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HIE BKtt: OMAIfA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1914.
POOL HALL LICENSES HELD UP
Xugel to Be Given Full Control of
TO HAVE HEARING ON MONDAY
Follre Commissioner linn Authority
to Suspend Llcrnoe ot Anr Tool
Unit Proprietor Who
Ucens ot five, pool halt proprietor
are being hel(l up' by the city council
pending an. Investigation ot the places by
the police. No licences will be granted
until the police commissioner has secured
Information to the character of the
proprietors, and , the kind ot places they
have been operating.
Pol I co Commissioner A. C. Kugel sent
a sergeant of police to Investigate the
halls ot the threo applicants and the
reports, while making no recommenda
tions, were of such character that there
'will bo. no .licenses issued.
An ordinance has been passed by the
city commission giving the police com
missioner, authority to suspend the license
of any pool hall proprietor who violates
'any ot the reKulatory laws.
Commissioner Kugel snld:
"I have given the police to understand
that these pool halls where loafers are
allowed must be cleaned up."
Breeding PIncrs for Crime.
It is Commissioner Kuget'a opinion that
much of the "dime novel crime" plots
are hatched In pool halls whero young
fellows loat day after day. spend all their
money and must schema to securo more.
The council will leave the control of
the pool halts exclusively to tho police
commissioner, having vested him with
complete power to take what remedial
steps he may deem necessary.
Some 6f the proprietors whose licenses
ore being held up will be given a special
hearing at a meeting of the commission
Monday, but as soon as tho commission
passes on the applications It wilt drop
the matter, leaving the pollco commis
sioner In control.
However, proprietors will still have tho
privilege of appealing to tho wholo coun
cil from the decree of tho potlce com
missioner, Many Real Estate
Men Peeved Over
Distinction in Ad
There are twcnty-flvo reel estate men
In Omaha who are not peeved, whllo the
Test are mora or Jess so on account ot an
advertisement that recently appeared In
a local publication.. It contained the
names of twcnty-flvo real estate firms of
the city. Over the names woro the words:
The following ate members of the Ileal
ISstate exchange." Below the Hat ap
peared a paragraph In which was tho sen
tence: "Other agents, may be equally as hon
est and reliable, but they can't render
nd good Bervlce.1'
Somebody shouted that this was not
good advertising ethics, Someone else
agrpefl. Then there was more' and more
ftllcletn of the advertisement, nnd the
rjllclsm Is still afloat. No action has
Veen taken In the matter by the Heal
Estate exchange. It is Just possible Mint
the Issue will be brought up at tho ex
change meeting Wednesday noon, The
distressing thing about It, from the stand
point ot the Ileal Estate exchange, Is
that only twenty-five names of the ex
change members happened to be listed In
the advertisement of that particular day.
Citizens Are Now
Fer the first time In the history ot
ycvlng .eperntlqn In the .city, property
owners are circulating their own peti
tion asking that a street bo paved. The
petition calls for paving on Leavenworth
street from Fortieth to Forty-eighth
street. The petition does not name tho
SMterlal with which the street wilt bo
saved. City Commissioner Thomas Mc
Govern ef the department of public Im
VMvements, in an attempt to eliminate
tho saving promoter, lias tanked property
eirnsrs to sign their own petitions and
slc the paving material , they desire
without the aid of the hired promoters.
BARACA CLASS JOINS
Th Baraca class of tho First Christian
church of this city Monday night applied
ior membership in tbe Trt-Clty liaraca
union and was unanimously accepted.
The slogan ot this liaraca class is "30)
young men between now and the first
ot next year, or bust." Key. Mr. Cobbey,
pastor of the church, teaches the class.
This makes twenty-two Baraca classes
In the union at the present time.
At the executive meeting last night It
was decided to hold a Baraca-Phllathea
banquet some time In the near future, and
also decided to have a Uaraca-Phllathea
day, when the Baraca and Phllatheas
'Wilt attend the church services in a body.
A Happy Child in
Just a Few Hours
Wb cress, com tip ted or If (ever
Uk givo "CaUforaU Sjrwp of Figs"
the ekw't worry.
Mothers can rest easy after giving
'California Syrup of. Figs," .because In a
few hours ail the clogged-up waste, sour
1)11 asd fermenting food gently moves
sut of the bowels, and you have -a welt,
playfu) . cidld again. Children simply
wlH not taka the' time from play to
tnptjr tbalr bowels, and they become
tightly sacked, liver gets sluggish and
Whs cross, feverish, reitlt, see If
tOMFua Is coated, then giva thla delicious
'fruit laxative." Children love It, and
it cauact cause Injury. No difference
what tl your little one-It full ot cold,
v a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomach
ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle
"lamMs steansing" should always be the
ftmt treatment siren. Full directions
for Vaslss, children ot all ages and
a"ew-u are printed on each bonis.
Beware of counterfoil fig syrup. Ask
yemr strucgUt for a 60-cent bottle of
"CaHfsm, gyrus ot Figs." t!)n look
rful)y and see that it Is made by the
'CaMeornla Fig Syrup Company." We
alM M smaller slse. Hand back with
eeertetapt say other fig yrui.-Advr-tfssssist
Supplies for the Taylor Family
MltS. V. P, K1RKKNDA 1,18 WO T,IM
AND OOOD THINGS TO KAT FOR
Another load of clothing and provi
sions was collected Tuesday from readers
of Tho Beo for Mrs. BJna Taylor and
her family north of Benson, tho auto
mobllje and chauffeur ot Mrs. W. 1).
Hosford being loaned for tho purpose.
More money whs also received at Tho
Bee offlco for the fund to be used In se
curing another home for tho poor suf
ferers. George A. Joslyn sent his check for W
toward tho new home, and several re
mittances from out In tho stato hnvo
been receive!. Richard Burncll, who dis
covered tho plight ot tho family and has
done much of the relief work, has sug
(tested that when tho little homo Is bought
with the 1300 fund It bo deeded to the
five children of Mrs. Taylor, with her as
their legal guardlun. In this wny tho
father, who deserted them, will bo un
able to return and profit off the family
Where WiU the
"Garden of Allah"
Arahs Live Here?
Where. Is Omaha going to hoiiso tho
troup of thlity-four Arabs, who will nr.
rlvo In tho city next Sunday, along with
"The Oarden of Allah?'
Thli question Is worrying Manager
Butphen ot the Brandcls theater, and tho
advanco agent of tho big production, who
has been In the city slnco Inst Saturday
morning, to scout up accommodations for
tho dark skinned sons ot tho desert.
Of the fifty Arabs sixteen are Ameri
canized. The Amorlcanlzod troupo will bo
able to find rooms for themselves, but
It Is up to tho advance ngent to secure
accommodations for tho latter.
Persons having rooms for thlrty-fpur
Arabs, who desire to do their
Ing, make their own beds and keep houje
in umana next week will make monoy by
conferring with the management ot tha
Thero arc 110 peoplo In "Tho Oarden of
Allah" production, Including the Arabs
and 6, working crew of twentyVono, com
prising carpentei-H, electricians and others.
Along with the fact that tho un-Amnrl-canlicd
Arabs will do their own cook
ing whllo here. Is tho announcement that
Ben Tata, a member of JLho troupo, Is a
butcher, nnd It Is tin to him tn HlnllaVili-
all the meat eaten by his fellow country
men. Tho meat Is propnrod In true
Arabian fashion and no good member of
tho aggregation would think of eating
meat mat was not prepared by Ben Tata.
FARRINGT0N TAKES PLACE
OF HOSFORD ON COMMITTEE
F. J. Farrlngton has been chosen mem
ber ot tha executive commit I,, nt i
Commercial club In place of V, D.
uosioru, resigned, six nominations were
made for another place on the committee
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of T. C. Byrne. They aro
Thomas Qulnlun, J. T. Stowart, Clark
Powell! Churleo A. floss, C. N, Robinson
and 1 P. Martin.
Captain KllllO Ot tho Balvntlnn .r
appeared before tho committee to report
that the bread lino ho has been operating
has run him short of funds at present nnd
to ask If tho club would do something to
help him. The' commissioner of tho club
was authorized to mako an Investigation
In regard to thla muttnr imfa ih i,,k
takes any action.
It was also decided that thu club shall
bo represented at tho W.. HM rviinti
Bluffs Improvement association February
, at whc)i tlmo tho matter ot the pro
posed freu bridge Is to bo taken up.
CHOOSE BUTTON FOR 1914
A dinner In honor ot Ooutd Pletx was
given by F. W. Judson t the Omaha
club Monday night, as Mr. nnd Mm.
Diets are to start Thursday for a trip
around tho world. The members of the
board of governors of AU-.Snr-P.on woro
tho guests. The full membership of tho
board was present.
A brief time was taken during tho
evening for a business meeting of tho
board, at which tlmo the Ak-Sar-Ben
button for 1914 wos selected from among
a few dosen designs submitted by Spore
tary Weaver. Tho button Is made up In
tho shape of a smiling boy's face. Tho
plume on his hat contains the words,
"Ak-Sar-Ben." At the bottom of tha hn.
! ton la tho date, "ISM,"
The board also accepted nn Invitation
to attend an Initiation of the Knights
vr fun Moon ot Counc.l Bluffs the night
of February 20.
FATHERS AND SONS HAVE '
BANQUET AT BENSON CHURCH
Over 1 attended tho fathers and sons
banquet at the Methodist church at Ben
ion last evening, when County Attorney
Magney addressed the gathering. After
the banquet the fathers played the sons
an Indoor basket hall game. In which tho
tons were successful.
Dnngern nt m Cold.
Do you know that of all the minor
ailment co'da are by for the most wan
g-crous. It U not the colds thttnielvej that
you need to fear, but the serious dl
that reason every ro'd should b gotten
rldof with the least possible, dly. To
accomplish this you will tlnd Chamber
lain's Cough Itemedy of great help tq
you. It loosens a cold, relieves he lung,
aids expectoration and enables th
system to throw f the cold. For sal
op ll dealers. A. 'vertlsetnent
OlTflINK I'fJBD, TO OATHBU CLOTHES
POOR FAMILY AT UKNSON.
he misused. If the generosity of the
public continues till the required sum Is
secured tho plan will bo adopted.' A
number of men have been more willing
to contribute when they were assured
that the benefits of their glfU would be
placed beyond tho roach of the deserting
Mrs. J. J. McMuIlen brought In 12 to
Tho Bee office as sho was on her way
to tho Taylor shack with a large col
lection of food and warm clothing. Kdeon
Rich left )3 which ho said his mother
wished to Rive toward tho present needs
of ,tho family. "F. H." sent CO cents,
"Albion" mailed 2 and numerous smaller
sums hnvo been contributed. Persons
who wish to glvp even small amounts
aro urgol not to hesitate, as every llttlo
bit counts. Scvcrnl school boys have
Clvcn dimes nnd quarters, which will go
to swell the total to tho needed amount.
Odd Fellows Ready
for Grand Lodge
Tho local committees have completed
all arrangements for tho district grand
lodge meeting of the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows ot Nebraska, which will
conveno In the Swedish auditorium
this aUcrnoon at 2 o'clock. Many out
of-town Odd Fellows have signified tholr
Intention of attending tho session nnd
preparations have been made to care for
several hundred members in tho after
r.oon and evening.
The past grand and grand lodge do
grees will bo conferred upon-a large class
df candidates in tho afternoon and the
four degrees ot tho subordinate lodgo
will be exemplified In tho evening.
On account ot tho friendly rivalry be
tween the teams putting on tho degree
work, some excellent degree work wilt be
presented. The evening session wilt be In
charge of Wasa lodgo No. 183 and will be
cpencd promptly at, 7 o'clock tn order
that the four degrees and tho banquet
may be finished by 1 or - o'clock tho
Tho street mllwuy company will keep
street cars In waiting to take the mem
bers homo ns soon as the session adjourns,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO MEET
AT FLORENCE THIS WEEK
Tho Douglas County Sunday Bchoot as
sociation will hold Us annual convention
nt Fotitcnelle hall, Florence, Thursday,
Friday nnd Saturday nnd all Sunday
sohools ot tho county have been asked to
send representatives. Sunday school
work will be discussed by a number of
Some of tho speakers will bo Rev. U. A.
llurlburt, Miss Margaret Kllen Brown,
general secretary of tho state associa
tion; W. II. Klmbcrly, field secretary
of tho association; R. S, Flower, boys'
work director of tho Young Men's Chris
tian association; C. F. BattersINti, Miss
Esther A. Johnson nnd Rev. Robert Carr.
Several soloists aro on the program,
which Includes discussions, .conferences,
questions and answers, ''exchango ot ex
periences," and papers on missionary
HOWELL WILL TELL DENVER
HOW TO RUN WATER PLANT
R. Beecher Howell, general manager ot
the metropolitan water district of Omuhu,
will speak In Denver Friday evening ut
the Instance ot thu advocates ot municipal
ownership ot tho Denver water plant Ha
will tell how ho has manaccd the Omaha
plant A bitter fight Is being fought In
Denver against municipal ownership.
REV, DUTCHER FORMERLY
PASTOrVHERE IS DEAD
The Rev. Dr. B. A, Dutchar, formerly
of tho First Christian church, died in
Kansas City Sunday morning ot a com
plication of diseases. Ho was GO years
otago and Is survived by a son and
daughter, who llvo In Oklahoma City.
Interment was in Kansas City yesterday.
WIDOW OF POLICEMAN
' APPLIES FOR A PENSION
Mrs. Joslo Corncau, widow of a police
officer, has applied for the pension pro
vided for widows ot policemen who lose
their lives In tho service. Tho city com
mission Is Considering the application,
which Is the first of Its kind. Tho pension
calls for a minimum of J3) a month.
Old-Time Cold '
Get a small package ot Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as tho German folks
cal It, "Hamburger Brust TUee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of tha
tea. put a cup of boiling water upon
It, pour through a sieve aud drink a
ictui uit t aujr itiuc. tv IS ins lUOJt
effective way to break s. cold and curs
crlD. as it oDens' tha nnr rll.uin
.congestion. Also loosens tho bowels,
thus breaking a cold at once.
It Is Inexpensive und entirely vege
table, therefore harmless. Advertlso-ment.
WILL PUSH IMMIGRATION
General Passenger Agent Wakeley
to Urge Booster Appropriation.
WAHTS MONEY FOR ADVERTISING
Will Stake SlKMvlnw of the AVny thr
Western Pnrt of he Stntc
Is Forirliia; Its Wny to
the Krunt. 1
General Passenger Agent Wakeley of
tho Burllngun has gone to Chicago nnd
while thero l-i is expected to take pnrt
In tho confensnco ot officials of the Hill
roaJs rclatlvo U, the plans to bo adopted
(for pushing settlers Into tho west during
I tho coming, spring nnd summer.
Mr, Wakeley will Insist that the No
. braska nnd Wyoming lines over which
I he has jurisdiction bo given considera
tion and that they come In for nn'cqultable
sharo of tho expropriation Bet aside for
I advertising purposes. Ho goes updii tho
theory that It It. to the company's Inter
est to exploit the western part ot this
state and eastoru Wyoming, putting a
settler upon at least every sectlcn of tho
land, thereby Increasing the population
and at tho satno tlmo nddlng to the quan
tity of frclgot that of necessity must bo
hauled In and out
With him Mr. Wakeley has taken tho
facts nnd figures showing what the west
ern part of Nebraska has dono In the
list two years In shipping out cream and
butter He will also present to the offi
cials figures on tho Increase of llvo stock
(n the western counties along tho Bur
lington, showing tc what oxtent tho coun
try has been benefited by ranchers who
hnvo borrowed money with which to buy
cows and young cattle. He believes that
he will bo able to mako a pretty good
showing and furnish conclunlvo proo
that as a live stock section tho sand
hill area of Nebraska cannqt bo beaten
Wanted in Iowa on
'White Slave Charge
Charles F. Karl, wanted at Ottumwn.
Ia has been taken at Lincoln by Deputy
United States Marshal A. M. Wright of
Chadron, who camo to Omaha Tuesday
morning to mako formal delivery of the
prisoner to William P. Warner, United
States marshal. As soon as tho order of
removal Is Issued by Judge T. C. Munger
the prisoner will bo taken to Iowa, whero
he will bo tried for violation of tho Mann
A. A. NEWMAN TO BE BURIED
AT BENSON WEDNESDAY
Andrew A. Newman, Fifty-eighth and
Spalding streets, who died Sunday night
nfter a brief Illness, will bo burled
this afternoon at Mount Hope
cemetery. Funeral services aro to bo
held nt the English Lutheran church,
with Rov. Mr. Ringer officiating. Mr.
Newman hiuV lived In Benson for the last
six years and in Omaha thirty years
previous to moving to that suburb. Ho
was Identified with the contracting and
building business. Surviving, besides the
wife, aro four sons, Oscar, Edward and
Leonard, all at home, and Carl at Spirit
. A Bitter Tonic
aids digestion. Electric Bitters will In
crease your appetite, help digest your
food nnd tone up your system. C0o and
$1. All druggists, Advertisement.
WANT FIFTEEN THOUSAND TO
REPAIR CITY HALL BOILERS
An emergency ordinate appropriat
ing 115,000 for repairs to tho city hall
boilers was passed by tho city commis
sion. Tho ordinance makes no provision
for raising money and all departments
are now pinched for funds,
All parties Interested In tho cure and
prevention of tuberculosis and asthma,
should read Nature's Creation new book.
It contains vital Information regarding
tho uso of Nature's Creation, tho scien
tific home treatment ot tuberculosis,
asthma and kindred discuses, such ns
bronchltlH, catarrh, weak lungs, linpuro
blood and run-down system. It also con
tains nhotos and testimonials from tomni.
Inent parties. If you are unablo to
ran, write toaay ior tins book, it will
be sent free of all charces and vou will
Te under no obligations whatever. Ad-
uress w. liyman, Dept. 19, 4K rtlca
Hide, Des Moines. Iowa. Naturv'H Crea
tion Is not a patent medicine and cannot
bo obtained In drug stores.
TO NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY
Full Quart Only 80 Cent Expres Paid
THIS Is a special Introductory offer we are making to NEW
customers only and if VOU have never tried Hayner
Whiskey, wo want you to try It NOW. Cut out this ad
mail It with your order and 80 cents In stamps flr coin and
the full quart bottle of Hayner Private Stock Dottled-in-Bond
Wtiskey will be sent in sealed case express charges paid. It's
great aBoMkd-i'ii-i&rtdwhlskeyof thefinest kind sealed with
the U.S. Government's Green Stamp over the cork your assur
ance it is fully ased, full 100 proof, full measure as good and
pure as can be produced. It's sure to please you jure to win
your future trade. You take no chances you know we are
responsible been In business 47 years capital $500,000.00
fully paid. Don't put this off order right now and goods
vill go forward by first express.
NfYTT- Order 'ren Arii.. Wto Oolo Moat, ud til iU WMt
.lull, thereof utul call for IIM tar au quul ip.ex ild. S3-M
(AH tutors onUr mutt t or FOUR itavta or aaers)
AJJntt our nart office
THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.. Dept. &105
Dtrt,0U St.Uas,K. kKHw. Nrw OiIum, La.
TtM.OU Utplb.M. bamCtt.sb. St.hil.Iliu. ,UdtxTikni.
DR. BRAdBURY DENTIST
1.104) Fnroain Street. & Tears Same Offloa. Pbono Doue. 1700
Extracting SSe Cs
Fillings HOc Up
Urliluework ....$2.QO Up
Crowns 52.50 Up
Plates $2.00 Up
When You Smell the
Good Food Cooking
Ami It Makes You Sick It Is a Sure
Sign That You Need Stunrt's
It Is time to pay attention to your
stomach when the sight or smell of food
makes you sick, for were this not the
fact the stomach would nbt cause such
disgust upon the part of the Sense of
smell and taste when nioal tlmo comes
All the world has to eat. You men who
j walk to your meals like you do to a drug
I Ktoro for medicine, should at one realize
' that there Is a relief for you. This re
I lief Is Btuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
The Dyspeptloi "How can a man live
In n smell Ilk that?"
Taste, sight and smell all have n In
fluence upon digestion. It one cats some
thing that does not taste good one re
tards the work of digestion becauxo the
Juices necessary to digest the thing eaten
will not flow In correct proportion.
On the other hand, jjocu food will al
ways excite the taste through actual con
tact with the food In the mouth or
through the sight or sense ot smell, un
less tho stomach knows that It cannot
Wo thus readily learn that the simple
act of giving nature tho digestive fluids
she needs, will bring back nil tho joys
of good eating, and tasting, smelling and
seeing dainty dishes will uxclto a rousing
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are com
posed of natural Ingredients that n worn
out digestion simply welcomes with a
wild delight. They enrich the stomach
Julcea quickly so that If you want to eut
an out-of-the-ordlnary -after-the-theatre
sort of a dinner. Just carry a Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablet In your pocket, take
It after tho meal nnd you will digest that
Your druggist will .supply you with a
box no matter where you live. Price 60
"J . 4.
13 AND FIlbert Streets.
2 Minute rVom PENNSYLVANIA
end PHILADELPHIA 6 READING
TERMINALS NEAR TO EVERYWHERE
fgQP cwzcts ftp'.
Popul ar Cafe , Grill
Zs Serving- a
50c NOON DAY LUNCH
In All Dining Rooms
Every Day Except Sunday,
11 ISO A.M. to SIOO P.M.
$1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner,
6130 to 8:00 V. IX.
ii iai S WIVVA
BDTTlf 11 IN RGM
U Ml IIMIW
Missing Teeth supplied
without Plates or llrldge
tvorfc. h'ciTca renoved
tvlthout pain. Work uuar.
anteed ten yean.
msdu'l skin remedy a liquid used
ezttrnlly - isiiant relief from Itch.
the mildett of cleanters
CHs keeps tender and dsliczS
tldni always clean and healthy
m hcrm. a & M iu.nn 11 Drug Co..
OUn 1011 RUG
Bolster Rolls, Pillows and Mattresses
Al Bolster Rolls, most perfect
mado - S1.25
o-lb. .IMUows, cloan, sanitary
chicken feathers, pr 75d
Some 7-lba. to pair .... S1.25
DuCk.rgooso and chicken feather
Pillows, per pair S1.75
Genuine Layer Felt Mnttrcsses,
one day, Wednesday
Specials in Domestic
Men's and Boys' Outing Flannel
Gowns. 50o values nt 35c
Ladlca' Fleece Lined Underwear
vests or pants, COo values. .. .35c
Misses' and Boys' Fleece Lined
Union Suits, 60c values 39o
Men's Flceco Lined Underwear,
all sizes, shirts or drawers, 60c
values at 39o
Ladles' medium weight ribbed
Union Suits, regular und extru
sizes, 69c values, at. 39c
Boys' Fleece Ribbed Union Suits,
sizes 21 to 31. 60c value nt..23c
Boys' BloiiHo Waists, black sateen
stripes, bluo c li am b r a y "and
white, 50c value, at 35o
Men's Cotton Flannel Gloves, lea
ther tipped, regular 16c values,
High Grade Wash Goods
3 Great Items For Wednesday Selling.
35c nnd 35c SIIjK AND COTTON NOVELTIES, 15c.
Plain silk dotted silks, figured silks and other novelty silk and mer
cerized goods, always sell for 25c to 35c yard, at this sale .... 15 1
25c LORRAINE TISSUE NOVELTIES, 25o
Lorraine Tissues are tho best in the world fast colors fine styles
.handsome designs. They are made to sell for 25c yard, at this sale
cerized goods, always sell for 25c to 35c yard, at this sale.... 15
25c nnd 35c SILK AVARP GINGHAMS, 18c.
French ginghams, aTTout 100 pioces silk warp, silk figures; bright,
neat, snappy designs. They aro made to soli at 35c, Wednesday 18i
Our Wash Goods stock is nearly all in now and on exhibition in our
middle room. Como and examine our display. Goods ranging from
IS&c to S1.00 Yard.
Specials in Drug Sept.
25c slzo Mentholatum ISo
COo Carmine or Isabella
Face Powder 25o
Free with every 50c Jar
Palm Ollvo Cold Cream
we give you five bars
of Palm Ollvo Soap ab
Ono hundred Dr, Hln
kle's Cascara Tablet,
No. 3, regular price lOo
per dozen; our price.
100 for SSo
Shah of Persia Toilet
Soap, per bar 19c
One hundred PhenolaX
Wafers, regular price
COc, our prico ..... 30o
25c Size Bath Sweet lOo
25c Danderlne Hair
Tonic for 15o
50c Canthrox Hair
Shampoo for ......33c
$1.00 size Dr. Mills'
Nervine at B9o
Two full ounces Triple
Ext White Boso "Per
fume for .........400
25c Dustless Dust Cloths,
slzo 36x30, each, l3Hto
Read Hayden's Big Special
We make the prices for the peopls
nnd savs you from 85 to 50 on
yonr housekeeping expenses.
22 lbs. beat Granulated Sugar. . .91.00
48-lb. sack best high grade Diamond
H Flour nothing finer for bread,
pies or cakes, per sack 91.10
10 bars Beat-'Bm-AU or Diamond O-
Soap for - 350
10 lbs. best White or Yelloty Corn
8 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal
6 lbs. best Hand Picked Navy Beans,
per lb 25o
6 lbs. beat Bulk Laundry Starch.. 25o
6 canB Oil or Mustard Sardines. . ,23c
The best Domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg. 7Ho
Gallon cans Golden Tablo Syrup.. 400
V6-lb. cans Golden Table Syrup... 9o
2-lb. pkg. Self Plslng Pancako Flour
Tall cans Alaska Salmon. ....... .100
4 cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn...23o
4 cans fancy Wax, String. Green or
Lima Beans v -Jso
1-lb. cans Assorted Soups 7io
16-oz. can Condensed Milk ;BJ
McLaren's Peanut Butter, lb,...1254o
K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg so
Hershey's Breakfast Cocoa. lb....20o
Tho best Japan Tea Sittings, lb,..10o
Golden Santos Coffee, lb.. 30o
The Best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, lb 30
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FRY SHOE CO.
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7. J. X.XDBT, Prop.
DR. E. R. TARRY . 240
AT LOWEST PRICES
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Duck and Gooso Pillows, choico
quality, pair S2.00
Real Gooso Feather Pillows, per
Combination Mattresses, full size,
great snap, in this sale at 3.05
full size and full weight, on sale for
Wash Hoods Specials
' 10MESTIC ROOM
Unbleached Muslin, 36 Inches
wide, 7c values 5i
Table Oil Clothst dark and light
colors, 20c values X5i
Ginghams, blues, browns, 7c
Mikado Crepe, for kimonos,
18c values 9Wi
Imported Dress Ginghams, 31
inches wldo 12?!
Cotton Challies, 6c value 3Ja
Bleached Muslin, 36 Inches
wide, 7Mjc values .... 5J4
Ratine Cloth, good colors, 25c
Outing Flannel, 7&c values,
PHsae Crepe, plain or figured,
25c values ' 15rt
for Thursday's Selling
Ono pound pure Import
ed Castile Soap for 15o
All Bubber Ooods Great
ly Cat In Price
$4 Wellington Fountain
Syrlngo and Hot Wator
Bottle, two In one,
guaranteed flvo years,
One lot of $2 and J2.D0
Fountain Syringes and
Hot Water Bottles, at,
Grocery Sals for Wednesday
Golden Santos Coffee, lb...'. 30o
The Best Country Creamery Butter,
The Best Dairy Table or Boll Butter,
. lb, 230
Full Cream Cheese, lb 18o
Imported Swiss or Roquet ort Cheese,
lb. . 33o
TBS VEGETABLE MARKET FOB
THE PBOPI.E IS HAYDEN'S
15 lbt. of the best White or Bed Po
Demand 1G lbs., the law requlrts'lt
Large bunches Fresh Beets, Carrots,
Turnips, Shallots or Radishes, per
3 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 10c
Large Head Lettuce, head 7Mo
Fancy Blpe Tomatoes, lb lOo
Old Beets, Carrots, Turnips or Par
snips, lb 2Uc
Kancy Cabbage, lb . ajio
Fresh Brussels Sprouts, lb 17V4o
3 large Green Peppers. .loo
Fancy Fard Dates, lb 13o
Fancy Hallowe'en Dates, lb lOo
Fancy. Large, Juicy Lemons at, tier
Est Highland Xavel Oranges
nothing healthier ons-hslt tbs price
250 slzo, Wednesday, dozen 12c
200 slzn, Wednesday, dozen loo
170 size, Wednesday, dozen 20o
150 le. Wdnesdy, doyen 25o.
comes witb such weather aa
wo aro now experiencing.
Shoes that fit this weather and
your feet that's tho kind that
receive our attention just now.
Fry's footwear are made right
4nsido and out, through and
through. You'll recognize the
distinptive style of Pry's shoes
tho moment you get them on
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Irass Railings Kick Flatt Papr Iwmts
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