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THE BEE: OMAHA, TlTESl)AY, M)VEMBKR 1 1913.
MAY OUST THOMAS J, LYNCH
Ebbetis of Brooklyn Nationals Makes
TENER IS LIKELY MAN.FOR JOB
r.rrrr nUonil I.rnnnrr Ik !nll In
Be S iron a- for the IVniinyl
Tnnlnn nnit Itewitr to'
vMtPt Ills Demand.
Charles H Ubbetts. president of thA
Brooklyn club and dissenting member of
thft Xatlcnal league, comes fonvnrd with
the announcement that the yglmfc of
Thomas J. Lynch will come to it cutmlna.
Hon after the election of officers Ihlt
winter. Ebhetts asserts that he la n
fldent that every .Nationals feax-ier la
strong, for Governor, John Jv Tcn.T of
Pennsylvania for the position ami i,tand
ready to accede to TeneVa request for a
five-year term at a ycnrlv stlcnd o'
Kbbetta asserts that he hna conferred
lth Hermann, Drcyruas and Drltton In
Columbiia relative to the 'Candida of
the. former star pitcher f the Chicago
Nationals, and that he has also ai
proached Baker. Uaffncy and Murphy tin
several occasions, Wl that ill ix ure
In favor of Toner. Kbtfctt even goes
further In his sta'tcmcnts. k announced
that he believed Harry Hempstead of the
nianta waa heartily In favor of the kov.
ernor and. aa he, t)lmrir, would 1e fint
In Una to Vote for a now 'President, he
aava he can't sco, where Lynch can uet
Mr. Khfcetts denied the Insinuation that
Tener was Interested financially In the
Philadelphia club. Mr. Kbbetla-aal.f that
Mr. Tener had been a stockholder In the
club, but ha'd 'dltpoacd of Ills stock dur
ing a, recent reorganisation.
Ban Johnson and the American league
Is In favor of Mr. Toner's election to the
office, and Mr. Kbbetta believes that the
American icagun will back mi campaign
for the Pennsylvania man. Johnson hna
never extended effusive welcomes to
Lynch, so that part of Enbett'a assertions
Is probably true.
What Mr. Tener ihJnUs of the proposl.
tlon Is not known. Mr. 'ttbbetts has not
conferred with Tener, unt ho bolle'vcs that
Tener could hardly find tho heart to re
fuse $25,080 annually for a period of five
Hawkeyes Begin -
Handing Out Bear
Dope for Saturday
IOWA C1TV, la., Nov. J7V-t8peclal.)-A
bruised and battered lot of Hawkeyes
took part this evening on I6wa field In
the first prattle following the victory
over the Ames team Saturday. Although
thtlr margin of victory In that contest
was a, decisive one the game proved one.
of tho hardest of the season for the
Hawkeyes and they are carrying many
bump aa a result. Ndne or the Injuries
are serious enough to keep the men out
of the Nebraska game, and the team Is
expected to bo In fair condition by. Sat
urday. Dick and Gross" were sprnewliat
shaken r a result of their spectacular
work In ciwrylng the ball through a, leld
of Agrte tackier, each of whom out
weighed them thirty or forty ppunds, and
Barron, GtmaeVson and Doweti of 'the
llemen received slight Injuries. '
To offset these Carberry, tho right end
who waa kept out of tho Ames game by
injuries received In the Indians, game,
will bo able to get back In again when
ever needed,! and parsons, can also play
If necessary. Bowen played a strinp
Came In Carherry'a place flaturflay, es
pecially In going down under punts and
klckoffa, but he was boxed occasionally
by tha. Ames offense, on .wide end Yiins.
As ho and Carberry ha,ve been close rivals
all season It ls4agaln a question as to
which will start against Nebraska.
The coaches pointed out at this eve.
king's practice the faults shown In the
Ame game, and warned the men that
they are going up against one of tho
half doxen leading teams of the-,jvest
Saturday, a team which was unquesllon
ably tho best In the Missouri valley, and
which would play Its best game In the
final battle of the year on the home
grounds. The Ames team, while It fought
hard and und Its superior weight lo
some advantage, la of course not to bo
considered aa In a class with the Corn
huskers. ?The Hawkeyes have become ac
customed to running up scores rather
easily, and as It is certain that no such
tactics can be. employed against the
CornkuakerJ thevttam, Is likely to find
Itself a a. loss when', real opposition Is
cous tired. '
No' Importance Is attached to the. fact
that tb. Hawkeyes defeated Ames hy a
score omhat largor "than Nebraska
amased them, aa It Is recognised
that ;Cals ruMy. Nebraska"? best
groun4 miner, was rjot )n the Ames
gsjnt, 410 jti there was not the
same Iftt-strtlv, for Nebraska to run up
& Is, ccr aa thfye Was In tho case
of loa; .That Nebraska could"'thave
beaten. the ,Awlea more decisively no one
here doubfa, and members of the Ames
team who played against both Nebraska
and lw jay that tho Cohnhukrr should
HASTES HIGH 'CLAIMS
HASTINGS. Neb., Nov.' i:.(8eclaU
The brlllant Victory over .Kdganon tho
lattri srbuoda Klday gives the Has
lings High school team the undisputed
title to the champlonih'P of southwestern
Tfebraska. wtilch Edgar Jiad claimed by
reason, of Jta defeat of Falrbury, Har
vard, and several other strong teams In
this section., Although penallxed for a
total of MO yards. Including sixty yards
on the first four downs, Hastings high
triumphed over Kdgar by the score of U
to 0. Four touchdowns were disallowed,
these decisions and most of the penalties
being baaed hr Bey. Mr. Ogden of. Ed
gar, th; umpire;-on the; ground of "rough
Hastings and Aurora will pity here next
Yrlday for th championship of -western
Nebraska. Coach achlsrler has brougnt
the Hastings machine to a high state of
development and believes It to b the
atrongeattn the, state.
A report from Omaha that the metro
politan nlgb school may negotiate for a
post-season game with the winner of the
ias tings-Aurora battle has brought Joy
to the local camp, where It Is the sreat-
est hope of all the man that such a game
tcay be scheduled.
A Bloody Affair
la luryf hemorrhage. Stop' It and cure
weak lungs, troughs and'rolfls with Dr.
King's ew Discovery. ,fAo and $!.. Vor
at uy your druggUy-Advertlsement
Tha Persistent and Judicious I'm of
Xewspajter Advertising Is the Boad to
!Y0E (?maha im is
Water Board Still ,
Fights to Keep Up
High Water Rates
The Omaha Water board In an answer
to tho suit of Victor Itoaewater, editor
of Tho Hec. to reduce water rates to 23
cents per 1.000 gallons, reiterates previous
arguments that It has tho sole power to
fix charges and that Its action Is not
subject to review by" the courts to de
termine Its reasonableness. The board
took tho same position In a hearing on
demurrer, hut was overruled by the court.
Itls alleged In the answer that a list
of dtlcs In which water rates are lower
than hero submitted by the plaintiff has
nonhealing on the case because the cost
otjpumplnB and purifying Is higher In
Omaha than elsewhere. The fact that
the. Omaha Water company was doclded
by the federal courts to have the right
to mako Ita own charges for water Is
cited, n nil the allegation Is made that
tho prlco of 31H cents per 1,000 gallons
In effect from April 4 to May 37 of this
ear waa not too much.
Tho board asserts that extension of
se.rvlce and construction operations com
pleted, now unden.way and contemplated
for the future will amount to a total
cost of tS.1i.181, and alleges that this fact
should be taken Into consideration In fix
Ing the prlco of water to consumers. In
this total Is Included an Item of 0,000
for "possible' contingencies."
Mayor Proposes to
in Some Theaters
Mayor James C. Dahlman lien Instructed
the chief of police and members of the
social service board to Investigate
charges that patrons of soma of the
smaller theater, Including the movies,
are over-crowding and that doors are
locked on tho patrons once they are In
side. 'If this charge Is true there Is an ordl.
nance covering tho case and wo will en
force the ordinance to tho letter," said
Mayor Dahlman. "I have told the chief
to detail Policewoman Katheriie Drummy
to inakpjut Immediate Investigation,"
uty commissioner A1 Kugel, It Is
Understood, nluced the comnlulnt heforo
the mayor, after a visit to some of the
theaters. Other city commissioners also
visited tho shows o,fer complalpt'a had
been made and reported to, the mayor
that the charges were In a great dfcgree
The theaters violating the "cmtMlnr
and the closed door" ordinance will' be
prosecuted without notice If the reports
which have reached lite mayor are veri
fied by the policewoman and the social
service board. ,
Hugh M'Oulloch is
Appointed Justice of
' Peace at Magic City
Hugh McOullooli. who was aDDolnted
Justice of the peace tor South Omaha
aionuay oy thveounty commissioners, sue
cecds Justice of the Peace Ed Kaln,
who died last week.
Mr. McCulloch Is a nraduate nf tha
Boutli Omaha High school class of 1907.
no wok ma a. u. cogree rrom Knox col
lege, Gulcsburg. HI.. In 1911. He la
Junior law" student at the Crelghton Col-
ego or i.aw, ami since his graduation
frprn Knox has been connected In a rep.
ortorlal capacity with the Journal
Stockman, c( which his father, Bruce
McCulloch, Is the editor. Ho lives with
his parents at their home. 10O7 wnh
The appointment of Mr. McCulloch to
the office of Justice of the peace marks
a continuation of the policy of the pres
itnt county , commissioners In appointing
young lawyers to the vacant places
among Justices of the peace. Some months
agq Ssmuel I O'Brien of Omaha was
appointed, as was Emmett Hannon of
South Omaha. O'Brien and Hannon, like
jucv.uiiocu. jare both young lawyers.
WOMAN NOT INFERIOR TO
MAN, SAYS FATHER QUINLAN ;
Woman Is not man's Inferior, nnr la ,
she lesser, than man." said Bev. rather
Qulnlan, speaking on the suffrage, ouu.
tlon 'at the meeting .of the Besearch club
nunaay aiternoon at Bt. Berchman'e
Father Quintan's address will be con
cluded at, the next meeting of the club
nunday. December 7. He did not state
nis conclusions on the question, but will
finish his lecture with it. u ini,.w
Lee Grant gave a reading and Miss Maude
AicAruie took part In the program fol
lowing the address.
BACK TO OLD QUARTERS
The Burgess-Granden company will be
tack In their old location at 1UI Howard
street on November 10. Hurgess-3ranln
were burned out In the recent tiro which
destroyed their salesroom sjid workshop
and tha offices of the gas. company, and
were compelled to move to lao lackson
street The, building has been recon
structed and remodeled, making the es
tablishment one .of the most complete
electrical fixture houses 14 th. jrcit.
WILL ASK FORJNCINERATOR
Commissioner Ryder Thinks Omaha
Should Have Refuse Destroyer.
RETURNS FROM VISIT IN EAST
Dr. AVenrnr, flack Trlth lllm, Also li
I'nTor nf Construction nf City
Crrniatnry In Ortmlin First
nf xt Year.
John J. Byder, city police commissioner,
who returned Monday from Milwaukee, in
dlanapolls, Chicago and Tcrre Haute,
where he Investigated the cost and opera
tion of Incinerators, reduction plants and
refuse crematories, will report to the city
commission In favor of the construction
of at least one Incineration plant In
Omaha next year. Dr. Frederick J.
Wearne accompanied Byder on the trip.
Concerning the trip the commissioner
"The garbage'sltuatlon In Omaha is not
nearly as aggravating as It Is In some
"In Indianapolis tho city appropriates
S2,0C0 a year and pays a private com
pany to gather and dispose of the accu
mulations. The company has a reduction
plant and Is credited with making enough
from Its by products to give It a profit
perhaps equal to the sum awarded by the
city. The plan seems to work all right
up to date, and the deputy of the health
department In charge considers It tho
most satisfactory plan they have yet
Thr Trrrr Ilnntr Crrmittnry.
At Terre Haute tho city built a crema
tory at a. cost of 125,000 on the supposition
It would caro for all refuse, Including
night soli. President Walsh of the board
of public works told me the plant does
tho work of caring for kitchen garbage
and street refuse In good shape, but It
will ndt dispose of night soil with entlro
satisfaction without the use of a good
deal of fuel. Two such small plants,
either on the crematory or Incinerator
plan, would handle tho Omaha situation
for a number of years. In my Judgment.
They would cost moro money now than
Tcrro Haute pnld, but can probably bo
errcted for $00,(00 to JT-0,000 each.
Milwaukee made a serious mistake In
erecting one large plant of the destructor
type at a point necessitating the'-lung
haul, hence considerable money la wasted,
as It Is In Omaha, because- of lost mo
tion. Eventually Milwaukee will have to
build a second plant, possibly two of them
In different sections. In that case In a
city of Its population, ' engineers agree
some profit might accrue from separat
ing, saving and selling certain materials,
as Is done In Buffalo and-other places.
UnsntUrnctory at Chtcngn.
"Dr. Frederick .J. Wearne of Omaha.
went with me to view the old clay pita
adjacent to abandoned brlok yards.
wherein Chicago Is at present dumping
Its garbage and treating It wth chemi
cals, then covering with dry refuse. The
situation existing In Chicago at, tills mo
ment Is not at aft satlsfactbry ' td any
body, and a commission la busy trying'
to study out a scheme that will meet the
city's needs and be permanent. Dr.
Wearne agreed with others who viewed
the present makeshift plan of disposal
that It Is likely to causa conslderablu
trouble later. In the meantime a costly
reduction; plant la lying Idle, the city
having refused to buy on a valuation
asserted to be much too hlKh. Some ex
perts assert the city could operate the
plant with a big monthly profit If It
could get possession at a fair figure.
This trip has not changed my mind
A New Collar, Long on good Points
8HIRTH TOR KALI.
RED'MAN IAUFtU S2-S0
IROQUOIS UADHU IS SO
that we can, if public sentiment backs 1
us up, make a start the coming year on 1
at least one small Incinerator plant and j
save Its cost within a very few years.
Then a second small plant can be built,
and Omaha will be on easy street for a
long tlmo on the garbage matter, titreet
refuse and the garbage Itself will supply
the fuel for operation."
ENTERTAIN FOR DANES
AT WASHINGTON HALL
About 700 Danish dtlxens of Omaha and
vicinity listened Sunday night to an en
tertainment furnished by Miss Jutta Lund
and Jo Hersklnd at Washington hall.
Miss Lund Is an actresa comlque from
Copenhagen with a splendid voice, and
Mr. Hersklnd Is well known all over
Scandinavia on account of his clear tenor
and dramatic delivery. The vivacious
couple, who are making a tour of the
states And will visit California, have
been the center of much entertainment
while in Omaha. Parties were given for
them at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Brodegaard last Wednesday evening and
at the home of Colonel and Mrs. 8. F,
Old Time Sores
And Ulcers Healed
Old Wounds Often Bother
Many Yean After.
People who hare been uoultlclng and
anointing an old sore for years and years
marvel at the way it heals quickly after
using f, 8. B.
When you come to realize that the skin
and the flesh beneath are composed of a
network of tiny blood, vessels you solva
There are wonderful medicinal proper
ties In B. 8. H. that follow the course of
the blood stream Just as naturally aa the
most nourishing food elements.
It Is really a remarkable remedy. It
contains one Ingredient, the active pur
pose of which is to stimulate the tis
sues to the healthy selection of Its own
essential nutriment. And the medicinal
elements of this matchless blood purifier
are Just as essential to well-balanced
health as the nutritious elements of tha
meats, grains, fats, and sugars of our
Not only this, but If from the presence
of some distributing poison there is
local or general Interference of nutrition
to cause bolls, carbuncles, abscesses and
kindred troubles, 8, B. 8. so directs the
local cells that this poison Is rejected and
eliminated from their presence.
Then, too, 8. B. 8. has such speclflo
stimulation on these local cells as to pro
serve their mutual welfare and a proper
.relative assistance to each other.
Not one drop of minerals or drugs ia
used In Its preparation. Ask for 8. 8. B.
and Just insist upon having it. And If
you desire skillful advice and counsel
Upon any matter concerning the blood and
skin, write to thev medical department.
The Swift Speclflo Co.,, 110 Bwlft Labora
tory, Atlanta,. Ga. v
Do not ' allow some xealous clerk to
larrup the atmosphere In eloquence oven
something "Just as good" as S. 8. IsV
Sewara of all substitutes.
l J TWO
KAMj & WILSON
MAKERS Of TROY'S BEST TRODCCT
Drs. Waeh & Mack
I Tha largest and beat equipped dental
office In Omaha. Experts In chars ot
all work, modsrmts prices. Porcelain
fillings lust like the tooth. All Instru
ments sterilised after using.
M l-Xoer Vaztoa Slock, Snubs, Us.
For Young Men
You may be sure that
the style of your foot
wear is dorrect if you
select your shoes from
our enormous stock.
For "Four-Fifty" we
are showing the Eng
lish walking Last in
black or tan with the
low heel and toe.
This is the most popu
lar shoe with young
men of fashion.
1419 Farnam Street
in Your Store?
Olerks with Golds,
and Business Poor?
FOU SAIjE CHEAP
A standard pattern, collapsible
Revolving Door solid oak,
heavy plate glaus, with solid
brass push and kick plates.
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I techuilor hort cicanleaiaDdallatccaurrcipaaica,
1 Ako cruises to Watt IiMllaa, Panama
Canal. Arauad the World, throush tha
I raaajaa Canal, anal MatHtarrueaa trip.
ISO West Randolph Bt., Chicago, zu.
Or local agents.
" tmMrn.' Am
at QkasMr tl tt aliMM Btaar Cla.
Nor, Lam, Modtru. Turin-SertU Sttamers
Cam tresis. CsJfenk. CakaWa, CaluaUa
TU8CANIA, 14,000 tons, (Building)
ntU4llaKikuaaTurwkraaa tDn (hIi.
DnU Rmh, Uwm tmtlw fUoua, OrtlMMsa.
LiuwfcNMtr A,U Woa ud Fmtmni Ctbta.
BausretMS Tklnl Clin Fatty Fcralitef-Lsw hits
Smsm fee aunUa nnUi uj ttmSU f 2. u4 ( naa.
RECORD PASSAQI DAYS, 1B HOURS
MtdkerraKaK Service from NewYerk
FIrtt Cafe Pastas to feflss Sll Ma up.
Tttirt Um it Vsry Low Rm.
naWr LIm Drafts Payable rra ml charg
tt BcMk at Tm, U, ate., tlr U
H(NDERON BROTHERS, Oan'l Ato
W, nintfola St., s. ST. Car, Daarkom, Cklag
taaal Aetata Cveryt)-r
h DM Trade
to the Tropica
I JAWJA1Y .7
Xsd Btar and W lilts Star Ida Of
ficii T. O. Brows, B. B. Cor. Madison
and ZisJiall BHsCTMcsro, or local arts.
sTEakr umu a vWv t
Grand Clearing Sale of Tailored Suits
Jawary Prices Right Now in the very
FINE ROUSING MORNING SPECIALS TUESDAY.
Women's Ilonso Dresses Made
to sell to $1.25, 10 dozen In lot,
choice- . .noc
III nek Underskirt
75c and $1.00 values,
Dresses To $7.50
values, choice $2.95
All Wool Serges
$1.25 and $1.50 all wool
serges, ponamas and novelty
tailored suitings, plain colors
and fancies, 54 in. wide, at
Dress Trimmings to $3 Yd., Val. 75c
Tho greatest special offerings wo have ever made. Every yard per
fect, all new, most desirable patterns, in Bands, 'Edges, Galloons and
Alluvcrs, in the most popular coloring.
Hands worth $1.50 to $3.00 75c
Edges worth $1.50 to $2.50 75c
Galloons worth $2.00 to $3.50 75c
Wide assortment, suitable for street gowns and evening dresses.
Tuesday's Special Underwear
Section Domestic Room
Men's fleece lined Union Suits, all
sixes, colors ecru and gray,
worth J1.2B. at 7So
Hoys' Outing Flannel Gowns, In
alzees 4 to 14 years, worth 60c,
Ladles' fleece, lined Underwear, In
all sizes, vests or pants, worth
GOc, at 39o
Boya' Sweater Coats, worth 50c,
Men's fleece lined Underwear, all
sizes, shirts or drawers, worth
60c. at 3So
Ladles' fleece lined Union Suits,
all sizes, colors gray and white,
worth $1.00, at 7So
Boys' fleece lined Underwear
slightly soiled, nhlrts only, worth
26c, at 13 Ho
Ladles and MlaseH' Outing Flan
nel Gowns, all sizes, worth 76c,
Men's Wool Union Suits, worth to
13.50, all sizes
ni ft 141 m.art n a sn
.... . . . . . . .T - T T '
Read Hayden's Mammoth Grocery Sale
FOU TUESDAY It's quality goods
your nouscKecping expenses.
48-lb. sack best high grade JJiotnonu
II Flour, made from the best se
lected wheat, nothing finer for
bread, plea or cakes, sack $1.10
10 bars Beat 'Em All or Diamond C
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
8 lbs. best llolled Breakfast Oat
The best hand picked Navy Beans,
4 lbs. fancy Japan Rice, 10a quality,
The best domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg 7Vio
7 bars Electric Spark or Pearl Wlilto
Advo Jell, Jellycon or Jello, pkg..7Ho
1- lb. cons Assorted Soups 7Hc
idollon cons Golden Table Syrup.. 400
2- lb. pkg. Self-Iltslng Pancake Flour
McLaren's Peanut' Butter. lb...l3H
for Tour Thanksglrtnr Faddlagw,
Pla or Cakss.
Fancy Cleaned Currants, lb 10a
Fancy California Peaches. lb....7V6
Fancy California Muscatel Raisins,
lb 1 8H0
Fancy Oregon Black Prunes, lb..lOo
Fancy Moor Park Apricots 17io
Fancy California Seedless Raisins,
Fancy California Silver Prunes,
IT TDV UAvneiU9e CID&T IT
PAYS Inl nJM. 1 bfwii rinJI
Persistent Advertising' is the Eoad to Big Returns
The Omaha Bee is the Best Medium in Its Territory.
WTOERBET HOTEL I
Sins rooms .
Double bedrooms, boudoir
dressloc-room and bith .
Suites Pettolr, bedroom ea d bath
Each room with bath
Mark Tuesday's Sales
height of the
season. We have
an unusually large
stock and are going
to unload even earlier
200 Tailored Suits
$16.50, $18, $20, $22-50 val
ues. Most wanted styles, col
orings and fabrics, n nn
to close Tuesday uOiUO
Tailored Suits S1215
175 of them in eponges, bed
ford cords, diagonals, serges,
poplins and novelties. Won
derful bargain Tuesday.
$35 Tailored Suits. $
$i0 Tailored Suits.
$50 Tailored Suits .
125 Elegant new suits in the
very choicest of tho season's
fabrics, colorings and styleB.
Flancttto Dressing Saoqucs
( 20 dozen of tbom, mado to sell
to 76c, choice acc
JUuo "Wolf Fur Sots
worth $5.00, choice,
Storm and French Serges
Also imported wool taffe
tas, 44 in. wide, $1 and
$1.25 values, at, yard G8o
Tuesday's Special, Wash Goods
Section Domestic Room
Blue and brown Apron Check
Ginghams, 7c values So
Outing Flannel, good weight. 10c
88-inch Unbleached Muslin So
Table Oil fcloth, 45 Inches wide,
light and dark colors, 20c val
SUkollnes, 36-lnch wide, good col
ors and patterns, 15c values 100
Flannelettes, good patterns, 10c
Mado Bhectfl, 72x90, 60c values
Dress Qlnxhams, good patterns,
124c values 100
Amoakeag Outing Flannels, good
weight, 12",4o values loo
Scotch and Shepherd Plaids, 18c
Cotton Batts. from 11.00 to 8c
and u saving of 25 to RO on
Red Jacket Pure Apple Cider, gal
New Honey, per rack 17io
BUTTER, BtTTTEBINX AKD '
The best Creamery Butter, 1-lb car
The best Creamery Butter, bulk, per
The best Country Creamery Butter,
The best No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb..aeo
Full Cream New York White. Young
America or Wisconsin Full Cream
Cheese, lb. g00
All the best brands Butterine will go
on sale at, per lb ago
Good Luck, Swifts Premium.. Ma
jestic, Marigold or Meadow Grove.
2 lbs. good Butterine, for cooking
Good Table Butterine, lb 17Vio
MB VEOBTABZ.B MARKET OF
OaCAXA FOB THE PEOPLE.
15 lbs. best Idaho Potatoes to the
The beat Holland Seed Cabbage, per
The best AVlsconstn Hubbard Squash,
per lb ,. .3o
Fancy Cooking Apples, peck 3So
2 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce .00
2 atalks Fresh Celery 50
Fancy California Cauliflower, lb..8ViO
Fancy California Ripe Tomatoes, per
Fancy Cranberries, quart 7Mo
3 lbs. Jersey Sweet Potatoes ioo
Subway Entrance .
MAn hotel of distinction
with moderate charges" "
Within llvs minutes of principal railway terminals.
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