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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912.
Girls $43i, $5L' lb? Wool Dresses
1T find that even after a season'! steady selling there still
remain quite a number of girls' pretty wool 'dresses of serges, Pana
ma and mohairs In colors of red, ui.j, Copenhagen, brown and
Rather than pack them away we hays priced them so irresistibly
low that tomorrow will find a happy new owner for every one of
These dresses will be serviceable for school or play for several
months before warm, weather. Bargains Ilka these are rare and ws
urge an early Inspection Sites 3 to 14 years.
11.10, 15. $0 and M.SO dresses, your choice
tit WDM nonn
1518-20 FA&NAM STRUT
(CoattiiMd from Fin Pace.)
THRESHERMEN FIGHT SUITS
State Association Fays laird Ex
pense U Certain Damaft Cases.
JUDGES A5D CU1VEETS BREAK
CUr CmhII laatrweta Preweeatles
f Theee OaiMy mmmrr Btec
lea Free. .ilatble
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
DEI MOINES. March H.-Ppeelal Tele-gras.)--Tb
attendance at the special
eoovantio el Iowa thresbrmen her was
large and all tb reports of office ri lndt
cats last th association Is growlng
At the session today" there was a vet
a a resolution t astuin one-third of
th expense where memhers of th se
eodatlea became defendaata to soils for
eanages la moving threshing ataohlasry
ova, bridges, culverts, blshwsrs and
ether publhl property. Th rwsolBtleB, In
the shape of an article, waa snssrtsd tnte
the bylaws f th assnetaUoa hy a rising
vet, t which there wa n enpeelUen.
President I. N. sneoh f West Fstat
wa TMleM In his address be de
clared that threugh the state organisation
ike threjhrmwa were sscorrng the reeag
ntrhrn t whteh they are estltled.
Tonight Ueatensnt Owveraer Clark
poke t th assoeJatlea M Imitation,
outlining th legislation that has been
enacted favorable to th throshermen.
eepeeletlr la the matter of good roaUs,
the bridge and Indicating what mlSjU
be sxpeclsd la the future.
T Pssssaf Fraada,
follewlng the Inrestlgatlon' and ssetir
tag of tvldene ef election frauds prae
Used la on preoinst In th primary elsc
tloa en Monday the arrest and proeeou
tlon ef the guilty are expected In- a few
days. The cur council today Instructed
City Attorney R. 0. Brennan and Cer
peratloa Cottasei II. W. Hyars to assist
re police In tit prosecution. It te de
clared that the great, pari of the Bt
' HOW TO SUCCEED
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During the last law years, eondltlons
In all lines of business, even profassieaal
life, have changed ea completely that
every man la waking up to the fact that
la order te win sucoms he must specialise
aad laara te da seme ene thing and do
8 It Is with any article that Is sold to
th people. It must hare graulne merit
or a amount ef advertising will main
taia the dessaad for the article.
Far many years we have watohed with
much. Interest,- the remarkable record
Maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great Kidney, Liver aad Bladder
Remedy. From the very beginning the
proprietors had a much oanftdeace la It
that they lavtted every eae te test It,
tree ef eost before purchasing.
. It la a physleiaa's prescription.
They have ea file thoassoda ef letters
received from (orser sufferers who are
bow eajoyiag good health aa a result of
However, if you wish first-to try a
sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer at Co..
Blnghemton. N. T., and mention this
1 paper. They will gladly forward you a
sampw battle by mall, absolutely free.
Regular ansa for sale at all druggtsts
, fifty eeata aad so dollar.
I CHURLS WANfil
THREE T1AES A DAT
' Omaha children want "lilanesota"
; msearoal aad spaghetti three times a
tear. They are delighted with Its dell
1 otoua, aut-Rke flavor, and Omaha ladle
I Had there la nothing better for them,
i People ar Just beginning to realise
that good macaroni and spaghetti are
i the best aad most nourishing foods aad
.they will take the place of meet eery
largely. They are easily prepared and
a one ever tires ef them, beraase they
: east be served la s many appetising
But If you waat that rich, aut-llk
! flavor be sure aad get th delicious
"at bi Basils" brand aiacaroal or apa-
ghettt-mada from the finest Northern
J boras wheat, with all the nourishing
, Olutea left la. It Is easily digested and
sever gets soggy. All good Omaha gro
cer aeU It.
rotes Cast at the pooling place In this
(redact, which was at the municipal
building waa fraudulently done.
Swrea rarer geld.
Announcement waa made today of the
sale of the Register and farmer, a semi
monthly farm paper, to a syndicate com
posed of M. II. Cohen, C H. Rosenbaum
and F. D. Bunnell. For the present
Howard Whitney will continue as editor.
Mathla Cllvea lime.
Judge W. 8. Withrow this moraing
gave attoraeys for Supanrlaor J. H.
Malhls aatll aext Thursday to prepare
a defease to the charges contained la the
ouster proceedings brought against aim
sneer the Cossoa law by the attorney
general. At that ttrae the trial will begin.
Inability te name the president ef the
United States, the governor of th state
or the day of the month doe act Inal-
oate mental Incompetency, according I
a dedetoa today of the state supreme
John MoCulley. an eld bachelor, gave
(wa deed during bis, lifetime to the
United Presbytertaa church at Wlnfleld
ror T acres f land. Hll collateral heirs
sought te set tbe deede aside en the
ground that the eld men was mentally
They offered aa proof that ha could not
name tbe president of th United its tea,
the governor of the state or the day of
the month. But the evidence shewed
that he knew bis age and eeuld remember
the personal eevnts of bis life.
Justice Evans wrote the opinion which
reversed the district court and gave the
church the property. The lower court
held th eld man Insane.
Rock Island Train
Hits Men in Auto
(From a Staff Correspondent.
DBS MO INKS, la., March tl-lipeolaJ
Telegram.) An automobile with four oc
cupants waa struck by a Rock Island
train at Seat First and Vine streets this
evening and the mm were badly-Injured
and the Mr demolished. , r.i J-.i,
Thoss Injured weret
'W. H. Thompson, manlier ,f the Das
Moines Electrlo Light company.
Oeorga Peters, foreman of the company.
K. K. Lask and C. W, Place, at th
Oeneral Electrlo company ef Chicago.
Thompson waa badly bruised. He rec
ently cam here from Dubuque to be
come manager ef th company and was
elected member of the Greater Dea
At Fountains & Elsewhere
r Ask for
Till Orfrtoal an. finafna
Tki FuJ-drlnk fir All I'll.
At wdMirsnts, botes, and fotartain.
DeJocus, arvigjaranng and sustaining,
Kff son your sideboard st heme.
Doa't travel wkJjout (L
A tairA kack prepared in a miatrr.
Ttkeaenmiatjea. Jsrf ssy-EOEinV
Rot In Any Milk Trust
CGI'T EET RUN DOWN .
,l,Ji Iml una alt .,. aw a sua.
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WARM CONTEST IN ALLIANCE
Salewa Sjaeatlea Will Be aa leeai
at tbe SearthaxMalBB MeBtctpel
ALLIANCE, Neb., March U. (Special.)
The dty political situation, which has
not hitherto created much interest, now
bids fair to be one of the most Inter
esting campaign in the city's history, In
asmuch as a petition was filed yesterday
signed by ever forty freeholders asking
that the question of saloons be put to a
direct vote of th people at the forth
coming election la socordancs with tbe
The saloon section will be aa Issue Ir
respective ef the vlewe or policies ef the
On ef th tickets new cut Is known
aa tbe eltlaans ticket, which la receiving
wide support. Th candidates en this
ticket an: For mayor. W. O. Barnes;
council maa First ward. Oeorgo IX Moll
ring: councilman Second ward. John
Snoddy; dty clerk. Jay D. Emertok (for
re-election); cay treasurer, Percy Cogs
well. la addition te this there la an entire
socialist ticket, which semes somewhat
as a surprise, owing to tbe fact that tor
years net over four socialist votes were
polled In this county, for the last two
months, however, the socialist movement
has gained a large number of adherents
la this city, with well attended meetings
every rridar Bight, and. according to the
leader of thla movement, there are ever
Wit carrying membership of the elub au
present, with mere Joining at every
Tue socialist ticket la aa follows: For
mayor, F. D. McCormick; councilman
Second ward. Ed EMred; councilman
First ward. I. W. Herman; city clerk,
Leonard FiUtingten dty . treasurer,
Attorney B. F. Oilman accompanied by
P. 8. Olaen left for Lincoln today to
appear Before the governor and advisory
board of pardona la aa effort te have the
sentence of Oliver B. oleea commuted.
'I he tatter was sentsnced In IMS te twenty
years for murder. It was not considered
at the time, however, that be waa en-
, Urely to blame for the crime, bat rather
! that be waa being used aa a eatspaw.
! Hie reoord aa a convict ha been exem
plary, and his aged father earnestly hope
that he will he able to affect a
mutatloa of the sentence.
W. F. Patterson, living about tea miles
north of the city, fumtabe Interesting
figure regarding his sunrise la chicken
farming during IS1L Starting with Nu
hens, a total ef ta doasa essa
marketed here at an average price of SO
cents per doaea and from th egga not
marketed II chickens were raised.
Robert Houser and Alfred Lesaa were
arrested here yesterdsy for disorderly
conduct and arraigned before Police
Judge Zurn, who Imposed a Una ef SI
each and mote. Both being without
money, they were sentenced to eta days
ta tbe city Jail. It new dev elope that
they are both deserters from the United
State army, and ea the expiration of
their sentence they will be taken to Fort
Rebtnsoa and toraed vr to th military
of the sales was UXB.00K and the net
profits CMS.es. In me the number of
societies waa slightly In excess of S.SM,
with a membership of 2.TO.009- Tbe value
of sales was 1U.CH. 0M and the net
profits were lS.ie.eM.
Mere Ce-Operatlve Sertetlee Permed.
It is noted that the Increased registra
tion of co-operative societies In recent
yeara la probably due to the impetus
given to the organisation of co-operative
agricultural societies through the parent
agrlctiltural organization eoclety. . . The
co-operative agricultural societies
aided by tbe parent society in negotiation
with railway companies, government de
partments and business house. They
ar organised la much the same manner
as distributive societies. , Supplies of all
kinds are purchased Jointly at wholesale.
Farm produce Is graded and distributed
through means of depots maintained In
neighboring towns and through selling
agents. Markets are visited by agents
who Inform the members aa to the qual
ity and price of produce.
The Co-Operatlve Union, located at
Manchester, baa contributed greatly to
the formation and growth ef co-operative
societies generally. The objects of tbe
anion are a diffusion of Information In
regard to th movement and the as
sistance ef Individual societies. It main
tains committees ea education. Joint prop
aganda, legislation, exhibitions, trades
unionism, credit training and legal de
Tbe development of co-prtlon in th
United Kingdom is continuing st a fair
rate, although pot so rapidly as In
ths earlier yeara. The growth thus far
has been confined to the wage labor! rig
as. A study of the movement by
localities shows that co-operation baa
flourished mainly la tbe Industrial and
manufacturing districts Aa example of
the growth a flndlvtdual societies and the
meaner In which their activities have
expanded is found in the account given
f s rs-cperattv society located at Leeds
Which waa founded In ISO for the pri
mary purpose ef securing cheeper flour.
British co-operation la affiliated with
th International Co-Operative Alliance,
which comprises the leading co-operative
ergaalsauona In the continental countries
ef Europe, and holds International con
Retail Opssas Ce-Operatta.
Opposition en the part of non-co-opera-atlve
tradesmen Is sow decidedly less in
tense than In tbe earlier stages of the
movement, the consular officers report, I
but a widespread antagonism still exists
among British shopkeepers end criticism
is constant and searching. The claim Is
made by opposing Interests that co-operative
trading cannot compete with legit
imate retail trading and la support of
this contention figures srs given of gro
cers' prices snd of co-operative society
prices ef various food products la which
the grocers' figures are less than those
of the co-operative eocletlee. It la noted
In reference to crttlrlam of this char
acter that the co-operative societies do
not undertake to sell st lower than cur
rent prices, their aim being to give th
purcbassr th benefit clslmed for co
operative purchasers by returning It In
the form of dividend. The estimate Is
made that for tbe United Kingdom as s
whole the dividends would average not far
from S per cent of the purchase price
paid by tba co-operative purchasers. The
critics of the co-operative movement al
lege that thsee dividends srs obtained
by sacrificing ths purity and excellence
nf the merchandloe furnished or by an
actual raising of prices to compensate
for the amount u the dividends. The
majority of the consular reports seem
to Infer that the dividends paid by pur
chasing members do measure roughly a
real reduction in the prices of the com
As analysis of the reports of the con
sular officer on co-operative societies
and similar assoc Is lions In the United
Kingdom was mad by th Bureau of
Trade Relations of the Department of
Slate and la transmitted with the full
text of the reports. This reviews the
movement aa a whole and gives many In
teresting detail Among ether activities,
many of the socletWvndertake to insure
either their co-operative property or the
property or lives ef their members against '
various contingencies. In other huts noes
they simply act as agents for established
Insurance organisations. Some organi
sations bsvs a plan whereby members
ar Insured automatically to the amount
of their average annual purchasea dur
ing the three year preceding death, thus
setting up an additional income Induce
ment for trading at the eocletlee' stores.
A reserve fund Is maintained by nearly
all Ihe societies, Tha fund Is provided
for by the segregation of a low per
centage of the surplus profits which may
Ura, Mae Martya. the prominent au
thority ea beauty topics, says:
"At present beaut? seekers are perhaps
most concerned about their hair. In
creasing baldness among women, pre
ceded by thinning locks aad falling hair,
is largely responsible for this unusual In
terest. The biggest mistake so many wo
men make Is In washing their hair with
soap, the alkali in which duila and streaks
tbe hair, making it coarse and brittle.
-To shampoo properly nee a teespoon
ful of canthrox dissolved In a cup of hot
water. This mixture will cleanse the
scalp perfectly of dirt and dandruff and
leave the hair lustrous, fluffy and easy
to do up. It makes the hsir dry quickly,
evenly and simplifies shampooing greatly.
Canthrox cannot be recommended too
highly for putting the hair and scalp la
a healthy condition and keeping It so."
Now York Expresc-Adv.
be drawn upon in emergencies at tbe dis
cretion of the directors. . Most societies
provide Instruction In accountancy, th
principles of co-operation, economics
with reference to betterment problems.
Industrial history, administrative science
ar cognate subjects. Lecture snd
other entertainmenta are frequently pro-
vtoea and circulating libraries and read
ng room are maintained.. Many of
the associations provide an annual out
ing tor their members. These outings
are paid for out of the reserve fund.
Doe-tee Par reanhdea.
Vartoua co-operative societies hare ar
rangements Hh doctors, dentists snd
artisans by which members occurs divi
dend checks when patronising them. In
other words, a commission is allowed to
the societies with whom the arrange
menu are nude la consideration of the
Many co-operators are members of
labor unions and there has been a poi-
siMiity that the tare movements would
to eoms extent coalesce. Up to the
Present time, however, although the Co
operative union, has a committee on mbor
unlonla and tha two movemenle send
reprseentetlves to each otbefe conven
tions there hs been ne active aid or
official co-operation between them.
A Women's Co-Operatlve Guild organises
the women members of Cooperative so
cieties for social and similar purposes.
it has a represents the on the educa
tional committee of the Co-Operatlve
Various weekly and monthly publica
tions are supported by the co-opentlve so
cleUee. aad there are also local society
records published with circulations rang
ing from LeW upward. The circulation
of most of the general publications varies
from 13. dot to SOW. but there
with subscribers. The publication
of largest circulation, however, has
nearly 40U.SQ9 subscribers snd is the organ
of sue societies. It Is Issued by most of
them aa their own record, with from 1
to :s pages printed especially for them
selves; Ctabe Set Wbelesat Betes.
A number of the consular reports de
scribe the semi -private co-operation con
cerns which are patterned to a greater
or less degree after the Rochdale and
allied ayatsfna. The most Important of
these is the Civil Service Supply asso
ciation, which originated among em
ployes of the PostofCIc department
who clubbed together to secure who'e-
asle rates on the more common house
hold supplies. The experiment was an
Immediate success and other governmental
employee Joined th movement The
Ctrl! Service Supply association estab
lished the first department stores In
London which sflor many yeara were
opened to the general public Its
now approximate SM.0SO.OM annually. Mo
dividends ar paid. Th army and navy
stores srs operated on th nam gen
eral lines aa th Civil Service Supply
t isor lotion.
Consumers' coal associations have re
cently succeeded In a number of British
cities. A representative organisation of
this type in London operates by secur
ing competlttive tenders from leading
collieries each summer snd. when prices
have thua been ascertained, furnishing
order blanks to members upon which ths
latter contract for the next winter's
supply. The amounts of these orders
ar totaled and arrangements are con
cluded with the successful bidders. Tbe
coal is delivered and paid for from time
to time during the following winter upon
t-rdera from the "purchasing member.
Each member Is liable only for the
amount of his contract order. Member
ship is secured by purrheatng a share
of th concern's stock at St or by taking
a life ticket at USi. The saving of coal
has varied recently from te cents to SLSS
per ton, according to the grade and other
FULLERTON TEAM WINS
DEBATE AT HOOPER
FULLEBTOX. Neb.. March ll-(Spe-
ciaL) The Fullerton High school debat
ing team defeated the Hooper High
school team In a debate at Hooper on
"The Closed Shop Question.' Hooper
maintained tbe affirmative and Fuller-
ton tha negative. The Judges were Prof.
Persinger of the history department of
the University of Nebraska. Superinten
dent Graham of tbe South Omaha schools
and Prof. Ray of Fremont Normal. The
decision on Fullerton waa unanimous.
Those representing the Fullerton school
were Francis Robinson, Max McMillan
and Albert Bryson. Upon the return of
the winning team, accompanied .by Su
perintendent Watson. ' a reception was
given them by the high school snd the
District Cewrt at Aabara.
A17BCBJ. Nebs March U.-tSpeclal.)-
The regular spring term of the district
court convened yesterday afternoon with
Hon. John B. Raper. Judge, presiding.
Both grand and petit Jury was called tor
the term. On account of th blocked con
dition of the roads and the difficulty of
summoning and attendance of witnesses
the petit jury was excused until next
Monday. The grand Jury was organised
and F. L. Woodward of Nemaha was
appointed foreman. It seems to b the
general opinion that there la Utile work
for Ihe grand jury. Several rases were
assigned for trial next week.
Dry Ticket Named at Geneva.
GENEVA. Neb, March ll.-(6pecial.)-The
antl-ssjoon people placed the follow
ing ticket in nomination last night:
Mayor, William Aldrup: clerk. E. L.
Cumberland; treasurer, W. T. Thomas
police Judge. T. T. Hill; eouncllmen, J.
rL Morgan. O. H. Bumgardner, R. Q.
Phillips; board of education, J, H. Eager
and Henry Muhlenberg,
COLDS CAUSE llaiADACHE.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world
wiae void ana unp remedy, rvmavaa
eauee. Call for full name. Look tor
eeiurs, a. tt . unuvsj. sic .
No young woman, ta tha Jor Vt
coming motherhood, ghoo.14 neglect
to prspar her system for tba physi
cal ordeal ana la to undergo. The
kealth of aota herself and tba coming
child depends largsly opon tba cars
ah bsstowa upon aersslf during tha
waitlnf months. idoUier's Friend
prepares th sxpectant mother's sys
tem for th coming event, and Its nsa
makes her comfortable during nil tha
term. It works with gad for nature.
and by gradually eipandlng all tis
sues, muscles and tendons. Involved,
and fcssplng tba breasts in good con
dition, brings tha woman to tha crista
ia splendid physical condition. Tha
baby, too, la mora apt to be perfect and
strong; where th mother has thoa
prepared herself for nature's anprema
function. No better ad vies could ba
given a young expectant mother thaa
that aha ns Mother's Friend; it Is a
medicine that has proven Its raloa
la thousands of
Srrup of Figs and Elixir of 1
Senna appeals to the cultured
and the well-informed and the
healthy because its component
parts are simple and whole
tome and because it acts with
out disturbing the natural func
tions, as it is wholly free from
every objectionable quality or
substance. , In its production a
pleasant and refreshing syrup
of the Figs of California is
united with the laxative and
Carminative properties of certain
plants known to act most bene
ficially, on the human system,
when its gentle cleansing is
desired. To get its beneficial
effects, always buy the genuine,
for sale by all reputable drug
gists; one size only, price fifty
cents a bottle. Ihe name of
the company California Fg
Syrup Co. is always plainly
printed upon the front of every
package of the genuine.
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Symptoms Mean What?
Physician Advises Men!
rron-' Health Record.)
A general failure ef tbe vital or
gana, suh a the stomach, liver,
kidneys, start, ate., to pertorm
te th full extent their norm si
dutlee Is responsible for many
symptoms, often classed as "dls
eaaes" by the unlearned. How
ever, surh symptoms are not te
be ragarSed lightly, for tbey are
tbe fererwnaer ef disease and
prematur dscllae. These symp
toms are In the nature of warn
ings of th approach of low vi
tality, deependeney, brain fag
and all the at ore r lees dreaded
Silmeate te which mankind Is
NThe faithful use ef the pre
Borlstlea gives below will so es
tablish ths normal natural fune
tleae ef th various organs ef the
bode as to reuse to disappear all -at
Ihe fallowing symptoms: De
srsadseey.. fatigue, dull, sunken
eyes, cold extremitlea, peine In
snvall ef back, pains in back of
bead, spot before tbe area,
weakness la same, twltebrng and
trembling, impaired memory, loss
ef appetite, wasting to thinness
(or overfall, shrunken flabby
flesh, sremsture wrinkles, dull
beedaehee. constipation, kidney
Irregularities, irritability and a
general areak-dowa 0f ambitious
spirit snd manliness
First wet eempoend field balm,
wort Is a ea-onae package, and
' three tmos syrup- earsaparllla
rem pound: take hems, mix and 1st
stand two hours; then gst ens
ounce essnpeand essenos eerdlet
and ewer emaee tlnvtore- eademsne
eompound (net i sidainom). Mix
all h a sis or eight ouaee bottle
shake well and 'lake one tea
spoonful after seen meal and
one when- retiring, followed by a
drink ef water.
By nlxmg II at' hems as man
need be tbe wiser s te another's
shorteomlnsjs, and expensive teas
Lack of polss and equilibrium
In men le a constant source ef
embaiiaesmsnt. even when the
public least suspects It roe th
benefit of these who want a
restoration to full bounding
health and all the bapplaese ao
emnpanylna It the above heme
treatment la given.
The shove prescription la tnene
facrured by the wail known phar
maceutical kouae. Prescription
Products Co. Daytoa, Ohle, .
GIVES QUICK ACTION
The Rherman a lfrConnn n r-n
Cor. Hth snd Dodge. Cor. Mth snd Har
ney, Cor. Mth and Karri am. 207 - No. i6lh
Bt.; Loyal Hotel, reports that A BlNOLiS
DOSB t simple buckthorn bark, slvcer-
In, etc.. as compounded In Adler-l-ka.
the new German appendicitis remedy, re
lieves constipation or gas en ths atom-
sen, almost INBTANTLT.
rases. Mother's MevnirtrVt
Friend la sold
writ tor fre
book for ei Dect-
ant mothers wbica contains nock
valuable information, and near sua
testions of a helpful nature.
BtADrmO SECTJUTOK Ca. Masts, Ca,
Meeting the solos. Bisty year fepeMttoa
tvs rreea optSMs or earthing hanafaJL Best
wly la hexes, swap, aaalted free.
wnx i. bbowm a soy,
"I eat such a lot of TRIX mama
says I'll be a big boy soon."
,-s M: "wbsv
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f' 4. " I
bbaW-Zs- $ '''' I
as saw imKkm cwaa is y I
If your grocer is not yet supplied,
telephone Douglas 3686 and a
package will be delivered to yoa.
from' wheat, rice and
barley. Easy to digest
and highly nutritious.
The New England Cereal Co.,
SauUi NorwaDc, Conn.
Omaha Sales Co.,
National fidelity Bides.,
THE AMBITION of
every tire-maker in
the world is to some day
make a non-skid tire as
good and as popular as
The big, thick diagonally
placed knobs grip the sLp
periest road at every con
ceivable angle and do prevent
Mads only by
i MUTED Vim
I TIBE COMPm BJjp
I Makers of Anert- pxyi Jit
Ry es's prviomlaeat eTwlit
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better in a roomy cafe
Is Omaha's largest
cafe, where there la
a pleasant atmosphsre .
and the beet of food.
Courtney's ccKee makes
' your meal delicious
Seventeenth and Douglas
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given' our most prompt attention.
Bend In your "photos,- drawings;
watereoloTa, ate to be framed,
We handle .everything with th
greatest of care. Write for our
prtre !tt en framing.
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Wat. A. 1BADT (Ltd.) preeeats
One long, lingering laugh
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Direct Ixom SCO times ta slew Tors.
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srstlsss Saturday. Best Beats, (1.00
KRUC 1 HEATER
MATIXKE TODAY 8:30
BEST SEATS 60c.'
and JIM FLYNN
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' Hopes, In an exhibition, at
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Tickets now en sale.
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