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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1912.
ERFEGT HEALTH IS NOW
IMPOSSIBLE IN CITIES
Sanaa Xadunet W01 lot tu Troe
Under lemu Strain.
nmuiAx houbs oira cause
imw CmUHm Hjit RmiM
fr th IiMMtlM t Ktw
"a-etar- fr4( la This
I In a rrent interview om of th phr
dans whs are kitroductnc th remark
able new tonic. "Ton Vita." to tlM
American public, had thla to say;
"Ths manner of Itvtni In the larger
cities at the United States ia such that
perfect health Is almost Impossible; the
human machine will not run true and
atrag day after day with I la vitality con
tinually being aapped by the constant
nervous strain. Irregular hours, hastily
eaten food, the wear and tear and rush of
dty Ufa. are largely responsible for the
Immense amount of dull, listless, half
atck people of the present generation.
Inability or a run down1 condition as It Is
called. Is every her. Hslt the people 1
ass la street ears, restsuranta. theaters.
or en the street, are unmistakably In a
debilitated condition, with their
In such a state that they either wish to
lis down and rest or rush after some
"Any one who has met a constant
stream of nervous debilitated people as
I have since I began my present work,
can tell a man or woman In this condition
at a glance. I wish to emphatically state
that the number ot debilitated people In
the larger American cities is appalling.
" Tons Vita,' th medicine I am help
ing to Introduce. Is to combat this con
dition. I believe It to be th beat prepa
ration ever before sold to tho public, la
that It is immediately effective In
of debility and other troubles that Y go
hand la hand with this disease."
Ton cannot hope to enjoy life or meet
with much success If you are tired all
th time, bar little ambition, am feel
continually depressed ta mind and body.
Svsry half-at rk, wore out man or woman
Tons, Vita." If the tonlo does not
Ufs more worth living and bring
back the healthy, energetic spirit that k)
now lacking the pries Is refunded. Bher
mas MoConnell Drug Co., Mth sad
Dodge. Owl Drug Co.. Hth. and Harney,
Harvard Pharmacy, . Mth and JTamant
snd Loyal Pharmacy, JCT N. Mth 8t, has
th agency for "Tons Vita"' tn Omaha;
also for Lee's Rhubarb Laxative, th
purest and best family ' lax at Its aa th
market. Lee's Rhubarb Laxative will not
Injure, the most delicate constitution. It
lis Meal tor ohlldren.-Adv. -
retir-ef Nstart'fl Great Rem
edy for AH Disease Alto
Givti';a . Simple Home Pre
GTiption -to Eelieve Stomach
Trouble, Kidney and Bladder
ATflictiori an Rbeumatum
Mix Ibis Yourself at Home
and Try It. .
"The people here do not drink enough
water te keep heart hr." exclaimed a
well known authority. "The nua-rous
eases at stomach, kidney and Madder
dlmies and rheumatism are mainly do
th tact that th drinking water,
tun's greatest medietas, has bees ae-
"ttep loading year system with eare
: get aa the water wagoa. It yes
sr really stck. why. of course, take th
rapsr medicine plain aommon prsaertn
on treatment which wilt act shatter
'(ha list isi or rula the stomach
T e re rheums tlsm you must make
the kiensys do their work; tby are th
, sttbs Wood ; they mast be made te
grain ant at th stood th wast mat
ter and acts that cause rhsamattsm:
bo tafn must be neutralised so It will
sjo esngar be a source of Irritation to
ah Madder, and most of an you must
hasp the adds from forming In th
.atemaCB. This Is the eaoss of stomach
trouble and poor dursstJoa. For thee
osoditfcm yea can do no better thaa
'take the foB owing prescription: Fluid
Xxtrsot J sniper Berries, one snnce; Com
pound Host Bsimwort, one oanos; Com
poond eynrp of Hypopbosphltsa, four
naeea. Mbt by shaking well la a bottl
sad take tesspoonful doses before each
aoeai and at bad Una But don't target
Jhs water. Drink plenty and ofbjn.
Tals valuabt Information and strap!
prescription should be posted op m every
household and used at the first stga of
aa attack of rheumatism, backache or
urinary troubles, aa matter bow alight.
Th above nrasortptlon maaufaotarsd
by the wD knowa Bharmacautleal bona.
Prescription Products C. Dayton, Ohio.
Interest allowed ta
sayings department it
2 per aiintna ...
The United States ,
National Bank of
Omaha gives prompt
and courteous aervlce,
affords abaolate ecur
ltv and baa a most con
. Yenlextt location;
staiAauf Jpi kL 'ttv - - -Corner
mBmmm 1 I I J Br" a t M amas
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save aa Prtars .
lasbbara for snagieas 4v.
rrtsssr, II A,!. D.I1M.
ror city ccaamissionar.
Mar Blaeded Tewls Nine
blooded chickens wer stolea Monday
night from a coop be Ions tag ta Joha F.
Day, at KO Franklin street. The burg
lars took every chicken In lbs coop.
Brssa aa Geauaiaaloa Flea Jobs
Paul Breea will discuss the commissloa
form ot government at Hillside Congrega
tions! church, Thursday evening. Mr.
Breea drafted the commission form and
will discuss Its value as an Instrument
for better government
sentences far OM Crime Wlldfred
Coyne, a well-know police character, was
sentenced to ninety day hard labor oa
tho rock pile for a crime he la alleged
to have committed In November. He Is
charged with stealing five sacks of sugar
from a Northwestern bos car on Novem
ber It. r
angry Thieves Saay Cava KukUa,
i North Sixteenth etreet, reported to
the pone that th front window ot ha
butcher shop was broken by thieves and
fifteen pounds ot sausage taken. Also
ten pounds of whit fish, eight pound of
bologna and two paila ot lard were
Ooatraot far Factory rea Tb
Rasmusoea-Khyl Construction company
has been awarded the contract for the
construction of a sis-story addition, etxlB
feet to the Kggw O FIyng box factory
at Fifteenth and Leavenworth. Th con
tract arte la KTOn. Construction will be
begun at enc. ,
' a-ra4 Mas -aeia Parse F. R.
Blunt. sn cfflclsl ot the Great Western
railway company, living at Clartnda, la.
has notified the Omaha police that while
he was In Omaha last Friday hs lost a
pocket book containing about 110 In
cash' and ten railroad pass -a, He thinks
h lost his purs In th Union depot.
Frost Push Battea Because of
ths great trouble the push button on the
door casing In the front of the street oars
has proven to the conductors, the Omaha
Street Railway company has had them
removed. Whenever the car became
crowded the tired Individual who was
near th front end would lean against th
door casing, causing the ringing ot the
; aUga Boheol ta Debate Tha Omaha
High school debating equad will open to
11 season with a . contest with the
Council Bluffs High school lads on the
Immigration question at tha Bluffs school
auditorium Friday evening. Tha local
team will uphold the negative and will
consist ot tha following: George O rimes,
Barney Kulskof sky, Maurlc Clarke and
Milton . Petersen, alternate.
Seta Protect Xabsrltaaoa Tea Heirs
of the tela Colonel James Hervey Pratt
have appealed from former County
Judge Leslie's order that a CM Inher
itance tax should be assessed against
them. Transcript of county court pro
ceeding to bo used In trial ot th ap
peal eas has lost been ordered by Way
land Mage, administrator of ths estate
and raprssentattv of all the heirs. They
alatm th piupsrly was not left to them,
bat was given them by ths colonel before
he died. i,
Grand Jury Hears
' from South Omaha
Men About Saloons
City Clerk Frank flood and former
JustlosTof th Peace P. C. Caldwell,
both of Couth Omaha, whose name were
mentioned to th Douglas county grand
Jury by Sol Qoldstrom. South Omaha
liquor dealers' agent, at a sensational
sitting ot ths Inquisitors more than two
weeks ago, war examined by ths grand
jury Tuesday. A dosen South Omaha
Omaha saloon keepers also wer ex
amined by th Investlgstlng body. Th
balance at th day wss devoted ta ooa
el deration of slmpl criminal matters.
ONE POUND A DAY
HEW ORUBLESS TREATMENT
GET MY FREE BOOK
TOMMEKCB REDUCING AT OXCK
nemsaads of weatafal Pstroas Praia
sty Weadreas Draftees Pa Trsatsssat
as,ooo.oo IX UOLO IF I KAIL
TAT MM QDTCX WEW WAT
Mr fti1 -Pr eutUkM Bib ftlM M OBES
ITY: Mlvan ari 1 was STOl'T, bat I kmam. It
M tm tmlkr hi Ini tanM; m r
tt la atMat. To rxla rvtir i(b(. cmi bsiMt o
ma I 414 I KOI ND THE CAISB-THK
WAS EAST. rWtor I mkM(11. I IrttMl mtf'
tfttlac vuhia. sVsvd aeaa thlaca fcro" nom. It
m Ba44iac. 4LafUaima. All I h4 t to ty
raaaa ttw eaaaa, u. I fumraatM. UuU hr mj
atarg tMlgM-i, vHaoart naa, imeiv THt
mwntm, m aUmttej. 4M. I Miat4 or
mm wtltM asmamajtly. )lckl a4 elti.7
vltbtMpt harm a mymlt whir takluc ta iml
mtr ttlrml4, a4 I pliiilM I mat Jim tai
r4iic aa iittl r aa bucI. tat aa t 4artr,
vita 1t Xntmmt Hut aa f 4U THIS SUC
CESS AT IsAST. With my aala, aaMlbla an. aal
arai trntmaat raawtta ara ptanaatlj -
taiadki WITHOUT atrapa, balta. cuaa. viraa, ark
Ma atta. alatAiirHr. , aalta, atila. alia,
aaiaarliea. 4raa or aM4klaa at an- MaeriatM.
aaaala II poaltlTatr Uta graataat. aaat aaavlT
aaajcBt traataat taa varhl aaa arar kaaata. If
T ara Iauraata4 4a ratir i BAra4maa. aaaHk
aa4 ftaw, yom will lat m tail ro Ikaw to ra
4ua fat "Katara-a Way." iaa traa wv-aiy way
BETTER GET KID OF FAT BEFORE FAT
OETS RID OK TOT It M aatoalahtafl taa t-waa-aAaa
af rataul tattara J am iILbc. J E
BoMllt, Ham iZX Oraat Baa4 Kaa , loat 11 fly
anaiMla vttk mr aartnlaaa trwCant V. U
Brktalta, Moatav-idaa. Mla.L taat tklrtr paaaaa.
Mamta McNatlr. DMlaia, Ha, loat 9omU
anih tkta aa uaataaMt. Mra. Dalar Saalta. Laa
Aatalaa Wat 144 iaa. aafaiy. u4 I au aaad foa
thauaanaa at aaiaaa af aatttfM aatr-Mka.
I imailah a book. aattUai: 'WtlM Ra4rtta
W II boat Dnna." a-fclch 1 aan fraa a-4 ar-k4
aa l bat jom mv katw af air aunawaTal timunrnt
aal aa aala to taamaaaatlr radaov yosr va'ikt,
mriMli. wttbamt hanalRaT VtMraalf I OFPRK
tt-XI 1 CASH IF 1 Kills TO PROVE THAT
MT OR EAT DtflULDl TlATnWT 18 Ai
THINO BIT SAFE, WIUTt AND HAHUUWt
IN FAT- REDW T tOS. Poa t fall to wrtta toiMS
tat ml ft rsnnk
141A O. B. aid-, - Bearer, Ool.
Oat aa Awful rrlwht
by tear ot append ecltiir Take Dr. King'
New Life Fill and soon see bowd trouble
vanish. Guarantsd X oent. For sal by
Beaton Drug Co.
Clean bathroom tub. pipes,
and sink with -
To keep bath tub and lava
tory mow white to keep
metal pipes, fixtures and taps
brightly burnished to purify
setal bowl there's nothing
m earth like Gold Dost. Gold
)ust is the great sanitary clean
ser, because it (sterilizes while
t cleans, and drives out every
Jerm and hidden impurity.
Other products may clean
the surface Gold Post clean
ces to the bottom.
Add a heaping teaspoonful
of Gold Dust to a pail of water
and you are ready to prove
Gold Duat is
selsia 6C sbe
sad lATCe peek
SEEK TO MANDAMUS H'SEAHE
Sheriff Agsin Befnaet to Let Cater
er Enter Count Jail.
FEEDING CONTRACT AWARDED
sfeHhase Takes Dew Deposit
Meaey ef Two Ceatraetora,
thewlnaj Re Was Back af
tome Whs Mads aide.
Uandsmui action to fores Sheriff Felix
J. McShsne to permit Osrdlpe A Flana
gan, prlsonsr teedlng contractors, to
enter th county Isll and feed ths pris
oners , under their contract with ths
county will be stsrted by County Attor
ney James P. -English aa soon a th pe
tition for mandamus writ can be drafted.
Mr. English so Informed Jrtin C Lynch,
chsirmsn of the Board of County Com
missioners, after McShsns had refused to
admit th feeding contractors.
Lowest Bidders Qrt Coatraet.
Cardlp ft Flanagan, lowest bidders,
were awarded the contract by th county
board Monday, their bid for prisoners
meals being a cents a meal and for Juve
nile and Insane, Hi cents a meal. Th
successful bidders Immedistely gave bond,
which wss approved, and yesterday
thsy presented themselves st ths Jail.
They wer not allowed to enter and Im
mediately reported the situation to th
"W. H. Horn of ths Horn Automobile
Supply company was one of ths unsuc
cessful bidders. Ills bid was accompa
nied by tM cash in lieu of a osrtlfled
check. Sheriff McShane went to the
county clerk's office and secured the Wfi
deposit from Deputy County Clerk Chi
sek, signing a receipt for the ram.
Sheriff Mcfihene alec secured the fjO de
posit put up by his relative. Mrs. B. S.
King, after Judge Troup had annulled
bar contract. Com missions! Lynch said
Tuesday that MeShans's collection of those
refunded deposits Indicate thst he wss
a party to ths bids, though the law
prohibits county official from bidding.
Sheriff McSban will resist ths man-l
damus action and again anil attempt to
prove th prlsonsr feeding contract law
unconstitutional. If he succeeds la doing
this ths old law, under which be can
feed prisoners at cents a day. will be
la effect, and h will reap a rich har
vest, something ha $16,000 a ysr.
Cold Wave Headed
v in This Direction
Weather Forecaster Welsh leaned com
placently back on his swivel-chair yes
terday snd with ths air of one who
la the love of nature holds oommciiMm
with her visible forms, etc announced
be had unfurled the cold wave flag to
tb summer breese.
Then summoning what the Interviewer
thought was considerable nerve he de
clared the frees would be a Godsend
to the country. ' He Immediately was
asked for aa explanation.
"Floods are being threatened all ever
the country." he ssid. '"Brooks are be
coming creeks, and creeks rivers, snd
lls freess will come Just In time to
esse things ap a bit The cold wave Is
coming fast from the northwest, where
big drops In temperature ars being re
ported. It will reach Omaha by night
fall and there amy be snow tonight."
The weather bureau sent out yesterday
advised shippers to prepare their goods
for a suddsa and big drop of M degress
above ar lower.
NINETY DAYS ON THE ROCKS
FOR FORGING SOME CHECKS
Daa Ryekman. UN North Thirty-fifth
street, was sentenced to ninety day en
th rock pile oa a charge of vagrancy.
Ryekmaa I alleged to have forged sever si
checks, which were produced as svUence
la Bono court-
Tea tn look a good who before you
find a better medicine for coughs and
colas thsa Chamberlain's Co gb Remady.
It not only give relief H cures. Try tt
whsa yoa have a cough or cold, snd you
ara eertsia to be pleased with the prompt
core which It will effect- For sal by all
HO MONEY FOR NEW LIGHTS:
City Council Quits All Efforts for
Great White Wsy. .
OPCTIOH OF MBS A B0DT BLOW
elds that Cawaeil May Set lee tb
Faed as It Mad -a peeled.
dmaha'a dream of a great white a ay was
effectively shattered by the dty council
la special sesaloa yesterday morning.
By unanimous vole of those present a mo
tion te place th ordinance pro Ming a
contract on file was carried. City At
torney Rim's opinion and the statement
ot Comptroller Coagrov that funds to
pay for the flaming arc lights proposed
were bow Insufficient snd could not be ob
tained, resulted In ths city council's ac
tion. Proceedings looking toward a con
tract to secure mors and better tights will
City Attorney Rift held that occupation
taxes paid la 19U were receipt of that
year and should be ussd for expenses la
111 and not to pay 1111 debts
By this ruling ths lighting fund was
cut out of th royalties to be paid by the
gaa and electric light companies in lilt,
on ths mt taxea. These royalties for ini.
paid January IS, MIX amounted to
' Comptroller Coegrove reported th fol
lowing funds available for light purposes:
Levy lot per cent. fhMXtt; royalties, gaa
company, t-l.Sx.Mi and light company.
tn.e.tt: total. tlKm.a. Expenses for th
year will be. I.M gas llghta. SKITi; Ll
era lights, W.17S; total. $117051.
Thla leaving a balance of fi,7.M avall
abls for flaming arc lights, which wer
to hav been Installed and operated at a
cost ef ITS each to th dtr la further
depleted by Km distributed by the
council among themselves, Ths M.5W Is
for sixty arc light to be installed la th
outskirts ot th dty, flv to go to each
Further drain on th fund leave now
a total of $3,117 M avatlabl for flaming
are lights, which would pay for lees than
one-fourth th number It had been
planned to Install. Aa the two. years'
contract became Impossible with so small
a sura the council decided to a baa don
negotiation and th U.M7.M will be ex
pended on arc lights ia th several wards.
May Day Festival .
Has Been Planned
May it has been decided upon as the
dat for holding th gala day festivities
st the University of Omaha. Th cen
tral commltle has distributed ths work
among several other committees and
win Itself only act sa ths general and
Th personnel ot the commute I aa
follows: Stake manager, Harry Jerome;
advertising, Oeorgs Perctval, Oldham
Paisley, George Parish, Katherine Math
lea and Mary Alice Sldwell; aid shows.
Pansy Williams, Stanton Sallabury,
Robert Btrehlow, Clara Barnes and An
drew Dow; booths, Morris Mortenson and
David Larson: construction of stage.
Peter Btrehlow, John Bel by. Paul Selby,
Almet BolomoB, Ray Reel and Carl Mar
shall: lighting, Harold Sterner, Charles
Wauga and Victor Jorgensen: candy.
Marllla Case, Ludle Hager, Clara Hen-
drlcksoa. Buelah McCaw and -Mabel
Kelly. May day dance and crowning of
th queen ot May, Rhea Lamoreaux
May Testes and Mildred Foster. ,
Wyoming Hogs Get
Top Money Tuesday
The highest price that ha beta paid
for hogs sine last September wsa paid
Charles Daedle and Podd Bros., who re
ceived HM for a load of Poland-China
hogs yesterday oa th South Omaha
market. , Th average weight was V
pounds snd the hog wer raised at Ulma,
Wyo. Clay, Robinson A Son handled
WORK ON THE EMERGENCY
HOSPITAL TO EE DONE OVER
An 'architect will be secured by th
dty to draw plans for ths changes and
Improvements neoesssry at ths emer
gency hospitah Attempts to remodel
and repair th structure has resulted
in a waste of funds, ths dty cowan
and th health commissioner assart, and
It has been due to the tact that there
was no "head" directing the work. Four
five men hav been doing tb re-
palling after their own Ideas snd some
of tho work must be don over. "
These tacts were again called to the
attention of the council by Dr. R, ,W.
Conneil. health commissioner, yesterday
afternoon at th meeting ot th com
mittee ef tb whole. Th council prom
ised to do better la the future and to
ee that aa little money was wasted
hereafter as possible.
LABOR LEAGUE PLANS
MEETINGS FOR THE WEEK
At a meeting of the Labor league last
night arrangement war mad for
gatherings of the various wsrd club of
the league this week. Th members of
tho league are bow voting on th various
candidates for dty eommieai oners. Pol
lowing 1 the schedule of meetings:
Tuesday Nlghr-EUhth and Ninth
wards, northwest corner of Twenty-first
and Cuming; Third and Fourth wards.
Wednesday Nlrht-Flfth ward. lf,ir-
aa a hall. Sixteenth and Locust.
Thursday Nlght-Flrst. Second and
Tenth wards. Mets hall; sixth and
Twelfth wards, Oentlemsn's hall: Heventh
and Eleventh wards, J&A Leaven worth.
Clty Attorney Joha A. Rine will sd-
drma the meetings. -
POOL HALL MEN HELD
UPON GAMBLING CHARGE
William aad A. Anderson, brothers, who
operate a pool ban In th X block oa
North Sixteenth street, were arrested last
night by Detective Donaho sad Helt
fektt upon the charge of gambling. Thsy
win not be tried In notice court, bat will
be taken before the grand Jury Irome-'
DetscUve Donah os says a crap game
which la generously patronised by high
school boy I on of th chief diversion!
of the pool hall, and when the arrests
war made a game was In full swing.
BURGLARS MAKE GOOD HAUL
Br USING SKELETON KEY
The residence of W. H. Han, Wl South
Twentieth street, wss entered by burglar
Monday night and $35 in cash takes be
sides a valuable gold watch, Th bur-
glare got Into ths house by unlocking the
front door wKh skeleton key.
Women's Clever Shoes
New Strap Pumps
i New Button Oxfords
New Classy Shoes
Come to this store for the above described shoes all at $2.50
per pair. We're going to be responsible for their giving you. fullest
amount of value and style. . .
Tour satisfaction is the
most important thing to
us To see your, feet
properly dressed 'cor.
rectiy fitted in shoes
that are right for you aad
at a price you are more
than satisfied with is
our constant aim.
HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
20 Below Ociihi Price Not One Day Bat Every Day '
Special Sale of Brass and Iron Beds
All this Week!
Seloct Now for Spring
Two Cars of Iron Beds Just In!
Full and single sizes, in M 00 tn 01 flfl
white, blue or green- at OliUU lU OH-iUU
This Is One-Third Below Regular Price
Two-inch Verdis Martin finish . . .$4.50.
All Iron Sanitary
Springs, will last for
. $1UX) All Felt
High Grille Brass Beds
Your cholc of aatln or bright finish,
I-lnch posts, good brass . J JQ
Got Our Rug Prices
27x54 inch Velvet Ilupj,
27x54 inch Axminster Hugs,
6x9 Seamless Brussels liupi
9x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs
9x12 Velvet Rugs, $12.50
9x12 Ax minster Rugs
at ...... .......$15.00
8ee) our complrt line of Body
Brussels and Wilton Hugs, fur,
(shed In all alios at MICH BK.
IiOW OMAHA Price. .
Two-Inch continuous post,' high
grade braia bod $14,00
Two and one-halt Inch poet, Urge
fillers, verr massive,
as the Pastor of
the First Baptist
Rev. John Matthews, psstor of the
mi t Bantlst church, tendered his reels-
nation at a meetins of th church' ad--
hoard Monday ntaht Th board
voted to recommend to the consrecatlon
th acceptance of hi reslmatlon and a
conaTecatlonal meeting will b held to-
nlfht to tsk action.
Mr. Matthews tendered a resignation
last fail, when he waa compelled to sub
mit ta a suraV-al operation, hut ths
church Denote declined to accept It, sar
ins th minister would undoubtedly re
cover In a few soon ths and titer didn't
want to los him.
Anaordina to J. H. Dumont. a member
of tb advisory heard, th minister Is
still unfit physically to fulfill his pul
pit duties and for thla reason thinks It
best for th church to ft some ether
TWO MORE GOOD PLAYS
BOOKED FOR OMAHA HOUSES
Spring bookings for the Omaha theaters
ar being announced and show some In
tereatlng engagements ahead.
Among the lateat ars Helen Wars la
"Th Price," at the Brandel In April
sod Margaret Illington tn "Kindling " at
tb Boyd in Msy. Ths Boyd alto ha th
promise of "Th Never Homes" tor aa
GI0N-WASEM MATCH TO
BE AT LINCOLN MONDAY
Th Oion.Wasera match. .hich was
to hav been wrestled at Lincoln a week
ago Thursday and which waa postponed
because of the bllssard. Is now set for
next Monday at Lincoln.
TJERE'S the food that solves the
breakfast problem. Quickly made ready
always satisfying to all the family some
thing you'll like at once and not get tired of.
Cream of R
BAT IT WOt HKALTH
aep-hetf-dl ill n I eW W r m. Ml rmir -
teee tmll mt in Sn 4 - te ee frnlj until ee
-ill-nil! I leiliia. Srft-lMSebs Ike laatieet Uae-r-l oC the
He- I ililer-M-e tlal I I Hilar, geeee eees aeullliw
sar Mv leee-ssakea. The at - fae M falsi ee lafeala.
---, ftllliMLS-aiaS lam D a null ,
a ulna, Ae s-C-e-stare aj.-ainaa.
One ml Bra. Thla till n i mW fcawf mm 1 1 ear. I - pnea
at III ll-HI Bs esefaelv eh
.fnouuwrj cam to, he. b-iibiU ia 'Jv
t? si ir
'lis these hide ihmgr
in a railway ieurnc. ..A cup of tea
when I'm feeling fagged; a pillow
when my head feels tired; an elec
tric berth light, to I can read without
straining mr eyes these little tbin
just make the difference between a
tiresomt journey and a plwuant
From Kansas City '
The.Katr Limited at 5:30 P. M.
The Katy Fiver - -'at 8:30 A. M.
For partlcnlare, ace nearest agent.
. GEO. A. McXCTT. ' y
80S Walnut Sueet, liana. City, Mo.
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