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THE BEE; OMAHA, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1912.
itTllRC XT CnTTTH AMMII I4Mo " P1-' opta'on tii Sarpr mty
Contracting Work Held Tip Owing
. to Question of Charter validity.
WOULD AWAIT IXdSLAITOE
City Atteraef- Declare Trestle
nukt A boat kjr CoatrectaVa
riger la Pint Plan May
- Cat Pellee Pare. .
Xa lew of lb fact that the present
administration ewta Ita existence to tt
invalidation of on of tha m amendments
to tha city charter, there la a question
vrhether the other amendments may not
fee equally Told. In consequence of the
dubiousness of tha matter It appears that
all contracting work Insofar as pavinc
and grading Is concerned will be held
up for the next year ar until the su
preme court shall have decided the
mooted point whether the other antend
tnenta shall stand the test of legality.
Mayor Tom Hoc tor has reeofnlaed the
serious aspect of the case and In his
menage recommended that the question
of the validity of the charter amend
ments be settled without delay.
Since the election the question has been
brought to the city attorney's office and
that department has adopted the policy of
lea vine the matter to solve Itself In ac
cordance with the wishes of the taxpayers
pt the city.
8aid County Attorney H. C. Murphy
yesterday: "It appears to me that the
trouble and consequent delay In paring
matters was ' brought about by a eon
tractors' fight. Ths result of that fight
was the Invalidation of certain sections
of the city charter. I think that many
taxpayers of the city would be lust as
well pleased to have a year's rest from
further pavinc and grading. If, however,
the contractors want to go forward with
the work, let them take the matter to
the supreme court end thresh H out. The
' city attorneys office should not be ex
pected to act as a cat's paw to draw
chestnuts out of the fire tor paving or
As a matter of fact the feeling among
most dtlsens Is thst the case may well
be deferred to the decision of the next
legislature, which will meet In January,
It also appears that the same legislature
' win be called up to settls divers ether
points of ths city charter. Cltlsens are
beginning to look about for a set of rep
resentatives who will exert every effort
to better the condition of the common
people of the constituency.
ta Cat Police Pere. '
Much for the same reason as last Tear
the new administration will cut down the
police force of the city. Already a short'
age In ths police and fire fund threatens
and It Is expected that the cut wtU be
made Monday at the meeting of the fire
and police board.
The appropriation for the police depart-
' rnent amoants to about $30,000 per annum
. and is supposed to carry something In
ths neighborhood of eighteen men. This
number, notwithstanding the experience
of last year, bss been Increased and the
Fire and Police board finds Itself facing
another shortage. The sufferers, of
course, will be the cltlsens who as things
are, have Insufficient police protection.
The policemen themselves, espedslly
those with families to support, will also
be compelled to lie Idle during the hot
months of the summer.
' It la expected that ths new council will
make at least a ISO 000 appropriation for
: the police force of the city.
The Saloon Preeleaa.
It may be that the number of saloons
' In the Magio City will be reduced as a
' consequence of the resolution adopted
Jlerch 11 by the Surety Bonding com,
pantes of Nebraska. The companies In
question. It Is understood, have agreed
Upon a fist rate of 115 for a bond li
cense and as Indemnity bond of real es
tats valued at 16,000 to be paid by each
saloonkeeper of the city.
In defense of the aaloonmen the brew
eries It Is understood have offerd to as
1st, but the Fire and Police board. In
view of the trouble now on hand, as a
result of tha straw bonds of last year,
will probably allow a few saloons to go
out of existence rather than Increase pub
llo criticism for their methods.
The matter will be settled within the
next few days when the board shall have
granted the licenses for the coming year
. to those applicants who are found worthy.
Two of the principal saloons of the town
have already changed hands. They are
, those of Otto ftaurer at Twenty-fourth
and J streets snd Del Green at Twenty,
fourth and N, vhleh have passed Into the
bansd of Joe Jlallander and Tom Peter
son of Manning, la. Mr. Peterson Is a
brother of ex -Councilman Peterson.
Spelllas Match Winner.
Superintendent of Instruction K. M.
Graham has just completed the first
round of spelling bees ever held In the
Couth Omaha schools. Eleven schools
tried out their best material In the
orthographical line, and later, by process
of elimination the championship among
II the schools snd the particular pupils.;
will be determined. The winners;
Eighth Grade Anna Pavllk. Brown
Park; Ruth Kinsley, Lowell; Julia Krteo,
Central; Dorothy Anderson, Garfield.
(Seventh Grade-Elsie Bush, West Side;
Anna Llseo, Jungnuuin; badie Kothhola,
Lincoln: Grace Nye, Lowell; Rose Fried,
Central; Emma Kutilek, Brown Park.
Sixth Grade James Smith, Lowell:
Anna Oliver, Highland; Leonard ZoberIL
Jungmann: Felix Miller. Lincoln; Helen
JaKa, Central; Barbara Scoville. Lincoln.
Fifth Grade-Dora Dubnaff. Hlshlsnd;
, Ivy Miller, Garfield: Hssel Hibbard.
IowelU Elsie Stevens, Central; Elsie
. Drahos; Brown Park; Blanche I tens,
la order to give a chance to all the
candidates to present their claims before
the voters of South Omaha, the repub
licans of the city win hold a large meet
ing Tuesday night at the Redmea's hall.
The republicans of the city are expected
to be present st the meeting and some
of the best speakers In the state will
lend the charm of eloquence to ths
President A. C. Psncoast and the of
fleers of the club are Insistent that a
targe crowd of republicans do honor to
tha visit of the candidates and visitors.
. Aa entertainment will be given by the
members of Division t. Ancient Order of
Hibernians, at the Danish Brotherhood
ball on Tuesday evening- The arrange
ments are being made by the entertain
ment committee of the division. P. A.
"Woods. T. X. Dowd and T. P. Keens
ad an elaborate program has beea
planned. An members of the Ancient
Order of Hibernian applicants for mem
bership at the coming Initiation so May
( and members of the Ladies auxiliary
with their families and Mends are la
jrited to attend.
, Will Ask Chance of Tea a.
Attorneys H. C Murphy and Elmer
Burkett, who will represent. Briers,
fronton an, Hyera at their trial for the
kllUng of Roy Blunt, who was shot dur
ing the Settle with the convteta, will ask
change of venue la the Interests of
It kt argued that under the present ssav
fair trial cannot be bad and a change
will be sought either to Nebraska City
Made rtty Geesla,
A. L. Bergutst, republican candidate tor
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Larkla announce
the birth of a young son.
Atlas Cafe Chicken dinner Sunday, tot
Mrs. J. N. Williams entertained a few
mends at luncheon Thursday.
Tha women of the Christian church will
sell carnations en Mothers' day.
Family Sunday chicken dinner. Atlas
Cafe, e(S North Twenty-fourth.
The Mothers' club will meet Friday aft'
ernoon with Mrs. A. L Sutton.
For Rent a North Fifteenth, five-room
cottage on car line, gsa and electric, xiu,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lavton left Thurs
day for Stockton, Cat, their future
Chicken dinner from 11 JO. Atlas Cats,
en North Twenty-fourth.
Rev. Father Carroll and sister were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Consldene
Entre Nous dub will sive a dancing
party Monday evening at Kusning nau,
Twenty-fourth and J streets.
Miss Leonard of Cincinnati. O.. and
J. O'Brien of New York are the house
guests of Mr. snd Mrs. W. B. Tagg.
Try the Atlss Sunday chicken dinner.
s north Twenty-fourtri.
Mr. and Mrs. Ore Ellis have returned
to their home in Bloomfteld. Ia, after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Robb.
Suburban Homes Five acres, eighteen
acres, twenty-one acres, all Improved
tracts for sale or trade. A. W. Jones Co.
Boy Scouts Beat spring and summer
shoes for boys. Sold only at Cressey s.
The Regina club will give an enter
tainment and apron bazaar Friday even
ing, April at, at the A. u. u. w. temple.
E. Vance, the young man who was
thrown from a car at Forty-sixth and Q
streets last Friday, la reported Improved
at his home.
Our Roys Tan shoes or oxfords, from
fl.TB to CM pair will please you. Cressey.
Mrs. C. M. Day, 1001 North Twentieth
street, has gone to Rochester, Minn.,
where she will undergo an operation at
the Mayo hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Lott. sr.. entertained
at dinner at the Exchange cafe In honor
of their thirtieth wedding anniversary.
Covers for fifteen were laid.
Just Listed A fine three acre tract on
Boulevard, near car line, fine view. A bar
sain., sfleht consider a aood five-room
cottage in exchange, A. w. jones to.
Mrs. James Murphy and her son,
Charles, will leave today to Join their
husband and father. James Murphy, who.
with his family, will henceforth reside
in the city of Los Angeles.
' White Shoes and strao pumps. In can'
vas or tan buck, all styles for old or
Mrs. Franklin was hostess for ths Ns
Zod club Friday afternoon. Prises were
won bv Meedamee Franklin. Dennis. A.
W. Tagg and Cllne, The next meeting will
be In two weeks with Mrs. Buren.
Mrs. Earl B. Brown will entertain the
members of all of ths departments of the
Century club st her home Tuesday air
ernoon. The hostess has a well arranged
musical and literary program for the
Byron Loom Is, a millwright at ths I'P
dyke elevstor, residing at tM N street,
.,. hadiv shocked yesterday evening by
coming In contact with a Hve wire at the
I pdyke elevator, tie was revivea uy ni.
fellow employes and sent to his home.
Men, Men 8ee our great line of oxfords
In tan or black, all shapes. Beit values
show a from M to M pair. Creasey,
Mrs. John Smith sntertelned st a beau
tiful appointed luncheon Monday In honor
of Mils Mabel Mars, whose wedding to
Lewis Lortng wss celebrated st high
noon Thursday. The rooms were taste
fully decorate! In pink and white. Cov
era were laid for ten.
Mrs. A. J. Jssnter entertained at bridge
Saturday afternoon st her heme. Tables
were Disced for: Mesaames J. h. Benin
ri.i waddell. McCulloush. Ben Elliott. A.
P. Durklea. sr.: A. P. Durkles. lr.: A, U
Lott, sr.; J. M. raushey. Oliver. White.
R. E. Schlndel, McDowell and Sloan.
Comfort shoes snd sltnners for is flies
great line; Just the kind for those aching
The funeral of Mrs. Esther Sherman,
who died Friday morning at her home on
Thirty-sixth street, soutn or tne county
line, will he ounea tms aiteritoon at t
o'clock from her late residence. Rev. C,
T. llsey will officiate and Interment will
be made In De Soto, la., where the body
will be sent.
Mr. snd Mrs. W. B. Tagg will gtvs a
luncheon this evening in honor of Bishop
McGovern, Father Lee. Beaumont. Tex.;
Father Klrwln, Galveston; Mr. snd Mrs.
P. J. McGIII. Cummington. Ky.; Wsi
Leonard. Cincinnati. O.: W. J. O'Brien.
New York, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
If when eating In my windows,
And a stunning hat you see.
Don't say 'tis in the fifties
And you have not a soo.
Walk in, you're quite as welcome
As If you owned the earth.
Ryan's mission is to please you.
It Is not all for oclf.
Miss Madee Sturrock entertained the
Alohah club at her home baturday ait
ernoon. The members are: Misses Clara
Barnum. Kathleen Walsh. Margaret
Walsh. Francis Tanner. Pearl IJlverty,
Abble Lake. Ola A is worth, Haiel Cook,
Helen White. Adel Davis, Msurlne Mur-
dock and Madge Sturrock.
Mrs. Ben Elliott entertained at bridge
Friday afternoon at her home. Four
tables were placed for the players. Those
present were: Mesdaraes A. P. Durkles.
sr.: A. P. Durkles, Jr.; o. J. Ames, A. u
Lott. sr.; A. L. Lott. Jr.; J. M. Caughey,
Plnnell. Waddell. Tl. L. Holmes. L. M.
Lord, McNstt, J. M. Tanner. A. J. J ta
mer, Mcuoweu ana . as. jscninaei.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Owen entertain st
sn Informal dinner today for Bishop Mo
Govern st their home. Covers will be
laid for Bishop McGovern. Father Lee,
Beaumont, Tex.: Father Kfrwin. Galves
ton; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGIU. Coving
ton, Ky.; Miss Leonard. Cincinnati, O.;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Tagg and Mr. and
Mia W. E. Owen.
Arthur C. Psncoast, only Republican
candidate for State Senator residing in
South Omaha, Primaries April Ulh.
Mr. and Mrs. ( laud Orehsrd entertained
the O. T. W. club st their suburban home
Saturday evening. The guests of the club
were: air. and Mrs. R. K, Bchlndel snd
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Francisco. Ths mem
bers are: Messers snd Mesdames N. R.
Bryeon. W. Bavinger. Vernon Msnn.
Thomas Parker, C'cry-BuKa, H. C. Marl
ing and C. Orchard.
Mrs. Bruce McCullooch gave a bridge
party Wednesday afternoon In honor of
Mrs. Waddell. mother of Mrs. C. H.
rvhlndel. Tables were pieced for; Mes
dames Waddell. C M. Schlndel, A. U
Lott, sr., Caughey. Plnnell, Sloan. Cheek.
Ames, Jasraer, McDowell. Durkles. sr.,
Durkles. Jr.. Elliott. Fred Etter, R. E.
Schlndel and D. L. Holmes.
Mesdames J. V. Miller and William Net
man entertained st cards Wednesday
evening st the home of Mrs. Milter. Prises
were won by Mr. snd Mrs. Campbell and
Frank Van Sent, Places were arranged
for Messrs. and Meedamee Campbell. A.
D. Majors. I. L. Van e'en. Frank Van
Sent Greene, Early, Peck. Miller, Memia.
and Miss Iva Clark and John Campbell.
Mrs. A. N. Howe "entertained the
Blitcbery club at her home, lilt North
Twenty seventh street. Friday evening,
when those present were: Misses Mary
Sargent, Nina MeWllliarns, Florence Mil
ler. Frances Case, Myrtle Taylor. Carrie
Andreason. Mae Bergquist, Irene Thomas.
Stella Holmes. Georgia Howe, Flora Roe
Inson, Monetha Lee and Anna Nlstrum.
Mrs. E. J. Connell entertained the
StaiHtird Bearer and Baraca class at her
home Tuesday evening. Some fine
musical numbers were given by Miss Adel
Davis and Jean Lee and Howard Foot.
Those present were: Misses Adel Davis
(Clara Barnum. Haaei Cook, Monetha
Lee, Flora RoMneon. Anna Kuttran.
Marrlan Dennis. Blanche Robin. son and
Jean Lee and Messrs. Harold Lee and
Ruff and Howard Foots.
Friday evening the piufewama nt -
high school faculty. Including Messrs.
Cummings, Ise, Boswell. Vocaeek and
Johnson, gave a T o'clock dinner at the
Atlas cafe rn honor of the basket ball
team. Speeches In praise of the spirit
snd success that marked the career of
the team were etvea to the echo of mock
applause. Shirley Menefee waa riMM
captain of the team for next year. Those
present were: jona lofnes, Malph l,r.
us, Edward Flttie, Jeoa KUxaa, Shirley i
Menefee. Frank Foley. John Ward, Wll-
uam ootey ana uesn Honertson,
The Neighborhood Card club was enter
tained Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Schlndel. Five tables
were placed for the players. The mem
bers are: Messrs. and Mesdames W. W.
Fisher. C. M. Schlndel. John Smith, F.
Prucha. H. G. Pike. J. Bateman. J.
Michelsoa, Allen Dudley, Burt Anderson,
Swlngiey. James Tnmbel, R, E. Schlndel,
j. u. martin, Howard Meyman and Ed
Mrs. John Fits Roberts gave a whist
party at her home. 100 North Twenty
fourth street, Saturday afternoon. Seven
tables of players were present The
guest list Included: Mesdames Root, L
L. Van Sent F. O. Kellogg, Ralston,
J. D. Adklns, Tyler Byrson. Jameson,
Farrls, J. Laverty, R. M. Laverty. J.
R. O. Hams, Omaha: A. D. Naniott.
Omaha: O. J. Ames, Frank Jones, Burt
rMsjicna.ro, sears. A. xi. Aturdock. T. H.
fn". a., a. nose. v. u. noimee, c. H.
Marling, J. J. Breen. Hayltt, E. Howe
and Miss Jesse Robeson.
A Dleasant surnrlse was a4vn Ur,
William Swaney and Mra. Charles All
stsdt at the home of the latter. 1138
Monroe street. In honor of their blrth-
oaya jaonoay. Those present were:
Mesdsmes: Thomas' Alton. Hopkins,
Henry Elafelder, Charles Knight, Quln-
nn, Peterson, Fred Mower, Arthur
nroomna. rrana Beiaen, rieyman Kats
kee, M. Callahan, Fisher, Basset, Gallo
way, Charles Sntvely. J. M. McCarthy
Banner, John Peterson, a L. Allstadt!
William Swaney snd George Vlckera.
Misses Grace Burroughs and Edna Alt
stsdt. In a pie contest Mrs. Chsrles
omveiv won ine nrat nriu um
Night "Y" Classes
to Banquet Monday
Ben R. Vsrdaman. aaeociai
the Merchant's Trade Journal and a
well known lecturer and writer, win h
the principal speaker Monday night at the
annual Banquet of the night classes of
the Young Men's Christian association
In their building. Ths banaunt la ch.
uled to be the most pretentious affair
of this kind ever held by ths classes.
Tha dinner will be at (ill o'clock and an
excellent program has been prepared by
Measnj F. E. Miller. C. E. Hatt, William
Naeheas, Guy Beckett and O. O. Franks,
the program committee. The Immanuei
orchestra will furnish music. W. II.
Hunt will be toastmastsr. The theme
will be "SalesmanahlD and Advertising "
Some of the toasts are:
"Concrete Reinforcements In Character
Building," A. M. Sorenson; Truth In Ad
vertising," R, a Babeock; "Remlnla.
eencea of the 1911 Class," C. a Marshall;
"Ads I Have Met," A. L. Oalei Epi
grams, f. w. Heron; Salesmanship,
Advertising and ths Young Men's Chris
tian Association," E. F. Denlson; "Ad
vantages of Training In Belling," Philip
Schwsrts: "Busrestlons Annlud" n.
F. Vardamsn, and the presentation of
The Glad Hand
is seen when liver Inaction and bowel
stoppage flies before Dr. King's New Life
Pills, the easy regulatora, tfe. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Key to ths Situation Bee Advertising.
HEART ATTAGnAKES BAKER
Superintendent of Bee Buildin
Since Comtrnetion Diet at 80.
GOVEHiniENT HOBOES WORTH
Employs Hiss 9m Reeeaatrwettea
Work ea Old Peatertlee Balldlag,
Pert Roblasaa aad Other
R. W. Baker, aged W years, superin
tendent of The Bee building ever since
Its construction, died of heart trouble at
N o'clock Saturday night at hla home,
MB Mason street
Mr. Baker had been ailing for the last
two months, but had beeh able to con
tinue with his work and hated to leave
the post he bad held so long. . Monday
morning while at work In his office he
was stricken with an attack of heart!
failure and was taken to hla home, where
he has beea confined to hla bed gradually
Mr. Baker was bora la Nsw Bedford,
Mass., In 1832. He spent his childhood
lays In the home town and attended the
publlo schools there. He learned the
construction business and left New Bed
ford a trained builder and natural leader
of men, hla ability early being recognised.
When construction of the Bee building
was begun 8. 8, Bremen of Milwaukee
waa ths architect and contractor. Bus
ness took him from Omaha and be sent
his best assistant, R. W. Baker, to com
plete the work. It waa Ur. Baker who
saw the building constructed In the most
It was In 1S8 that Mr. Baker came to
Omaha aad after the completion of the
building he waa employed by Edward
Rosewater as superintendent. This has
been his work since that time, except for
a few periods, when he was called by the
government to superintend some con
struction and reconstruction work.
Mr. Baker had charge of the remodeling
of ths old postofflee building In Omaha
when It was converted Into headquarters
for ths Department of the Missouri, Hs
also superintended the rebuilding of
Jefferson barracks, St Louis, and the
building of Port Robinson,
Mr. Baker Is survived by one son.
Arthur W. Baker, an architect with of
fices In the building his fsther con
structed. Funeral arrangements have sot
been made. The body will be taken to
New Bedford, Ms., for burial.
There never waa a time when people ap
preciated the real merits of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy more than now.
This Is shown by ths Increase In sales and
voluntary testimonials from persons who
have been cured by It If yon or your
children are troubled with a cough or
cold give It trial and become aeqalnted
with Its good qualities. Per sale by all
Latest Device forv
Catching Mail Bags
One of the most Important of the auto
matic mall catching snd delivering de
vices Is owned by a Nebraska company.
and offices have been opened ta the City
National hank building. Isaac Gurwitdt
and Floyd Ralney of Lincoln are the ta.
yen tors of the new device.
The device will safely and securely
catch a mall pouch from a flying mail
car, at the same time Just as safely and
securely deliver a mall poach Into the
flying car. It la a great Invention, Is des
tined soon to be adopted by all the rail
roads of the country snd Is certain to
realise a fortune to the owners of the
great device. Demonstrations were mads
with the model at the po (masters' con
vention at Omaha last fall and H was pro
nounced a wonderful and valuable proposition.
A company baa been Incorporated, the
American Automatic Mall Catcher Manu
facturing company, with tSO.OOO capital
stock, for the purpose of placing tht
"catcher' oa the market The incorpora
tors are Sam Orlofsky, president; Thomas
H. Williamson, secretary; Floyd Ralney,
treasurer; Clyde C. McCoy. Isaac Our
wltch and George Rsths. Demonstrations
will be grven daily In the office of the
company on the ninth floor of the City
National bank building.
The mechanism of ths American Auto
matic mail catcher Is not complicated
and a station, it It said, can be equipped
for operation at aa expanse of about He.
Hearst in Answer
to Haskell's Suit
William R. Hearst's answer to the libel
and slander suit of former Governor C
W. Haskell of Oklahoma was filed In
federal court yesterday by John W. Bat
tin, local attorney for Mr. Hearst Ths
answer admits ths charges that Hearst
made speeches attacking Haskell as a
friend and tool of the Standard OU com
pany and other trusts and published them
In hla papers, but declares that all the
statements were true and can be proved
and will be. When the case will come to
trial has not been decided.
Bee Want Ads are Business Boostera,
OR. TARRY BUYS AUTO,
CHOOSING LEXINGTON "SIX'
E. R. Wilson told another of hla Lex
ington "Sixes" Saturday, keeping up
record of a better average than two of
these ears each week since the automobile
show. This one Is to be of the body
tonnean style and was ordered by Dr.
E. R. Tarry. Earlier In the week Mr.
Wilson sold a duplicate of Dr. Terry's
new ear to aa Omaha man who Is leaving
this city to make San Francisco his kerns
snd the car wtll be delivered ts him May
1 la California,
r7 vl tW you sometimes detect In . Ml s-J
1 teer in HgKt Lotties. VY
taste is tke result of ' V
f 0' f exposing Leer to Kglit. xsa
1 niVf . - hies.
ScKKtz Is brewed In tlie
dark filtered Txrougk white
wood fulf. Perfe&ly aged,
to prevent biliousness.
Every Loftle Is Paiteurlzed. WLen It
readies you In lie Brown Bottle It Is ur
See that crown or cork
is branded "Schntz."
rnone8l Independent A SOS
Schlitz Bottled Beer Depot
723 S. 9th St, Omaha, Nebr.
Thai Made Milwaukee famous.
, NEW YORK
fifth Avenue and fifty fifth Street
CUrs to ; V. . : .',V.:.
at Well as , ';r";T
Permanent Guests , ;5
Tli Management rivet nggurncethat' '
the cost of liring at this hotel, Including ,,,'
Rooms and Restaurant,. ;
is no freeter than at any other hotel of S.
the game class, notwithstanding re-
porta to tha contrary. ' .. . ... . . ,..
Single Rooma without Bath $3.00 and
4.00 per day with Bath $5.00, $6.00 '
and $8.00 1 and for two people $6.00, " "
$3.00 and $10.00 per day. ;""
Suites consisting of Parlor, Bedroom -and
Bath, $10.00 upward t larger Suites
, In proportion. : . ;
All outside rooma. ; " )
R.M. HAAN. - -
v National Cash Register
makes good business men and
It trains them to be' thor
oughreminds them to be
accurate educates them to be
Nationals guard a milliorTstoresfuI
of employes from temptation. , , ,
They protect a million merchants
from loss through . accident . and . care
lessness. . . , -' ' , -
They 'guarantee-a "square deal tor; 'js
both buyer and seller. -. . . ..... -
, A National soon pays for. itself and '
lasts for years.'
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Mr. Business Man,' you can think right '
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saved the expense of a trip, captured a.,
doubtful order, flashed an important
inquiry and brought back the infor
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