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THE BEK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
big wheat crop is ASSUREDiHammock Season Makes
From One to Three Inches of Kain
Falls All Over the State,
ALL OF KANSAS ALSO IS SOAKED
frjillrnnd Crop Kxicrl Sny It l,e
Most t?enrrl Sprlnn Ilnln the
Veat linn Ever Hnjojrd
With from one to three Inclir-c of pre
cipitation all over Nebraska, Kansas,
Colorado and South Dakota since Wednes
day morning, railroad officials are cstl
matin the condition or winter tvhtat in
the states named at 100 per cent, plus.
Instead of the rain ceasing Wednesday,
os was anticipated. It continued all day
and most of the night, from the moun
tains, east Into central Iowa. It was
general everywhere, McCook and vicinity
reporting three Inches; Central City,
Mlnden, Harvard and a score or more of
other points In both the North and South
riatte country sending In stories of from
one and one-half to two Inches. One Inch
nnd better waa the general report from
Almost every town from tho Missouri
river west to tho state line and far down
Into Kansas and Oklahoma.
According to railroad ciop experts, the
rain of Tuesday and Wednesday was tho
most general In years, covering prac
tically every acre of the wheat bolt west
of the Missouri.
H. o. Kalll of Kansas City, general
frtlght and passenger agent for the
Union Pacific lines In Kansas, Is at head
quarters and speaking of the rain of this
week, says It has been the mofct general
In ten yoars. Said Mr. Kalll:
'The rain of the last'threo days as
sures a bumper crop for Kanns and
Oklahoma. Tho plant of the cereal Is so
far along that the crop would mature
without another drop of rain. The acreage
Is enormous and this year Kansas will
have to feed the world. Tho farmers
have out fully 7,000,000 acres, an Increase
of almost 1.000,000 acres over last year,
nnd right now tho condition Is perfect."
In tho northwest, especially through
"Wyoming nnd Bouth Dakpta. the weather
is clearing nnd thlH morning when re
ports were filed for tho railroad head
quarters. It was mucli colder, many
points In Wyoming nnd the western part
of Nebraska showing temperatures of
from 36 down to freezing. In the sections
named It Is not bclloved that a drop in
t(mpcrature tn f reeling would do any
harm. It Is not a fruit section of coun
try and corn and vegetables am not
planted to any extent, and oven If they
are, they aro not far enough along to
be nipped by frost.
More Work for Lamp-Lighter
Let him who doubt that spring has
come taKo a rldo or n walk through the
residence districts of Omaha. Even tike
away the budding tree und shrubs, the
chirping birds, the blossoming lilacs und
flowers; take awuy tho back yard gar
dens; tako awuy the moving vans und
the fluttering rugs upon tho clothes lines
tnkti away nil these nnd let him who
doubts ride or walk through the reoldcnce
districts and still ho will find tho most
convincing sign of spring.
What Is It? Illst-kcep this dark. The
crcntora of thin most certain Indication
of spring naturally are keeping It dark
both the Becret nnd the sign. No, really
It wouldn't do to tell It right out. Just
ask the lamp lighter. He can tell mrl
not with a smile eliher. With a rag In
hand ho goes about every night wiping
off tho globes of the gag stleet lamps.
At this time of tho year, says he, thute
lumps do get dirty. And a peculiar thing
about It, he declares, tho dirt Is always !
on the side next to the house. Mure- !
over, ho finds that tho dirty lamps nevr-r
are In front of large buildings. They Hi- j
wnys stond directly In front of a houoe.
Further, he says, a settee or a hammock j
Is on tho porch of tho house. Just now ,
tliey get dirty ho knows. It Is always n 1
thick dirt; sometimes It'a mud, smeared '
nil over the side of tho globe. Yes, he !
says, sometimes It's worse than dirt. It'a
OF BIG SPECIAL
Tho Ktratcst bargain aalo day of the entire year. Every one ot
theae special cvcntB Is an occasion of tremendous interest to those
who care to economize.
SAYS 0MAHAT0BE GREATER
Editor of the Mediator to Talk of
This City at St. Louis Friday.
SOCIALISM CANNOT BE SUCCESS
Speaker Tells nnslnes Men tt la
tinned on Xcntlmeiit, Which Is
All Itlajht for Women
for Restoration Are
Made by Committee
Thirty-five loans averaging some JfiOO
npleco have thus far been made to tor
nado vlctums by tho restoration commit
tee out of tho restoration fund. Home
twenty-five other cases aro being consid
ered. In these cusea tho data Is all se
cured and tho committee Is only waiting
to see what monoy the Indlvlduul Is able
to borrow from tho loan company, real
estate company or Individual that Is hold
Ing the mortgage. The restoration com
mittee will aupply the rest on second
mortgage. Doiens of cases report to the
restoration committee that It Is afterward
found do nut actually need the help of
tho restoration committee. Many have
aet their case beforo the committee and
when tho commttteo analysed tho case
It haa referred tho Individual to tho loan
company or other Institution currying
his loan. Often tho man finds that tho
company Is ablo and willing to make him
the further loan required. In more cases
still tha company, loaning on a 40 to 60
per cent basis, Is able to make tho loan
ot part of tho money required to restore
the place. When this loan Is completed
the Individual comes back and the com
mitter carries the rest for him on a sec
Will Sell $50,000
Park Bonds as Soon
as the Law Permits
COMMERCE SCHOOL TO
PUBLISH ANNUAL IN JUNE
It has been announced that the Com
merce school will put out an annual In
June. The annual will consist ot the
usual school paper, only containing much
more material and being of even better
appearance and quality.
Every society In the school, as well as
the two year and four year seniors, haa
been asked to co-operate In furnishing
group or Individual pictures, and, as tha
editorial staff has -announced that the
treasury of tho paper will not permit of
so great an expenditure. It will be neces
sary for each club to stand the expenso
of these cuts themselves. Outside of the
cost of having pictures taken and cuts
made, however, no additional charge for
printing will be made.
Those clubs whose pictures and write
ups ai4 expected to appear In tho annual
are as follows:
The Shakespeare club, the Junior Com
mercial club, the Olrls' aire club, the
ntrls' Athletic club, the Social Culture
olub. the Boys' Olce club, the two-year
senior class una the rour-ycor senior
Each club la asked to appoint a commit
tee to write a short sketch of the otflcors,
formation and history of tho olub, which
will appear In connection with the club
'Mediation In Omaha," will be the sub-
Ject of an address by J. K. Turner, editor
ot tho Mediator of Cleveland, O.. at St.
iouls Friday night. An announcement
of his subject there was made In a
speech before tha Commercial clUh of
Omuha on "Industrial Mediation."- Ha
complimented Omaha on the quick work
of restoring tho homes and buildings
which were destroyed by tho tornado and
said he would tell St. Ixiulsans how,
through mediation, Omaha has como out
of n great disaster greater than before.
"You have been mediators In the largest
way possible," ho said.
In telling of his studies of the problems
of capital and labor during the last thirty
years, tho speaker concluded with the
assertion that unionism as It Is organized
today Is on the w.ano. It' has proven an
economic loss, he declared. Tho fees und
duos and special assessments have cost
tho laboring men more money thun they
liave been able to get out of organization
In rosults. IIo said ho would not con
demn tho laboring man for thls;t that It
wus the fault of tho loaders.
HiK'lulUm Cannot Succeed.
Socialism, too, said Mr. Turner, will
not bo a success. "It has pounded away
for decades without any appreciable ro
sults. It Is of no Importance brcauso It
based on sentiment. Sentiment Is a
good thing for women and children, but
will not do as a foundation ot a
thoroughly business government. They
are having all they want of sentiment In
England right now."
Tho principal point the speaker tried
to bring out In hla address was that If
labor can bo organized apart from the
mployor It can bo organized to the em
ployer. Ha, urged that capital and labor
get Closer together. "No man ever li
at odds with another man If he under
stands that man," said he. "And the
only reason the employers and employes
can't get together la because they merely
think they can't. We roast the corpora
tions and the trusts because we do not
understand them and they roast those
who fight them because they do not
understand tho contentions of those who
are fighting them. They must come to
sec that they are no stronger than the
weakest man working for them and
those working for them must realize that
labor consumes more than 9) per cent of
what It produces.
Mr, Turner urged the employers to
tudy the men working for them. "In
every man's heart there Is a deslro to do
something. If you find a man In the
Fifty thousand dollar park bonds for
use In Improving parks In the city this
year will be Issued r the city comtii's
slon as soon as possible, according to
Park Commissioner Hummel, who I urg
ing the city council to arrange to o.lspon.3
of thn bonds that tho money may no
available this year.
"The law passed by the legislature wns
without tho emergency clause," said
Hummel, "and therefore docs not go Into
effect until July. Wo want to be ready
as soon as that law Is In effect to Issue
and dispose of thesa bonds or else the
money cannot be .used this year."
This law .applies only to park bonds
this year, for hereafter tho funds for
such purpose will be provided In tho mar
ner the city charter writers deem most
At the last city election the 0.000 park
bond Issue was defeated by 'tha people.
The result has been that park work has
been abandoned practically for lack of
TO MAKE TOUR OF ROAD
SOUTH DAKOTA PAYS FOR
G. A. R. GETTYSBURG TRIP
W. II. Roland of the Pennsylvania
lines Is back from Pierre, whore ha
landed the Grand Army business of South
Dakota that Is to move toward Gettys
burg, where the unveiling of the peace
monument and reunion will occur July
2, 3 and 4. next.
The South Dakota legislature appro.
prlated $10,000 to bo expended In taking
care of the state Grand Army men who
BO to Gettysburg. The' delegation will
consist of 250 veterans from different
parts of the state. They will travel on a
pedal train of standard sleepers that
will go over the Milwaukee to Chicago.
where the train wilt be taken over by
Most Prompt and ISffrctunl Ore for
When you have a bad cold you want a
remedy that will not only give relief,
but effect a prompt and permanent cure,
11 remedy that Is pleasant to take.
remedy that contains nothing Injurious,
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all
these requirements. It acts on nature'
plan, relieves the lungs, aids expctora
Uon, opens the secretions and restores
the system to a healthy condition. This
remedy has a world-wild sale and use.
und can' always be depended upon. For
J by all druggists. Advertisement
to the Bltus.uoo.-Bee Advertising.
Vice President Byram and n party of
nurllngton officials aro out on the regu.
Inr spring tour of Inspection, their pur
pose being to go over all of the Nebraska,
Kansas and Wyoming lines beforo return
ing. From Omuha General Manager Hol
drego will acoompuny them over tho Ne
braska and Wyoming lines, theso being
within his territory
This trip ot Uurllngton officials at this
time has nothing to do with the con
struction of new lines, though bofore re
turning they will take a look at the Pow
der river extension east through Wyo
ming. The main object Is to get an. Idea
of tho extent of the crop acreage, vlow
the physical condition of the road and
observe what Is necessary to keep It up
to Its present high standard. Tho trip
will consume two to three weeks.
Over 2,000 of 'em.
Have you noticed tho very at
tractive weaves and colorings
on display for this season?
For months, we've
wrong pluco It Is your duty to see that j b 6 6 n anticipating
ho gets In tho right place You can't fit
u round man In a square hole."
for Wage Earners
A very attractive Illustrated folder of
Melrose Hill, nnd one which should
strongly appeal to wage-working homo
seekers. Juis just been Issued by Payne &
This Is a high and sightly addition
southwest of Hanscom park, within two,
blocks of the West Sldo park car line
und within nn easy twenty minutes' walk
from the Union Stock yards. Tho addi
tion contains about 170 large, roomy lots.
nearly one-half of which wore sold years
ago, the prices ranging from W0 to tSOO
A non-resident owner has now decided
to close out the remainder of tho addi
tion some eighty cnoice lots ana lias
authorised Uie above agonts to put the
prices and terms within reach of tho
humblest wage earner 1150 to 6 per lot,
with only 110 down and 15 per mouth,
Puyne & Slater comixuiy begin a big
special sale of thoso lots at Melrose Hill
Saturday morning, and expect to clean up
the entire eighty lots within two days.
The agents will be glad to furnish these
Illustrated folders to anyono on appli
cation. Watch for the big advertisement
ot this special sale In tomorrow s paper
the time when
you'd bo wanting madetoorder
smart new Spring clothes.
A wealth of new materials
have been collected, ready to
exhibit to you now.
Early buyers secure first pick
ing. You'll find the cost less
than you expect.
$25, $30, $35 and up.
. "W Jcrrems' Sons
209-11 So. 15th St.
SCHWAGER IS CONFINED IN
SALT LAKE CITY HOSPITAL
Charles Bchweger, manager ot the
Alamlto dairy, Is In a hospital in can
Lake City recovering from an operation
tor acute appendicitis. He became 111 on
the train and when Salt lko t,iwr w
reached he waa removed, rushed to a
h.i .n.1 the operation waa per
formed. According to Information re-j
celved he is slowly recovering irum
shock of the operation.
"Died of Pneumonia." j
Is never written of those who rure coughs (
mi noids with Dr. King's New Discovery
Guaranteed. " 60o and Jt-OO. For sale by t
Beaton Drug Co.-AdverUsemcnt. j
Th BJ Day Rout
NEW YORK HAVRE PARIS
Blrsol Rout tt Cintlnent
NWi Urct fast, turbine,
quadruple and twin screw
mall at earns ra
Pram New York, Thursdays
Touralna- May 1.
La IorraU Mr L Mr 1. Jul 1. Av t.
Krane Nw- Mr II, la t, Jun II, Jul Ji.
U l'rotoe Mr U. Jn 17, Jul II, -A( U.
N w, la rf,Q uad ru pU a n4 twrl n Mr w,
ana alasa (III. uttla at samara. Bubm
rlor rvlo. Popular prloss.
Prom New York, Baturdsy
HorhtnibauMr X Mr M, Jul I, Aux It,
CMcaco-May 1. Jua II, Aug t. Aug M.
Ntasata- Mar li, Jun 11. 8p 11, Oct 1L
JuabM Kavr Paris
6u CIsm (If) SsvUn tUamra
PbaoI msui la Cawidlis tniwHinric Hirks
I La Touralna- Mar 14, Jiin 11
I Niagara July II, Aug 11.
1 Tncartalaa mcksi atcaatf of tab Has. Wliv
1m ttktnt. nbaaitM bell algaala sa4
Xattxto W. Xoamlnakl Son. West
ern Art-. 139 JT. Dearborn at
cnOwrq. or any looa4 AKWk
Sale of Jewelry, Watches and Clocks
Wo place on sale tho entire Block of a New York im
porter and wholesale Jeweler and offer the moat romark
able bargains In tho history of Omaha. Tho stock com
prises thousands of pieces of solid gold and gold filled Jew
elry, diamond sot Jewelry, watches and clocks. Watch
Friday night papers.
Sale of Growing Rose Bushes at 10c
Just 15,000 American Beauty and Klllarney Rose
bushes, all in foliage and some in bud. All ready to set
out and will bloom In a few weeks. Help beautify Omaha.
Sale of Three Year Old Fruit Trees
10,000 throe-year old Cherry Trees, Apple TreeB, Poar
Trees and Peach TreeB, each separately wrapped and ready
to plant, at each 19
Apricot TreeB, at each ..25 Currant buBhes, each.. 5
Removal Sale of Shoes
We will move our shoe department noxt week into the
new Btore, main floor. Saturday we will sell all Hues of
men's and women's shoes that are not complete, at a big
Womon's $3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords and Pumps. .. .S1.95
Women's $3.00 and $3.50 High Shoos, at 81.95
Men's $3.50 Oxfords, at SI 85
Men's $3.00 High Shoes, at S1.95
Removal Sale Men's Suits and Odd Pants
Various sections of our Men's clothing departments
will bo removed to main floor, old store.
Wo will soil Immense lots of our Mon'a $15.00 and $17.50
Sultfl, Saturday at S12 50
Men's Odd Pants, worth up to $5, at S1.98 and $2.50
Removal Sale Boys' Clothing
Saturday wo will sell Boys' Norfolk Suits at S3.25
Boys' $10 Long Pants Suits at SGiSO
Boys' $1.00 Knickerbocker Pants at 49
Boys' 75c Blouse Waists at 39e
A Sale of Women's Spring Coats
Hundreds of Women's New Spring Coats in tho most fash
lonablo models and newest materials, at $10 $15 $19
A Sale of Women's Silk and Lisle Gloves
Elbow length and short gloves In silk, lisle and chamolsette,
worth regularly up to 75c, will bo sold Saturday, on main
floor, new store, at pair 39t
Sale Women's Untrimmed and Trimmed Hats
Women's New Summer Trimmed Hats, worth up to $25,
at .............$10 and $16.50
Women s New Summer Untrimmed Hats, worth up to $5,
at $1.49 and $1.79
6O0 Bunches ot Flowers, at per bunch 12t
17-lnch $4.00 French Plumes, at $2.50
A Sale of Sewing Machines
Twenty-five special bargains in the best known makes
of Sewing Machines Saturday in Pompelan Room.
If you hava any rooma
apartments or houses to
rent, you should let these
newcomers know and the
way to tell them is through
the Bee classified pages.
People who come into
Omaha always read the
Bee first. It has a national
reputation., and everybody
looks to it for information.
Better put your "for rent"
ads in The Bee right now.
FRIDAY A NOTABLE BARGAIN DAY
Beautiful New Silks Greatly Underpriced
Plain nnd fancy Silks, including Foulards, Mossalines, Taf
fetas. Check and Strinc Novelties, etc.: made to sell at 59c
and 75c, all colors; 3,000 yards in lot at 38c and 25c
Hair Line Stripe Messalines
India Silks and Water
proofed Foulards, $1.25 val
ues, 36 inches wide; special
85c and S1.00 Yard Wide All Silk Messaline In nlaiu and
changeable effects, also yard wide Novelty Dress Silks,
Check and Stripe Taffetas, etc.; on sale at, yard 6Sc
Fine Black Dress Silks In
Messalines, Peau de Soie,
Taffeta and Satin Duchess,
3G inches wide, $1.00 a yard
quality; at, yard 78c
Remnants and Seasonable
Merchandise off tho Bolt at About
Cost to Man't'r., Domestic Room
Prints, striped tissues, pretty col
ors, 19c values 12
RemnantB Lawns and Batistes,
10c values 5C
Remnants of Gingham Apron
Checks, 7c values 5
Remnants of Poplins, good colors,
19c values 12 n5
Rfcmnanta Anthracite Blue Prints,
6c values 3J
Remnants 36-lnch Unbleached
Muslin, 7c values 5t
Remnants of Wash Goods, worth
to 15c 5j
Remnants India Ltnons, white,
10c values 5
Remnants 36-inch Percales, 12 c
Voiles, fancy stripes, good colors,
26c values 15J
Turkish or Huck Towels, 7c
Furnishing Goods and
In Domestic Room.
I;a tiles' Union Suits, lisle or cot
ton, to ?1 values, at 49 35S
and 25 d
Ladles' Gauze Vests, values up to
50c, on sale at 19 12 6
Men's Union Suits, made to sell
to ?2.00, nearly .all kinds
at Q8d 69 and 49
Men's Undershirts or Drawers, to
$1 values, in balbrlggan or jer
sey ribbed, on sale at 45d 35i
Children's Union Suits at 45
Hoys' Undershirts or Drawers,
made to sell to 50c, at 25J
Indies', Men's nnd Children's
Hose, all kinds, values to 25c,
at 12V4 and 8W
Remarkable Millinery Bargains
Over 300 Pretty Trimmed Hats, made to sell at $2.00 up to
$3.50 and including:
Small Braid Turbans, neatly trimmed i
Ready-to-wear Hats, big variety, neatly trimmed.
Children's Milas Braid Hats, neatly trimmed
And a big line of Real Hemp and fine Milan braid
shapes, in black, white and colors; at, choice
Three Rousing Specials in
Woo! Dress Goods
Serges, Panamas, Bedford Cords,
Whipcords, cream or fancy.
Serges and Diagonals, aro 59c
values, at yard 38t
$1.25 Wash Serges 08c All
wool, full 54 inches wide, in
btowns, reseda, old roBe, hava
na, light and dark blues, tan and
black, choicest values shown in
Imported Knglish Voiles, made to
sell at $1.50 and $1.98, tho fin
est of their kind, all colors
at 68 nnd 98c
Children's Dresses, Women's
Suits and Dresses in the
Domestic Room for Friday
Children's Dresses, made of ging
ham and percales, good styles,
well made, yalueB to 95p, 49i
Misses' and Women's Tailor Made
Suits, assorted styles and col
os, values to $10 S5.95
Misses' spring styles Silk Dresses
in stripes and colors, values to
$7.60 3 95
Women's black Petticoats, values
to 75c . . . . 49c
Women's Percale Dressing Sac
ques, good styles, all sizes and
colors, 69c values 49c
Flannelette Dressing Sacques,
50c values 25c
Laces and Trimmings at Half Price
A wonderful opportunity for profitable selection Friday.
50c Linen Cluny Laces, Edges and
Insertions at 25c
75o Shadow Lace Alio vers. .25 c
$1 Shadow Laco Flounclngs and
Allovcrsl at . .49 and 39c
60c Flouuclngs and Corset Cover
Embroideries, at 25
Beautiful 45-inch Voile Flouncings; on sale 69c and 98c
Fancy Silk Dress Trimmings in Bulgarian effects at Half.
10c Val. Laces in edges or insert-
20c Venice Bands 10c
20e Shadow Laces, in edges and
38c Venice and Crochet Bands
at, choice 19c
New families are constantly
coming to Omaha who
25c Allover JLaces, 5c Yard
As odd lot of Allover Laces,
Nets and Tuckings, in black,
white and colors, made to
sell to 25c a yard; on sale in
Friday at, per
Boys' and Men's Clothing
In Douiestlo Boom
BoyB Indian Suits complete, all
sizes, 7 5c values 50c
Extra heavy Boys' Striped Over
alls, all sizes,, regular 50c val
ues, special 39c
Boys' Norfolk and Double Breast
ed Suits, assorted colors and
sizes, values to $3.00 ..SI 95
An assorted lot of Men's SultB, a
clean up, values up to $10.00, go
Special Displays, Special Exhibits and Special Prices at Our
Mammoth Quality Goods and Pure Food Exhibit Friday
Free Cooking- Lessons and sampl"S
every day Trom to to 12 a. n. and -'
to 6 p, m. . .
32 lbs. bent rranula'ed sugar . ..SI-GO
48-lb. sackn best high grade Llamonrt
H' flour, nothing finer lor "read.
plea or cakes. Back $1.10
10 lbs. beat rolled breakfaRt oatmeal
10 lba. beat white or yello.v corn
6 lbs. beat hand picked navy beans ; .
5 lbs. fancy Japan rice. 10c qualltj.
12 Sterro Bouillon cube .. ...S0c
KWInnr' macaroni of vermlollll PKrf.
1.1K anm aMnrtftd RQUDfl
Adv'o Jell, lellycon or Jello. nkj? 74jo
7 lbs. best bulk laundry kUrcn 35w
E. C. com flaxes. ps
Teast Foam, pkg.
n w n iitt. nkar .
2-Ib. cans rancy cov on., v-mi. -2-lb.
cans wax, .itrln, green or lima
10 bars Beat "Em Alt or D.amond O
10 bars Laundry Queen whl sonp
7 bars Itaakln Bros. Electric sPrJj
Fresh crisp pretxels or g'lnRer snap.
-lb. pkg. Star Naptna washlnj pov
Peter's breakfast cocoa, lb . . . . 20o
The best tea alftlnns, lb loc
Qclden Santos coffee, lb aos
Butter, Egg ant Chests Bale.
The beat strictly frebh country eges.
doren ; 300
The best creamery butter, terton r
bulk lb 380
The best No. 1 dairy buttir. lb a
Full cream, Youn r America. N. .
White or Wisconsin cream cheese.
!U Try Hayd
Imported Roquefort cheese, lb. . ,39o
Neufcliatel cheesq, aph' '.. 3c
15c size Plmeto chevse, glaiVVar
Special Pineapple 'd'rk'pV VnUt
Extra fancy. 24 siVpineappios. each
Extra fancy. 30 size plnVappleV each
Extra fancy. 36 siz'e VlnepfeV. eacS
Keac? irVdW 'p ' u5t".'
FeicCh f??d"a Srk'P'e' Vru'I't'' '5 '
FMch .i7orid' sraPe' 'r'ruVt.' HBlxe,
This Is'for tills sale only. 7!
Harden'. a Saving of 60 p? 0nt
to 100 per.cent.
lis i'k?- ,fanc' Colorado potatoes 16c
15 lbs. fancy Red Globe cooking on.
New cabbage, per lb !!""a4o
12 lbS. fanCV POnUIni- gnnl"' 1-
Large bunches fresh beets, carrot.
turnips or radUhea -c
6 bunchea home grown onions ... Bo
Fresh spinach, per peck ,.18o
2 heads fresh hothouse leaf lettuce
at ' so
Fancy ripe tomatoes, lb loo
2 bunches fresh parsley Be
3 lbs, shelled popcorn no
Fancy cauliflower, lb 7Uc
California rhubarb, lb. sn
Large egg plant, each 7U0
Fancy California asparagus, lb. 13UC
2 large green peppers So
3 large soup bunches loo
Free lessons every day tn cookli-.g
from 10 a. m. to 12 rh. and 2 to 5
, Don't fall to see the exhibits when
you are down town.
en's First ?,
Yon cnu nlwnys find what you want when you want it in
the Want Ad Section of The Bee.
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