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Hair Fall Out
25 cent bottle of "Danderine"
keeps hair thick, strong,
Girls! Try this! Doubles beauty
of your hair in few
Wlthla tan minutes after an applica
tion of Danderine you can not find a
Ingle trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, but what
will please you most will' be aftar a few
week' use, when you nee new hair, fine
and downy at first yea but really new
hair crowing all over the scalp.
A little Danderine immediately doubles
the beauty of your hair. No difference
how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy. Just
rnoteten a oloth with Danderine and
carefully draw It through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time. The ef
fect la amazing your hair will be light,
fluffy and wavy, and have an appear
ance of abundance; an Incomparable
luster, softness and luxuriance.
Oet a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'a
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
counter, and prove that your hair is as
pretty and soft as any that it has been
neglected or Injured by careless treat -menb-4hat's
all you surely can have
beautiful hair and lots of it if you will
just try a little Danderine.
Tor UaumatUm and Kidney Trouble
50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses)
Just because you start the day wprrled
and tired, stiff legs and arms and mus
cles, an aching head, burning and bearing
ciown pains in the back worn out before
lh day begins, do not think you have
lo stay In mat condition.
Those sufferers who are in and out of
'bed half a docen times at nlgbt will ap
preciate the rest, comfort and strength
thi treatment gives. For any form of
bladder trouble or weakness, its action is
Be strong, well and vigorous, with no
more pains from stiff joints, sore mus
cles, rheumatic suffering, aching back,
or aidney or bladder troubles.
To prove The Williams Treatment con
quers kidney and bladder diseases, rheu
matism and all uric acid troubles, no
matter how chronlo or stubborn. If you
2-iave never used The Williams Treatment,
we wll give nno 60c bottle (32 doses)
free If you will cut out this notice and
end It with your name and address, wltli
'Iikj to help pay distribution expenses, to
fThe Dr. D. A. 'Williams Company, Dept.
H2237 New P. O. Building, East Hampton,
K.'onn. fiend at once and you will receive
Phy parcel poet regular 60c bottle (33
Mioses), without charge and without ln
Erurrtng any obligations. One bottle onlv
to a, family or address.
fit's Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab
lets for You!
; Beware of the habit of constipation. It
bdevelops from Just a few constipated
aays, unless you take yourself in hand.
' Coax the Jaded bowel rmiarlea back to
normal action with Dr. Edwards' Olive
"Tablets, the substitute for csJomel. Don't
force them to unnatural action with
eevere medicines or by merely flushing
ut the intestines with nasty, sirkentng
Dr. Edwards believes In gentleness,
persistency and Nature's assistance.
Dr.' Edwards' Olive Tablets open the
towels: their action is gentle, yet posi
tive. There is never any pain or gripins;
when Dr. Kdwardu' Oiive Tablets are
used. Just the kind of treatment old per
sons should rave
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a veg
etable compound mixed with nlive oil,
you will know them by their olive color.
Take one or two occasionally and have no
trouble with your User, bowels or stom
10c and 2&o per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbuo, O.
If you have that awful pain In the small
rf the back. trtlng pains In the pit of
t.ie stomach. ton in tbe bladder, ulcer
ation of the bladder, difficulty in holding
rour urine, headache, rheumatism. di
ress after eating, dn.pxv or majiy other
ailnients tliat rome from itiaruwd ktd
Jievs. you have kidney trouble.
When you feel like this, take a fioI.D
MrriAL Haarlem oil Capsule bt-tnr each
meal and one I fore Ins lo ted H
this and see bow quirk Iv you begin to
feel better. Tiey are eav to dlet and
are sold br all reliable rtniKSInia In
fa- ami 11 sealed ckiM. Money
buck If tbev don t help mj Imported
from Hollnnd only bv the tienulne Har
lem Oil Mf t'n, Ameiti-.m iffi.-e. ll
Va'er Rt . Vw York ity Look iw our
as me and His name tl'il.D M I.IUI. on
Aery pa. sas All others are tint'atlons
Read the laleet mm . real
etavte on te art I to Im last
fmf. He lnfrnwd latcall
gate SM4 J'n wtU lie alile to
laree joar tsoae snore InlHU
(eat J attd ore rssl tlll.
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SCOTT TELLS OF
General Makei Friends with Rene
gride Pintei and Brings Them
In. Without Difficulty.
LIKE OVERGROWN CHILDREN
THOMPSONS, Utah, March 24.
Seated nt the head of the table, Brig
adier General Huph I,. Scott, chlef-of-staff
of the I'nlted States army, at
the little hotel at Thompsons, nerved
four docile and happy Indians at din
ner last night. A few days ago these
Indians were accounted the - blood
thirsty leaders of a vicious and des
perate band of outlaws.
The Indians were Old Polk, chief
of one of the divisions of the rene
gade Piutes; Tse-Ne-Gat, son of Old
Polk, who is charged with murder:
Old Posey, chief of the other division
of renegades, and a son of Tosey. All
of the Indians referred to General
Scott In their Piute tongue as their
good white father.
The general insisted that the Indians
were not prisoners, but "Just his boys."
The Indians were bubbling over with de
light when the general Insisted that he
and the Indians be given a separate table
away from the "white folks."
Not a handcuff, not a shackle, binds
these Indians, but the tie of genuine re
gsrd for General Pcott Is such that It
would probably take a posse larger than
that which Marshal Nebeker brought to
Bluff to drive them from him.
After they had eaten, the Indians were
supplied with cigarettes by General Seott,
and then permitted to wander about with
perfect freedom. The general's only con
cern was that the Indians might get run
over by a train. They had never seen a
railway train before and can hardly re
sist the temptation to get close to the
cars. The Indisns had their first auto
mobile ride coming from Moab today and
they are looking forward with eagerness
to their first train ride, which will begin
when they start for Salt Lake City.
General Describes Negotiations.
General Scott's story of the pacification
of the Indians, told to a Tribune re
"We left Washington to come out here
to attempt to settle this little misunder
standing on March 8. With rue were
Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. L. Mlchie.
my aide-de-camp, and Trooper P. R.
Randolph of the Fifth cavalry, my or
derly. We reached Thompsons on March
8 and went to Bluff, going by automobile.
wagon, sleigh, horseback and on foot.
At Bluff we learned that Polk and Tosey
and their Indians had gone to the Na
vajo mountains, some 126 miles west of
Bluff. We stayed a day In Bluff and then
went to Mexican Hat, on the Pan Juan
river, twenty-eight miles west of Bluff.
"We sent a friendly Flute, called Jim's
Boy, out to tell the Piutes I wanted to
see them. Some of them came In near
where we were camped, but it was not
until the third day that any dared to
come to the camp.
"Posey and. four other Indians then
came into camp. . We talked a little
through a Navajo Interpreter. It was In
the evening, and I Just asked them how
they were. I told them I did not feel
very well and did not want to talk to
them until the next day. They helped us
kill a beet and we gave them a good
meal, the first they had had for weeks.
They were poorly clad and we gave them
some blankets. Posey and his men didn't
have any weapons, but I have reason to
suspect that they had hidden them in the
rocks near by,
Indians Blame Cowboys.
"The next day Polk and Hatch and
about twenty-five others came In to see
me. I asked them to tell me their trou
bles. They said the cowboys had come In
the daylight on horseback and surrounded
them, shot their children snd wounded a
squaw. They said they didn't like the
cowboys. It seemed they had previously
had troubles with the cowboys.
"Then I told them some of my troubles.
I told them I didn't think they would
like to have their children chased by
soldiers and cowboys all over the moun
tains and killed. I told them that I
wouldn't UVte to have my children treated
that way and that I would be glad to
do anything I could to stop It. 1 didn't
try to push matters with them. I told
the agents to cee that they had pro
visions and blankets for the rest , of
their people and for their 'squaws an.l
children. I told them that after they
had thought matters over I wanted them
to tell me what they wanted to do about
it They talked together and then said
they wanted to do Just whst I wanted
them to do.
'Then we sat down In a circle and I
said: 'The marshal wants you, and you.
and you, indicating Posey, Polk, Hatch
and Posey's boy, 'to go with him to Bait
Lake. The rent of you can go back to
your peoplo and go to the reservation
with the agents. Is that all right? They
said it was and further they anid that
if I aald so they would all come to Salt
'Then we broke camp and all rode
ponies back into Bluft. We rode ahead
and let the Indians follow us. Vfccy
have never been Ironed or ahsekled,
never even led to believe they are pris
oners. They never tried to get away
Why, I don't believe we could set rid of
them If we trie J. At night they hsve
slept together and nobody has stood
guard over tliem.
Hatch Deeles Klllles Meiteae.
"They are perfectly harmless now. All
the Indians are satisfied. The whites
are over their scare and there will be no
more trouble from this band of Indisns
These Indians sre Just children, easy to
alarm and sometimes hard to appease.
They hsd worked themselves up to s
pitch where they were getting very dsn
geroua They were attempting lo get a
large band of Navajoa to Join them In
an outbreak. Wbera they were ramped
In the wild broken country near the
grand canyon they oulJ hate been
nighty hard to dislodge tt would have
taken a lerio force of rivalry, two regi
ments probably, to ijMim them and tt
would hae eel the government IS.OS)
JUst to get tha eoHlers in lere.
"Nune i.f the fojr Indians talks Eng
!lh. Throush sn Interpreter. Ts-Ne-
1st. Hat h aald he man not ',lli of sny
rrlme When aeked atwul the Mrxi. an
he I S" ueed el killins he mI'I
The 1. t-n mmf rtty frk nd W
aitfd . -seiner I .'id Ml hMi
Why .1 kill m ml
mmr l-marh laelae.Moa t area.
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A i M oi a.
HOUSE GIYES MONEY
FOR OMAHA HOSPITAL
(Continued from rse One
tion fr a hospital was almply a menus
of strengthening the university oollrae
of medicine. He thought that PniiRlns
county was entitled to some consideration
for the reason that It pays nne-elRhth
of all taxes collected by the stnte.
rhyalclnna Favor Rill.
Mr. Taylor retorted that there are many
counties In Nebraska which hsve no state
Institutions, but still contribute their full
share of taxes to the state treasury. Mr.
Meredith, who Is a physician, stated tliat
medical men wnnt the medical college and
hospital lociitod at Omaha. He considered
It a mistake that the orthopedic hospital
was located at Lincoln. Messrs. Nealey,
Barrett and Burgess of the Iouglas
county delegation all denied thst they
were In any tleup or trading combina
tion. They asked for the passage of the
hill on Its merits.
Mr. Lanigan declared there are enough
hospitals at Omaha to furnish the needed
clinical material and said if the state
should appropriate money to build one
of Its own It would have to go on year
after year furnishing more funds for
equipment and upkeep.
I'kvnrrd llnylng Iteda.
Mr. Norton thought that the stnte would
do better to spend $1..000 or IWUrt to rent
beds In Omaha hospitals for clinical
patients thun to spend tUAWO on a new
Mr. Orr was of the opinion thnt mem
bers pledged to economy could not Justify
themselves In voting an additional ll.'A-
X on top of the special fund that has
been provided for university campus ex
tension Mr. Taylor warned the members
that they were taking a long risk In pnss
Ing appropriations that had on them tho
earmarks of being log-rolled through the
Ten members, Kbernian, Fox, Putts,
Hynek, L&bounty, Matteson. Parkinson.
Stevenson, Woodhurst and Speaker Jac k
son ovted for the sppropriatlon for the
hog barn, but against the appropriation
for the hospital.
The vote on the hospital appropriation
was as follows:
For the bill and against Indefinite post
of 1,1 icoln
Vhn ritf.en i M.
V ut ton
Against tho bill and for indefinite post
Anderson of Boyd. Norton,
Anderson of Phelps, Orr,
Re I fen rath,
of Bed Willow.
Speaker Jackson 45.
How art 1),
ntlsena' Caucus at Chadron.
CHADRON, Neb., Maroh 14. (Special.)
At tho citizens' csucus, which waa
largely attended, the following were
nominated for city' offices for the en
suing year: Allen G. Fisher, mayor; G.
E. Marriott, clerk; II. V. Mead, surveyor;
C. El Mitchell, treasurer; council men,
Parley Hyde, E. O. Dugan and E. O.
The Law and Order league has an
nounced that a dry ticket will be placed
In the field.
This ana Mtn Cents.
Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, en
close 6 cents tq Foley & Co., Chicago, III.,
writing your name and address clearly.
Tou .will receive In return a trial pack
age containing Foley'a Honey and Tar
Compound for coughs, colds and croflp;
Foley Kidney rills for pain In sides and
bark, rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, especially comforting
to stout rersons. Sold everywhere. Ad
vertisement. Shelton K.leeta Teachers.
SI f ELTON, Neb., March 24.-(Speela! .)
At a meeting of the Board of Education
held Monday evening tho following teach
ers were re-elected for next school year:
E. F. Monroe, superintendent; Ixils H.
Gardner, principal; Sara F. Thatcher,
Grace Bradhurn, Helen K. Clark and
Julia Holm high school teachers, and
Ilia Stimpenn. grade one; Vrrna Barrett,
trade two; Edith Jesse, grade three,
leaving grades four, five snd six yet to
Vanka Ray Berkley.
It was rumored about Gotham last
week that the Jyw York American league
dub, nwnd by t'aptatn Huston and Col
onel Rupert, had purchased Berkley
Oval, the old athletic field.
An Old Recipe
to Darken Hair
Common garden Kutre and Sulphur
makes slrrahe!, fuller) or gray
hair dark and glossy at imce.
Almost rvervone knows thai Sage Tea
and Sulphur. .roi i ly compounded, brings
bark the natural color and lustre to the
hair when fsdrd. streaked or gra ; also
en. Is dandruff, It iiuig si alp and stops
failing hair Years ago the only way to
get this multure a as to make It at home,
whlih ts m'Jy and t nint h-some.
Now1ms we simp'v ak st any drui
store for "Veth He snd Sulphur
ColiiKnun I " Yo'l i l a large bottlx
f'r about VI cents trrrOd uses tb'.s
old. famous r-' . t'.-,ti no ,nr i an
t'M'l I'll tbat "I .la t.- iid n.ir ban.
a i1 i t . i 'ira.ty nl etwti
oll dniii a icng. or ft l-r ih it
It an t .li i II - 1 1. r ihm I t t. Us
. lie lrP tr id at a 111' by o.ort.
leg lb- k'K' 1st ,4it'-! and '(. I
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Task of Putting Fortress in Order
and Feeding Starving May Det
""lay Advance Into Hungary.
WESTERN ARENA IS STILL QUIET
LONDON. March 24. The magni
tude of the surrender of rrzemysl
and speculation as to how quickly the
Husslans will be able to press the ad
vantages derived therefrom In an ad
vance to Hungary and Silesia contm
tied to be the chief topics of discus
sion in the war news today.
The Russians are putting the
fortress in order. They aro sending
the prisoners to the rear, feeding the
starving populace and tending tho
sick and wounded. As the task Is an
enormous one it la presumed that
Russia for some time will not be able
to divert Its strength elsewhere. It
is estimated the Russians had six
aimy corps around Trremysl.
official reiiorts disclose that nothing of
Importance has occurred In the western
arena of the war. but unofficial dis
patches from Rotterdam And Amsterdam
say that another German offensive on tho
western front is Impending.
FlahtlnK In t'arpatlilana.
Stubborn fighting in the Carpathians is
going on unabated. At the northern ex
tremity of the eastern lines the Russians
in M 1 1 mey imvp iw-.-n iiu-vwo "e" rv ,nai
the Fast Prussian port of Memel nnd they
characterize their advance to this point
ss niorelv a reconnolssance. Futher to
the south the Russians claim that the
German atto.tnpta to take Ossowets are
weakening, a majority of the big German
guns having Leon withdrawn.
Tho strength of the latest Turkish ad
vauce to tho Sues canal is so negligible,
according to dispatches reaching Lon
don, that British observers find it hard
to believe thnt the forcing of a passage
over this waterway has been seriously
considered. The British theory is that
the Turks, under German officers, are
being led on these expeditions to keep the
British troops on the alert to prevent the
withdrawal of any forces and to harass
the British contingent as much as pos
sible, while really never contemplating an
Invasion of Egypt.
tirrmnna Abandon Slegre of Oaswwets
Official announcement has been mado
In Pctrograd, nays tho correspondent of
Renter's Telegram company that tho
Germans since Sunday hnvo removed all
but four of their heavy batteries from
before Ossowctz. The RuRSlan statement
"A couple of 42-centimcter howitzers
were abandoned after tho first hattle,
one of which was damaged by our fire
Shots from tho howitzers failed to crush
tho masonry of tho fortress. Super'orlty
In artillery fire was distinctly on our side.
Not only was the German attack far from
endangering the Osswetz forts, but the
enemy failed to dislodge our Infantry
from Its works. I
"In an Austrian attack on the nth on
tho front in the vicinity of Rop.tza the
enemy opened a hurricane fire with 12-1
Inch howitzers, under cover 6f which
twenty enemy battalions at 4 o'clock In
the morning attacked our lt.rc.es. which
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Infantry opened fire with extremely care
ful aim at the enemy, who, supported by
..j . nvi . I
cur trenches. His reserve, were exhausted j
at 9 o'clock and the enemy withdrew,
leaving tho area covered with his killed
and wounded." !
Belirlana Advance Alone; l cr.
PARIS tVIa London), Maroh 23. The
following account of yesterday's events
at the front was given out this afternoon
ut the war office:
"A division of the Belgian army has
made progress on the right bank of the
trench on the left bank.
"At Hartmanns-Wollerkopf we cap
tured the first ifne of trenches referred
to in tho preceding communication; like
wise a second line.
"On this section of tho front our troops
Your Bowels if
Get a 10-cent box.
Put aside Just once the Halts, rills,
Castor Oil or Purgative Water which
merely force a passageway through the
bowels, but do not thoroughly cleanse,
freshen and purify these drainage organs,
and have no effect whatever upon tho
liver and stomach.
Keep your "Insldes" pure and fresh
with Cascarets. which thoroughly cleanse
the stomach, remove the undigested, sour
food and foul gases, take the excess bile
from the liver and carry out of the ys
tem all the constipated waste matter and
poisons In the bowels.
A Cases ret tonight will make you feel
gn at by morning. They work while you
sleep never glipc, sicken and cost only
10 cents a box from your druggist. Mil
lions of men and women take a Cascaret
now snd then and never have Headache,
Biliousness, Severe Colds, Indigostkm,
Sour Stomach or Constipated Bowels.
Cascarets belong in every household.
Children Just love to take them. Adver
tisement. A Remedy
For All Pain
"The efficiency of any drug" ssys Dr. C. P.
Rnhhlns, 'is known to us by the results w
obtain from Its use. If we sre able ft con
trol pain and disease by mean of any pre
paration, we certainly are warranted In Its
iia. tine of the principal symptom of ail
diseases Is pala, aad Ibis Is wbat lh patient
snnat nfian applies to ua for, 1. e. something
to relieve his pain. 11 we ren arrest this
promptly, lbs patient ts most liable to trust
In us for lbs uUsr remedies able a will effect
a permanent cure. Una remedy which I
have used largely In my practice Is Anti
kamoia Tablets. Many an.l varied are tbeis
uses. I have put tbsio lo tha lest on many
c essions, and bat e lisvsr besn disappoint
ed. I found Ibrni especially valuable kc
beads be ut malarial i.rl.ln. where qulnlu
was being taken. They ai pear to ient
ins next a'tar-eftaeta of Uia juliilne. Anil
kauinia 1 at. lets are also eiceileni for the
heads bes from Improper digestion: a.u
for headache of a neuraigt t.risiii. add rs
peeiailji forwomensuMeri i.a.naai reriaia
Hiuee. 1o Auil-haiunie lalii't give
prompt relief and Ina stioii lime the neuml
is el. is to g about as usual " 1 hrse taniri
aiei be ot,talaet at ail oruggisie .t t-.r
s K Itl.lsit I Lsr era uuctreited lt
Medert.ee. aeuieJftia auU ail talus.
i iik r.i:i:
are organizing thrmsclxc on tl.e further
side of this socond line. Within a short
distance of the summit we captured some
prisoners, including officers.
I.erman War Offlee Report.
BF.1U.IN. March 24,-tHy Wireless to
Kayvlle.) At srmy headquarters today
the following statement was given out:
"In Champagne there were only artil
lery duels. In the forest of Lo Prctre,
northwest of Pont-a-Mousson, the enemy
attempted to win back ground gained by
the Germans, but was repulsed. New at
taks by the enemy northwest of Badnn
vlllers and on Reich Ackerkopf broke
down under the German fire. Fighting
is in progress at Hartmanns-Wellerkcpf.
"German troops arc pursuing the re
tnatlng Russians northwest of Memel,
K.ast Prussia. They captured near Po
lungen NX) Russians and took three guns
nnd three rspld flrers. Quantities of cat
tit, horses and goods were stolen by the
Russians. Near lAugsiarten, southwest
of Tauroggrn nnd northeast of Ma-lam-pol
Russian attacks were repulsed with
htavy losses for the enemy. Nortnwest
of Ostrolrnka several Russian attacks
failed. Here we captured twenty officers,
more than 2,.fi00 men and five machine
guns. Fast of Plock several charges of
the enemy failed.
'The German army expresses cordial
thanks to' the gallant garrison at Prism
ysl, which after four months of defense
full of sacrifice could be overpowered
only by hunger.
cs from Kails (It).
FALLS CITY, March Sl.-lSpeeial.)
The Christian church congregation had
a Jublleo meeting on Sunday in an all
day sosslon to celcbrste the final paying
off of the church debt. Tho mortgagee
and notes were burned at the special
evening service. The church edifice,
rftt, t'i' imn im .... i . i.
lor Oeschger of Bethany university de
livered the principal sermon.
Rev. M. L. Plats, pastor of the German
Kvangellcal church for the last three
years, was returned to this elly to again
have charge of the congregation. A pe
tition signed by a large ms.lorlty of the
church members requesting his return
was sent into tho Hennas conference In
session at Leavenworth, Karf.
The most wonderful thing In the world
la love expressed In the helpless Infant.
And among those aids and comforts for
expectant mothers la the well known
"Mothor a Friend."
This la an external application to
enable the abdominal muscles to become
more pliant, to expand naturally without
undue pain from the strain upon cords
Ir almost every settled community are
w.omen wn0 have enjoyed the blessing of
cation Tnefr .Ifh.SJa1 f'"1 "bro"
iTleltrn oMU -SaST UP
Applied aa directed upon those muscles
'nvolved It soothes the line network of
nerv" which all the muscles are
J'J .l' .V m
" much dreaded may be avoided and the
period ot expectancy paaaed through la
ease and comfort.
Anything that adds so much comfort
must be Counted aa a hlnaalnar tA-A
mothers. It tells K
Friend" and how to avoid caking breasts.
2T A ttvd'' nl write for book to
V17 . I, lrul"lor im., 4iu ijimar Hldg.,
Atlanta, La. lie aura tou nt "vr,,, hr'
WHEN you think of moving day your
mind naturally turns to the pile of old furniture
stored away in the cellar that you don't know when
you will ever use again.
It will cost money to move all that old stuff
this yeai; so why not sell it?
Just write out an ad telling what you have and tho price of
each article and you will have no trouble in disposing of it.
The money you receive from the sale will come in mighty
handy when paying tho moving man, too.
This suggestion is worth trying -don't you think so?
Telephone Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE
The Meyer Clothing Co. stock of Spring Styles must
be sold and cash realized at once. THE ACME SALES
CO. HAVE INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL.
Original cost or losses not takon Into consideration. The big
stock wag removod from 1406 Farnam street to 311 8. ISth strwrt.
OPPOSITE SCHLITZ HOTEL
SIGN Or THE BIG BLUE FRONT
Here la the plac to buy. your new Easter suit. In all the latest
models Halruacaans, Palncoats, Trousers, Etc. Where a dollar
will do the work of two; put the difference In your own pocket.
Worth to 10, Now
Worth to Q18. Now
Worth to $22.50, Wow
Worth to $27.50, Row
Men's Double Texture Raincoats, cemented seams; d Qf
worth $4.50, now P 1 ee70
Men's Double Texture Raincoats; worth fS.OO, Jg) nr
Men's Raincoats: worth $10.00,
Men's Worsted Face. 811k Back Raincoats; worth $15, C
now P f eOO
Men's Wool Work Trousers; worth $2.50, Qp
Men's Worsted Trousers; worth to $4.00, tj Qf
. now P 1 eaO
Men's Fine Worsted Dress Trousers; worth to $5.00," JJO QC
now P4bI JJ
Hundreds of Boys' Knee Pant Rults at
05. 81.05, $2.65 "d 83.05 worth double what we ask.
Men's Overcoats almost given away. Buy now, its the
best investment you ever made, even If you will not need It until
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