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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1913)
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CONDITIONS AT PEST HOUSE!
Patients Who Have Just Left Make
tOOD AND BEDDING ARE POOR
Cuts Drink from 1'nll Ont of Which
Water In Tkrn for Pntlenta
nnil Also for Cooktncr
Complaint! ft to conditions at the de
tention hospital 'or "peM house" ott West
Center street, where persons whd have
contagloui diseases arc taken for treat
ment, have been made In a statement
signed by six men who have just left the
The signatures of the following were
affixed to the. statement: C. 13. Evans,
'employed, In the mailing room of the
First National bank; T. U Cartncy, Just
graduated from the dental department of
CrelRhton university; W. IJ. Heath, em
ployed In the office of the Missouri I'n
tlfle railroad; J. Jones, bartender,' A. H.
I.lpp, caster In the repair department of
the Mclntyro Automobile company, and
R. Jj. Mnhlln, employed In the office of
the Omaha Hardwood Lumber company.
Fund unit Tilth Mlnsle.
Their statement follows:
"The following are facts concerning the
Qflentlon hospital, located at Nlnotecnth
"and Center streets, In Douglas county,
Nebraska, under the chniKc of Dr. and
Mrs. Btrouse. which we, the undersigned,
Jtpow to be true.
"There are three cats, several kittens,
Iwo ddgs, ono parro t' ami' aboii t two dozen
smalt chickens that live In the kitchen,
dining room and other ports of the house.
Tho cats drink out of the water pall In
which there was water used for cooking
fend drlpklng purposes for patients. Milk,
Gutter and eggs wcro kept In n room
"Vhero patients sleep part of this produce
Was used on IIhj table and part sent to
customers In Omaha. The bed sheets aro
never changed from the time thp patient
comes until he' leaves. When a patient
comes to tho "pest house" ho Is either
compelled to go to the ward where they
mix all classes of people, of tho name sex,
'in oiie room with different diseases or Is
charged $J per week for the privilege of
sleeping In separate, rooms and eating )n
the kitchen, whero we were supposed to
get fresh meat and vegetables. With but
few meals, as, exceptions, we received the
Mine-food as the pattants who stayed In
tho ward, and sometimes not us; much..
Ton Tonith to Kni.
"One morning tho pancakes that were
served to Us were so badly burned and
-tough that none ot the patients could
cat them. Tha oatmeal, on tho morning
of April 4 and 17, 191$, was bitter, and
the milk was sour. The food In general
as It was put up was very podr. Tho
rooms for wfileh we wero charged $S per
week, were never cleaned, and the beds
wero never made. One'rdom was simply
allvo with bedbugs.
"When this fact -was brought to the
Attention of the' management, they put
bedbug' exterminator on' a small portion
ot the mattress and promised to clean up
the room next day, but failed to do tills,
up to tho time we left, which was a
week after. The bed clothes aro never
.'boiled when thojj aro washed, ..One ward
was not fumigated nfter a ca'so of' small-'
pox, measles and- whooping cough were
taken out and before other smallpox
patients were put Into tho same room.
The patients do not rccelvo any medical
treatment from the management. All
patients are forced to use the same tow
els, and there aro not very many towels
NEW CONCERNS FOR OMAHA
iContlnued from Page One.)
mlssloner King says ho consltlcrs.Omalia
one of the best cities on tho llnea of the
Missouri Pacific system and that Its fu
ture as a great Industrial center Is very
The proposed reductions Irr 'the tariff,
If they becotno effective, Commlslsoncr
King does not think will Injure such
cities as Omaha; Instead, they wjll'be of
great benefit to them. ' He tfas&e his bpln
Ion upon tho theory that In the past the
raw material of thp.wmt has gone cast
to be manufactured and the finished prod
uct brought back to .the original pro
ducer for consumption.
HnslnrsM nn ('loner .Miirjflii.
With the changes that aro bound to
como with tariff reductions thero will
be a tendency to do business ort a closer
margin, nnd this wilt result in goods ot
all kinds being manufactured nenrcr the
point of production and tho ultimate con
sumer. Por example, ho sees no reason
why wool grown upon sheep In Nebraska
should bo sent to Massachusetts, there
made up Into cloth, sent to factories In
New York and made Into suits ami then
como back to Nebraska to bo worn.
In the not very far distant future, 'Com
missioner King expects 10 see this wool
manufactured Into cloth right nero In the
west and In such cities as Omaha. Here
It will bo nmdn up Into clothes that will
be worn by the people of this and nearby
statos, tho surlun gong rion to New
York- and New Hnglund. .JIo expects to
sec the same thing iiiHlntaln with refer
ence to thousands of nrtlcles now manu
factured in tho east, articles that In their
manufacture tho raw material comes
from the west.
This awakening of tho people of tho
cast has developed rapidly nnd the move
ment towanl looking for new locations
In lh central west la becoming greater
each day utid week. It also maintains
In the south, where factories that do wood
working are coming In by the dosen and
locating In tho hard and aoft wood dls
trlcts of Missouri nnd Arkansas.
Taking Into consideration freight and
nil othor charges, Mr. King figures that
by manufacturing here nnd sending the
finished Instead of tho raw material east,
there Is a saving of from 19 to 12 per
cent in price on the general, lines and
much more on some specialties..
necomniendril fur iTGihkI Ttenann.
C. Hi Grant,' 230 Wavcrly St., Terfrla,
III., says: "linckachc and congested kid
neys made mo suffer Intense, pains. Was
always tired and floating specks bothered
me. Took Polcy Kidney Pills and saw
big Improvement after third dny. I kept
on until entirely freed qt alt troublo and
suffering. That's why I recomnfend
Foley Kidney Pills. Thoy cured nSo."
For salo by all dealers 'everywhere Ad-
verthemunt. . 'I
Ilrhel Forces lijrtratrd. '
MEXICO CITY, April 21,-Tho Wor'de
partment hus received ir report of the de
feat of 1.600 Cnrrnnza fdrce"rfnt KsWoza
In the aluto of Cwuhulla scuth of Mon
lova, by 800 federals 'under Colonel ftl-cardo-
do la Pena. ' t
Ferelstcnt Advertising is the Road 'to
Big Return 1 .
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WM. Ltf HOLZMAN, Treas.
Omaha's Fashion Leader and Greatest Value Giver
The live wire who has made value-giving a life study in Omaha
clothes felling; the styl-authority who has put fashionable clothes
within your reach, as Mr. John A. Swarison, Pres. of the Greater Nebraska..
Demonstrating Supreme Values, Spring Suits for Men
arid Young Men, $16, $20, $26
Thousands of sdits, eV.ery model embodies the best ideas of America's brainiest de
signers. Especially selected fabrics that only the high price to-mcasure fe 1 it OCX fe O
ti(Uprsvshow, are to bo lmd here, ready-to-wear, at half to-measure prices P A Dmm P Jjk) P -wJ
Young Men's Better Styles
Young men's special styles a notable feature. Nor
folk's in many hew lhodels, 2 and .' button, soft roll
lapel English and high class Americanized ideas.
Gun checks, shepherd checks, club cheeks, pin
stripes, black and white, rich worsteds, cheviots,
homespuns, serges. f Ex-'$ -j $OC
traordinary values 'nt. . LJ.mm jZkjmm juD
Regular and Extra Sizes
Smartly styled conservative models for busy busi
ness men. Special models for all men stout, slim,
tall or short, and extra sizes up to 50-inch chest.
Fabrics carefully selected for each model to in
sure harmony of w(eave and good wear. A reva
lation in perfect tailor- $"et $)A S'J ft
Ing anu fit, at 1 U- JuD
Blue Serge Suits
Colorfast blue serge .suits arc
guaranteed true to name.' All
leading models; all sizes and
$10 to $30
'aro worltl'-Wide favorites with young
men. These celebrated clothes are sold
In Omaha only at the Groator Nebraska.
To know them 1b' to know tho limit of
clothes value from every standpoint
$20.00 to $35.00
The Raincoat Store
English gabardines and slip
ong, in a host of pleasing
weaves and models. Best val
ues known at
$6 to $20
Spring Shirts Wonderful All New Showing
Superior union suits nono belter made
perfect In fit; n. V. D., Athletics, "Klte
slxe" unions. Wo've srtven special atten
tion to the selection of proportions anil
sizes. Your pet . A -
underwear Idea In J fjQ
You'll seo tho. greatest range of good shirts In town here. The pick of the best makes. Excollo, Arrow, Monarch, Fault
less and others of equal merit. Patterns of distinction now soft collar and French cuff Ideas every wanted style
from practical,, serviceable shirts to exclusive novelties, 50i t0 $2.50- $1 rA $1 fl
Important showing of Amorica's best shirt values; hundred to pick from, at. i . . . . X cillQ. ?i:UJ
Pride of the Greater Nebraska, best hosiery
stock In the west. Holeproof, Interwoyen,
McCallum silk, etc. Any lipase a man can
think of rs ready here every color evory
slie every prlce
15c, 25c, 35c, 5.0c and up
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CORRECT APl?iVREL. FOR. MEN AND WOMEN
SKE Oil SHOW WINDOWS
From bur Wear Neighbors
Annual JPayment of
Collected Fees to
Make Littfe Change
The law passed ty tho leylslaturo nnd
signed by tho feovcrnor requiring county
officials to turn oVr tho fees collected
by them to tho treasurer apuually, In
stead of at tho end of their term or
biennially, will have llttlo effect on busi
ness transacted In the Douglas county
court house, according to Clyde C. fiund
blud, clerk of the county, court.
"Douglas county officials have been
turning over the money collected by
them whenever It Is neoded or asked,
for by the treasurer," he said. "The law
will not make much change in qur pro
vedure, although, .of ooursc. It will be
Kidnaped Girl Has
an Aunt in Omaha
Little Catherine Winters, wtiose sup
posed kldnoplnit by a band of gypsies
In Newcastle, Ind., and which has resulted
In a nation-wide search, has an aunt In
Omaha, Mrs. Harlan C, Musgrave, 2415
North Twentieth street. Mr. Musgrave
Js a letter carrier,
Probation Officer Mogy Bernstein has
fcton asked to assist In tha search for
the little girl. She Is 9 years old, has
brown eyes and light brown hair, which
Is cut short When she disappeared she
wore a red coat, light straw hat and a
black and white Bingham dress. She Is
the daughter of Dr. W. A. Winters ot
Newcastle, brother of Mrs. Murgrave.
The child was kidnaped March SO.
Rewards totalling $1,000 have been of
.Miss Ornre Coy went to Omaha Satur
James -Walsh' ot Demon was hero Tues
day on buBjness. .
Miss Prarl Jcnks went. taiOmn'ha-Tues--duy
for tha. week; , . , .
Mrs. VS. Ij. I.lnduuest went to Fremont
Haturdny morning for tho 'day. '
Mr. and Mrs. Temple lloblnvon Were at
Lincoln tho. last work visiting university
J; C. UobhiHon went to Omaha' Tuesday'
afternoon and then lo Kearney nhfl North'
Loup on buslnesr.
Mrs. Ilrunnock. nnd daughter, Mrs. -Hughes,
of Omaha, worn hero Hiiinlnr
visiting Mrs. itainuel Rhoadea nnd other
Mrs. Ada llarbourvlio was here vlrlt
Inn her mother. Mrs. draff, und other
relatives, left Monday for her homo at
Miss Ktta P. Lowell und Miss Kathar
ine HerrlilRton went to Valley Krlday
evening to attend tho class pluy of tho
Valley High school.
Miss Anna Unman, who; has been at
tending n caso near Valley ,h. .profes
sional nurse, was A'lsltlng Mrs, ft. A. Teal
over- Tuesday night.
Mrs. J. A. Woods and llttl daughter,
Dottle, of Omaha were visiting several
days tho first of tho week nt.tho Uonja
mtn Htengleln home.
Mr. and Sirs. S. T. Sumner went to
Omaha Wednesday afternoon, where Mrs.
Sumner was to enter a hospital for treat
ment and an operation.
H. II. Wnldron of the Wntdron Seed
company will rebuild the sedhouse
burned In March, plans for tho same be
ing drawn at this time by W. II. Jacob
son. Prank T. Kmcrion, father of Mrs. H. O.
Coy and an oldtlme cltlsen pf Waterloo,
died Wednesday at his homo In Texas,
where Mr, and Mrs, Kmereon'have lived
for the last severul years.
Miss Kara Clark of C&lhotin, Neb., and
her cousin Ed Clark, ot Colorado, both
cousins of Mrs. It. W. Harbour', were vis.
Itlng Mrs. Harbour and other friends at
the Mrs. Teal homo. Sunday.
The barn and shrds at tha Itoblnson
tenant farm, occupied by V. A. Schneider,
caught fire Tuesday afternoon and were
burned to the ground. Tha loss oh build
ings Is about POO, with Insurance ot 1300.
REPEALED LAW DECLARED
That the law repealed by the last legis
lature, requiring counties to buy clothes
and pay expenses of persons In Insane
asylums,' whose fphner residency was
-within-their borders, already practlaally
was a .dead letter, was the statement pf
Itev, J. M. Leldy of the bureau of county
charities. "It never could" be enforced,"
he said, "and the state simply had to
pay these expenses anyway."
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO GIVE
BANQUET TO HISTORIANS
The Mississippi Valley Historical asso
ciation and the Nebraska State History
Teachers' association will bo given a
dinner at the Commercial cl'ub the even
ing of May f. Members of the club and
their wives have been Invited to attend.
The banquet will start at :J0 o'clock.
This Is to certify that all druggists are
authorlted to refund your money If
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound falls
to cure yjjur cough or cold. John Bemet,
Tell. Wis., latest . 3 used Foley's Uoner
end Tar Compound for Ave years, and It
always gives the best satisfaction and
always cores a cough or cold." Refuse
substitutes. For Ml by all dealer
ry where. -Advertlrttnent
tin- has jmssqd through a severe sick
'Ww.. ''AV.t ..,.).. ...!. .... I...
. IIU huvii luiiun UIHHIItMlllUH IIICV w
WMnHmlay night and made plans fdr the
summer. It will buy road drags nnd
have all roads, leading Into tha town
ilrnggcd after each rain. I. V. Tecgar
den was elected chairman. C. W. Ulsh
secretary and treasurer and Messrs. C.
Tetn, l-i u. Taylor anu x. uuvis
members of tho executlvo commltteo.
Mrs. A. C. Ilonham or Council Bluffs,
la., visited with her son, Hoy Uonlmm,
tho flrht of tho week.
The Presbyterian church has extended
ft. fcall to Rev, Lester A. Thompson of
Aurora, Mo., his services to begin May 1.
Mrs. C. L Lyon and Miss Kva Lyon of
Sowurd, mother and sister of R. IL Koch,
arc tho guests of Prof, and Mrs. Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Ioroy Ca'therwood and
baby of Chicago arc visiting Mr. Cather
wood'a parents. Mr. And Mrs. A. Cather
wood, this week.
In district court this week Nollle Over
ton was granted a divorce from Byron J.
Overton nnd Emily Tomllnson from
Oeorge P. Tomllnson.
Herman Dutkop, thp 12-yonr-old son of
John Durkop, died Wednesday noon after
a five months' Illness from sarcoma. The
funeral was held Frlduy afternoon.
Friday was natrons' day at tho nchool.
Kxcellent exhibits of wchool work wera
made In the different rooms nnd' nt 2
o'clock In tho afternoon a splendid pro
gram Wn given, at which members of tha
board and other patrons gave talks on
er, who attended the district federation
at West Point.
Cashier II. M. Hopewell of the Hurt
County State bank Is at Excetsfor Springs,
Mo., far a, ten. days' scasOn of recupera.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hesblt urd- off lo
Ponrmvlviintn. fnr h fntir. Weeka-' visit In
the vlololty of the, socnea qftlel chlld
'Mildred "Whltnker' Was severely bruised
W"dnfcsday in an imfortunat accident
In which a- neighbor .tried to hit a dog
with a club and missed tne cur, nutipg
lie llttlo girl, tfhe had be'en behind a
bush picking-flowers and was. not seen
until after tho mlsillo had been thrown.
The high school band will make its real
debut at a recltnl to be given to the pub
lic next Tuesday evening. The band
numbers about twenty-seven Pieces, and
under the leadership of Mr. anClevo Is
becoming proficient. Tho band was or
ganised to take the placo of a foot ball
team and It has more thair fnef : the an
ticipations of the school authorities.
to fill the places made vacant by Misses
Newman and Reed In the high school. , .
REV. LEE W. H EATON TO
BECOME EPISCOPAL PRIEST
' - a
In the'-serviccs. He had no.famlly, hut Is
survived, by" ,two . sisters and .three
Mr. nnd Mrs. L Kabcr of Ulys.es are
visiting relentlves hereft, w t.
Hugh McCarty madoDrfneIJlil a visit
Thursday. Mr. McCarty; los,h.ls wife uf Rr J I
";eR" , . . Mlentoh' of this city, and formerly a mcm-
ier-- o( tho City Mission Btaff of th
Protestant Episcopal church In Omaha,
will bo ordained priest of St. Luke's
church. Hot, Springs, Ark by the Right
Oliver. Dwlnell of Uolbrook .Is .visiting
relatives In this vicinity.
William Doty Is homo from un extended
visit witn relatives in -iiouui vernon, u
Ocorge, Qllniorc, a Ourfleld county
homesteader, left this wesk to llvo on his j
Mrs. R. H. Ewart and baby returned ,
to their home In Manderson, Wyo., last
Mayor Oorder has Issued a proclama
tion declaring April X cleanlnc-up day In
Mrs. n.' l. Cogliier and children of
Ilavelock are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 1U D. McNurltn.
n Mrs. Chester Maddo of Burwell la vis.
King hero and extiscts her, husband In
soon to locate In Cass county.
Two ot South Omaha's good clttseiis,
Duvld and Will Koltx, were Weeping
Water visitors last Monday.
Miss O race Tecgarden has returned
home from a two weeks' visit with Miss
Ethel Ludemar of Sedatlaj. Mo.
W. J. Preston Is enjoying a visit from
his brother-in-law, Webley Hose, and
wlfot, They ore from North Platte.
Mrs. Henry Croxlor and daughter and
Miss Anna Nyo went to IJncoln Friday
to visit a few daya, with Mrs. Crosier-s
Carl Tinning came in Thursday from
Colorado and Is stopping at the home ot
his sister, Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Mr. Tin.
nlng is very sick with consumption.
Word has been received from Tat
madge, O.. of tho serious illness of Miss
Kmlly Fenn, an aged Weepjng Water
woman who Is visiting relatives there.
Mrs. Lucy 8. Root celebrated her nine,
tleth birthday last Saturday. Her daugh
ter. Mrs. 11 C Jeffers. and granddaugh-
. ter, Mrs. O. J Jones, both of Shenan-
doah, la , were present.
IMrs. F V Hubbard returned home from
Sargent. Neb . accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. William Jameson. The law
Mrs. Sam Houston has returned to Chi
cago after a several weeks' visit with
relatives nt Tekumnh.
Dr. Hlslop of Omaha held quarterly
meeting services at the Methodist churcn
In thla city last Sunday.
Miss Iva MacDonuld went to Omaha
Wednesday to remain for some day In
the Presbyterian hospital for treatment,
Messrs. Ed Latta nnd. L 8. IaRue of
the local banks attended the meeting of
the Oroup Three of Nebraska bankers at
Wakefield on Arbor day,
Tho Craig High school will meet To
kumuh In a friendly debate on the nues.
tlon of votes for women. The affair Is
to como off on Friday evening.
The members of tho Tekamah Woman's
club wcro entertained nt the home of
Mrs. C A. Jack last week nnd listened
to the report of their delegnte, Mrs. Bow-
F. C. Kennedy and J. E. Nichols at
tended the. bankers' convention In Fre
Mlbs Gertrude Ingram came from Omaha
Friday afternoon lo spend the week-end
with home folks.
Mrs. Charles Wllle of .Omaha visited
her brother, Dr. J, C. Agee, and sister,
Mrs. Kopp, from Friday until Sunday.
Ous Caldwell has resigned his. position
with the Rogers Mercantile company and
will leave the first of tho week for
Wyoming, whero ho expects -to spend, the
summer on his uncle's ranch,
Mr. and Mrs. C. tt Nichols, Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. John
l.ontrll Mn. John Monahan. Mrs. A. IC
Hubbard and Mrs. Ingram attended tho
funeral services of Mrs. Jennie Qlbson in
The senior class of the Valley High
school presented their class play, "At thu
End of tho Rainbow," In the Valley opera
house Fr day evening. AUss .ana weeaiy
coached the class, who were assisted by
six Sophomores. The audience was tha
trard largest ever in attenaunce in me
opera house and tho receipts wcro $110.
Mrs. John Wlcklund died nt her home
Monday evening at 10 o'clock. She had
been III but n short time. The funeral
services were held Wednesday afternoon
from the First Baptist church, Byorsville,
of which sho was an active member. Mrs.
Wlcklund wax 43 years of age. She Is
survived by her husband, four sonB and
Charles Harrier died at his home Thurs
day morning at 3 o'clock. Mr. Harrier
was a veteran of tha civil war and had
lived In Valley nearly forty-five yearv
He was nn active member ot the Metho
dist Episcopal church. Since the death of
Ills wife about ten years ago his niece.
Miss Uizle Shepard, has lived with him
and cared for him. He wns nearly TO
years of age. The funeral services will
probably be held ut the Methodist Episco
pal church Saturday Rev Mr. Couffer
of Arlington will assl&t Hev. Mr. Taylor
& SONS CO. mi515 HARNEY
A-B Gas Range
Mr. 0. G. Kent, an expert factory representative, will give
free valuable instruction in the use of gas in cooking
and will show the many sanitary gas-saving fea
turea of the beautiful New Idea Gas Ranges.
You Are Cordially Invited
e"e- Sv. Hcaton, son of W. S..
John Olassmnn has hnfn taken in un
Omaha hospital to undergo a surcical
C. A. Taylor has gone to Herlfn to help
rebuild the' town that was lately laid
waste by the tornado. I Rev. James R. Winchester, bishop ot tho
Charles Speedlc, county superintendent diocese of Arkansas, on Wednesday, May
of Otoe- county, is here visiting his par- 1 14.
onts. Mr. and Mrs, William Speedie. ( Wr. neaton entercu tho ministry
Tho school board 'Jtas . elected Prof. S. I through tho Influence of Rev. Thomas
()b.rdn superintendent pi the high , Mfcnv ,,,. f .. .... ,,.
scnooit.nieoOmes front .Orleans, Neb
The fiineiMT of. Mrs. Hb'v Tlnean was
held Unlay at tlxs Plattfbrd church. Rev.'
A.fJ. Warne officiating",, Interment was
In Springfield cemetery. , ,-
j. M". HlWcil. Roy Whitney," Tom Addles
man nnd F. L. Hall from this vicinity
wero chosen on tho grand Jury that Is
nqw 'in session In Pnpllllon thU week.
Ernest Slmon'.of Crelgitoii and Miss
Vndev,lcr ot .Weslcyan .have been elected
J. Mnckuy, rector of All Saints' church.
who baptized him In his boyhood while
a member of All Saints' choir, lie Is well
known In fraternal circles here, having
served as chaplain In Omaha lodge, No.
39, Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, and also has a broad acquaintance
In the Masonic fraternity. Mrs. Heaton
Is a member of Vesta chapter, Order of
Eastern Star, of this city.
OU can ;he
sure of beirug
dressed in the
very latest, smartest
style, in quality such
as you ouht to have, with
a fit such as you want if
clothes. "Whatever you want in
the way of weave, color, pattern,
you'll find ready here. Grays,
browns, blues in mixtures and
plain serges; imported and Amer
ican clothes; the new models are
particularly striking, and smart.
Wo ought to get these clothes on
you for your own sake. Look at
our $25.00 values. Wo have low
er and higher priced suits also.
We're showing just now an excentionallv full lino nf nTow'a
j Pure Worsted Suits in a broad range of vory handsome pat
i terns that you'll find worth considerably more than the prices
Two Very Special Bargains in Children's Suits
One group of bpnng Suits, One Group of Spring Suits,
to soli to $5.00, COCA made to sell up to (n,rA
choice U.IV $4.25, at choice..'. p4,uU
Values We're Coufident You . annot Duplicate.
The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes,
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World's Largest. Ship
will make her first trip from
HAMBURG May 34, arriving
here May 31. Sulllne from
hero June 7, arrivo, In LON
DON and PAltIS on sixtli
and In Haniburs on soventli
day. Books now open for
IXtmOK, PAAXS KAMSTJBQ
Kals'n Ana;. Vic, Apr.30, 2 pni
Pres. Zdnooln, May 3, 3 p. m.
tWssterwald, May 10, 4 p.m.
Patricia, May 14, 1 p. m.
Aro er Iks, May 23, 10 p, nl.
Pretoria, Mn 38, 1 p. m.
Kals'n Auff.Vlo, May 29, 1 put
Pres. Grant, Juno 8, ! n. m.
Jlmperator, Juno 7, 11' a, ni.
JNew. Will call at Boulosno
2d qahln only.
Gibraltar, Naples and Genoa.
S. S. Hsmbnrg- (11,000 tons)
May SO, 8 a. ni.
S. B. Moltka (12,500 tons) ,
June 3, 8-30 a, in.
S. S. Hamburg-, July 1, 3 p.m.
B. 8. Moltlte, July 15, 3 p. ni.
Cruises to the
Land of the Midnight San.
Scotland, Orkney and Karoo
Islands, Iceland, Spitsbergen,
North Capo, Norway. From
Hamburg- during June, July
S. S. Victoria Xulse, S. B,
Bismarck and S. S. Mtor.
13 to 94 SATS, UP.
Write for information.
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pool, but to Knd mJoumrnt on
A way "Utnru Van Dyke,
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lb plrtarMqoa. Uod lockMl St.
LAwrroct roaU to arop.
From MsBtnnl it Quttxc
Urnesl Canadian Uners
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K' CJSll"tr Mad'son and lotSalle Sta..
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