards last fail and probably tbreush sataonderatandlng, bald me napoaslbl. thews then, .a I shall thai time, I-had to make selections tram the Hsu aires ma. -1 shall make tt dear te bath Mr. Plattl and Mr. Baker that they are ieonible for the boaida. ( shall not be brld ' responsible aad at the same time be restricted to the nets tber give me." All Have a Chance : to Submit Figures on Decoration Plan No contract for Interior decoration of the new county building will be awarded by the Board of County Commissioners until after thorough consideration of the proposals ef the firm and persons who have bid for tbe work, and thorough eonslderatioa of ths plea of Orchard A Wllhelm Carpet company and others thst tbe board reject all prop ess Is and read vertlss hi order that all may bars op portunity to bid. After hearing a plea from the Orchard ft Wllhelm representatives, aad after viewing sketehee submitted by Kucha, Son A Blind and M. L. Eadrss, present bidders, the board has decided to post pone final artloa for several days la order thst mors eonslderatioa may be Siren the situation. The board may re ject all bid and readwrtlss. rireaaea ts Meet Is Ptervw. PIERRE, g. D., Jan. - Special Tele- rje The Board ef Control ef ths State Ftl anna's sasarlalhiu at tta 1 aa- saa! bnshisss masting bare today asliimd Plem a la aaxl place mr bi alias ta time at June. which WW be i FUNERAL OF SALVATION ARMY PRIVATE SUNDAY Funeral services for Mrs. John Qlgen sack, ths Satvattoa' Army private who died Friday afternoon at bar boms, tt North Twenty -0 ft h street, from causae incident to nervous prostration, will be held Sunday afternoon st tbe Salvation Army ball at ITU Davenport street, at I o'clock. Mr. Glgengsck bss bees connected with ths local post for over fifteen years, and she was ens of ths most active workers in the corps. She suffered a' general breakdown about s year ago and had beea suffering until death relieved her. She Is survived by her husband and on soa and a daughter. Memorial services will be held at the Salvation Army ball la aer bower next Sunday night. SPECIAL MEETINGS ALL " WEEK AT FIRST U. P. CHURCH . Special mestlnaa trill continue d urine next week at tbe Plret United Prasbyte- rlaa euurck, Twwnty-ctret and Kiauwt streets. Dr. A. C Dougta will preach Sunday morning ea "Tbe Bible, ftod'i Book for Man." and tat the evening on "He oOadosnnatiow.- ' On Monday events Rev. Mr. Polack ef Sewth Omaha win conduct tbe asrrloa . Dr. Daagiea ssl return from Das are OM BREAK HOG RECEIPTS RECORD During Week Jut Ended 85,500 Porker Are Brought In, PLENTY OF PIGS DT COUHTEY Xe Kaseeial Resume Is Gives far tbe Heavy Receipts Kxeept that tbe Hess Vera Ready te Come V aad Ar Chipped la. Mors hogs ware received at the South Omaha market, during be week Just ended than during any similar period In the history of the Magic City. It la re ported ths receipt of hogs for ths week ending Daturday totaled eVao. t'p to ths present time the record week waa that ending December 17. 1M, when (1,101 hogs were received. 'There's no special reason for the heavy receipts at this time.'' says A. c. Davenport of South Omaha. "It's just one of those 'happen so.' There ars plenty of boss In the country: tbey were ready to come, and they simply came, We have been expecting a heavy rua for some tiro.' Nothing extraordinary exists at this time hi tbe matter of sheep and cattle receipts, thougn they are. coming in steadily. Reports from Wyoming aad all tbe sheep country In the northwest are that the sheepmen feel much easier since ths enow la melting, allowing the flocks to find ample grasmg. . I POLICE COURT TO BE I ENTIRELY FIXED OVER A aear riot wae caused la police court among the officers and court officials when the announcement was made by Judge Foster that tbe court room was to be painted and a new linoleum placed ea tbe floor.. Measurements were taken for the work. The pressut knoleum ea tbe court room floor has bsea there for ever seven years, sad unices ene has very good eye tbe fact that the fleer Is cov ered with anything but dirt at arassst Gov. Aldrich is to Speak Sunday, to Y. M. 0. A. Members Governor Cheater H. Aldrich will give an address oa "The Mental Biography of ths Naiarene" at ths Sunday afternoon men's meeting In the Young Men's Chris tian Association building sasembly hall tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.' George F. Ollmore, president of the association, will preside and Introduce the governor. Tbe Invocation will be pronounced by Rev. M. B. Williams, pastor of the First Methodist church, and ths benediction, by Rev. K. R. Curry, 'pastor of ths Cal vary Bsptiat church. Charles R. Gardner will lead the singing and wlU give sev eral solos. Ths doors win be open at S: - . Governor Aldrich will be met at the station at nooa and escorted to his hotel by a special committee, which will enter tain blm at dinner. He will be a lunch eon guest at the boms of Howard H. Baldridge. t CHILE WANTS TO KNOW AIL ABOUT THIS CITY The city engineering department has re ceived a letter from SaaUago, Chile, ask ing for tbe Information leaflet about Omaha, announcement of ths publication ef which the corespondent says he saw la Tbe Bee. The letter, written In Span lh. was translated by Will Cam pea. adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Campen, who was born In Spain and spent some time la Panama, where Mr. Craig met him. Younx Campen la flow In tbe Omaha High school. Another letter, requesting a copy of the leaflet baa been received from Louis ville, Ky. Numerous letters have been reoeeved star the publication of thai booklet and the supply Is bow nearly ex hausted. It gives eacetnetly the advan tages ef Omaha aad a bat ef the present Industries located here. SMALL BOY SEEKS PERSON WHO ST0LEHIS TRAVELER David Henry, a small boy Bring at 111 North Fortieth street, ta moklag for ths meanest maa earth. This Ms man. who ta unknown to David, went Into tbe latter back yard traveler. The boy asm the theft BT his trst aier had aa been tbe fastest ex, ea the M0 aad the envy of every key. WESTERN DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE FAILS TO APPEAR Lent, the executive committee of the W estern Development, leagur- W'ben formar Oovernor James H. Brady of Idaho, president of the Westers De velopment leaa-oe. raawed through Omaha about a month ago. be said tbe execs-' five committee of the lea sue would meet ta Omaha sa January X The members ef tbe esa-unlttae have xtst showed up aad Sscrstarr S. T. Parrkw beard nsthing from them. Negro Woman Kills Her Paramour Who Started a llumpus John Murray waa murdered by Gertie Mansfield at : yesterday afternoon while they were eating dinner at the letter's borne, xJ Capitol avenue. Both are colored. Murray waa shot once In the hesd and twice in the abdomen, dy ing Instantly. H waa m years old. , It. was dinner time at Gertie's home and Murray, her paramour, came in tor his mid-day repast. Hs appeared to be out of kilter from Indulgence In liquor, and was Irritated when hs found thst nertla had not provided a glass of water at his place. Words followed, (and In the heat of argument, bom arots ana dsshed tor ths pisna upon which a re volver lay. Gertie got there first and In the scuffls that ensued the shots were fired. . t a Hihrr colored women. Beatrice Ie and Josephine Lewis, were seated at the table when Murray exhibited nis eis pleasur. and alter the climax 1i ad been reached they held Gertie untU the police arrived. 8hs waa placed in Jail on the charge ef murder, while Murray's body was taken by ths coroner. The Lee snd Lswts women are held in Jail aa stste witnesses. The Mansfield woman aava she shot Murray in aelf defense. Ernest Stuht Body Will Arriye Sunday Ths body of Ernest Stuht, the pioneer Omaha resident who died at Loa Angeles, Is expected to arrive here Sunday even ing at o'clock, and arrangements have beea made to conduct the funeral serv ices Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock at tbe late home. 1X3 South Thirtieth ave Boe. Rev.. J. C. Hnmmoa aad Rev. O. D. Bait sty. former end pi mint pastor, respectively. ef Kountas Memorial church, will officiate, aad Interment will be 'made ta Prospect Hill cemetery- Dr. A. K. 8tuht, axnsmpanted by Ms wife. Is already here to attend the funeral of his fattier, as Is also a daughter. Mrs. O. R Potter, of Shelby. Nee . accom panied by her husband. Clinton R. Stent of (tpokano will also attend the funeral. The body Is being accompanied by the widow and her dauchter. Mra. L. E. Kneale. vf Las Angeles. Mrs. Kneaie'a two daughters are alse members ef tbe funeral party. Fred Stunt, brother of tbe deceased, of Baacroft. Neb, wfll at tend, but Charles Stuht aad Mis Minnie Stunt, brother and easter ef Ernest Stuht. J war anaaie t tenia. Thieves Take Cash 'from Savings Bank1 J. K Englund. 8M Grant street, re ported to the police that hi horn was broken Into by thieve and M in cash taken. Half of this amount was In a rmsll saving bank which was taken by the thieve. Entrance to the place wa4 gained by raising a window on the first floor. Women who bear children and re main healthy are those who prepare their system in advance of baby's coming. Unless the mother sida nature in its pre-natal work the crisis finds her system unequal to the de-. mands made upon it, and she' is often left with weakened health or chronic ' ailments. No remedy is so truly s help to nature as Mother's Friend, snd no expectant mother should fail to use it It relieves the pain sad discomfort caused by the strain on the ligaments, makes pliant and elas tic those fibres and muscle which nature is expanding, prevents numb ness of limbs, and soothes the inflam mation of breast glands. The system being thus prepared by Mother's Friend dispels the tear that the crisis msy not be safely met . Mother's Friend assures a speedy and complete i ceo very for th mother, snd she is to enjoy the left a healthy rearing of her child. Mother's Friend is sold at drag' stores, Write for our free book for expect ant mothers which, contains much Valnxble information, and many sug gestions of a helpful nature. - UUDfTDJD KGilLATOt CO, AaseJe, (A DEE INCREASE YOUR EARN ING P0WEE. Scad Announcement on Page 7 of Newi Section Today.