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TIIK OMAHA SFXIUY HKK: JANTAKT X 1ft:.
Get Rid of
Hy I'slnjt Ntuaif CaMum Waferv
Natural Uttle HhMxt Purifier
lhat Work Like a tliarm
Pnn't dewair If Jour far Is revered
with rlmple;". blntrliPK, liver iri)i. ot
your body Im covered In spots wii'i
tetter, rash, bolls, etc. Just n SUinrt's
Calrlum Wafers for a short time nml see
how quickly you will clear up your skin.
, ,, , w.
ha "It waa only rtnorlnr tha vim- heights. In the village of Mschanka we
ples.end Stuart's Calcium Wafara did 'raptured about ".CvO prisoners. Including
th,V , ' .. , ,. , i. ' sixty- ipht officers, four cannon and six
Pimples and eruptions of nil Mini.- ,,, ,L .... ,
come flom the Inside. The blood c. is mitrailleuses. The flishtlng 111 Ihia region
out the impurities it contains mid th is: still continues. Furious counter attacks
pimple boils etc., appear neane the ( wnr, , Mu,my , supported by
blood, atop the fwdson rrom ctcvclom . ' , . . .
in the blood tissues and pimples v.in armored automobiles, were jepulsed by
vanish as if hv iiiat'. 'our artillery fire and bayonet charges.
Htuarta Calcium wafers contain in a .., r,ul;(,1na we occupied, after a bat.
natural manner the ereatest blood puil-i , ' . . .,
J,Vr--t!aUlum Sulphide. tbi. Sto.ozhlnet and I'adauti (just south
Calcium Sulphide mi l the other iiiR-re-;of Oeznovlti). We .ilso took eome prls
dents of these reuutrkahle liltte uul.is ,
are Just what impure fclood needs. on , ' . . , ,
must know that the blood Is rushing I "In Kast Prussia and In the region of
through our veins very last. It take Minwa (Northern Russian Poland I we
less tnan a minute lur our oioou 10 cov.r
the entire body
on ran thus readily see that StuurlS to
I ftlclum Wafers, when thev enter thu
..d. haye an alniost Inatnnt effect up.m nrme,l ftcar.icrs cannonaded the In
all Impurities, no matter where located, '
whether It be the tin of the noir or the fnntry with success.
mid. ii f th t . u
Bv the use of Stuart's Calcium Wafers
vour complexion will t:ike on a fresher
hue andi a more natural series of tinlti
than ever before.
Impure blood is blue or black, rurtry
It and it becomes ruby red. This tx.Uu
showing beneath the skin 1 the secret
of all beatiful complexions.
Stuart' Calcium Wafers are aold by
all druggists everywhere. I'rlce t'O cents
a box.. A small sample packa" mailed
free bv addressing K. A. Stuart Co.. liu
Stuart Flog. Marshall, .vico
STORE of the TOWN
Monday morning, January
-Mi, wc shall make a gen
eral Reduction in the prices
of our Men's and Boys'
Special Items That Should
Men s $1.50 Shirts, at .
3 ' for $2.7."
Men's $2.00 Shirts at l.4.-i
3 for iM.oo
Men'. $2,60 Shirts, at !..-
3 for SS.no
Men's $3.50 Shirt at 2.:t-"i
3 for $.7."
Men's $4.00 Shirts at 2.or
S for 7.75
Men's $5.00 Shirts at tUl.&l
3 for .7S
50c Ties ii.Te
$1.00 Ties at 5c
2 for 1.5M
$1.50 Ties at .v
2 for '. 1.7
$2.00 Ties at $l.:i."
8 for... ........... .fa.50
i $2.50 Ties, at.Ci lUW -
2 for.... .no-
1 $3.60 Ties at 2.15
2 for $MH
Men's Flannel Pajamas
and Night Kohes, Madras
and Silk Pajamas, IJath
Kohes, House Coats, Fur
Gloves, Mufflers, Sweaters
and Leather (joods at
Browning, King & Co.,
GEO. T. WILSON, Mgr.
TH L ATLH
15TH and IIAUXKV
SPECIAL FOR TODAY
A Four-Art Vitagrapb. Drama
"The Strange Story
of Sylvia Grey"
Br CHASIEI L. OASKIUi
- -- --- 1 ai i ii iiji JrK-TU"
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw
A nVB-aCT SKA.KA
. MAKY PICKFORD
Ka hatsa a nature fakar Dr.
Todi Bates half tooth dentiatr7.
Yall taatli ctarrv with them the
eolor, shace and comfort of your J
own. If tha ratnial t'h j
called rljDt and tba macaaaical n
Ola aU li.W .... . . P- ,.- .. . m
right, then thara ia no logical
oompariaoa that either one la
aacama prealdant of tha Valtad
States by aatabllahina a logical
law fOTaraiaaT tha riaBte of tha
people. Dr. Tod la Just aa pa
t riot lo la eetabUabina; a loricat
law rovarning- afftdancy in daa.
tiatry. There balae; a rlfht and
wroaa; way of fialaaT taath people
ahould laTsatla-ata for themselves
aad decide between the old atylt
kajf teeth and the aatural ahapa
fall teeth. Dr. Tod advocate
full teeth for the evolution of den
tal eclance. Enter one of the eix
Offloel 403. 495. 43. 491, 48.
01 r-i.t. lt.
YICTORY IN GALICIA
Austrian Fortification on Height!
Near Michanka Destroyed After
a Hard Fight.
COUNTER ATTACKS REPULSED
Muscovites tmitare Three Thauiid
Prisoner anil ember of liwne
Flantlna In I'olnnd anil
I'KTI'.OilKAP. Jan. C.-An offl.-ial oom-
I nuinkati in given en: by the general
staff toniRht recounts the situation In
j the various fields of action along the
I Russian front. It says:
"In Ualli lii we made energetic attack
: on the enemy in the region of Gorllcc
I (southwest of .Taslo) near Mehanka and
I Ttopltza where, despite the extremely
i fierce rcxIMancrt which the enemy of
.fero.l we ilrslroyed, nfter a bnrd f iatlit.
'their fortifications established on the'
tiavn ,l,,l(lt,,,1 attetnts by the Uermans
deliver a partial offensive.
"On the Vistula, opposite Wyszocrod.
Irrlea of Attacks.
"rtctneen the Vlstuht and the lower
Tiliia tl.e tiermans have begun a aeries
of attacks supported by the fire of their
heavy artillery. Our troopa in an action
on the left hank of tile itxura river near
Vitkorltze, we repulsed two night at
tacks. On the Rnwka river we repulsed
an attack directed agalnat Doletr.k.
"On Iecember SI th enemy manifested
activity which was particularly Intense
j In the. tcRion of the town of Iiawa, where
the fighting still continues.
"South of the I'illca the action
spread out and positions cut off
I routcB from Vloatoboro to Kleloe."
U. S. Oil Tank Ship
For Second Time
HALIFAX, X. S.. Jan. 2-Word was
received here today that the American
tank ateamer Brlndlllii, whose arrest by
ft British cruiser and detention at Hali
fax, last October waa the cause of diplo
matic correspondence between the United
States and Great Hrltaln, resulting- In
tho steamer's relcano. again had been
intercepted off the coast of Scotland and
taken Into Aberdeen.
NEW YORK. Jan. S.-Conflrmatlon of
the Brindilla's aelauro was given today
at the offices of the Standard Oil com
pany here, but it was said that, the ship
had been intercepted by a French war
ship and taken to - Brest. France. Thia
information reached the company, it was
stated In a cablegram from Captain
Petersen, commander of the Brindilla, by
way of London.
The Brindilla left Alexandria, Egypt.
nbout November 2ii. It Brrlved at Bt.
Michaels. Aaorea, to take on a cargo of
oil from a German steamer December 12,
and was reported as clearing Bt. Mich
aels for Copenhagen December 30.
Tho Brindilla's first seizure off New
York last October resulted in a vigorous
protest from Its owners to the United
States government. At that time the
Brindilla had aboard a cargo of oil and
was bound ostensibly for Alexandria,
Egypt A Britlali cruiaer convoyed It to
this port. The British suspected It car
ried contraband for Oermany.
The State department at Washington
mido representations to tho British gov
ernment which resulted In the Brindilla's
release after it had been detained at
Halifax a week.
ROUGH RIDER HAS FEET
AND FINGERS AMPUTATED
IhDCGUAS, Wyo.. Jan. 1 fSpeclal.)-
Wilham (Jerky Bill) Clayton, for years a
famous rough-rtdsr with Buffalo Bill'
show, today calmly watched Dr. A. II
Cant 1 11 amputate his right foot at the
ankle and his left foot at the heel, the
meanwhile discussing with the physician
and his assistants the details of the opera
tion, lie also will Submit to the amputa
tion of all bis fingers.
No anesthetic waa given Clayton prior
to today's operation. Dr. Cantrll em
ployed the "nerve blocklnif" system for
deadening pain, and Clayton, although
full conscious, did not suffer under the
The operation was made necessary by
an accident to Clayton recently when he
was thrown by a horse and lay out all
night with tho temperature at degrees
below aero. Ills hands and feet were
f rosea and for tlni It vj believed ho
could not iurvtvai
For Five Years
Mrs. Maggie Durbln, SOS Victory
Et, Little Rock. Ark., writes: "I waa
troubled for five years with a chronlo
disease. I tried everything I beard
ol, but nothing did me any good.
Some doctors said my trouble was
catarrh of the bowels, and some said
consumption of the bowels. One
doctor said he could cure me; I took
his medicine two months, but it did
me no good. A filend of mine ad
vised nie to try Peruna and I did so.
After I had taken two bottles I found
It was helping me, so I continued Its
use. and it has curid me sound and
well. I can recommend Peruna to
any one. and if any one wants to
know w net Pt-runa did for me If tbey
will write to me I will answer
1 k A.-
Six Millions of Men and Seven
Billions in Money is War Cost
(Copyright, 1H, Tress Publishing Co.)
NEW YORK. Jan. 2. -(Special Tele
gram to New Tork World anl Omaha
Ree.) At the end of the old year for
eign statisticians computed that five
months of the greatest war or history
had Cost tho nations Involved 6.WM0
men (killed, wounded and eaptuid, arid
IT.'W.Wn.o). Ioasea subdivide t Is followa:
URfrAT HRITAIN siW officers klllel,
W wounded; men. l.v.000 killed,
SO.OiiO wounied, J.V.iliip missing.
rrtANCK Total casualties, l.ino.Otw,
Of Whom ISn.OOO have been killed.
Rt'PPl A-Totl casunltlxs, i wdx 00" of
whom :fi,Cii hue been l.llle.l.
BKI.UU M SO.Ocrt killed, .o wound
el. .(i0 captured.
SErtVIA-Total casunltlea. ITO.floii; said
by Austria to have been raptured,
OKR.MANY killed, SM.m
wounded, iO.'Vi mlsslii.
(Continued from 1'sa.e One !
closes. i mis me convention cates are
January 5. S and T. The convention res
slons Will be held on the Auditorium staif"
back where the noise of the machinery
at work will. not bother.
Many Visitors t:xevteil.
A large delegation of Implement men
from a number of states Is eipected.
The bureau of publicity has co-operated
with the officers of the association In an
effort to bring In a large delegation. The
bureau of publicity has sent out nearly
S.OXl personal Invitations to the various
Implement men In the territory calling
thfcir attention to thia convention and
urging their attendance.
The opening session Tuesday morning,
January 5. will be given over largely to
reports of president, secretary and treas
urer, and to the appointment of com
mittees. Kd Lelimguhl of Wahoo l. serving his
second term aa president of the aanool
otlon; B. K. Morse. Murin, la.. Is vice
president. James Wallace, founcll Bluffs,
secretary, and C. A. Wagner, Omaha,
The board of directors in composed
of six Implement men from Nebraska
and Iowa as followa:
Oscar Kyetrom, fUromsburg, Neb.: W.
II. Waplea, Cast ana, la.: A. K. Tunberg.
Hooper. Neb.: C. W. Davey, Hamburg.
Ia.; Martin Nelson. Ilartlngton. Neb.; J.
W. Patterson, Kearney, Neb.
Speaker to Disease Problems.
Speakers from varioue states will dis
cuss varloiiai phase of the Implement
business, particularly tho problems of the
retail Implement dealer. Various Joint
sessions are planned, when tho Jobber,
manufacturers, retailers and traveling,
salesmen are to meet to dlscusa their com
mon problem Also they will discuss tho
respective fldda each should cover with
a view- to arriving at' a better understand
ing aa to the exact limits that should be
placed on the Belling activity of the whole
saler atnd where ahould be the rctaller'a
Various Implement houses of tha city
havo already decorated their places of
business with & view to entertaining the
delegates when they come. Many ordnta
I are always placed at tho wholesale houses
by the delegates before they leave th
city at these meetings. It Is the oppor
tunity of tho year for thm to spend a
week in Omaha, and they Improve that
opportunity to look over the various lines
of implements In tho wholasalo houses
and place their orders for the aprtng
Much Business RejiaKe.
Thousands upon thousands of dollars
worth of business was done In thia way
during the several days of the convention
last year. Omaha's wholesale Implement
district la so fortunately located that it
takea the minimum amount of walking to
cover th district Kvery afternoon dur
ing tha convention hundreds of Imple
ment men wander through th district
from one establishment to the other.
placing their orders for the various kinds
Tho salesroom of the International
Harvester company at tha. Harveatir
building. Eighth and Capitol avenue, haa
been attractively and uniquely decorated
for tha Implement dealers' convention to
be held here next week.
Natural and artificial autumn leaves,
flags And bunting were used profusely In
the decorating, . together with sisal and
manlla fiber used In manufacturing binder
Flvs different styles of tractors, corn
shelters, engines of all slsea and stylet
will be lo actual operation or motor drlvsn
so as to ensble the dealers to see what
and how the machines work In operation.
Deerthg and McCormlck binders and
mowerg attractively displayed will bo the
main feature of the InternoUonal's exhibit
at the Auditorium.
Six Army Corps from
Front Near Warsaw
liONDON, Jan. 2. The Warsaw corre.
spondent of the Times aends a report
that six German army corps have with
drawn from that front, supposedly to
guard against tha rumored plans of the
Russians to make an attack across the
Vistula across tl.e line of communica
tion between Lowlcs and Thorn.
mark llllle Pioneer la Dead.
RAPID CITY, 8. D., Jan. t-(Speclal.)-
Hcart failure caused the death here of
Colonel James A. Clark, pioneer and vet
eran mining man of this section, aged
nearly 67. Colonel Clark, who was widely
known throughout tha atate aa a "It pio
neer of the Hills, was also a pioneer of
Nebraska early days and a native of Mis
souri. He resided near Keystone, In this
county, and mado and lost numerous lor
tunes in the mining buxlnesa, being known
by the nickname of "Big Hat" Clark from
the headgear be wore. He leaves a widow
and three eona, two of the latter being
somewhere in Colorado and another aome-
whera In Minnesota, and a daughter, lit
was a Mason, Elk and Grand Army of
the Republic veteran.
Stanley Be Id Call.
LEAD, a D., Jan. S. (Hpeclal.) With
the new year there were changes In the
local never paper situation. John Htanley
of Hot firings, a veteran newspaper man,
took poaeMi!on of tho !nad Daily Call,
which he purchased for fX.Ont from Mr.
and Mit. C II. Grace, who have con
ducted It for tha lust seven years. He
has not made any announcement aj to a
change of policy. Trc Lead Dally Fair
play, sUrtsl a little over a year ago by
Fred A. Mix of Tort Pierre, suspended
Bt Want Ads Trotfacs itatuita.
AfSTRIA- Total eaaualtles. l.r-V.OOrt.
of whom lMi.no have been killed
Kxpenses are subdivided as followa:
(iRKAT HRITAIN - fc'.0no,o(y a
month, or l,."i."..i0ii.OOO at the end of
ntANCK-fiw 100,009 a month. total
Ri ssi A- Uro nw.OOO a month, a total
bKHM NY-Trtf.,ont a month, a to
tal of $l.50ii tvo.oin at borne. In addi
tion to paying the expenses of her
AI STRIA-Kstlmated to total 11,000,-
In adlltloti. all the warring nallona
are shM to have lost a much as they
have api tit by the parnlyration of eom
merco and Industry. Owing to this tre
mendous cost, financial authorities say
that tho war must end within the next
PRESIDENT OF MT)-WEST IMPLE
NEW VOHK. Jan. 2. Business relations
between the Cnlted S'tates and Argentina
have shown a mnrked improvement dur
ing the last two months, as the result of
the Eunpran war and the evidenced de
slm of American forms to stimulate
trade, aald Alberto M. D'Alkalne, secre
tary of the Argentine commission to the
Panama-I'aeiflo exposition, who arrived
here today on the steamship Vestrls.
"The shock to business created by the
war." said Mr. D'Alkalne. "Is fast dis
appearing. We have every indication
of a prosperous year before ua. Our
grain crop Is una of the largest In years,
and the bent of feeling exists between
the 1'nltrd Htates and Argentina that we
have ever known."
Two Argentine transports, the Tampa
and the t'hao, have left Buenos Ay res for
Philadelphia and New York, the secre
tary aald, carrying full cargoea of exhi
bits for the ranama-raolflc exposition
and a full complement of offlcera and men
for the Argentine batttoShlp Moreno, re
cently built at Camden, N. J.
Side With Wilson
on Shipping Note
IluMK, Jan. 2. The Tribune, comment
ing on the American nna to the Dritlah
government regarding interference with
Its ohl; ping at sea. aaya:
'America, the ftcandlnavlan countries
and Italy are united by an Informal un
derstanding which might become formal
If the abuses continue. They only de
sire to aee their commerce protected and
demand that International rules, Instead
of arbitrary belligerents, reign over he
"The American note, or similar views
from other neutrals, must not be taken
aa an expression of irritation at tha In
jury to their commerce by the Inconsld
erate application of International rights.'
Former May or of Beatrice Dead.
BEATRICE. Neb., Jan. 2 8peclal)
E. R. Kogg, a pioneer of Beatrice and
wno served as mayor of the city In 1892-3,
died at his home here Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. Mr. Fogg was born In Port'
land, Me., on November 10, 1K38, and In
the spring of 18) settled In this city,
where he practli ed law. In 1883-4 he had
charge of the land office here and was
the last man to serve the government in
that capacity In this city. In Wt he was
appointed receiver of the Pnople'a Na
tional bank, which position he held for
five years. He was elected mayor of this
city on the democratic ticket In 18se and
served one term. He Is survived by a
widow and one daughter, Mrs. Rose Moore j
of Ftlllwater, Okl.
1 Mlsa Marie Cbriatensen and William
Kroger of Iyona, Neb., were married by
rtev. Cliarlea W. Bavldge Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
If a trillion-II a ft thorn.
Miss Daisy Hawthorn of Stewart. Ia.,
and Homer Hutchison of Guthrie Center,
la., were married by Rev. Charles W.
Savldgo Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
EW YEAR'S SPECIAL
PETROLEUM CARBON COKE
Ihe Kind Tou'vt lud and Heard to Muck About
For Emmcdialc Delivery Q 110
2.0C8 POORDS PER TON KAKD $CREERED..tt ""
ROSENBLATT .9KVcI COAL CO.
113 Nicholas Street Tel. Douglas 630
Statement of Berlin War Office Con
tradicts Faris Reyiew on
Nearly All Points.
PROGRESS IS MADE IN ARGONNE
Attempt f Alllea t Take tiermaa
Trenekea Jieae Mewpart ta Re
palaed Attaeka n teln
bach Alao Repelled.
TtEnLlN. Jan. S.-(Py Wireless to
liondonl-French attacks m the vicinity
of Nieuport, Uelgium, were repulsed by
the Germans yeeterd.iy. according to tho
official atatement given out today by the
German general headquarters ataff.
Oensan successes are claimed In the
Argonne forest. In the Hols rt rules and to
tho southwest of Saarburg. while violent
attacks directed by the French to the
north of the fortress of Verdum are said
to have been repulsed. French reports of
progress In the Alsatian village of Reln-
I bach are denied by the Germans.
I IP the eastern tone of the fighting the
situation In Ksst Prussia and Pouthern
Poland la said to have undergone no
change, but the tiermana claim to have
made proKiesn on tho Haw ka and Umira
rivers, which flow through a region
about forty nillea to the west of Warsaw.
Teat of Statement.
The text of the communication followa:
"In tho western theater the enemies
attacks ngalnst our positions In and near
the dunes at Nlepport wei-e repulsed.
"In tho Argonne region we made fur
ther progress all anong the front.
"Fierce attacks to the north of Verdun
and also against the front on the line of
Allly-Apremont. north of Commercy,
wero repulsed with heavy louses to the
French. Thirty-three officers and pin men
wero taken prisoners by us. On this oc
casion wo succeeded to taking tho entire
Hola Urules (burned forest), for which
we have been fighting bo stubbornly.
"Ixss Important engagements southwest
of haarburg had the desired result.
"Ijitcly the French have systematically
bombarded the villages situated behind
our front. Thay succeeded In killing
fifty Inmates f one of the shelters of
one of our divisions.
'The French official reporis stste that
the French are making progress step by
step In Ihe village of Stelnback (Alaaoe).
Not a single house has been Inst by us In
Stelnbarh. All tho French attacks on this
village have been repelled.
'It is iciwrted from the raatern theater
that tho situation on the Kast Prussian
frontier la unchanged.
"East of the Hanra and the Ttawka
branches of tho Vistula river our attaeka
have progressed under somewhat more
favorable weather conditions.
In Toland to tho east of the Plllca
river there have been no changes In the
Part of Human Torso
Found Imbedded in
Ice at Coney Island
NEW YORK. Jan. 2.-Examlnatlon
early today of the torso of the human
body discovered last night Imbedded In
the ice In a marsh near Coney Island led
the police to believe it was that of a man
The torso waa wrapped in two burlap
bags and patrolmen and detectives
searched all night In tha Long Island
meadow where the two bundles were
found In the hope of locating the mlaslng
parts of the body. The police were es
pecially anxious to find the head that the
Identity of the supposedly murdered man
might be established.
The discovery of the dismembered body
recalled to the detective bureau the find
ing of the mutilated body of Anna Aumul
ler, who was murdered by the Rev. liana
Schmidt and the fragments thrown upon
the Jersey shore of the Hudson river.
The. discovery of the baga waa made by
a boy who waa passing near the spot.
The boy led a detective to the place, who
ripped open the exposed top of one of the
baga It contained the mutilated upper
part of a human body, from which the
arms had evidently been removed. Ixwer
parts of the torso were in the second bag.
PENNSY RAILROAD ASKS
BID FOR BRIDGE STEEL
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. I. The Pennsyl
vania Railroad company today asked the
steel manufacturing concerns1 of the coun
try to bid on 17,000 tons of structural steel
for bridge construction during 1D16. The
company also asked for bids on 1.270 tons
of steel for use In reinforced concrete
Plttahwrch Bob I face Bankrupt.
rTTTSRlTRGH, Pa., Jan. 2.-P. P.
Henry, well known as the owner of
Pittsburgh hotels, today voluntarily filed
a petition In bankruptcy, giving his llaMI
Itles as 11,603,137 and aaseta aa n.4U.72.
Among the acknowledged claims are
those of the atate of Pennaylvania for $18.
OH taxes snd the Mutual I.lfe Insurance
company of IW9.6G2 and the Kq ill table
Assurance Society of New York 'JH,(XX),
0 sib aria P Bailcw
Tblf Institution u the only one
In the central west with separate
buildings situated In their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dia
lect, and rendering It possible to
classify cases. . The one building
bslng fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others bo
lng admitted, the other Rest Cot
tsge being designed for and de
.ed u tue tiAcluaive treatment
of select mental cases "squiring
for a time watchful care and spe
r ial nursing.
"Berg SuiU Me"
All Our Broken
Society Brand and
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
And Other High-Grade Garments That Sold
From $15 to $40 NOW
i$7.50, $10, $11.25, $12.50, $H.50, $17.50, $20
Men's $1 Shirts 55c
Two - piece Underwear
Cotton Rib. Cotton and OC
Wool Mixed, Worth 75c &d
which should be in every home
FA VORITE NUMBERS
IN BIG DEMAND
HORrK "The Victor More" HAS THEM
1. Lullaby from JocHyn John McCortntvck-Frltg KrcUler
Nr. 88483 $3.00
2. OonM d'llnffmamn-Ilaurarolle) Alma Gluck-Loulse
Homer, No. 87202 $2.00
B. Ctolle tvalti. Hesitation; nmmuu waits. Hesitation
Castle) House Orchestra. No. 36373 i
4. Lucia Sextet. Victor Opera Sextet, No. 70038
3. Aloba Oe (rferowell Kong), Hawaiian Quintet; Kun
Home, Hawaiian quintet, No. 65348 75 1
6. It's a Jionjt, Ixmsj Way to Tlppfrarj American quin
tet; ttoMlers of the King, March, Pryor'g Band.
No. 17639 75
7. Sllrer Thread Among the Gold Violin by Maude Powell,
No. 64489 $1.00
8. Mighty lk' a Hose, Walts, Hesitation, McKee'a Orches
tra; Mllllcent, Waltr, Hesitation, McKee'a Orchestra.
No. 36395 1 SI. 2 5
0. Herause By John McCortnack, No. 64430 SI. 00
10. Vnrter the Double Eagle, March, Sonne's Band; Light's
Out, March, Sousa'e Band. No. 16960 75
Hospe'g U the place to hear the new Victor Records for Jan
uary or any other number. Come In any time. We'll gladly play
any record you wish to hear.
A. HOSPE CO.
1318-1515 DoukUs Street.
The Victor Store and the Store of Good Victor Berrice.
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Domestic' McCaffrey Bros. Co.
$10,000 MAN WANTED
We want PI strict Distributers real, live-wire business men
capable of earning $10,000 yearly and upwarda.
Xysanlte. the absolutely natural American Mineral Water,
has become. In Just a few weeka, Chicago's biggest seller. He
pest orders are now coming In far In eaoess of our expectations.
Now that the auceesa of Nysenlta Mineral Water is assured
In fact, already achieved t want to branch out and place our
product before the people In every city In the United Htates. Our
pUn Incltidea salsa and advertising campaigns, such as proved so
successful in Chicago.
To this end. we want big men to take the right of exclusive
dlattibutlon In aa h such district. - A small Investment, accord
ing to aiss and location of territory selected. Is required.
Are you looking for a good business? One where profits
are big enough to Justify every effort you ean put forth T Wall.,
here It Is tha chance to get in on the ground floor of one of the
strbngest, biggest, most succesaful propositi one . that haa beea
put over for soma time.
Write for our proposition today as good territory Is being
snapped up quickly. All rtpllas treated In strlcteat confidence.
Silverwood Mineral Wells Co.
SVT So. La Salle St,
Union Suits vTtt0T 85c
Boy's Suits and Overcoats
$1.95, $2.85, $3.85, $4.95, $5.95,
$6.95. VaJuei from $3.00 to $12.00
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