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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1912.
Filial Links $1.00
Filled Chains $2.00
Filled Lockets ....$1.50
Filled Bnr Pins... $1.00
Filled Cuff Pins, pr.. 75('
Silver Jewelry snnie price.
Stationery Box 75c
Gold Link? $3.00
Gold Scurf Pins... $2.00
Gold Bnr Pins. ..$3.00
Gold Keck Cliains $3.00
Gold Vest Chains S6.75
Gold Knives $5.00
Gold Lockets $0.00
Gold Mesh Hags $150.00
Diamond Rings. $15.00
Diam'd Pendants $25.00
Mesh Bugs $3.00
Silver Mesh1 Bugs $15.00
Silver Toilet Sets $15.00
Pin ted Toilet Sets $8.00
Watch, gold $9.00
Gold Seal Kings... $3.50
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1912.
Traveling Bags and Suit
Oases, Travoling Bags
fitted with toilet arti
cles, Manicure sets,
Oases, Drinking Oups
and Flasks, Ladies'
hand bogs, Men's card
cases, Photograph trav
, cling frames, Jewel and
Stick Pin Oases, Collar
bags and 'Toilet Rolls
fittocPin Ivory and
Freling & Steinle
Good Leather Goods
1803 PARNAM STREET
Phono Douglas 273.
SOCIETY had a musical day Tuesday.
In the morning society was well represented at the meeting of
the Tuesday Mornlnjc Musical club, which met at the b,ome of Mr.
J. M. Daughterly, An Interesting program of piano numbers was
given by Mrs. h. P. Crofoot. About 100 members and friends attended
In the afternoon prominent member of society and musical circles
wore at the Urnndels thrater to hear tho concert arranged by Mies Kvelyn
Hopper, tho artists being Mies Mary Munchhoff and Mr. Max Landow of
hU city, and from Chicago Mr. Bruno iUelndel, the well known cellist.
Miss Munchhoff was beautifully gowned In one of the new Parisian
sheath gowns; It was made of pale blue charmeuse, draped to tbevhft side
with the nnrrow sheath, or opening, at the horn.
Madame A. M. Qorglutn, who played the accompaniment, was gowned
In yellow chiffon draped over satin and trimmed with brown fur.
Many box parties were given at the concert. Miss Evelyn Hopper had
us her guests Mrs. John A, McShano, Mrs. W. D. Hoaford, Mrs. W. J. Koye,
Mrs. A. V. Klnslcr ftnd Mrs. W. T, Burns.
Mrs. Clement Chase had a box party,. when nor guests were Mrs. J. J.
Dickey, Mrs. Warren Rogers, Mrs. .). H. Qaum, Miss Mildred Rogers, Miss
Helen Scoble, MIsh Kathorlno Daum and Miss Carmellta Chase.
In another box were Miss Stella' Hamilton, Mrs. L. F. Crofoot, Mr. and
Mrs. MacMillan Harding, Mr. Chester Wells and Mr. Charles Hamilton.
A number of young women from Drownoll Hall were In a box Including
Miss Ruth needier, Miss Maude Gay, Miss Marie Lcmen, Miss Mary Higin
botlian, Miss Hannah Forbes, Miss Marghuerlta Shaver, Miss Florence
Shaver, Miss Kva Hall and Miss Elizabeth Dickinson. Miss Johnson
chaperoned the party.
There wan also n line party from Brownell Hftll, Including Miss Mar
garet l.omen, Miss Helon Watts, Mlts Margaret Donclan, Mies Ruth Howell
and Miss Genlvlpve Brooks. They were chaperoned by Miss Prlchard and
Several other musical events are planned for the near future, Including
tho Crelghton Oleo club's annual concert, to he. given January 15 t the
Boyd theater under tho management of Charles Hamilton and several
Crelghton Btudentn, Assisted by Miss Hopper, the' committee has secured
Miss Christine Miller of Pittsburgh an vocalist, and also Mr. Max Landow as
nolo pianist. Mr. Joan Duffleld will play the accompaniments for the Oloe
Ths officers and ladles of Fort Omaha
Issued Invitation today, for the strict of
military hops which will bo given tho
first nnil third Friday of each month, rroin
December to prll Inclusive, at the post
gymnasium The frt hop will be Fri
day evening' and will be In honor of a
number of ndw officer who arrive- this
week to br stationed at Fort Omaha.
Invitations have been Issued by Mra.
It, 8. Hall for the debut tea for her
daughter, Miss Dorothy HU. Saturday
afternoon, December H.
Mrs. Harry Kelly Issued Invitations to
day for two bridge parties. The first will
bo Thursday, December 12. for Miss
Daphne Peters, whb Is one of the popular
young debutantes. Tho second party will
bo Friday, Uecomber I. In honor of Mrs.
Prentiss Lord, a recent bride.
Miss JilKri swannon enitrinmra m
dinner Monday evening nt the hum of
Mm. Mai-wet Nelson. HOo Boutn miu-
tntrd street. In honor of her birtiuiay un
nlversury. Tho centerpleco vus a large
mound of yellow chrysanthemums. Covors
wero lu!il fori
F.IIen Uoortie. Margaret, Nelson,
iicssle Pane. Kvein Nolson.
Jull " McClrulh. , , KIKin. Hwanwm,
Min. Margaret Nelson. v
! Informol Card Party. '
Miks Margaret McFgriane emeniui.ci.
at curds at her home, Saturday evening.
j Those prompt worn;
I Mat Taylor. Minn! Johnson.
iMaraaret Thomas. Mlnervn Fuller,
Ainliu Fields, Mraifv.Mci'uii.
Birthday Whist Party.
-A surprise vru given Miss Elisabeth
1-evln Tuesday ventng In celebration of
her birthday. Th rooms were decorated
with American Beauty roses abd violets.
The evening win spent with music and
whist and cover were placed for twelve
Birthday Surprise Party.
An informal birthday surprise was
given Mir K. K. Kim Iter ley list evening
at his home. The evening was Spent
playing bridge and two tables were
placed for the game. Those present.
7r. and Mis. Harry Ueed.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. fclllck,
Dr, and Mrs. It. It. I.emere,
Mr. and Mra. fl. R. Hush.
Mr- and Mrs. K. K. Klmbarlpy.
and the Confidence Game
There's a val difference in the two terms-:--by
way of illustration, this business of ours has been built upon
truthful advertising, honest merchandising and courteous treatment. You
know and we know of mammoth institutions which were developed upon
other lines. The padlock game has been exposed from time to time, and
still, to use the words of one of our public men, "people still fall for it". The
commercial fakir plays the confidence game, and keeps changing his meth
ods. Time was when these philanthropists were regular Salamanders or
Dugongs in their fondness for fire and water. Now IT'S SOMETHING
ELSE. Thank heaven Omaha people know them and their methods at
last. You can't fool all the people all the time.
Eastern Star Kensington.
Mr. K. U Cain of HIT South Klghtli
street will entertain the Maple 1-eaf
chapter Pastern star at a kenslngton
Mr. and Mrs. Diets in Erynt
Mr. and Mis. C. N. Diet have arrived
In Cairo, Egypt. A cablegram to Ms
brother, tlould Diets, states (hat they
had a delightful trip and' will remain In
Culm until December 3. when they will
tuit' on Mr trip to the soureo of the
Our Made-to-Order Skirts
have been Mich a great success that many women watit
to use them .for Christmas QIKTS. As a consequence
we Jmve dtcided to make ftkiris for
10 DAYS FOR $2.00 FOR MAKING
This means no profit for us but we believe you will
appreciate it. Well tailored, remember, and if you are
not satisfied with fit you cannot have the skirt, lio
duced prices ou the Dress Goods also from Dee. 5 to
Dec. 15th (inclusive).
On Sale Now A lot of Imported Cloaking EX
CLUSIVE STYLES. SPECIALS DAILY AT SILK'
Something Special on "LIBERTY" in a day or two.
WATCH FOR IT WAIT FOR IT-it'll be worth while.
AVhcn this paper reaches your hands make a note to
tnlce a peep at our center window when down town.
Filled with Book, Card and Calendar suggestions in
deed, worth making a special trip to see.
At Our Silver and Jewelry Section
Thursday we will offer Sterling Silver Picture Frames
below value. Cabinet sizes with ball feet ( OA
Small Frames of sterling silver at, each 29c:
A very complete stock of sterling fiP FA f dlrt C A
Vanity Cases and Purses, from. . vOvU 10 VUUuV
At Bag Section Grain seal with metal frame, $4 nr
instead of $2.50, at $l.tf3
With all modesty, we can claim that we haye a superb
Handkerchief department. Not a day goes by but what
we receive warm praise from customers about assort
ments, variety and prices. If we were easily flattered
we would conclude tha't we don't have much competi
tion. Unusually good Values, 1 25C 50C
Hand or machino embroidered. Initials in great variety.
Are you making anything from ribbons? Just now wo
are selling a magnificent lot of fancies most QQm
of them worth 60c at JvC
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co,
Fanoy Drcis Tatty.
Creiijhton Medics Dance.
The Crelghton medic will .give their
Uilrd.hop at Chsmbera' dancing academy
Postponements. . , t . .
The meeting of th MondayVrjHdge ehift
was ulunged this week, to Thursday aft
ernoon and th meeting wl be held at
the himie of Mrs. T. Ia Davis.
The Debutante 'Bridge club has dojii.
Mndm.7 August' Moth, lh.rgU.m' Ml. I ..! eUng .m Ul n.v t week. htn
entertain t a "rr wi'"'"""'- '"'"r " ' .
day afternoon st her borne In .'eiebralK'ii
ibui , ,BrnMr. of tnf Weel, Km, Dncng.
viun win (in me mini or th series of
ilntlrlntr rtrlla Ci.m.. .
- " . ...inu, etenmg at
i:nambera' academy. About l.yi will f
It UroattYsiomtck. Iljran on Ui iutkt
tfr II nllllun tut.. old. UondonV. tti. rlinml
kkitg.nulu. Caurth.l Jcll, tootbes snd
rouln. ckeral: iodine or nr c
IsimllMt. UwniitnO. Id U nd Wa tuMt
nrnistri iwwii.. m
t.lltle Mls i
lns null. n
. iicr fmltli.
t vb'i I v t Vton
rthui Mm il
V niuts Mun:ri.
W. IS. Ponplcton.
lllchard Munchhoff. "emite Martin.
Series cf Cud Patt'cs.
The first mett'nc or a sofles nf hlg"
tlvr vnit'is t. h glv.n rtt Armbrust hall.
iTi.i IitU Jlnnd.y vntnB nt the borne of
Vlss Mrt'"Riei stickler. Twentieth and
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr and Mrs. Moshor Colpetser left yes
terdsy for a few days' vl at Grand
Mrs... I, Mooney and Mrs. 15, Arron of
uanias ciiy arrived today to be the
guests of Mrs. Simon Meyer.
Mr 11. S. Han- of Chicago, formerly
of Omaha, iinl a few diys In the city
ltoulevnrd Tin- immo o? tbv ciun nos nis parenis, Mi
. . ... ... . . . . ...isl asiil (aai Hum II ...
not tctn decided. Die l rsi vriy win ir,
bp ij.ven Monday evening, me meinuers
ldtli nml Humtrd Sti-cn m
gives warning oscb car to pit
rons to muko niipolntmonln
early ho as to limine ilcllvcry
Of photographs for Xiuas.
I nidi Aimbtuit.
In ne HiiKi'li,
John Vi .
.Mr. siul f.-tt II.
Mr nnd .Mis. II. Vol.
Pr and Mrs. l.eary
Kind anil, Jr.,
Mrr. n0l'Be Brandrls lm tnn. ,i4.
caco, acromranlert by her lster. Miss
Itoters. to silierlnteml the packing of
her furniture, and will return the end of
Mrs. F. D. WVad leaves for New York
tonight, where she will join her hushand.
From there they will so to Wnshlneum.
jler visiting a number of the winter n-
tufia inrincr souin.
WOMAN LANDS PLACE ON
CREIGHTON DEBATING TEAM
Sout tor ou year
Ask Vpur Dorlo.
Dinner nt All Saints.
A number of prominent Women 1U Miss Uenev Marsh of Council muffs
have charge of the dinner given at tho !Un:iltd for the recond preliminary ion
Wattles" Memorial VarUh house this tive- tot for the fceleotlon of the Cielghton
nlng by the women of All Saints church. ,vnrlty debating tem by being selected
Mrs. William Hill Clarke wll have
i cbaigeln geneial and those tiang charge
!of the different tables will b: Mrs. Taul
llosglalid and Mr. Will Hoagland. who
will havo one. Mrs. 8. fi, Caldwell and
iMiss KUa lae Urown will liav another;
Mrs. M. C. Vetera and Mrs.' .Marry Jor-
aa one of th eight bent speakera appeur.
log In thf first preliminary contest at
the Crljhton 1jw college Tuesday even
ing. Mtis Mai sit Is a freshman In the
Crelghton night law school, and Is a
stenographer for an Omaha law firm.
Phe was the only one of her ssx entered
MOTHER AND BABES IN WANT
Father Disappears and Family 'Now
Without Means of Support.
PROBABLY KnXKU HIMSELF
He Had Shown V'nmlstakable Sl0
of lnsiinll). Said to liar lleen
Snpcrlnduced by llne lu
Mis. I'uul MankonUl. living In two roomi
Of a tittle liiir-room cottage n the rear
of :223 North Twentieth street, Is makf
ing a desperate crfort to mipport hrr-ielf
and her five little children, the oldest S
years of age. and the oungcit n baby
In arms. With whnt ncip sue is geuinif
from neighbors and with what -little
money she can earn by taking In wash
ing, alio Is succeeding In a way, but
should the weather turn cold, she and the
little ones would suffer.
For fourteen years Piti'l Mankoskl
rori.,! in th ii fJniith Omaha packing
houses. For a long tlme( until five wecks.l
ago, he waiTwlth the Hwlfts, where lie
was a meat cutter. One day, with the
other employes of the packing company,
ho left tho house after finishing the
work of the day. but since then he has
nut been yten.
Family lleoonirs Destitute.
UMtiinnf the- nnrnlnirs of the husband
and father, the Mankoskl family became
. ...... nL... I. .i u , . . t 1 . I
nesiHUlP. m'j imu uccu iii 111 . '
bVlght. but thinking that she would stand
a nclier ciuince 10 sei nrn, jit-j.
Lvuakl mc-iv.il liir little ones to Omaha
and rented a portion of the North Twen.
tletlt street house.
tt I not believed that Frank Mankoskl
deserted his family. Those who knew
him say he was a kind, Indulgent and
loving lusband and father. When he
left home five weeks ago he bade tho
wife and children an affectionate adieu,
klesfng them, n was nlwaya. H custom.
. . . i . . T ..i.i . i . .. t. .
110 wore nis wurniuij i'iuiiicr huh ai iiiih
n-l,ui, i,n nitlt unrl;. Iia 1rt tnnls At
tho packing boUse. presumably Intending
to return to worn ine rouotving ,mormnK
tin wi. a. trmDcrdte man nnd was never
known to tquch liquor of .any kind.
Two or three times anting tne last
year Frank Mankoskl showed signs of
Insanity and his wife Is of the opinion
that, suddenly seised with one of these
spells, he killed hlmstlf, He was a hoI
dler In the hlllipines and during tho
service lu the Islapils was flck consid
erable of the time, tic never fully ic
coyered frdm that Illness nnd much of
thu time (lurlns tho last three or four
years had boen unable to work, thlm
losing, mucU time which cut hl earnings
ifhorra Mlii of Insanity.
couple of ntgjitn berore Mankoskl
disappeared ho showed marked signs of
Insanity. He Insisted to his wlfp that
someone was seeking to get In the house
to kill him; ne piled chairs against the
door and barricaded the windows. Ncrft
morning hp seemed to be In normal con
dition. With so many young children Mrs,
Mankoskl Is unable to go out to work
and about all that she can do Is to secure
washing to take home. Last week she
wa unable to earn anything, but Mon
day and Tuesday she earned SI. I'p tb
this, time she has not applied to the
nuthorllles for assistance. All that she
nnd her babies had for supper Tuesday
night wis dry bread, a couple of Ioryc.i
having been brought In by neighbors.
hu allowed Uedlck two years In which to
deliver the deed he should bo forced to
allow It several months at least In which
to pay tho Indebtedness.
Judge Troup took the case under ajdvlse-nent.
Omaha Uni Charged
With Pious Fraud
University of Omaha was charged with
pprpetratlng a pious fraud upon O. . C.
Redlck by E. W. Slroeral, Hedlck's at
torney, In Judge Troup's court, when
Blmeral was arguing In support of Red
ck"a application for foreclosure against
the pioperty he sold tb the university on
tho Installment plan,
Mr. Slmoral declared the university for
two years has enjoyed the ue of the
property, which )s worth $50,000, and has
failed to iKty taxe and Interest totallpg
Itl.oM. The university has not met Its
payments and rtedlck wn(s to foreclose
the mortgajre he took ss security.
Attorneys for th" university said the
rtason It lite been unable to meet pay
ments Is that Redlck never until the IaM
i week has been able to give perfect deed
to the property. The university could not
I raise money from the people when It was
Unable to show them It had any tangible
property The university now has refused
to accept the deed. Its attorneys told
iJudne Troup that a'nee the university
Nebraska Free Land
is Nearly All Taken
in Western Section
Indications are that practically all of
the free land In this state has been
taken. The report bearing the date of
December t shows on that date there
were nineteen (sections In the Valentine
land district subject to entry. This land
Is nearly all In the central portion of
Cherry county, twenty to twenty-five
miles from h railroad. It Is alt sandhill
land, but Is said to be excellent for
prising. It can be filed upon under the
provisions of the Kinkald law that al
lows acres to the applicant. Deeded
land similarly located sells at from S3
to 7.60 per acre,
Tn the Alliance district them wero on
some scattering quarters and eighties,
hut alone they are not considered worth
the tlmo one on!d have to live upon
them In order to secure title. Generally
tie,v are all sind and very hilly.
In thea Alllancu district there were on
December 1 twenty-five sections of eov-
ernment land subject to entry under the
provisions of the Klncaid law. Most of
this land Is the western part of Bloux
county, along the Wyoming lne, very
rough, so much so that It b almost
mountainous. Even for grazing purposes
It Is regarded as practically worthless
unless a bony of several thousand acres
could be. secured. Farther east there are
a few scattering sections of aand hill
The balance of the vacant land in Ne
braska Is In the Broken now district,
where there are a few scattering; small
tracts, none of them belne more tlmn
pains In the chest require quick trMt
ment. Take Dr. King's New Discovery
for safe and sure relief. 50c and 11.00. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.-Advcrtlsemrnt.
May Be Extended
Pupils In the public schools may re
ctive an extended Chlrstmas vacation thlrt
year. Member Jacobson of the Board of
Education has taken up with Superliu
tendent E. l Gruff the advisability of
dismissing school for the Christmas va
cation December 13 Instend of Decem
TO CROW HAIR
This Homemade Mixture Will Tro
niot the Growth of Hnlr nnd
Stop It from Falling Out,
To a half pint of water add:
Bay Rum i n.
Barbo Compound a small box
Qlycerlno u os.
These are all simple Ingredients that
you can buy from any druggist at very
little cost, and mix them youraelf. .Ap
ply to the scalp, once a day for two
weeks, then once every other week until
all, the mixture Is used. A half pint
should be enough to rid the head of
dandruff and kill the dandruff germs.
It stops the hair from falling out, re
lieves Itching and scalp diseases.
Although It is not a dye, It acts upon
the hair roots and will darken streaked,
faded, gray hair In ten or fifteen days.
It promotes the growth of the hair and
makes harsh hair soft and glossy.
jdun. Mra. Hen Cotton and Mrs. Kdwln j in the contest and ranged seventh among
T. awobe; Mrs. D. M. Vlnwophaler and I tho eight ohonen.
Mis. Fred Mela and The e'ght selected In last night's can-
PfiintinfH Mr. W. V. Ourley; A
Mrs. Arthur Mets; Mis
. . .. .. ami Mrs PhuI Nindel. M
ffttftni t ,r ' nl1 Ml"' u'llUan "HI Clarke.
a second preliminary
mSl AKO HEALTH 1 0 bi';l ntH Mb CHILD.
MsaWissvoWS Hootho (jtsce bts beea
kMdtarocr SIXTY YKAItHbv NILUONtt o
is others isr mcir viui.uki.n wullu , utto r
ioOTKEa lh CHILD. fcOFIItNUlie QOM ..r Ha)
At.l-l.VliI.il PAIN CL'Kl'S WIN1ICOMC mA VI I
U tkcbcit leiscer Ut IIIAKIJCI-'A. It l r.U
tolutcly hsitnleis Be ue nd tir M.
!'' boothrag 8ytu?. wad isk no ctbtt
vt 7renv'SF to!U.
rit w l;
BEKMUDA, CUoA. JAMAICA
TImj Koyal Mail Httrmn I'nckct Co.
SAJDCIlWJ.N , ihjX lit, Ada. u S U Stilt
UiklttV, ft ANjf 4TgAU81l TICKET AUT.
s Clara Thomas jtest ill oppear In
jnd Mrs Paul Runlet, Mrs. Dsnlel HaUm, i after Chrlitma. to determine the per-
, sonml of thu varsltv debating team
; which wl.l meet South Dakota State
I university In February.
m.. m.i.vim nl.il. .... . .1.. imktr " " ni e uus -r open
.n tho rarlor, of Metropolitan hall, Man- ' ,0 ,u,'n, ,n,U .P'"'. bt belnt
day evening, The following were Pr- !intA .Ww roerly.
rn.rrii .,riuvr. vuinirtiiru (ii i uesoay
evening's rontast. and of the eight
selected, seven wete law students.
Messr. Matthews and, Horan of latt
j ear's team were among thore bo
ouullfled. The subject of the debate
with South Uak,otu Is. "ttesolvtil. That
inn ..iiriiuan .Miii-trufl LIW Hnouiq PS
rtepealed." and all of the speeches wire
either for or rgatnit this bll'..
John A Uci.newltx prisldtt. and the
i Judges were J. W. Wuodrough. Anson
H Blgelow and William Sternberg
Those srlei-ted In order of merit re
Messera. Matthews. Horan. Simmons.
Robins, Sufianek. Brorsard, Miss Manh
and Ieo Intlchen.
Messrs Mcitl t.
irlson. nnnuin iiuuiter,
htltcmoie. Freeman Uiadiord.
es usunter. ti. u. iievwooa,
Couktlnu. J. W. Johnson,
. J itawiey. l.aurtce Hansen,
William cralghcad. Hu O- Hair,
. C. E. Hall.
1 W. A. Dana.
T i i- K. Jilkcnliart,
I A i Jarhsnn,
, Gcurce A Howies,
J. C. Cheney,
Samuel C roiln.
U W Knight,
A. I. Uerk.
C. I. Hwancutu
W. a Mann.
F. W. Vapor.
J. T Blsler.
II. B. Bogu".
W. . Allen.
J J McMahon.
Frank A- Coulter,
Prist keofc worth a. dollat to tare West ach wesk. Stall yonra .;o
DaffjaiU Xdltor. Ths Bt. 8 Tb Banday Bta for prise wlaasra.
Alvln Kelson, Ida Grove, ta.-U ma'a Nathan Miller, Itao Charles Street-It
nurse disappeared, would she think Paw- i Noah was the first one tu make the first
tucketT 1 u,rk light on he ground, who was ttje
If the cook made a stew, would the ! first one tp make the flrst arc-light the
oyster (wlr) It? No, but the firewood. street?
Inora Denlton. SOT William Street
If a new vessel was built, would Dahl
Thomas Burt. S215 Callforna-lf Denver
base ball team bought a carload of chalk,
could they Mark llall?
tf Mr. Harney and Mr. Douglaa each
utf a pie, and Mr. Harney got sick,
wpuld Mr Harney telephone number
ba tDnuglas ate one too) Douglas il)?
Boy Adams, ail Seward Rtreet-lt It
takes 10 cents to fill a can, what does It
take to Philadelphia?
tf the railing runs ground the porch,
doe the doorstep?
Alena Gray, Methoilst Hospital tf Eve
was made for Adam's Express company,
why did ah mle Cain?
When Phi soli's daughter found
Moses, did the water flag her? No, she
came early to avoid the rushes.
Whm David IBM "All inrn'.r. l,r."
ttljres), was It a musical term?
Bertha II. Bishop, Pleasapton-"Halt! I
Who goes there?" "Me; don't ypu know i
me.' 1 m the tmob that put th bits lb)
I If thu girl started In the wrong direction
'to school, would the. jiap-cake-turner? j
If the children plucked all the prtt j
flowers, would th .snow-ball?
This store is conducting an under
priced sale of genuine Oriental rugs
reductions ranging from 10 to 25
per cent. If you are interested in rugs you
will be interested in these magnificent bar
gains. You are invited to visit us now
whether you wish to buy at once or not.
Miller, Stewart & Beaton
415-17 SeMlh Sixteenth street
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