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THK OMAHA SUNDAY HEE: OCTOBKU 18, 1914.
CREIGHTON GRADS SCATTER
Dentist from iMt Tear'i Claii
Flock in Erery Direction.
CmGHTON DEHTS HONORED
e-saral Klee. Otfl' la Nebraska
tat Deatal Society
Ottsr F"1a- ta
afftee af r.
The fniluitM of the Owl flit on dental
colics; bar ohoern their location for
practice ovrr a wtd rpreadlng territory.
Toir ara practicing in Omaha, of whom
Ir. Roreneon, Carroll and McCann hav
office In the City National Bank build
ing and Ir. Kelly In Tha Be building.
Three are located In Iowa, Dr. MeGran
being In Ploux City. Vr. Oogcrty In Wa
terloo and Dr. Coy In Hamburg. Dr.
Denton reside In Kansas City, and all
tha othere ara scattered thrmirt tha
towna of Nebraska, Dr. Fleming- being
In Wynot, tr. Rogers In Scrtbner. Dr.
F. S. Taylor In Arlington, Dr. Howry In
Tecumseh. Dr. Mayer In Blair, Dr. to
retta Whlta In Norfolk, Dr. Allen in
Emeraon, Dr. Warder In Friend. Dr.
toyl In GreeJey and Dr. Runyaa in
Crelhea Mea Offirera.
Among tha new officer of tha Ne
braaka SUM Dental octety ara several
Crelghton men. Dr. 1L E. King af tha
Crelghton Colleg of Ivntietry haa bn
reflected treasurer. Dra. Bruenlng and
Shearer ara assistant auperintandanta of
cllnlca, and tha former I alao ohalrman
of tha history committee. Dra. A. D.
Davis, D. D. S., 1U, of Oxford, and M.
E. I'ettlbone, D. D. 8.. 190, of O'Neill,
are on the membership eommlttaa, and
Dr. a X. Bo-sell, D. D. B., U10. of Stan
ton, U a member of tha eommlttaa on
art and Invention.
Dr. O. W. Hamilton, formerly superin
tendent of the cilnlo at the Crelghton
orutal college aiid professor of proa
tbetlo dentistry, la seriously in wtUi ty
Father Rlgge, dean of the phyalc de
partment of C'relKhton, ba a record
breaking ooIIck clas Id physic thl
year, bixty-four students are taking tha
course, exactly twice the number vt laat
Dr. R. J. Btrneten, who graduated from
Crelghton medical in if and ha sines
been la tha aervloe of the United State
medical corps, la now on the U. B. H.
Tennessee, During moat of the last year
he haa been atatloncd at Vera Crua.
Dr. J. H. Wallace. president of the Na
tional Asaoclatlon of Dental Exsmlnrs,
waa lately a visitor to the Crelghton Col
lege of iJentlsiry, and he expremwid hi
satisfaction and pleasure at the new
qulpment Installed in tha Infirmary.
William P. Callahan, one-time star
quart bark of tb Creighton varsity, ba
been elected to the athletic board of
Crelghton to fill the place made vacant
by the resignation of Kdward F. Leery.
Kdward A. Crelghton waa elected secre
tary to succeed Mr. Iary.
Dr. Deaperher of the dental oolleg
faculty I expected to return home this
week, from hla visit to France. Dr. Des
peclier left Just before the war broke
out to visit relatives in France and ha
paased through nome Interesting adven
tures while across the water.
The Crelghton varsity men are telling
a good on on Flood, the diminutive
quarterback. Flood got Into hi flrat
gam with Pelievue this year. He is vary
xrltable. When aent onto the field t
replace Carrlg In ilia Kearney game.
Flood wanted to know If he couldn't have
a fewpractio naaaea from Ltora at cen
ter. Flood denio tha story
Dr.' Walter A. Bloedom. Crelghton med
ical Vut, who haa for the last five year
been pasaod asslatant surgeon In the
United Ktataa navy, la now atudylng at
George Washington University, Washing
ton, D. C, and ex pec's to receive an
A. H degree J una 1. 1818. After that he
will work for ao A, M. degree at John
Hopkins university, Bultlmure, Hid.
Dr, W. l B hearer, member of the fao
Ulty at the dentai college, who attended
the International dental meeting In Lon
don, which waa Interrupted by the break
ing out ef war, thinks the statu of
dentlrtry In London could be much Im
proved by the establishment of dental
college conducted on the American plan.
A curious custom he noticed is that In
tngland dentists discard the title ' doc
tor" for the apparently mora honorable
on ct "mister.1'
UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA ,
PAPER GETS NEW NAME
A nsw nam wa selected for tha Met
ropolitan, tha University of Omaha pub
lication. Hereafter tha paper will be
known a the Gateway.
As th'Oatway rob t the official
booster organisation of tha school, mem
ber of the newly-elected staff thought it
mora appropriate to call the paper the
Gateway, a it reflected tha activities of
the university In a mora general way.
Beside the elected start, including Ed
win Kelts, editor: Ruth Peter, assistant
editor; Jacques fUeur, business rnsnagnr,
and Robert Hughe, assistant business
manager, the following students will help
on ths publication:
Bamuet Blotky. athletic: Maryallo
Sidwall. alumni; EXtta Clellaad, social;
Gladys T aimed I e loea); Dorothy Scott,
Toung Women' Christian asaoclatlon l
Roy Oraeling, Toting Men' Christian as
aoclatlon ; Mra Waters, dramatlo elub;
Will Thompson, c bonis: Oldham Paisley,
Gateway club, and Marlon Pearaell,
aquiba. Pearl Gain and Edward Moray
were also elected associate adltora
Tb Gateway will be la mag ax Ins form
y cf Future
Class Officers at University of Omaha
( :) m
President of feenlor Class.
President Freshman Clasa
and will be Issued each month of the
school year. Tha staff will have charge
f tha annual.
l'ntrerlty of Oraaba News Note.
Ist Baturdsy evening Mis Dorothy
Bcott entertained a number of friends at
Miss little Tnderhlll, former grivdunte
of the University of Omaha, and now
teaching in the Mlndrn. Neb., KIl-Ii
arhool, was a visitor at the university
A. J. Helnxman, International traveling
pecretary of the Young Men'a ChrtstlHn
association, addressed the students Fri
day at chupel on the, "Importance of Re
ligion to the College Man."
Kdward Morey has been elected stu
dent mannger of the barkt bull Inern
and Rolxvrt Huglies his asNlstsnt. ' The
elc:tl-n aas brouKht about letaus of
the failure of e.orge McLsfferty, man-.
ager-elect. to return to school.
A Young Men's Christian association
wa organised Wednesday with the fol
lowing ofriners: Roy Creeling, president;
John flelbert. vice president; Hoy Chcno
weth, secretary and treasurer, and Kd
ward Morey and Dick Richards sergeants
at arms. Prof. Tynsr, in charge of the
preparatory students, baa been chosen
a (acuity member.
Tha following young Women will attend
the Toung Women' Christian associa
tion convention at Lincoln next Friday -Ulady
tchamp, Kflle Clelland, Annie
Barnes, Mlnnl Johnson. Gene Berger,
Olga Andersen, Belma Andersen, Mra
Water, Dorothy Boot! and Kuth Peters.
Thsy plan to stay over and see the
Nebraska-Kansas foot ball game Hat-
A class In hsndlcrttft work ha been
started by Mia Augusta Knight, In
structor In fine aits, it Is the pur(ss
or the cluss to make i'anav drawings,
leather aork and flchlnss, to he ruady
for tha Clirlstma hoJUlsys os kIIis.
In an effort to ralxe fund f,)r tlie
Gntsway, sum of the prosrenslve stu
dent have opened a enndy Mnnd at the
school, the proceeds to be used in pav
ing the xpnee of issuing ths publication.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROM
Clan Gordon Athletic Association
Elect. New Officeri.
MBS. MANCHESTER CELEBRATES
Birthday Anniversary Acknowl
edged by Shower of Flower and
Iter Office, Banked with
BUSINESS MAN FAVORS
RAISE IN MILEAGE BOOKS
Soma week ago th traveling men of
th country protested against the propo
Itlon of th railroads, whereby they
ought permission from the Interstate
Commerce commission to raise the prlc
of mileage books from S to t cent per
Now Lorenio Norvell of the Falrbanka
Mora company of Chicago ha aotered
tl arena In behalf of th Business Men's
association of Chicago and advocatea the
advanoe. He replies to the proteat of tha
traveling men and In a letter to General
Passenger Agent Wakeley ef the Burling
ton, asserts that th houses for which
thy travel and not th traveling men
are th one who hava to foot th bills.
LARGE ATTENDANCE FOR
THE OMAHA NIGHT SCHOOLS
lira Elisabeth R. Park and Mis Ca
bell Schaller will act a principal of
th Comenlu gad Kellom night schools,
respectively, when th night school term
start Monday evening. According to
Mr. Park prospects ere for a large at
tendance this year deanlte tha fact that
th number of Immigrant to thl coun
try haa dronnil tn mi im, Mni f . ... I
r r ww,,. v . i'iv .
ert, during th lt year. The prlnri-
Dftlal Mtlfift (A flti1 tKakl kI...ss O.AU I-
w -r SlilH ih h V WDSO llltll JJ 111-1
tsrestlng than ver thl year because of
me wsr in txirope. as most of the at
tendant ar descendant from the bellig
erent nation a
Uuch thought ha been airan In lata
waar to the subject of maternity, la
the citle there are maternity hospital
equipped With modem methoda Rut
(neat wwmea prefer then awa heme and
In tha towaa and. yUlaga . witist urtfer .
them. And slno thl la true w know
front th great many splendid letter
written en the subject that our "Mother's
Friend" la a great bslp ta expectant
Bother. Tar writ cf tha woodsrtul
raiief, bow it seemed to allow the
raueclea ta expand wltnoot undue atrala
and what a splendid Influeno It wa
the nervous system. Buca ' help as
-Mother Friend" and th ' broader
knowledge of them shouid have a helpful
Influence upon table of th future.
Jtcleuca aya that aa Infant derive it
ens and build it enaraolar from
euianeou Impressions. And a tranquil
mother certainly will transmit a nor
baalthful Influence than if h U Jx
trcoiclr nervous iron undue pain. : Thla
U wtuit a host of 4roma believa wha
ushI Mother mend - - .
Tlee puiuta ar snor thorough -plained
la a Uttl boo mailed frea,
"MoUier'a FTiand' 1 ld in sll drug
tore. Writ f book. fcr.1VI Itegula
ieg Ijl. Ui Laaiaa ldc AUaaia. ta.
IMMIGRATION IS SHOWING
MOST MARKED DECREASE
Csneral Passenger Agent Wakeley of
th Burlington Is ia receipt of soma
statistics from th chairman of th East
ern Faaaenger association, showing that
tb war la Europe baa reduced the immi
gration to the Cnlted State from Europe
to the lowest minimum ia years. Figure
for June of the present year show th
arrival of 41. Ta steerage passengers at
New Tork, whereas during the corre
sponding month af laat year there were
lll.ML During July of thla year th ar
rival war BIX, as against W 067 steer
age passenger during th corresponding
month on year ago.
WICK'S WHEEL BUFFET
IS RAIDED BY POLICE
The "Wheel Buffet. operated as a cafe.
dance hall and eahret ehowplao by due
Wick, Twelfth and Iodge streets, waa
raided Trtday night by the police and
thirteen luckless gallants and a like num
ber af young women were taken to Jail,
together with Wick.
The raid wa made on the upstairs of
th ealooa. It wa found fitted up in ex.
pensive sty Is. and when the officer got
in the splendor of th plac mad therai
gasp In amaxement Th "Wheel has.
been operating for several week without!
official knowledge. I
WHARTON MAXES SOME
. MONEY OUT OF AUCTION
Postmaster J. C. Wharton announce
that CM 06 will be turned over to the
fatted State treasury a the re milt of
th auction sal of dead lette parcels,
which was held at th postoffic Thurs
day and Friday afternoon.
Avoid Bloow I'oleoa
by using Hucklem's Arnica Valve on all
wounds, bruise, eore. scalds, salt rheum,
rheum, etc. Prompt relief for plies. Xo.
AU drv ((gluts. Advertisement.
The Clan Gordon Athletic association
held tholr annual meeting last Tuesday
evening and elected the following offi
cers: J. Henderson, president; P. Low-
con, vice president; II. Home, secretary:
J. McTaggart, treasurer. Also th fol
lowing name were submitted to act as
an executive board In conjunction with
th regular officer elected: J. Mulr,
W. lllslop, R. Malcolm.
Kalahta of Pythias.
Member of Nebraaka lodge. No. 1,
Knights of Pythias, ara busy on th win
ter campaign. Wednesday night of laat
week a number of candidates received the
rank of page and two were- given the
rank of enquire. For the coming Wednes
day night ths rank of knight Is to be
conferred with full ceremonial, and aa
ever! ,esqulre are waiting to be ele
vated, th evening promises to be a busy
Nebraska lodge No. 1 Is the oldest lodge
west of Uie Allegheny mountains, and
su'-h I looked upon to as a leader In
th work all through the central west.
It Is trying to desurve that distinction
snl Is making all guest welcome at th
castle hall. Members are taking unusual
Interest In the work this season, and th
chancellor commander la anxious that
each meeting night the liall be well filled.
Wednesday evening, October 28, an
other open meeting will be held under
the auspice of Nebraska No. 1, at which
th Pythian Veterans' association will b
burst. oi nonor. this ta considered a
really Important event In the lodge cab
endnr. The lodge meets at the Caatl
hall In th Board of Trade building.
Grand Army of Repablla.
in an enaoavor to establish a mora
f i sterns! and social feeling between th
old veterans, U. 8. Grant post. Grand
Army of the Republic, is trying an In
novation, holding an open meeting one
a month, to which the other posts, to
gether with their auxiliaries, the
Women' Relief corps, are Invited. While
army reminiscence will probably bo the
main feature, other exercises will be
brought In. The first meeting wa held
a month ago. The second will be on
October , when Comrade William Wal
lace will dilate on a diary kept by him
during hi service In the civil war. There
will also be music and a social time. A
month from now, or the third Tuesday
in November, Rev. Mackay, re?tor of All
faint church, will tell how he ran away
from England to avoid conscription in
the present foreign w:r.
All meetinirs will bo held In Memorial
hall, DojkIbs county court house. -
Independent Orde.r of Odd Fellow.
The grand lodge, th grand encamp
ment, the state Rebekah assembly an!
the Tatriacha Militant of Nebraaka will
hold their regular session for 1VM at
Orand Island next Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Several hundred dele
gate will be In attendance, and Omaha
will be representated by twenty dele
gates. Dannebrog lodga No. 213, will have a
claa of candidate for th third degree
next Friday evening.
Th birthday anlvrrsary of Mra
Emma B. Manchester, supreme guardian
of th Woodman circle, wa celebrated
October 13 by a shower of beautiful flow
ers and gifts, until her office looked like
a roee garden, walled In by chrysanthe
mums and palms, In rich profusion. Vis
itor coming Into tha offlc during the
day jrf itiWued on the fragrance from the
flower and the beautiful appearance of
Brotherhood of Amerloan Yeomen.
Saratoga homestead 41 4s. alll entertain
with a children's Yeoman festival at the
ball at Twenty-fourth atrcet and Ames
Ant-teat Order of I'nlted Workmen.
Ancient Order of Vnltd Workmen.
'Let' go." I'nlcn Taclflo lodge No.
17, X. O. V. W.. will glv on cf their
big Invitation dances for members and
friends. The central committee will hold
Its big Joint meeting of all the lodge of
Omaha Tuesday, October fl, with Gate
City lodge No. 98, at the Pwedtth Audi
torium. Judge J. II. Macoinber will be
the speaker of the evening.
W. A. Praaer grove. No. 1. Woodman
Circle, will give the first social dance of
th year at Metropolitan hall Wednesday,
Fraternal Ale. Valea
Mondanln lodue No. Ill will give a
Hallowe'en dance Friday evening, Octo
ber SO. at It hall. Twenty-fourth asd
Park i r streets.
Mecca court. Tribe of Ren II ur, will
hoki a regular meeting Thursday evening
with initiation and rcXreshiuonts.
fm" U " p i ii i i w iwmm mi a i w in in ii i i ' i i.ipn ii ii n m
nr E5)'f rv .' i!v it is) Eii! nw'j' c-n; Ii!
I Announcing Our Opening Display of Fine Furs
The successes of our Fur section in the past seasons have spurred us on to greater efforts for the coming
season. For the opening showing and sale starting Monday wc will offer many astonishing values in very de
pendable and classy
Fur Coats, Fur Sets and Fur Muffs
Furs, like precious stones, should be bought where reputa
tion is established and confidence- stands and when you know
that the Brandeis guarantee goes with every fur garment $old,
purcnasing nere recomes an assurance ana a pleasure.
In Hudson Seal, Leopard,
Kolinsky, Mole, Pony and
Genuine (skunk) Marten, Htch, Hudson
Seal, Kit Fox, Lynx, Red Fox, Mole, Black
Fox, Wolf, Raccoon, Opossum, Mink, KaJln
cky nd other choice fur.
Fur Sets-Three Big Specials Monday
Choice of big lot of fur
gets In blended Brook
Mink, Isabella Oppoenura,
silky Coneys, Marmot, blue
Choice of Fur Sets In
Jap Mink. Monkey, Black
Fox, American Red Fox,
Russian Mole Skin, Genu
ine Fitch, Beaver, etc.
' ' rn i ii i ' i
Choice of Fur Seta made
of Black Fox, Beaver, Blue
Wolf, Jap Mink, Red Fox,
Skunk, Raccoon, and other
Fur Coats Opening Specials
CQk For fine. lustrous and beautifully flow
VpJ ered Pony Coats. Exceptional values.
Ei For beautifully selected Nearseal Coat, 40
Inches long. Flare bottom. Heavy bro
cade lining. Wonderful values at this price.
HZRK For genuine Hudson Seal Coat, 40 inches
r v-f-' long. Made of perfectly matched skins.
with fancy brocade lining.
VUf a al'fi5X6ts iW K?
mm Kf! I
" W iWt T 1 II Lai l
For genuine Hudson Seal Coat, 4o
inches long, with fine Fitch collar
and edged cuffs. Heavy brocade lining.
$25.00, (35.00, $39.00 and $49.00
Fitch Muff at
Marten Muff at. .
rox Muff at
'J. $29.00, $39.00 and $49.00
1l5.C0, $19.00, $2l760, $35.00 and $49.00
Mink Muff t $9."00r$490,$65T00. $89X0 and $98.00
Opossum Muff at... $5.00, $6.98, $8.93, $10.00 and $12.50
Cony Muff at. . .
..$2.98, $5.00, $6.93 and $10.00
Brook Mink Muff $5, $6.96, $3.98, $10, $12.50 and $15
Children's md Hisses' Fur Sets, $2.98 to 115.00
Isabella Opponsum, Brook Mink, Belgian Coney, Ice
land Fox, German Squirrel, Grey Coney, Natural Opos
Novelty Cirlsh Scarfs With Pretty Fancy Muffs
SMART COATS, SUITS, FROCKS AND BLOUSES
New Street Frocks
Velvet and silk combination frocks,
made with the smart flare tunics
and basque effects. The very latest
tyle ldeaa In street frocks. Most
wanted street shade. At f 1 P?
$35.00, $25.00. $19 00 nd...ijIO
In Chiffon and Charmeuse. Dainty
and pretty frocks for dancing and
Informal parties. Pretty Chiffon
combinations, with Lace and Char
meuse. Dainty evening 1 fl
shades. At $25.00 and j 1 J7
Of Serge and Satin, In the pretty
"coat" effects, with the long Red
lngote and Dlrectolre models;
flare tunica over satin flouncings
or drops. Navy and black. At
$19.00, $15.00, $12.50
The latest models In fine
Broadcloth and Poplin. Many
with fluffy fur trimmings.
Faultlessly tailored. Many
with th new yoke
and front panel
skirt. All colors...
r0L , F,,t!7V
The aristocrats of fall fsahinn
Tha word Fasnionseal 1 a svnontm
for style excellence of the highest pos
sible marlt af. a nnnnlip n .in
stant Improvement In th values ws have put In Fsshton
ssal suits It Is Indeed tru thst they compare favorably
with many lines .shown elsswher at 135.00 and even
An Exceptional Assortment of
$25, $29, $35
. Many distinctly new models have
been received In the past few days.
Each coat reveals detail and em
phasises the splendid values of
fered. Special Offerlif for Kondty
Coats at $19
A showing of about forty differ
ent models in good practical and
dressy coats. For street, auto and
dress wear. The new silk fur fab
rics, novelty mixtures, wool plushes.
m sealette plushes, Persians, chinchil
las and satin lined broadcloths.
Misses' and women's sixes. All colors.
Extraordinary Showing of
Imagine about fifty NEW Models
to select from. They embody all the
newest features New military col
lars, wash satin collars, cuffs and
vestees. Some hand embroidered;
others all-over embroidery. They
are all wall tailored, hemstitched on
shoulders and arahole. Made of
the moat serviceable material,
crepe de chine, which launders so
beautifully and Is appropriate for
Special Monday Only
Fashionable Basques and Ban
quettes, alao 8ml-Basqu models
in navy black and wbita. All new
models. $5.98 values,
Choice Imported Models
and Copies French Suits
We ("till have about
twenty-two of our a r fCC
very finest French ijr VIl
model suits, rang
Ing in price from $98.00 to $175.00,
that we are offering at one-third off
Bath Robe Special
One lot or Rath Robes in Deacon
and Navajo blankets, satin edging,
cord trimmed, long, full sized, good
colors. For Monday, no
Jersey Silk Petticoats
Special for Monday we offer 300 All
Jersey Silk PetUcoats, with fine
pleated high flounces, in every good
desirable color, gg
FOR THE BABIES BLESS 'EM
We hare the most complete stockb of everything needed for the
little stranger. Aa In all other lines Brandeis offer the best values In
Knit Abdominal Bands: 19o
Long Skirts 19c
Fin Cashmer Hos 19c
Crapra and Rompers 29o
Knit Sleeping Garment,
draw string bottoms DUC
Beacon Blanket Bath Robes.. $1.00
Infants' Long Bedford 1 QO
Coat, embroid'd capes. .rl70
Hand mad Bishop Slips. (1 ff
Val edge, feather st'tcb'd l.DU
Beacon and Eiderdown rA
Blankets, $1.00 and pl.DU
Child's 2 to 0 yr. Dresses, i
black ana white and white.. 91
ST. LOUIS FESTIVAL HAS
BOOK ON THE CONFERENCES
Th Pageant Drama association, under
who auspioe th pageant and masque
wa staved In St. IauIs last spring In
commemoration of the city' anniversary
celebration, haa published the proceed
ing- of th conference held In connection.
la which Kverett Buckingham 1 listed
as Omaha's off.clal envoy. Th pamphlet
contain many Instructive papers on mu
HANDIWORK OF PUPILS
TO BE SHOWN TEACHERS
Aa eihlblt of the work of th manual
training pupil of th fifth, sixth, seventh
and eighth grade students of th public
school will t displayed In the Central
Hluh school building during the days of
the Nebraska State Tracher' convention
here. Th boy and girls hav besn work
ing diligently since school started, and
some very pretty exhibit will b Included
In th display.
Donald Lyle and Malcom McCartney ser-geanta-at-arm.
Kldaer Liver Troables
quickly helped by Electric Bitter. Sure
and prompt relief. Stimulate th kidney
and liver to healthy action. 'Koo and IL
All druggists Advertisement.
PRINCIPALS TO HELP
FIND TEACHERS ROOMS
Th principal of the Omaha public
school will canva the territory of their
school Jurisdiction during th next wk
In effort to ftad accommodations for vis
itors to th teachers' convention here.
Th principal will attempt to find rooms
through th students whos parents are
willing to take roomer during th term
of th convention.
DEMOSTHENIANS AT HIGH
SCHOOL ELECT OFFICERS
Th Demostbenton Debating society of
Cvntral HUtti school held Its annual Uo
tloa of offtcer Friday and selected th
following to pilot the organisation for
th coming year: Walter Thran. preaU
dont: Arild OIen. vie president; Reed
2iramrman. secretary; Jobs El lrd.
treasurer; Colli Hodge, reporter, and
BRITISH RELIEF COMMITTEE
IN BERLIN UNDER ARREST
LONDO.V. Oct. 17. "According to re
port reaching her from Berlin," tele
graphs th Exchange Telegraph com
pany's correspondent at The Hsgue,
"German police nave entered the British
consulate In Berlin, where the British
relief committee ha been working In co
operation with the American embassy,
and arrested every one on the premises.
No explanation of this course waa given.
Mr. Weston, secretary of ths committee
and hla assistant will be held in custody
until the end of th war."
Thla Institution Is tha only on
la tha central wt with separata
buildings situated in their owo
ample grounds, yet entirely dls
ilavi. aud rendering it poaalbl u
classify case. Th one building
being fitted for and davotod to the
treatment of non-contagioua and
aoo-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted, tha other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and da
vi to the exclusive treatment
ot select mental casea requiring
for a time watchful car and spe
Beer is purer than water or milk; it never
contains any disease germs; never pro
duces typhoid; it is thoroughly sterilized.
A glass of Me: z Pure Food Beer
and a snack of crackers and
cheese, soothes the jangled' nerves.
Ff.etz Bros. Brewing Company
"Tho Old Reliable"
Wa J. SWQ33SA, Retail Dealer
PhoM D. 222
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