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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1912.
Lay these prices
alongside ANY other
"ad" in this paper
Compare the offers, the reductions the mercantile ,
attractions; do this in all seriousness and the
"Palace" will get your basiness on Saturday next.
ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT IN THE
ENTIRE "PALACE" STOCK, $15,
$16.50 and $18 values included, Sat., at.
KI NDREDS OP PAIRS OP TROUSERS IS A Hl'RRIED SELL
ING; Ui M kinds go M $2.47. the 93 kinds
at $1.97. fe ftS-SO kinds $1.67- the $3 kinds
a 81.37. while ths 1.80 kinds will go Saturday
OVERALL Men's fist blue bib
kinds, Saturday, at, 39 C
JIKN'S DRESS SHIRTS $1 and
1.2i Unds 49c. 7:-c kinds 2SC
MUX'S FLANNEL HURTS It.M
kinds .. It. s kinds 69 C
MEN'S $1.50 WOOL UNDER- fj
WBAR fcoes at. per garment
MEN'S 73e UNDERSHIRTS, go
Saturday, at per QQf
GLOVES, cotton flannel, with Cm
knit wrists, at per pair WW
SWEATER COATS, men's 11.01
kinds go Saturday, at. QQ.it
8WEATFR COATS, boy's 60o kinds
(a Sat J:-day, at,. 9 C
SWEATER COATS, men's 1200
grades go Saturday, at, 39 G
M BN'S SI L.K HOSti ' 0c kinds. go
Saturday at, per . 25C
MEN'S lVo Hose! all colors C p
go Saturday at, pair
BRIGHTON GARTERS, standard
make, Saturday, at, Aa
COR J4 & DOUGLAS
The Council Bluffs Office of
The Omaha Bee is at IS
Scott Street, Telephone 43.
. Dart, drugs.
Vlclrula. 115. A. Hospe Co.
H. Borwlck for wall paper.
VI oouring Undertaking Co. Tel. 3s.
Corrigana, undertakers. 'Phones 143.
Get the habit for Morehouse printing. '
Bee Clocks repaired. 23 Pearl, Dlcksrson.
FAUST BEER AT KOGEJIS' BUFFET.
Lea Is Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone IT.
Have your picture framing done at the
Fauble Art Shop, XB Broadway.
apeclel-Csrnstlons. 60c dos.; violets,
lie bunch. Phone M Lalnoon.
. Bluff City Laundry, Dry Cleaning and
De worka New 'phone No. Silt.
' TO SAVB OR BORROW. BEE CV B.
Mutual Bldg. as Loan Ass'n, 1 Peart.
Council Bluffs chapter No. 441. Order
of the Eastern Star, will meet In regular
session Ibis evening.
Duffy's Malt and anything In wines,
liquor or brandies. Call at Roeenfeld s
family Liquor House.
A. Hospe says sll pianos tsken In ex
change must go; now is the time. Re
lentless price cutting regardless of ths
name or fume of tne instrument. 407
W. Broad way.
HAH HNVDKR 1-OANS MONET on
household gooda, horses, cattle and all
battel securities st a Dig discount of the
usual rates. Office over SM W. Broad
way. An amendment was filed In the district
court yesterdsy to the appllrstlon for a
continuance In the llduw dnmsce suit
Instituted by Charles liorner against Dr.
J. II. Cole
MESH BAGS repaired, rrflnlshed Ilka
new. Repaired, rcplated. rellned at rea
unable cost. All kimie of Jewelry repair
ing. lefferts' Jewelers, au3 Broadway.
Sign of tbs Clocks
Tour winter suit end overcost may
need attention. Don't buy a new one, send
our old one to us, we can make it look
like new. Bluff City Laundry, Dry Clean
ing and Dye Works. New phone No. ait.
Attorneys for the Independent Tele
phone compsny yesterdsy tiled an answer
to the petition In the suit of Dr. Macrae
and fifty other telephone users for a ro
lund of the amount psld for the old
Independent company's telephones after
the absorption ot the local company hjr
the Bell people. The answer is In the
iorm of a general denial.
Mrt. !xla M. Stewart, nged BJ years,
.bed at her home. 1312 Avenue A, yester
day of heart trouble after an Illness
of four months. Mrs. Stewsrt had lived
In Council Bluffs ail ot her life. he
is survived by her husband, f. M.
Stewart, and one son, Marlon, who re
alties st borne. The funeral will be held
Minday afternoon at I o'clock. The
services will be conducted by Rev. '.
Scott of the letter Day Saints church.
Burial will be In W alnut Hill cemetery.
The case of Boren against the street
railway company, which has been on
trial In ths district rurt all week, was
given to the jury at f'tt o'clock last
evening. After deliberation of an hour
or mote, the Jury indicating some diffi
culty in arriving at a verdict. Judge
Thomell gave Instructions to return a
sealed verdict if a decision waa reached
later In the night. None waa reached at
ls:. Boren was injured when he stepped
in frout of a street car at Thirty-first
rtreet slid Avenue A wnile hurrying away
iruni the car upon which he had ridden
to his work. He did not observe the
approach of a car from the opposite
Erection ss he pasted behind the car
from wh'rh he huu alighted, lie sued
for '. damages.
A merry wsr is on for the democratic
nomlnslion In the Fourth. Frank Bee be.
the present democratic member from that
ward, and i'aas Morrison are after the
nomination. Both men contested for the
tame place two years ago and Bee be won
out. later being elected. Both are well
known in the ward and both are making
a red bot campaign. Beebe Is pinning
lus faith, in a measure, te his record in
office the last two years, which he says
was a business one and produces figures
and data to prove It. Beebe Is one of the
faithful who stood with Mayor Ma loner
on all the big matters of oeneflt to the
tty that marked the present adminis
tration. Furthermore, ha offers his
liKures as chairman of the committee on
tvidacs end city property as proof that
the appropriation for that committee was
disbursed In a businesslike manner. I'p
to January 1. after paying all obiuratlona.
Including the cost of the Eighth street
and Benton street bridges, la Itself an
Item of nearly there still remained
In the fund the sum ot fC.s4i.hX January,
FVbruary and March are -ret to be
figured bat ths fund has beea so well
tskeo csre of that the substantial bal
ance will be In evidence at the end of
the fiscal year. Rehrrt M. Cote is the
only republican aspirant in this ward
and will have to contest with either
Heebe or Morrison for the election.
JUROR RESm?S IN OMAHA
IT. B. " ChritmaJi : Found to Have
Lived Tear Aoroii Eiver.
VITIATES THREE BTDICIXENTS
Jsdge Tkorarll Will Take Matter
Vader Consideration This. Mora,
lag aad Probably Will tall
Saw Clraad Jury.
The Interesting discovery was mads
yesterdsy lhat N. B. Chrtsman, a mem
ber of the ml district court grand Jury,
la living In Omaha, end has not been a
resident ot Iowa for a year, and that
as a consequence all of the work dons
by the grand Jury since January 1 Is
Invalid. Fortunately, however, this haa
not been of an extensive character, and
relates to but four Indlctrheats returned
at ths beginning of the present. January
term ot court Another Interesting fact
connected with It la lhat one of tbs
Indicted men. who pleaded guilty and'
was sentenced at the beginning ot the
term, finished his Jail sentence yester
day, whan ha might have got out of Jail
any tuna If he had known ha was Illegally
For many years Chrtsman has been a
resident of Neala township and has been
several times drawn on Juries. lis still
owns property there and haa frequently
appeared at tbs county court In relation
te his business a ft sirs without thinking
It necessary to reveal that last winter
ha moved his housshold effects and his
family, where bs haa since resided. His
name had been placed ju the eligible Jury
llsta at ths last election two years, and
when the grand Jury waa drawn In De
cember for ml Chiisman'a name hap
pened to corns out of the bos, and he
thus became a Juror tor a year. Notifica
tion of thla fact was aent to him by mall
at the old Naola address and was ac
knowledged when he reported for duty
at the beginning of the January term.
The letter had been forwarded to his
Omaha address. He did not think It
made any difference and neglened to
say anything about change of residence.
The matter will be put up to Judge
Tbornell thla morning when the grand
Jury returns to resume Its work. It is
probable that the whole panel will be
dismissed and a new jury drawn. Three
of the men Indicted were to have been
tried within a few days. The Indictments
against them will have to be dismissed
end new ones returned. They are George
Dimmltt, charged with the theft of KIM
from Robert T. Fair on December 7;
O. 8. Cook, indicted for forging an order
for R worth of clothing secured from
Jos W. Smith Co.. and Earl De Shir
ley, for wits desertion en his wedding
day, July 24 last The jurors have dona
considerable work during the present
week upon several easaa of greater Im
portance, which will have to be gon over
Observed by Women
in Elaborate Way
Daughters of the American Revolution
with enough of their friends to make a
brilliant company of nearly lot, celebrated
Washington's birthday anniversary at the
Orand hotel last night with a reception
and banquet In many respects the most
brilliant that has been given by the local
organisation. The central figure at the
head of the banquet tables wss General
Qrenvtlle M. Dodge, and It was quite
fitting that his daughter. Mrs. Mont
gomery, should preside as toaetralatress.
The ground floor cafe where the ban
quet was held was tastefully decorated
with the silken flags and many of the rich
historic treasurers that are In possession
of the local organisation of the daughters.
The principal musical selections through
out the evening were the harp solos of
Mlsa BTra-rr-i ef Omaha.
Toasts were responded te by Mrs.
Robert Johnaon et Humboldt la: Judge
Edgar H. Scott of Omaha and General
Hard Wood. rick.,
J. STEIN COAL & ICE CO.
Mrs. Johnson told In beautiful language
the woman conception of the character
of Washington, and naturally ths Meal
was not In the military genius be die
, played, but In the finer qualities of heart
land soul. -
Far the bast wines, liquors, braadlea
! and beer call at RoseanVM'a fa rally liquor
! house, si south Main St- Importers of
1 wines, liquors, ales aad stouts.
IASR1NGT0NWAS A LEADER;
Judge Ben S. Baker Talks About!
Him at Polish Hall.
LETTER REFUSED THIRD TERM
Uoeiarsl Praised as Use et Greatest
ef Papers Left by Great Amer
icans Hiae aad Cess. ,
Nearly SO members and friends ot the
Voung Men's Progressive club of Sheely
heard a study of the lite ot Oeurge
Washington by Judge Ben 8. Baker.
candidate for the republican nomina
tion for congressman; an explanation of
the commission plsn ot city govern
ment by City Attorney John A Rlne: and
brief addresses by Councllmen M. F.
Funkhousrr and Fred Schroedcr and
Anton Inda In Polish hall Isst night.
Frequent selections by Hie Polish or
chestra added more lest to the meeting.
Judge Baker urged hla hearers to
emulation of George Washington, whose
birthday anniversary was being observed,
and said that only through following
the example of hard work set by the
first president csn success be attained.
He told the story of Washlngton'a early
struggles after he was orphaned and
ot his climbing te fame: how at D he
was a major leading the warfare against
the Indians: how at :i he waa colonel
in charge of the military forces of Vir
ginia, his native state; how' he led the
tight of the colonies against oppression
by the mother country: snd how without
a dissenting voire he was elected and
re-elected president. Then he told how
a third term would have been pressed
upon hlni had he not steadfastly re
fused, not being ambitious, not desir
ing to become the monarch of the peo
ple who loved him, believing It out of
harmony with the spirit of America for
one man' to serve mors than two terms
as president. Ha praised Washington's
letter refusing a third term aa one of
the greatest and most beautiful writ
ings In the world's history and urged
Its reading by all.
Principle ef Liberty.
Judge Baker spoke of the principles
of liberty for which Washington strug
gled and urged his hearers to take ad
vantage of the opportunities offered by
this country of liberty and freedom by
following the footsteps of Washington
aa to hard work. Here, he said, the
rights of all are equal and every man
has an opportunity; but ths only way
It ran be successfully embraced is by
hard work. He aald he thinks more
of the poor boy who hss manhood and
brain and muscle then of the rich boy
who has only his fsthcr's purse and there
is more manhood In the poor or middle
class foreigners who come to America
to find freedom and equal rights than
in those who are of whst la called "royal
Judge Baker mentioned his own strug
gles from boyhood, when he went to
school and college, doing chores for
his board and later renting a room and
living on S3 a week. There were a good
many chorea, he said, but there was
considerable board, too, so It wss all
Bine en Ceeaealasloa Form.
Mr, Kine briefly but clearly explained
the workings of ths commission plan
as adopted by Omaha, going Into the
methods of electing commissioners, the
methods by which, they will conduct
affairs of the city, the workings ef tbs
referendum and the recall. He. de
clared the plan an Improvement over
ty present system In that It will secure
more efficient government, but held that,
after all. whether the government is
good or bsd will depend upon whether
good men or bad men are elected. He
ssld he hoped the plsn In a few years
will result In the establishment of
neighborhood parks. Improvement of
parks and boulevards, establishment of
comfort atatlons, and more equitable
distribution of publlo Improvements.
Councllmen Funkhouser and Schroeder
spoke but briefly. They commented upon
the organisation ot the club and eralsad
it for Its work.
Mr. Inda commended what had been
aid by the other speakers, mentioned
the fact that Judge Baker Is a candldats
for congress, and urged all to remember
him when voting.
DIGGING UP SOME OLD BONES
Vale Expedition Flada Resaaaats el
Aacleata la Peravlan Graveyards.
The report of the Tale expedition to
Peru, as made by Dr. Hadley, waa in
part as follows:
"Human bones were found by Prof.
Bingham near Cusco embedded under
seventy-five feet of gravel, Interstrattftrd
with the gravel beds, and with the bones
of several lower animals. They were
later excavated by him and Prof. Ilow.
msn In the presence of Prof. Foote, who
photographed the bones In position, frof.
Bowman made a detailed study of the
geology of the surrounding region, and,
concludea In his preliminary report that
the gravel beds belong to the Pleistocene
series and that the bones were deposited
during a period of pronounced aliuvla-
"Dr. George F. Eaton, curator of osteol
ogy In the Pea body museum, to whom the
bones have been submitted, finds that
there are fragments of eight bones be
longing to at bast three human Individ
uals, one of whom we may reasonsbly
suppose to have been a remarkably thick
set and powerful man about five fet four
Inches in height'
"Among the more Important archaeolog
ical discoveries made by Prof. Bingham
are Ilia ruins of a number of Inca or pre-
inca cities, including:
"Macchue PVhu. a city probably built
by the megallthlc race,' who preceded the
Ineaa. The ruins are on an almost Inac
cessible ridge. J.000 feet above the L'rum
bama river. They are of great beauty
and magnificence and Include palace,
baths, temples and, about lit bouses. Care
fully cut Works of white granite, some
of them twelve feet long, were nsed in
the construction of the walls. A map of
the city was made by Messrs. Tucker and
The Temple of Yurmcramlu, the center
of the Inca religious cult after the fan of
Cusco, containing a carved monolith IS
feet In circumference.
"Vltcos, the palace and capital ef
Manoo Capua c, the last Inca. probably
built after his retreat from before Plzar
ro'a conquering army.
"Yuepampa. a purely Inca town,
new completely buried In the dense Jun
gle ef tbs Rio Pamparonaa. but contain
ing characteristic Ima pottery 'and
"A number of other primitive towns la
the coastal desert provinces, two of which
were marked by volcanic boulders cov
ered with Dictographs, Including draw
ings of Jaguars, I tunas and dancing
men." New Turk World
Most Remarkable Value-Giving Event
In Omaha's Retailing History
Swings Into Its Last Pays of Success
Dresser, extra else
base, two large
and two small
d r a w er a wood
drawer pulls, ex
tra else French
bevel plate mirror.
Solid Oak Chii
ly finished gold
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gains, ?.60 val
all steel Bed. five
heavy fillers, all
sixes snd all fin
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All Felt Mat
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grade felt cover
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ticking, full 45
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2 - Inch posts, B
massive f 1 1 lers
aad Is guaran
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Mattress made of
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built layer upon
layer and cover
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full 46 pounds.
The spring la
made with all
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rows steel heli
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3 00 Dining Chair Parlor Suite
oak, leather seat
diner, extra else,
built ot highest
oak, hand pol
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All Brass Bed, 2-inch
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With top, bins,
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Oe Idea oak or
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111 value, aow
solid oak, ma
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Talus, special at.
glass ends, ad
121 value ,
M a g n ificent I
parlor suites, ele
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40 vJue, at
Velvet Rug, Ori
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made of best ma
129.60 value, a'.
High grade solid
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Dining Chair, up
12.60 value, at
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French piste mir
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ATTRACTION 1.1 OJJAII.k.
Asssrleaat The moss ef the Maacao."
Boyd i "Carmen."
Braadetsi "Ths Jolly Masse tear."
Xr-f i Barlesqoe.
Matinees today at the Creyety, Crag
aae Orp Senna theaters.
"Madame netterfly" at the Boy.
A grand opera In two ads by Puccini;
presented by the l-ambardl Grand Opera
Madame Butterfly tcno-cho-Sani.....
Susuklher maid Adalgisa Ulana
pinkerton, a lieutenant In Jhe United
mates navy mon.
v.... . .. i . U. .i.l.i f'h&rletMitl
SUarpless. I oiled li'tatea consul at
Nsaaaakl Angelo Antola
Goro. a marriage broker Arlstlde Nerl
Prince Yamadoro metro n
Yakuside R- Marchaslnl
The Imperial commissioner
Ths House. Cho-Cho-Ssn's uncle...... j
n.r,, t k urtMt audience of the week.
Puccini's most popular opera, "Madame
Butterfly, was aung last nignt at tne
Boyd by artlata of the Lsmnaini opera
eosnpesy. a east which tiieiuded Ms.
Alvlna. Mme. Olana, Hlgnor Salasar and
iniais. It waa most excellently
done aa to orchestration, for Rlgnor
Guerrleri wss the stlmuisting ir.nueuce
m-s wrnueht wonderfully sweet ana
true playing, ceasing ths exsct quality to
be Imparted to Puccini s music, in inn
role of Cho-Cho-San. Mme. Alvlna rose
to the heights of great success., vocauy
and hlatrlonlcaily. Others of the prin
cipals were not es Impressive aa one
wished, though Mme. Olana waa in gooo
voice and gave a true impersonation of
the maid. Blgnor Balassr. unfortunate
In lacking dramatic powers, sang well the
small role of Plnkerton. ,
The two brilliant features which re
main vivtdtv In one's mind, however, are
the playing of the score by the orchestra
and the dramatic singing ot atme. aiviiu.
t uu,iM Rutterflr" there is abun
dance of color, melody snd atmosphere.
These give eloquence to tne orcneiri
score snd when the men In the pit are
conducted by a man with the resources
and power of Blgnor Guerrleri they glvs
to the muaie a delightful rendering that
cannot be missed by tboae who are In
the least mteewsted In the beautiful opera.
Ouerriert caught every thread of the
polyphonic web and gently lengthened It
out Into tones that caressed the ear and
touched It with a feeling of the brilliant
...... r the n-.u!e The touch of
and kept the whole opera up to the trueet
point of wrenching emotions, sure empnt
sis and dear contrasts. In the opening
act, wha Cbo-Cho-Han learnea tinser
. m . . in leave, the music enoke the
passing sorrow and fear of the bride, and
then quickly it Indicated the pawing or
the shadow and the coming ot Joy In
thought of an, early return or nswaa.on.
In the second act the orchestra spoke the
delight ot the little women whs soon ex
pected to see her returning American;
it rose an 1 commanded BusuM te leave
the room, and semed more potent In driv
ing the maid away than did the light
hands of Cho-Cho-San, Then It east a
pathetle shsdow ef the storm that was
about to break upon the heed ef the Utile
women and finally gave to the sorrowful
closing of the opere alt the sombre that
the tragedy demanded.
Mme. Alvlna s important part In ths
opera was aa artletle suooess. She eang
with feeling, sensuous richness and clear
ness. Khe was delightfully appealing In
her acting of the unfortunate little
woman. The bride a dismay In the first
set et the moment the monk cursed her
for marrying a foreigner waa reflected
from every feature of Alrtna's face. la
the opening part ef 'Ma act Mme.
Alvtna'a Cho-t'ho-Baa w-e a winsome,
loving child. Khe showed every trace of
Innocence and timid Iota. To ch action
she gave a. subtle touch, as when she
wiped a tear away several seconds after
shs seemingly was dene weeping ever
the departure of Plnkerton.
In tbs second set she gsve force te
rx'iltant Joys; revested truly the tender
snd longing love for Plnkerton and
deeoty portrayed the effect Ions of the
mother. Rhe rose te greatest heights In
expr-sslng ths tragedy, and brought her
acting to a splendid triumph when she
crawled out from the screen te die. after
her Relief In the return of Plnkerton
had been turned into despair by truth
and she hsd plunged the dsgger to her
heart. All through the ecstatic and
tragic moments her beautiful singing had
ss much Intensity and realism aa her
Tonight "Carmen" will be sung.
tlddlsa r la vers at Brandela.
Two packed houses asw Mme. Reguie
Prager and her company ef Jewish
players In two exceedingly well presented
Jewish dramas, at the Brsndeis yesterday.
In the afternoon "The Oath By the Sefer
Torah" waa given te en appreciative
asdienre, end la the evening the offering
was "The rlhop Oirl."
Both plays were typical of Jewish life
la large citlee and were given entirely In
a Tlddlsh jargon, consisting of Oermaa
.d tt-heew which waa eaallr under
stood. The audiences were made up of
Jewish people te s great extent ana tness
relished the plays greatly, snd were
generous with their applause.
"The Oath By the lefer Torah" Is a
four-act drama by N, Rackov aad ths
"hop Oh-I," a drama from the pen of
Rudolph Mark. The welcome end ap
preciation that was accorded the Jewish
players hss caused the announcement
that Mme. Prager wui appear here again
Laval Metes ml the Stage.
At the Brandela this evenlrs; the Ak-8ar-Ben
company will present the first
public performance of "The Jolly Mnake
teera," the musical comedy ao long la
preparation. The cast of principals In
cludes ths beet and bravest ot the king's
knlahts snd the fairest ot the sweet
singers among the ladles of the realm,
while In the chorus will be found only
those who are worthy of the plaee. The
sale of bnxea and seats Indicates H will
bs a most popular success.
Three mor performances ef "The Roes
of the Kane ho'' will be given at the
American, the run of Ibis success con
eluding with Rsturdsy night. For tha
coming wek "The Heart of Maryland''
Is being prepared. Miss lang to play
the role of Maryland Calvert.
With the biggest sale In the history
of ths Brandets theater tn point the wav
It looks ss If 'The Pink Lady" la In
for a wonderful week at that playhoess
when It opens there Sunday night for a
stsy of seven nlsnts and two matinees
on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
Ti ers Is lib longer any question ss to
the tsms of "Ths Fink Lsdy" having
reached here. Ttte demand for seat
reservations yesterday fully aettled this,
hlaw at bMeng.tr will present the piece
here upon the ssme seals thst marks all '
of their contributions to the American
atage. Ths company numbers ninety
people and there will be a special orches
tra of thirty musicians te Bring out the
full charm of the score.
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A. fern, of Waldo, Ohio, writes:-" I
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considered ol no importance. Hug uric acid causes an inflamed snd irritated
condition ed" the blood, and the circulation instead of nourishing the diflerent
portions of the body, continually deposits into the nerves, muscles, tisanes
and joints, the irritating, rn-produdng acid with which it ia filled. Rheu
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