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TTTK OMAHA RTAY BEE: MAfiOIT 23, 1913.
Monday morning we place on special sale at great
ly reduced prices all broken sets of side and arm dining chairs,
one, two and in some instances up to five of a pattern.
The prices we quote should clean out every chair.
Don't delay, come early chairs in wood and leather seat gold
en and fumed oak and genuine mahogany.
The following will give you some idea as to the prevailing reductions:
3 oak, leather slip seat cliairs, regular
price for three $11.25, now. .. .$7.00
7 wood seat chairs, regular price for
3 golden oak leather seat, box frame
diners, regular price for three $13.50,
2 golden oak leather seat, box frame
diners, regular price for two $6.00,
$5.50 arm chair, golden oak, leather seat,
5 golden oak wood seat diners, regular
price for five $9.50, now. $6.50
5 golden oak, leather seat diners, regular
price for five $27.50, now $17.50
Arm chair, leather slip seat, golden oak,
regular price $7.50, now $4.50
2 golden oak side chairs, leather seat,
regular price for two $7.00, now $4.50
$7.50 golden oak, leather seat diner,
scroll design, 9 iu lot, now, each $4.50
seven $o.4U, now d.ou
$9.00 mahogany' side chair, leather slip
seat, now $4.75
$10.00 side chair, mahogany leather
seat, now $5,50
$15.00 arm chair, mahogany leather seat,
$10.00 fumed oak side chair, Spanish
leather seat S5.50
$7.50 side chair, fumed oak, now $4.50
2 fumed oak side chairs, leather seat,
regular price or two, $15, now $9.00
$5.00 fumed oak side chair, now $3.00
$9.00 arm chair, fumed. oak, Spanish lea
ther seal, now $6.00
Beautiful selection 'of all new spring
patterns in the new colorings.
9x12 ?oyal Wilton Ifugs; regular 3'7
price $42.00, special price PO
Other sizes with special prices as follows:
$2.50 18x36 Royal Wilton, special price $2.25
JfnOO 27x54 Royal Wilton, special price 84. GO
$5.00 36x3G Royal Wilton, special price $4,00
$7.50 3GxG3 Royal Wilton, special price 80.00
$1C50 4-Gx7-G Royal AVUlton, special $12.75
$28.00 Gx9 ft. Royal Wilton, special price
$40 8-3x1 0-G Royal Wilton, special price $34
$5G 9x15 Royal Wilton, special prlco $50
$5G 10-6x12 Royal Wilton, special price ..$50
$65 10-6x13-6 Royal Wilton, special price $55
$57.50 11-3x12 Poyal Wilton, special price $52
Bissall's Gold Medal Carpet Sweeper
Have one sent out oh a week's free ffjQ T
trial. Price $3.0
Oriental rugs repaired by Armenian experts.
Our new Spring line of Curtains and Over Curtain materials are ready for your
inspection. The colorings and designs this season are far more beautiful than in any
previous showing. Our new line includes handsome ready made curtains, Sunfast ma
terials (guaranteed) , etamines, scrims marquisettes, madras, Swisses, fancy nets, etc.
"We mention only a few prices from our large assortment :
Sunfast Madras, 45 inches wide, prices range, per yard, up from. .95c '
j, Scrims, fancy and plain, 40 inches wide; prices, per yard, up from 20c
' ' " Cretonnes, a beautiful assortment, 36 inches wide; prices up from. .25c
Scrim and Cluny Curtains; prices, per yard, up from $1.50
" Pt. Milan, DuchesBO and Applique Curtains at prices that will Interest you.
We Invite you to visit the drapery department. It is a pleasuro to show Jhe goods.
We will measure your windows and submit estimate for rods and shades without
The Gibson Refrigerator
After a thorough investigation of refrigerators
and compiling the results of efficiency tests we are con
vinced that the Gibson is one of the very best medium
priced refrigerators made. The finish of the Gibson is
equal to that of the best furniture; the construction is
the best possibb being made of odorless and tasteless
lumber, tongued and grooved and clamped together; the
circulation is perfect. We have, a line of Gibson Re
frigerators on display in our basement. The prices 1
range from $9.00 up.
Wo are Omaha's exclusive agents for the famous HERRICK
Rofrlgerator. Prices $14.00 and up.
rchard & Wilheim arpet ompany
Before buying your bass, suitcases and trunks you should see our line.
V APPEAL COURT DECISION!
Aetn& Insurance Company Files Ap
peal Over Court Finding.
SAY ItUSTIN WAS SUICIDE
Compnii)- 'Won Id Hvmlr Pnyntent of
Insnrnnce to "Widow of t.ntr
Dr. Frederick llimtln, nit
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March 22. (Spectal.)
The Aetna Insurance company has up
pealed from u Judgment of tho district
court of Douglas county wherein Once
It. Hustln was awarded the mint of
110,000 and Interest amounting to $2,W.W
In addition on n policy of Insurance held
by her husband, Dr. Frederick Husttn,
who was found dead on tho porch of
their residence In Omaha ono evonlng.
A friend of Dr. Rustln, Hanker Davis,
was arrested for the crime, It being
claimed by the Insurance company thai
there, was a suicide compact between
Davis and Rustln which the former, nt
the last moment, had not the nerve to
carry out Davis was acquitted of the
murder and the Insurance company
fought the' payment of tho policy on tho
Tho case waa tried several time, but
each tlmo Mrs. llustln won her case, and
tho last time In tho amount set forta
above. The company appeals from tho
Judgment of t,he court on the grounds
that the. evidence docs not Justify the
Dawson Coroner Inquires.
Attorney general Martin has lecelved
a letter of Inquiry from the county cor
oner of Dawson county ub to whether he,
can oharga more than I0 for hit services
as coroner over tho bodieB of tho victims
of the lato wreck on the Union Pacific
near Gothenburg, In that county. Mr.
Martin has replied that If only one In
quest won heard It would make no dif
ference as to the number of bodlcB
Tho conference committee: to decide
whether new buildings for the inivorslty
ahall bo built at tho state farm and thus
consolidate the two schools there or to
extend the downtown campus will hold
their meeting next Wednesday. Tho com.
mtttco Intended to visit tho farm and
downtown campus Inst Friday, but owing
to tho absence of Dome of tho members
the trip was deferred. The house stands
for extension on the downtown campus
and the senate for extension at tho form.
So far neither side has shown any in
cllnatlon to glvo In.
It Is figured, however, that If the house
has any real regards for tho Btato uni
versity It will break away from tin
kitchen workers and boarding house
lobby and those merchants who insist on
getting cVap labor and agree with the
senate committee. If It does not and
there should be no new building con
structed for the university during the
blennlum, the blame will rest entirely
with the house.
Aged Woman Nearly
Frozen to Death
NORFOLK, Neb., March 22.-(Bpeclal.)
Obeying the flying request of her hus
band that she go to Grand Island, Neb.,
to take care of their dead daughter's
children, Mrs. Mary Uusham, aged GG,
drove overland from Benson, N. D., to
this cltv nnd almost perished In the Mix-
zard from cold and hunger. When found
bv a newsnaner reporter here, huddled
In her tiny prnlrle schooner, she- ad
mitted that Bhe had not had a bite to
oat for two days. She had been out
In her little covered wagon all aldno
during the terrible blizzard that BWePt
this section, and confessed that she had
been bitterly cold In the night.
Tho overland Journey made by this aged
and feeble woman covered more than 40J
miles. Her husband, dying, Bald his only
regret was In departing from hta wife
and his last request was that she go to
Grand Island to care for their motherless
A local wrestler hero started a pjirno
with which to pay the woman's carfare
to her destination.
COWS ARE CONDEMNED
FAIRBTJRY, Nob., March 22. StiecIal.)
Just because fifty head vof pure-bred
Holstetn cows were Infeotcd with tuber
culosis. Dr. Rostrum, state veterinary at
Llncols.' stopped the auction of these
cattlo In Falrbury These cows wcr
purchased by Messrs. C. W Smith and
Phil Dawson of Falrbury. The stock was
first shipped from Elgin, 111., on Feb
ruary 20 and were bought by M. P.
Knudsen of Concordia, Kan. When the
cows ' ve,re shipped out of Illinois they
were examined and approved by Vet
erinary A. Tyler, and when they were
shipped into Kansas, Dr. Bernard of
Uellevllle accepted Dr. Tyler's papers,
but when they were brought .Into Ne
braska It was discovered that Dr.' Tyler
was not a registered veterinary of tho
JV SI MS sss
Dr-Betm F Dailev.
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering it possible to
cllsslfy cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others bo
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tago being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
cial nursing. c
state of IlllnoK Dr. Bostmm of Lin
coln then Inspected thn cattle and found
the entire herd suffering frooi tuber
culosis. These cows range In age from
1 to 5 years and cost almost Jl.OOO. it
Is said that Smith & Dawson will Insti
tute proceedings against the Elgin men
foi the loss. .
GENERAL HALL OBJECTS
TO PLAN FOR STATE TROOPS
(From a Stuff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 22.-(Speclal.)-AdJu-tant
General Hall has Just received from
the War Department a map and lnstruc
tlons regarding the same which will be
put Into effect In case the United States
should be called to go Into Mexico and
protect the Interests of American citizens.
By this map It Is shown that Nebraska
1 would be In the Fourteenth division,
composed of the states of Nebraska, Colo
rado, Kansas, Missouri and orqlng.
Under the allotment of troops the two
Nebraska regiments are listed as one
regiment and put Ina brigade composed
of this one Nebraska regiment and two
from Missouri, giving the command of
the brigade to Missouri.
General Hall objectB very strenuously
to such a formation and it is with the
end In view of having a brigade composed
entirely of Nebraska troops that he has
been working for tho formation of the
third regjment or reserve body of troops.
This third regiment would be composed
almost wholly of men c6mmapded by
commissioned officers who have seen
service and of non-comlsslohed officers
who have had experience In actual
service or In the national guard. By
having such a reserve force the third
regiment would really be Just aa efficient
and possibly more so tTian either of the
regutar regiments and In case of -u. call
Nebraska men would be In a brigade
formation whlfcli would be commanded by
Nebraska officers and Nebraska and not
aorne other state would get the glory
coming from tho fighting ability of its
FREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
WINS FROM SCHUYLER
FREMONT, Neb., March 22.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The Fremont High school
debating team won an unanimous decis
ion over thb Schuyler team here last
night. The question of commission form
of government cities was discussed and
Fremont had the affirmative. The ludee
were: Superintendent Morton. Ashland;
Superintendent Campbell, Columbus;
Principal Gates, Blair. Debators for
Fremont were: Edwin Shomshor. Harold
Mason and Harry Johnson; for Schuyler:
Emil Krohullk, Jessie Sprecher and John
Doelitiiintory Content nt I.exlnirton.
LEXINGTON, Neb., March 22.-(8pe-
clal.) The twenty-second declamatory
contest of the Lexington High school was
held In Smith's Opera house In this city
Thursday night. There wero seven con
testants. Miss Alice Temple was given
first place and Miss Ruth Robert sec
ond. Miss Templ will represent the
Lexington High school at the district
contest to be held at North Platte April
5. The Judges were Miss Bothwell, Mr.
Kirk and Mr. Wlnchell, Ml from the
Kearney State normal.
Ouldrn WeddlnK tn llurlliiKtou.
IIARTINQTON, Neb., March 2-(Bpe-clal.)-Mr,
and Mrs. J. G. Anderson of
this city celebrated their golden wedding
anrjversary Thursday in company with
their four children, ten grandchildren
and many relatives and friends. The
event partook of the nature of a semi
religious festival and a meeting was held
at the Swedish Lutheran church, after
which an elaborate dinner was nerved.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson vere married In
Sweden fifty years ago and came to the
Cnlted Hates In 1SSS, settling at once In
this county and city.
MERCHANTS OF ASHLAND
SELL OUT THEIR BUSINtSS
ASHLAND, Neb., March 23.-SpeclaU
After a business existence of nearly
forty yearn In Ashland, the store of tho
Clarke Hardware company has Just been
sold to F. W. Bontz, who comes here
from Winner, a new town In Tripp
county. South Dakota. A. R. Clarke and
J. U Mlddleton, who have hud tho busi
ness In charge for the past ten years,
although retiring, do not expect to remove
from tho town.
A business enterprise that has been out
of commission for nearly two yeurs by
tho removal of " a dam In Salt creek Is
soon to be revived? N. P. NelBon, a
banker of Dorchester, who recently
bought the Jewel roller mills of J. H.
j Shell, who conducted the business pearly
iweniy years, is preiJiinuti iu iiisiuu u
fifty horsepower kerosene engine and re
sume the manufacture of flour and feed
early next month.
The body of Mrs. Ella Moss, wife of
Olllson -Moss, who suicided at her homo
In Omaha, were brought here for burial.
She was aged 23 years and the act was
caused by despondency, due to 111 health
The High school declamatory content
held here resulted In a tie for first hon
ors and Bernle Rerkhelmer and Miss
Blanche Melnsen will represent the school
at the district contest In Fremont next
week. Miss Ethel King, who waa only
five points behind the leaders, was ac
corded third place. Tho Judges were E.
A. Wlggenhorn. Jr., F. E. White and Mrs.
i u i la. 1 1 i
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE
HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES "
Formerly King-Swanson Co.
A short, convincing
righ t-to-th e-poin t ch a t
on quality clothes
Nowadays thoro is as vast a dif-
foronco in tho Clothes that a store
soils as thore Is tn tho stores thom
polves. A badly arranged, uninviting
Blorc, lack of courteous attention on
tho part of tho salesman, a poorly organ
ized slorn Borvlco, nro undeniable evi
dence of slip shod methoda boing cm-
ployed nnd slip ahop methods In these
Important features are na cortnln to
signify poorly selected, tnko-n-chnnco-clothlng
na tho letter "U" Is bound to
follow tho letter "Q". Now, Sir; enn
you afford to Invest your money In any
other than tho "host" that Is possible to
be obtained for tho price paid? Very
few of you can. Wo know It,, and be
cause of the fact, that this Oroat Cloth
ing Institution, at all times, offers you
garments thnt aro superior In ovory way
to thoso found eisowlmro. wo Invito you
to select your Now Spring Suit horo,
whore your satisfaction Is tho first consideration.
The sort of qua'ity suits that partic
ular men demand can be had here
Referee Reports in
KEARNEY, Neb.. Match 22.-(Speclal.)
Judge F. C. Harrison of Orand Island,
appointed refereo In tho case of George
Conroy against County kludge F. M.
Hallowell of Buffalo county, which Is
an ouster proceeding In an effort to ex
pell the Judgo from office, ha filed his
report with tho county court. The caso
waa taken up against tho Judge by the
county attorney and the Board of Super
visors, who charged hlin with practicing
law In his own 'court nnd unlawfully
preparing pupers for cases and accepting
fees for such work. Tho report states
that practically the only count on which
the Jucfge may be held Is that of prao
tlclng law In his own court and that the
moneys said to have been appropriated
by him were merely mistakes th enter
ing tho same on the books nnd that all
moneys had been turned over to the
Presiding Judge Hosteller before whom
the case would likely bo urgued stated
that he would prefer thut It bo taken
dlreatly to the supreme court, where
It would ultimately be taken In any event.
This suggestion will likely be followed.
Grows Beautiful, Heavy Hair,
Wc Prove It 25 cent "Danderine5
Destroys dandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and invigor
ates your scalp Delightful dressing.
To bo possesrd of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and free 'from dandruff Is merely
a matter of using a little Dnndertno.
It Is cusy and Inexpensive to have nice,
soft hair and lots of It. Juit get a 2S
cent bottle of Knowllon's Danderlns now
all drug stores reoommend It apply a
little as directed and within ten minutes
thero will be an appearance of abund
ance.; freshness, flufflness and an In
comparable gloss and lustra and try as
you will you cannot find a trace of dand.
ruff or falling hair; but your real sur
prise will be after about two weeks' iuo
when you will see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new hair
sprouting out all over your scalp Dan
derino Is, we believe, the only sure hair
grower; destroyer of dandruff and 'curt,
for Itchy scalp aril It never falls to stop
falling hair at once.
If you. want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth
with a little Dandorlne and carefully
draw It through your hair taking one
small strand at a time. Your hair will
bo soet, glossy and beautiful in Just a few
momenta a delightful surprise awaits
everyone who tries this. Advertisement.
, WALKS MILE WITH HALF
1 HIS FOOT CUT OFF
I NORFOLK, Neb.. March 22.-(Speolal.)
Elmer Varner, a farmhand near Norfolk,
chopped half his right foot off with an
axe and then walked a, mile and a half
to a house where the wound could b
SHERIFF EMPTIES LIQUOR
FROM RA INTO CREEK
ASHLAND, Neb,, March 22,-(Speclal.)
Acting under an order issued by IS. B.
Good, Judgo of tho dlatrict court at
Wahoo. Sheriff Jerry Datluy, Jr., th's
afternoon publicly emptied 3,400 bottles f
of liquor that has been stored since the
premises of the "Ashland club" were
raided on September 4 last on a warrant
charging Henry G. Smith, manager of
the club, with unlawfully selling liquor
without a l'ccnse. They were dumped
Into Salt creek. Henry Smith, lato man
ager of tho club, pleaded guilty to tho
charge when arraigned before Judgo
Good at Wahoo and was given a flno of
$300 and costs, which he has elected to
serve out In the county Jail, mnklng his
committment about 100 days In all.
Telephone Plnnt for Ijexlmcton.
LEXINGTON, Neb., March 22. (Spe
cial.) The Nebraska Telephone company
has started work In the city of Lexing
ton to Install a new system of telephones
which Is known as the metallic system.
A large sum of money will be spentv
New poles aro now In the streets and
Sirs. I.llllc Ilrhrliiurr.
TI3CUMB19H, Neb., March 22.-(Mpo.
clal.) Mrs. Lllllo Bphrlnger, wife, of Dan-,
lei Behrlngnr, died at tlm family homo at
Scottsbluff, Neb,, Thursday. She had
been In poor, health for threm yeurB and
had been confined to her bed for some
mouths. She waa year old. Mrs.
Behrlnger'B maiden name wua IJlIIe Fral
ley and she was the daughter of Henry
Fralley of this city. She was" married to
Mr. Behrlngcr Februnry 4, 1831. In 1910
tho family moved to Scottsbluff, where
Mr. Uehriiiger Is In the general merchan
dise business. Six children were born to
Mr. and Mrs. Behrlnger, five of whom
are living" at liome. Tho body, accom
panied by the husband and children,
rcaohed. Tecumseh today. The funeral
will be held Sunday afternoon at 2
J II roll fiooil.
I'ISRIT. Neb.. March 22jr(Bpeclal Tele-gram.)-Jacob
Oood, air old settler and
prominent citizen of Peru, died of appen
dicitis In a hoHpltal In Grand Island on
Thursday, March 20. Mr Good had im
portant commercial Interests here, but
had been In 111 health for some time and
wns visiting a daughter at Wood River,
Neb., whciij bjs fatal Bclrure occurred.
Frederick Wllllnm Dfvop,
NEW YORK, March 22,-Krederlck;
William Dovoe, one of the pioneers In the
paint manufacturing Industry of the
country, dlod hero last night In his
eighty-fifth year. ' , ,
Column of French N
by Arabs in Desert
PARIS, March 22,-Dlsparches today
tell of the virtual annihilation of a
small column of French troops by Arabs
In the Aderan region of western BaharaJ
A body of 1,000 of tho Intractable Ber
ber tribe of Awellcmld swoopod down nnd
surrounded tho Fronch detachment, whlqh
was marching through the shifting sands
of the desert about three days' Journey
from Timbuktu, the. French military sta
tion. After a fight lasting all day, the French
troops were overcome, Their commander,
Lieutenant Martin, and four sergeants
wero killed together with fifty-three na
A few troopers escaped on pack horrcs
and brought the news to headquarters In
Timbuktu. They declared that the Arab
suffered tremendous losses before the
ammunition of the French troops wan
plotcly hidden by huge banks of flowers
contributed by sympathizing friends.
The funeral was solemnized at the
Presbyterian church at 1 o'clock and
hore again wero gathered sorrowing
friends nnd two brothera of Mrs. Perry,
W. Tedrow and J. F. Tedrow. hn
arrived from Republic City, Kan., yoa
torday. Rev. W. L. Hood, an evangelist,
had charge of the services and appro
priate music was rendered by a volunteer
double quartet composed of the best
musicians In thn city. The Interment was
In Mountain View cemetery.
ADDRESS AMERICAN BAR
ST. PAUL, Minn., March 22. Frank U.
Kellogg, president of the American Bat
association, arrived at his home hero t0!
day and confirmed previous reports that
Viscount Haldane, lord high .ohancellor,
of England, would deliver one of the
principal addresses at the association
meeting next summer..
IlrocL Elects Trncliers.
BROCK. Neb.. March 22. (Hpeclal.)
Mlss Goldle Applegate has, been elected
prlnolpal of the Brock school. Other
teachers elected are Misses Snodgrass,
Anderson and Davis. The place of as
sistant principal Is yet to be filled, It Is
probable that another room will be fitted
up and another teacher added for next
Slashed irtth a Ilnsor,
wounded with a gun or pterced by a rusty
nail, Uuckloi's Arnica Salve soon heals
the Injured part. Guaranteed. o For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Get rid of your
cold novr. Take
no chances with
lot! )f, Hull'lCoucti Srnjp lor coMi uwl toutha.
teu It lwti fc.li. I would Uk DO btlMr,'
Kit. C. Brcii, Ml ML lUIltKt Ay.., Uu.lt.lUh.
ft?1 FREE SAMPLE ts-H!SS&
Wire Service Still
CIlfCAao, March 22. So Bevoro was the
effect of the sleet storm yesterday cn
telegraph and telephone wires that It
will bo several weeks before the damago
has been repaired completely. Thero
wns some Improvement today, but at
best telegraphic aervlco was feeble and
liable to Interruption.
Some curious routings of messages were
made necessary by the prostration of
the wires, It Is only eighty-five mllea
from Chicago to Milwaukee, but press
telegrams from Chicago went from Chi
cago to Pittsburgh, whd around op a
leased wire through Columbus, O., Cin
cinnati, Kansas City, Omaha and Minnea
polis to Milwaukee. The Associated
Press' leased wlro o Peoria was routed
via Pittsburgh and .U. IxuIm.
It Is estimated thatvtho damage dona
to wires will' aggregato ?2.00aO3O, the
heaviest loss which the telpgraeh and
telephone companies have suffered from
storms In the lust five years.
FAIRBURY, Neb., March 22-(BpcclJ,)
Milliard Oemlny of Junction City, Kan.,
and Mian Grace Bell, a former Fairbury
girl, wero married at Dlller Thursday,
Mr. Oemlny was formerly an Isleotrlclan
for tliu Falrbury Light and Power com
pany. The bride 'was a popular stenog
rapher of Falrbury. Mr. and Mrs.
Gemlny returned to Falrbury after tha
wedding for a brief vlslc with friends.
They will live In Kansas City.
BODIES OF VICTIMS OF
BLIZZARD LAID TO REST
RAPID CITY. S. D.. March 22,-(8pe-clal.)
Arrangud In the order of their
seniority, tho bodies of the six members
of the Perry fumlly, who perished on
tho Box Elder divide In last Friday's
blizzard, lay In the Behren's undertaking
establishment Thursday whllo a crowd
of 2.000 people passed by them to take a
final look at the victims of the worst
tragedy which has ever visited the Black
The bodies are encased In neat black
coffins, father and mother first and then
r-ame the bodies of three little sisters
nnd a baby brother less than a year old.
The coffins rested on standards com-
The highest- point of woman's hap
piness Is reached only through moth
erhood, In the clasping of her child
within her arro.3. Yet tho mother-to-be
is often foorful of nature's ordeal ,
and phrinlcs from tho suffering inci
dent to its consummation. But for
nature's ills and discomforts nature
provides remedies, and. in Mother's
Frlond is to bo found a medicine of
great value to every expectant mother.
It is an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act with beneficial and sooth
tafc effect on those portions of the
system involved. It Is intended to v
prepare tho system for the crisis, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
ing through which the mother usually
passes. Tho regular uso of Mother's
Friend -will Tepay any mother In the
comfort it affords before, and the help
ful restoration to hoalth and strength
it brings about after baby comes.
is for sale at
drug n tor os.
Write, for our
free book for
expo tant moth
ers which contains much valuable
Information, and many suggestions ot
s. helpful nature.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., AtlsaU, Ca.
sOrkin Brothers to Hold Big
Next Wednesduy, March Mth, Orkln
Brothers will hold a sale of high olass
Jewelry that they purchased at a low
price and will placo It 6a at sxaAtly