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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1914)
THE NATIONAL SUNDAY MAGAZINE
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She Was on Time !
The motor comes at t'ijrht and
lioiTors! it's iivo to eight now.
You mustn't koim liini waiting' !
Sui'li a quandary ! There's no one to
hook you up. Hlaokost despair! Hut
a lumpy tlmuulit That now jrown il
fastens with Koli-i-nonr. (iood - nu
can fasten i oursolf up in hall' a minute
The day is saw d '
"Cood-by, Old Hook and Eye! "
M DRESS FASTENER ISJIMJ
Koh-i-noor makes a MtiiMith tl.it M'ain and an t
rut oh m laoniir hair Won rust pult utl m tin
wringer or injure the Hnt'si tubru Mail'- n
thirteen Mios Inark and white 10V prrc.ird -f
12 sold I'vi'rywhori Wrm for Honk of i'r -lu
turns given fur emi puns on i-m-h .ml
WALDES & CO., Makers. 137 W. Fifth Ate.. N.Y. C.
Prague Dresden Pant Wan aw London
1 don't care what color your hair It, V
ttlipthti ft - (ra .rUovmh &trrak L
ONE APPLICATION ! tu
Will Make It Any DoautiluT
Color 1 " i't fci e t
lni a r h -it I tv. fnll Mtfe
BM"-nr m i -.il , it kl - j lit- 1
itir$ftf at lioiice Iti tu iU-- -tiw-s hmI tii. nlof url nn
scalp, make i natura U tmfc lor n n- an flete t
ONE BOX MAKES 32 DIFFERENT SHADES,
jtt Mai k tu Ii,,1it Min le tint leu t f.i.le, lubor t m
NO AFTER SHAMPOO NECESSARY. I hr ul
prri .trahtin tint makes tt i hr I . r fj'lr.l liair am df- -Sired
sha le Key il ir j n t I II I Ji it it 1
If n will tend me a sample ol your hair t frum
the runty mil trtl im vint "I r "u d like it to Iw.
I'LL COLOR IT FREE l t . h.. mi Ii . rrtr t
and natural it lik
SAMPLE DROBEuiAvp FREE ;
Route laponais is the m t ti.it urn I rouge tint In the I
vtorM llai n Uuish tme .'m, ' t 'I lie 56 psg
took let iles. tlls lien l mr-tli 1 .f aluiivs look in,; I
younn an I beautiful It th s . i lr .in 1 1 .ml 1-t are free. 1
Write for them t U
L. PIERRE VALLICNY, Dept 0. 24 E. 42d SL, New York 1
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Is fteuuontly nindo by
owners or our ruinous
Moitj -(io-Iiounds. II Is
a lilc-iinylnir healthful
liusini'ss Jus! the tlllliL'
for I lir man ho rnn't
stand indoor woik. or is
nut lit for lirnvy tvoilt.
mid lius soini- niom'j to
Invest In a inoni'y-imil.-iT.
t Ii i ii ir I 11 tlli IMlllllL'.
(iallor.v lliu fmm a hand iovi Meni-tio-Itoiind
to tho highest KradoC ainussollos. Thoj nroslm
lln Incunstrurtliin unit rt-quin- ii" spi'rtal knnwlodgo
louperato. Wriii tintay for.'ataiucuoanU panlculars.
Park Amuiement Outfitlert
609 Sweeney St. , North Tonowanda, N.Y.
Reduce Your Flesh
LET ME SEND YOU "AUTO MASSEUR
40 DAY FREE TRIAL
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6H Tv6 v"lfni
said Stranli'lKli. "Miss Armstrong: I
pavo it to mo to assist mo in my
DrawlnB tho lottor from ills pocket,
ho showed tho date o the lawyer,
who, consult inn his tile, said: "It's
Just as I expected. That letter was
written ten days later than tho one 1
received. Sorry I ant unable to give
ou nny assistance, Mr. StranlelBh."
"I ant sorry, also. I suppose there
wouldn't bo much use telegraphing to
tho address ho gives in Chicago?"
"I see no object in that, since he's
not there now."
"Thank you, Mr. Hicketts. Good
Keaehing the sidewalk, Rtranlelgh
almost fell into the arms of Jim
Dean. Here, then, was the man who
had been following him.
"Good morning, Mr. Dean."
"Mornln"' snarled .Mm, briefly.
"I've just been up to see Mr. Klok
etts, expecting to get from him some
information about Mr. Armstrong,
but he doesn't appear to know very
"Well, your tlie first man I ever
heard say that S. A. Hicketts doesn't
know very much, but 1 think by-and-by
you will find that others know a
"Oh, there's a lot of supcrlluous
knowledge lying around loose."
"Very likely," remarked ,11m, la
conically, as he turned on his heel,
and walked away, while Stranleigh
went to enlist the services of a tele
A MKSSAG10 was written, giving tlio
New York detective particulars in
detail as far as ho possessed them
asking that no expense be spared, and
requesting that Armstrong, when
found, should be presented with two
hundred dollars, with instructions to
take tlie first train home whore his
presence was urgently needed.
"Great Scott!" cried the operator,
"is that all one message?"
"Yes," said Stranleigh.
"Well, stranger, you'll have to dig
up a pretty big wad to pay for this."
Stranleigh passed over tlie amount
"About what time shall I call for
"Oli, you won't need to call, Mr
Stranleigh. When it conies, Til lock
up the olllce, and find you if you're
"I'll be over at the tavern."
"All right; you'll got it."
"Thanks. Good morning."
Strnnluigh took tlie next train tu
the nearest town east, and from there
did more telegraphing, but this time
the message was in cipher, and it was
addressed to his agent in New York.
Translated, it read:
"Send me at once by express, regis
tered and insured, twenty thousand
dollars In currency, made up of five
dollar, ten-dollar and hundred-dollar
The address was fully written out
He found there was time for lunch
before the west-bound train arrived,
and ho adjourned to the chief hotel,
whose accommodation was superior to
that of the Bleachers tavern.
N HIS return to Bleachers, he
called at the telegraph olllce. The
young man in. charge, at onco recog
nizing him, announced: "Nothing
doing. The moment anything comes,
I'll bring It over to you. Say, was
there any tiling secret about that tele
gram you sent this morning?"
"No; why do you ask?"
"Iticketts, tho lawyer, came in
about ten minutes ago, and described
you; wanted to know If you had sent
"What did you say to him?"
"I said nobody had sent a telegram,
and that 1 knew nothing about you.
Ho seemed powerful anxious about
It, and offered me a dollar to let him
know if you telegraphed. I went
over to tell you about it, but they said
you hadn't been in since breakfast."
"Ah!" slowlv ejaculated Rtran
"Itifki-itji is always mighty nriuus
about an M lunger who auhes in
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Kxpoi'ts anil amateurs, lioxs ami jfirls, will lieiietit h phmnu billiards nl Imm:
Tlie physical and mental revival ion the concent i at mn, self cunt rul, excitouieiii
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Tho "Uiiby Grand" is it sttporb hoino-sizi Mahogany Milliard or
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We also build ronvertililo" Billiard Tables, used also as Dinim; Tallies. Library Tallies
or n.iveiipurts. These popular tables are equal in plu. inw qualities to the -Uaby ( !rand"St lis
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We sell all stiles and sizes of Brunswick Billiard Tables duvet troni factory to home
at exceptionally low prices. Kas, tonus of payment extending oxer a .ear
Playing Outfit Free
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