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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1913.
IT WAS a happy idea of Miss Mary Maraton'n to plan a "tag day" tor
the benefit of the tornado uufferers, and In consequence 2,500 was
added to the relief fund.
The little red bags were of so much service to the young women
that Miss Marston conceived the Idea that the women of South Omaha
might want to use them and have a tag day for those who suffered In the
storm nt Ralston. Early this morning Miss Marstron telephoned to Mayor
Thomas Iloetor of South Omaha. He said he was certain the women of
his city would be very glad to accept the bags and the 5,000 tags which
were not used by the young women Monlay.
The young women who assisted tag day say that never were there
so many cheerful givers. On one corner there was a group of young
women, and a man who had already been tagged, said, "1 guess I will 'take
one from each of you," and they received a dollar apioce for them.
Mrs. F. I,. Haller filled her seven-passenger car with pretty young
women and they distributed the tags to the groups of young women at
the different corners down town. One young woman raised $50 in less
than an hour, averaging a dollar a minute. The sums paid for tage ranged
from 1 penny to $25. A poorly dressed woman of middle age walked up
to one of the young women selling tags. "I haven't very much, but 1
would like to give a penny," she eald, so she was duly tagged.
The $2,600 was raised by about fifty young women, Including:
Misses Mary Marston, Gretchen McConnell, Mae Englcr, Marlon Kuhn,
Genie" Patterson, Dorothy 8lowltts, Leonora Williams, Dorothy Muse,
Oladys Goodman, Elizabeth Bruco, Mary Durkley, Katherlne Thummell,
Minerva Fuller, Minnie Johnson, Gladys. Peters, Daphne Petors, Eleanor
Cushtng, Gladys Hodgin, Mabel Hodgln, Katherlno Woodworth,. Mildred
Rubel, Sidney Stebblns, Irene Majors, Holen Hatch, Margaret Klewtt, Fannie
Rosenstock, Hortense Splesberger, Mamie Splesborger, Pearl Davey, Haiel
Howard, Carol Howard, Dorothy Hall, Dorothy Sayre, Mildred Scott, Helen
Weeks, Helen Smith, Mlldrel Butler, Ellen Crelghton, Irene Carter, Ellen
Welch, Minnie Palmer, Alnlta Palmer, Henrietta Flack, Helen Weeks, Isabel
Vinsonhaler and Helen Howe.
Mesdames George Voss, F. . Haller, Hlnterlpng, J. C, Burkhart,
George Pangle. ,
Wera&n's Club Benefit Ply.
Th spirit of wanting to rive to the
relief fund Is visible on all - occasion
Tfce Omaha Womtn't club will gtvs a
bsaeftt performance at the Brandels
theAUr Wednesday afternoon and even
ing and the sale of seats ts rio burden to
, those, eelllwc tickets. Alt feel that It is
a pleasure to buy tickets and although
many have suffered losses of dlffeient
kinds the ticket sellers are greeted with
smiles. Not only do people take two
seats, bUt four and six tickets are sold
In taort Instances. The poor with the "lch
are buying and In many cases the poor
man or woman gives a dollar where his
rich brother gives half he amount Xso
one seems to be standing; upon ceremony.
Many prominent people of the city are
assisting with the benefit and among
them members of the Players' club.
This Is the first public appearance of
this club this season and It will give two
' sketches. Several pupils of Miss Mary
Cooper will glvs dances, Miss Marie
Swanson win give two harp solos and
the members of the Woman's club will
give the "81dhe of Ben-Mor," under the
direction of Miss Lillian Fitch, who Is
. Mder'of tho oratory- department of ihe
few fr Tirmaia, tftttau.
g The women at the Merrlam hotel were
f, uMsf the first to form sewing societies
fee IM relief work. A bundle of com
mitted garmesAs wa sent to iie Audi-
terium this merrne from this society
" These wemn are sewing under the arec
tie of Mrs. Qeerga Thompson. Kadi
day the women In the hotel assemble In
the parlors and spend the grnttir pan
of the day making garments. There are
' many ether volunteer societies in in city
Wwc the same work. Calls for msUnal
3 at the Auditorium are being made ever
'hour In the day'by these soctetlrs, nd hi
'seme cases they ire furnishing tholr own
material and sending down the new gar-r-
meats. Tho Burgess Shirt company U
having ita sewing girls work on all gar
ments which are needed for immediate
USe. There seems to be a great demand
for clothing for girls from 6 to 11 years
Wiere THty Are.
, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. 8wob. who re
elded at .Fortieth and Harney streets,
have, taken apartments at the Colonial.
Mr. and Mrs. James "Woodard and Miss
Marie Woodard, whose home on Burt
street was badly wrecked, ar staying
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Nash. Miss
Claire Helens Woowanl s In Washing
ton, D. C. and will visit Mr, and Mrs.
E. V. Krug In St. Louis before returning
m Stomach Misery
Tie It! X laaigMtiea, Oat or Seur
im Tire Xiavtet After Tak
isg "face's DUpepia."
It what you Just ate is souring on your
stomach or ties like a lump of lead, re
fusing to digest, or you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food, or have
a feeling of dlsxlness, heartburn, full
ness; nausea, bad taste In mouth and
stomach headache this is Indigestion.
A full case of Pane's Dlapepsln costs
' only fifty cents and will thoroughly cure
f your out-of-order stomach, and leave
sufficient about the house In case soma
one else In tha famlty may suffer from
stomach trouble or Indigestion.
Ask your pharmatlst to snow you the
formula, plainly printed on these fifty
peat cases, then you will understand why
dyspeptic trouble of all kind must go,
and why they usually relieve sour, out.
of-order stomachs or Indigestion in five
minutes. Die papain Is harmless and
tastes tike candy, though each dose eon-J
tains power sufficient to digest and pre
yare for assimilation Into tho blood all'
tha food you eats besides, it makes you
go to the table with a healthy appetite
but what will please you most. Is that
you will feel that your stomach and In
testines are clean and fresh, and you
Will not need to retort to laxatives or
liver pills for btUousnen or constipation-
This city will have many ' Dtapepsln
4 cranty, as some people will call them.
s but you will be cranky about this splen
did stomach preparation, too. If you ever
try a little for Indigestion or gastritis or
amy ether stomach misery,
- Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble arid
Toe suffering from- a nervous
WreaXftewH caused tjy the recut
saws WlU iiaa quiet mi' r- iri
sjIbcsi at tha Blrchakiinlln Sanitarium.
Wiru- '. Smith rB,l,
T-t T- --i -T l - - i
auporiatesxkiit. 3211 St. Mary's Ave.,
. W, Crc. Paaa Dugla S08,
Tuesday, April 1, 1913.
Tom Moore Club Mask Ball.
Invitations are out for the private mas
querade party, which will be given by
the Tom Moor club .at Turner hall,
Thirteenth and Dorcas streets, Monday
evening, April 7.
Omaha Woman's Club.
The literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club has postponed Its mutinies
Indefinitely. The household oponomtcu
department will meet Thursday mcrnlnv
and In placo of having Its program will
sew for the relief work.
Amateur Olub Postponed.
The amateur Musical club minting
planned for this afternoon at the homo
of Mrs. S. 8. Caldwell Is postponed two
Church Flay Postponed.
The members of the Phllathea class of
the First Methodist church, who had
planned Iq give a piay, "Breexy Point,"
April 6, at Jacobs' hall, when the pro
ceeds would go to the church, have post
poned the play Indefinitely,
In and Out of the lee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicholson spent
the week-arid at Colfax Springs.
Mra. Pronklyn Harwood of Chicago
arrived, this -morning to visit her mother,
Mrs. Conint, at the Bachelors.
Mrs. Harry Byram and small daughter,
Miss Helen Byram, who have been visit
ing Mrs. Byrnm's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Tukey, returned Saturday to their
home In Chicago. '
Mr, T A rV Vnn.r1u titiil I t a
Mrs. Alfred Ktllck, and" two children Willi
leave Tuesday for La Jotla, Cal. Mrs.
Kennedy will remain about three weeks
and will leave her children In her home
with her mother, Mrs. 'Robert Purvis.
Mrs. Klllck and children will remain
about six weeks.
George Campbell of Edmonton, Canada,
arrived In Omaha Friday ana left Satur
day evening for his home, accompanied
by Mrs. Campbell, who had been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robert
son, and Mrs. Fred Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Qullck of Denl
son, la., spent the week-end as the
guests of Dr. and Mrs, J. C. Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voss and Loyal
Voss of Denlson wero the guests of Mrs,
J. W. Thomas. They return homo today.
Demand for The Bee
Souvenir Book Just
as Great as Before
More then 46,000 copies of The Be
sbuvenlr book of the tornado had been
delivered by :30 o'clock yesterday
and thousands of orders were waiting to'
be filled. Books are being sent out as
fast as they can be secured from tho
presses which hsve been kept going
night and day since Saturday .morning,
Cost Congress to
Meet Here Next Week
The eighth annual convention of the
Missouri Valley Tyrothetae Cost congress
will be held In Omaha April 7 and 8. In
vitations are now being sent out by the
Commercial club publicity bureau. Head
quarters of the convention will be at tho
Paxton hotel. Among the entertainment
features will be a theater party Monday
evening, a luncheon and auto ride for
the women Tuesday, and a banquet at the
Paxton Tuesday night.
All organised erforts toward Increasing
the permanent endowment of the Uni
versity of Omaha have been suspended
on account of the loss to Omaha caused
by the tornado. Letters announcing this
fact and also giving notice of his own
resignation as business manager of the
university, have been sent to memberl
of the committee of IV) on permanent en
dowment by Charles A. Atden.
SHOW A BIG INCREASE
The gross receipts of the Omaha post
office for the month of March' Jat dosed
are greater by SO per cent than they wer
fur March a year ago. Figures re as
For March. 1811 lltt,utf.t;
For March. 19l
An tlsinlfzsd rnmnnrttAti rt V. a a-Atr .( a
! for March durinc the iat thre. yn
m.ows the following:
1911. Uli lau.
5?l52f -VWJ 'lM-"3
, CCVOIIU a II U IJIlrU
I cU n1 ox Ttnt
Totals ,W pt,w IU.W
All Must Now Have Orders from
Various Belief Stations.
HEED OF AUTOS IS E0W GREAT
Truck Art- Wanted Haul In Che
Imncr Qaantltr of Furniture
Which linn Ilfro Donated
All Otfr Cltr.
One by one the Various relief stations
throughout the city wlU be abolished and
the relief ba-e will be the only place
whero the vict'ms of the storm suffer
ers will b nhle to secure alU. This w-s
the announcement made yesterday by
Captain StriUtngtr. t. 8. A., In charge
of the work at the Auditorium.
The rvprtsentatlrrs at the relief sta
tions trill still remain at their posts, but
their supplies itUI be taken away and
persona seeking old will be given orders
which will be ailed nt the Auditorium.
The work of supplying tho various relief
stations every day has proven to he h
huge task which required much work,
and many of the city employes at thu
Auditorium were required to work In
some cases as long as twenty consecu
Work or Health Department.
employes of the health department who
were stationed at the Auditorium were
ordered to report for duty at tho city
halL Much work Is to be done by the
health department throughout the city
from now on and the department could
not spare the men.
A slight relief from the heavy work of
the laat eight days was felt by the relief
Workers In the Auditorium. The lellef
stations are well stocked with supptleH
and the rellof base was able to catch up
on back orders. A small supply of smok
ing and plug tobacco was sent out to the
various stations. The Uncle Bain Break'
fast Food Mimpany donated seventy-five
cases of their product Five cases wero
sent out to each of the relief stations,
The relief base has on hand a small
quantity of pickles, which will be de
livered on order while they last
More Automobiles Needed.
'Automobiles." said Captain Btrltzinger,
"for relief work are conspicuous by their
absence. Tho' relief work for the suffer
ers Is handicapped very much by reason
of this, as aid cannot bo Riven so quickly.
The emergency fund cannot pay $25 a
day to hlro -work of this kind.
Publicly Thanks the
Donors to the Fund
Treasurer Robert Cowell of the tornado
relief committee has Issued a letter to
the people In grateful acknowledgement
of the promptness with which people hav
contributed to the relief fund, following
ts the letter:
"The people of Omaha are very grate
ful to you for your prompt and kind
contribution to the fund for the relief of
those who suffered from the tornado of
Easter Sunday. Please accept nltfo tho
special thanks of our committee.
"It will gratify you to learn that mat
ters are now well In hand, and while it
wllh take a long time to re? tore the
wrecked homes, Immediate needs nre pro.
Vlded for as soon as discovered, mid re
lief stations are conveniently placed In
all the stricken districts. Gratefully
yours, ROBERT COWHL.L,
Fresh Eggs Are on
the Way from Kansas
While unsolicited donations of money
from outside the state keep pouring In
upon the relief committee, a new class of
donations Is being received. Mayor Dahl
man received a letter from Enoch Hnsse
broek of Riley, Kan., saying the farm
ers In that vicinity had donated about
fifteen casta of eggs, which Hasse
broek would forward at his own ex
pense If they were needed.
Miss Nell Malone, assistant to the
mayor, advised Hassebroek that the do
nation could bo used. Carloads of provi
sions are coming from neighboring
states. Miss Malone, who has been work
lug Incessantly to answer Inquiries ad
dressed to the mayor, has accepted the
checks, money or provisions sent by
generous people from many places.
FREAKS OF THE TORNADO
DO SOME STRANGE STUNTS
A curtain was sucked In between the
top of a large pane of glass and the
sash and held there so tightly that It
could not be removed without breaking
the glass. This Illustrates the suction
power of the tornado. The putty must
have been first removed by the Inward
pressure and the glass tilted Inward,
Numerous pieces of glass were deeply
Imbedded In an interior door, compelling
the furnishing of a new door. Generally
the glass driven Inward was In very
A stone of several cubic feet was placed
on the roof of one house. A stone 'weigh
ing apparently about a halt ton was
placed on another house. A gravestone
was carried two miles.
Books from the city of Omaha were
found north of Neola.
The upper portion of the furnace In a
basement was carried away, Indicating
n suction extending below ground levet.
SENDS WORDS OF SYMPATHY
First Assistant Postmaster General
Daniel C. Roper has written Postmaster
John C. Wharton In reply to an official
letter sent him by Mr. Wharton telling
of the storm and the conditions It
brought about. Following ts Mr. Roper's
1 wish to think you cordially for your
letter of the I5th Instant, giving me more
specific information In regard to the ef
fect of the recent storm at Omaha than
1 have been able to gather from the
public press. There Is one consolation
which may be gotten from this ralamlty.
and that Is the milk of human kindness,
which has been developed from this
general bond of human sympathy.
The postmaster general Is especially
pleased with the prompt and businesslike
way In which the postmasters in the
storm district have cared for the sit
uation and it Is a source of pleasure to
me to ne aoie to congratulate you and
to thank you. In this connection.
Co nub Medicine (or Children.
Too muoh care cannot be tised In select
ing a tough medicine for children. It
should be pleasant to take, contain no
fcarmful substance and be most effectual.
Chiberlin's Cough Remedy mtets
these requirements and Is a favorite with
thf mothers of young children every
where. For ssls by all druggists. Ad.
tionai Canned Foods
The Highest Authorities
I had written for perhaps ten years
warning American women against
csnned foods. I said, put them up at
home or go without them. I beg tbem
now to use csnned foods. We are proud
to have tbem on our table.
For seasons of natural shortage, for
periods, places and times when fresh
goods are' not available, the canned
goods All a most important place In the
modern dietary, and the wbolesomeness.
palatablllty and convenience of the pro
ducts arc in most instances unquestton
able and under modern conditions of life
they are filling a larger and larger need.
OR. HARVEY V. WILEY.
These csnned goods were essential to
the subsistence of the troops In the
Philippines who were scattered through
the Islands and subjected to unsanitary
conditions and surroundings. But the
general good health of the army there,
especially during cholera and plague
epidemics, when canned goods were
principally used, was primarily due to
he variety and wbolesomenaas of the.
flRlO.-GEN. HENRY G. SHARPE,
Commissary Department. U. S. A.
There can be little doubt In the mind
of anyone who has visited a modern can
ning factory where fruits and vege
tables are being prepared for the mar
ket, .izt me product Is actually cleaner
i nan wnen prepared in we oral nary nome.
MRS. NELLB D. CHENOWETH.
Formerly of Household Science. Dcpt,
THE NATIONAL CANNED FOODS WEEK COMMITTEE
U, P, DIVIDES DEPARTMENTS
Colonization and Advertising Busi
ness to Be Handled Separately.
E. A. SMITH GETS A PROMOTION
Will lip fUven Fall Charge of the
Coloalcntlon Department of the
Iload, with liciidqunr
tcra In Omaha.
With the return of Passenger Trattlo
Manaser Fort from tho east corucs tho
official announcement of the promoti(.r
of R, A. HmUh, advertising agent pf thu
Union Pacific, to colonization agent of
the entire Overland system, with head
quarters in Omaha. The promotion U
effective at once. J. A. P. Cummins,
formerly connected with the GhlcaSo and
Now York offices, becomes advertising
The promotion of Mr. Smith dissolve"
the merger of the advertising and colo
nization that has existed for more than
a quarter of a century. Hcr.'arter the
colonization work will be In a department
by Itself and is to be regarded as one of
the most Important In connection with tho
union racittc. as it Is to be turned Into
a revenue producer with a view to fillins
western Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah,
Idaho Washington and Oregon wltn
farmers, building up towns and -stab-llshlng
Industries of all kinds.
Uesldes being a colonization agent,
Mr. Smith wltl do the work usually per
formed by the Industrial commissioners
of other railroad systems. He will get!
In touch with all towns and cities on j
the Lnlon Pacific system and find out
Just what Industries are needed and
what Inducements are offered by the
commercial clubs and other clvlo organ
In selecting a man for the ne,w position
there were many applicants, but after
looking the field over thoroughly. It was
decided that Mr. tSimth possessed the
necessary qualification!! and that his
long acquaintance with the railroad sys
tem and tho country tributary admirably
fitted him for tho place.
In the past the'colonlzatlon end of the
advertising department has not been
abundantly supplied with funds, but now
a liberal appropriation has been made
and Is to bo used in prosecuting the
work and developing the central west.
WOODMEN TO HOLD BIG
CONVENTION NEXT WEEK
The head camp convention of the
Woodmen of the World for Nebraska
will be held at Grand Island April 8 and
9. Train leaves Omaha at 3:60 p, m.
April 7, reaching Urand Island at S:03
p. m., via Union Pacific railway.
Druid camp, No. 24, Woodmen of the
World degree team and staff will exem
plify the three degrees at Grand Island
head camp convention.
Captain Jaspcrson, in command April 9.
Kvery camp clerk of tho Woodmen of
the World who has members affected
by the cyclone should call on John Ken
nedy, city manager, who has charge of
the sovereign cump relief department,
rooms 302 and 203, Woodmen of the
Thirty-eight hundred out-of-town vis
itors viewed Omaha and Its ruins from
the top of the Woudn n of the World
building Sunday. Mavh 30. Each one
received a W. O. W token of their visit
from John Kennedy, city manager.
Simp! Hrb Quickly R
pUbeteshss heretofore town eonsl
abb. and th oalrhope held ut to the
Uen t protons' their years by strict
tofore bMis considered I near
op held sut to the aSUcted his
Uwlr reus by strict diet.
11.4. rt.a ben found to be a soecine la the
treatment ofdUbstes. quickly reducuuttha sdj-
clflogrsTltyand sut. wtorlagvlwandbuDd-
i Mtkntof his wont symptoms. In Uismoai scars
. ted case
tMa pick? forjSe. wlthfree booklet
it -pcill v Jues. thVdUbeUe, conulnlng Ut(t
! 1 ti,.M.HV.n.n1r.MifArI
diet lists and axclalv table or rooa u f"n
pereantasa or st&rcn ana eusw w-uwnjw
Copy No. 27
100 lines x four cols.
To Housewives, the Country Over!
Dealers, grocers, jobbers and manufacturers during this week will partici
pate in a GREAT SALE OF CANNED FOODS to prove to millions of house
wives the purity, cleanliness and quality of these low-cost foods. We want ycu
to try an assortment See what you, can save.
Use Canned Foods a month. Serve them daily fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and iriilk.
You can serve them in hundreds of forms and ways deliciously appetizing. See, at tha end
of each week, what you save on the high cost of living. They are ready cooked. Thcysave
money on fuel. All these foodB are the purest foods produced.
Heat at '250 Degrees The Only Preservative
We use only heat as a preservative, with
sometimes a savor of sugar or salt Our can
neries are close to our supplies. Usually not
more thaniour or five hours. pass.from the time
these foods are taken from their natural sur
roundings until they are sealed in the cans and
sterilized at 250 degrees, ready for the market.
They are fresh when we can them and just
asiresh when you open them as the day they
were prepared. They are perfectly pure,
claan and wholesome. They are even served
to convalescents in hospitals, because physi
cians know that canned foods are absolutely
protected from the dirt and contaminntion-to
which the so-called fresh fruits and vegetables
What Dr. Wiley Writes
Look In your newspapers during Canned
Foods Week for articles by food specialists
by Dr. Wiley, Mar'an llarland and others
Old Woman Makes
Neat Sum Out of The
Bee Souvenir Book
The Bee souvenir book of the tornado
made J 12 for a tornado victim Monday
and she ts. still making money.
An old lady called at The Bee business
office and - wantod om books to sell.
One of the young women working In the
business office heard, her story and out
of her owp pocket bought her twenty
books. Tficse the old lady soon sold, and
with the extra money she had received.
Came back and bought 100 more. Thesi
were soon. gone and altogether she sold
SOU of the pamphlets Monday.
To say that the old woman was most
tickled would bo putting It mildly.
MRS. MORIARITY'S VALUABLE
COAT IS RETURNED TO HER
Mrs. Clara Moriarty did not llko the
publicity The Bee gave her because she
lost her fine coat at the Auditorium when
she was assisting In the relief work.
Now she Is thankful for the publicity
because tho coat has been returned to
her. It was found at one of the relief
stations and had not yet been given out.
Itching Too Tsrrlbls to Describe Per
fectly Oared by Ssslnol.
Washington, Ii. C, Feb. 12, 1913. "Since
early childhood I have suffered untold
misery with that terrible torture, eczema,
on the backs of my hands and fingers.
I havo spent hundreds of dollars on treat
ments and consultations and bought every
known remedy, but could not be cured.
My hands would crack open, oft times
showing the ligaments, and the skin
would stick to the Inside of my gloves.
Qdvs Up All Hops of Cure.
"The Itching was too terrible to describe
and sleep was possible only when In an
exhausted condition. This winter I had
given up all hope of ever finding a cure,
when I heard of Resinol and purchased
some. The results were perfectly marvel
ous. I used three jars of Resinol Oint
ment, with Resinol Soap, and my hands
are perfectly cured. I cannot find words
strong enough to praise Resinol and what
It has done for me. I wish everyone
needing relief from that stubborn and
torturing affliction would give Resinol a
trial. 1 shall be pleased to answer any
Inquiries." (Signed) Mrs. Harry O. Jar
boe. 21 K St.. N. V.
You can try Resinol free, for skin erup
tions, pimples, dandruff, stubborn sores,
bolls, or Plies. Bold by every druggist,
but for trial, write to Dept. -T. Resinol,
Baltimore, Md. Advertisement.
Eleventh and McGeo Sta.
Kansas City. Mm.
LOCATED IN TIIK RETAIL- AND
A hotel of quality and refinement
at reasonable prices. KuroDcan plan
SI to $4 per day. Take elevated
car at depot marked 27th St . dl- i
rtct to hotel.
KtrrEK-llEX80 HOIEli CO..
who know Canned Foods and fhair values.
These people recommend Canned Foods be
cause of their purity, flavor and healthfulness.
Then See Your Dealer
Then go to your dealer and get an assort
ment of Canned Foods to serve for a month
on trial. Do that and
you'll always serve
them. You'll please
the whole fajuiJy.
You'll save on your
bills. Dealers every
where this week are
their Special Sales
Go see your dealer.
See his assortment
and choose what you
like hest, to try..
Get Our RUG
See our large line of Body Brussels and
Wilton Rugs much below Omaha prices.
CALL TYLER 1024
Fire sTornado Insurance
O'Neil's Real Estate &
Trees Shrubs Vines
PRICES CUT ONE-HALF
at 1519 Howard Street
FRANK R. MARTIN
34.-4 ST. EAST at PARK, AVE.. In. y.
A,, the focal point of the terminal zone, on the
c?:t of Murray Hill, cooled by Southern breezes from
the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, COO sunlit rooms.
. ,. , uoume rooms - .
TMllUMra Double bedrooms, boudoir
MMoefaf ftflsctor dressing-room and beth
, , rf Suites Perlolr, bedroom and bath
Mmcqtr Each room with bath
Brus- $R Rfl
Vei oir nn
Rug faVT AA
per dey-sl. 64, 15. t6
ti. ta. $7. w
S. 10. 12
I0, Sit, CIS
Special rates for Summct
Xmtti ed Fo jjj