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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1915.
Keep Uric Acid
Out of Joints
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and Take
Rheumatism la carter to wrrM than to
rera, stste a well-known authority. We
urn aivlwd to dress warmly; keep the
feet dry; avoid expoaurt; eat les meet.
but drink plenty of rood water.
Rheumatism It a direct result of eating
too much meat and other rlrh food that
produra urlo ax-ld which la abaorbod Into
the Mood. It- la the function of the kid
ney to filter thle acid from tha Wood
and cast It out In tha urine; tha pores of
the akin are also a mean of freeln tha
blood of thia Impurity. In damp and
ihllly cold weather the skin porea are
closed thua forcing the kidney to do dou
ble work, they become weak and sluggish
and fall to eliminate the uric acid which
keep accumulating- and circulating;
through the ayctem. eventually settling
In the Joints and muaolee, causinf stiff
ness, soreness and pain called rheuma
tism. At tha flrat twinge of rhaumatlam get
from any pharmacy about four ounce
cf Jad Salts; put a tableapoonful la a
alas of water and drink before break
fast each morning for a week. Thla la
said to eliminate urlo acid by stimulating
the kidneys to normal action, thua rid
ding the blood of thesa . impurities.
Jad Salts I inexpensive, harmless and
fa made from the acid of rrapea and
lemon Juice, combined with lithta and Is
used with excellent results by thousands
cif folks who are subject to rheumatism.
J lore you have a pleasant, effervescent
lithla-water drink which helpa overcome
uric acid and is beneficial to your kid
ney as well. Advertisement.
certainly docs heal
In our file of reports, covering a period
of twenty year, literally thousand of
pXytkiatu tell how successful the Re
frtol treatment ia foreciema and similar
skin trouble. . The first use of Resinol
Ointment and Resinol Soapusually stops
the itching and burning, and they toon
clear away all trace of the eruption. No
other treatment lor the ekin now before
the public can show such a record of
hMlrilKnnha. Far trial fret.
Deal sVS. Kouagi, Maldaara, Me.
Gniiie for Drink Habit
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE
We are In earnest when we ask you to
Rive OKR1NK a trial. You have nothing
to risk and everything to gnln, for your
monev will be returned if after a trlnl
vnu fall to get results from ORIMNfc:.
This offer gives the wives and mothers
Vf those who .drink to ( an oppor
tunity to try the OURIMIJ treatment.
It is a very simple treatment, ran be
(Ken In the home without publicity or
Ion of thus from business, and at a
OKRINK I prPred in two forms:
No. 1, secret treatment, a powilor; OH.
B.1NB No. J. In pill form, fir those who
dMlrt to take voluntary treatment. Costs
only SI M a box. Come In and talk over
the matter with ua. Ask fur booklet.
Pherinan A McConnall Drug Co., comer
ISlh and Dodge streets. Owl Drug Co.,
corner 16th and Harney streets.
. Hare you aeea
them at tb Movies?
for Vhulow display and
cards. Made without delay
Candidates (or Office
will obtain the beet pub- "
lirtty result by using
these; we make them. "
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ENDS IHBIG ROW
Four Circle ia Federation of Child
Conierration League Break and
MISS WHITE ENTEES QUARREL
Schism parted the ranks of the
Omaha Federation of Child Con
serration lea rue at Young. Woman'
Christian association yesterday
morning. Of the seven circles which
comprise the federation, the Benson,
South Side, Bemls Park and Han-
com Park circles withdrew their con
nection, through their presidents,
Thlg left the North Side, the Dundee
and the South Omaha circles, the
three largest, in charge of the city
The separation came at the end of a
long morning of attacks, personal and
aimed at the Howard Severance Book
company of Chicago, as well as at the
National Child Conservation Leaaue of
America, which sent" its representative,
Mlsa Charlotte White to defend It
claim. The separation came when Mr.
F. B. King of Benson, president of the
federation aa well as the Benson circle,
voiced her withdrawal.
The dissenting member then adjourned
to the next room, elected Mr. King
prealdent and Mrs. Horace J. Holme
secretary of a new mothers' organisa
tion. They then made arrangement to
rent the ornginal meeting room for
themselves for next Thursday, when they
will complete their own organization.
Stick the Ship. . .
The members who stayed by the ship
also elected officer to fill the vacancies
caused by the resignations. The officers
now are Mrs. Charles II. Favldge, presi
dent; Mr. I. rt-Arey, first vice presi
dent; Mra. Don McCown, second vice pres
ident: Mr. Kellogg of South Omaha,
third vice prealdent; Mr. Bruce MoCul
loch, secretary; Mra, W, O. Perry, treas
urer. At the opening of the meeting a motion
was made to exclude newapaper re
porter from the meeting, but at the
roll call taken the vote was in favor of
The local circle of the National Child
Conservation League of America were or
ganized last summer by Miaa Charlotte
White and a corns of assistants while
Nklng order for book for the Howard-.
Pcverance company of Chicago. Later
Miss White returned and federated the
circles. Soon after, suspicion a to the
existence of the national organisation
was aroused among the member because
letter from local officers to the national
secretary, Mrs. May H Ho, brought re
sponse on the book company's station
ary. This lead to further discussion and
finally the decision to withdraw from the
national organisation on the part of some
of the member. The meeting was called
to settle the question.
Miss White, althqugh reprimanded by
the president, Mrs. King, asserted her
right to b heard, aa representative of
the national organisation, which the local
circles recognise as their superior body,
aocordln to their constitution. Bhe then
read a signed article from Dr. Win field
Hall Scott and Mrs. May E. Hoss, repre
sented as president and secretary, re
spectively, or the national league, and
aimed to obviate the difficulties. th
article read by Miss White state that
the league was Incorporated under the
laws of the District of Columbia and was
orgaalsed In Chicago In March, U1J.'
Ne fUgrfct to Make Heaolatloaa.
"You have no right to pass any reao
lutloa contrary to your superior body,
any more than the states have a right
to pass a law contrary to the federal
law' argued Miss White.
Miss White was asked how the league
"I think it originated when the field
managers saw the necessity of an or
ganisation of thla kind for mother, but
I don't know. I have never questioned
Us origin," replied Miss White. Here a
woman In the audience laughed aloud.
Van you give as any assurance that
th offloers of the national league have
no Interest financially in the book con
cern." a woman asked Mis White.
Thsy have no connection." was the
reply. , ,
However, at tha meeting held after the
four leagues had withdrawn, MUs White
stated: "The royalty that the national
league received from the book company
la the only means of propagating the
- Many of the women left th meeting
room Inceneed, at the near-riot "I am
ashamed to be a member of a mother's
circle which held a meeting such as thla
ne. If my children acted like this I 1
wouia spans them," declared Mrs. W. O.
Some who remained In the original fed
eration said they were not . bothered
about the' connection between the league
and the book company. They said they
were satisfied with the books they had
purchased and were willing to continue
in tne organisation.
CHIEF DUNN IN FERRIS CASE
Witneig in $25,000 Suit Brought by
Husband No. 1 Against Htu
band No. 2.
CITY ATTORNEY IS IN CASE, TOO
Chief of Police Dunn was called aa a
witness yesterday In t-S.onn ault brought
by Ernest Olsen against Orandlson Fer
ris for alleged alienation of the affec
tions of Olsen's I-yearold wife, now
Mrs. Delia Ferris, to testify concerning
an alleged poison orange episode, re
lated by her.
The plaintiff sought to how by records
In Chief Dunn' possession that the young
woman, then Mrs. Olsea, told the police
she had taken poison In an attempt to
commit suicide because of a disagreement
with Ferris. The testimony was ruled
outTy District Judge Troup on technlcr-l
Mr. Ferris accounted for her Illness on
that occasion by a theory that an orange
which she had eaten had contained
The sheriff's office took charge of the
Crowd of spectator which overflowed
the court room, a deputy remaining Inside
throughout the morning session.
Married Pooa After Divorce.
Mrs. Ferrla resumed the stand for a
short time for rebuttal testimony, Bhe
teatlfied that personal habits of Olsen
had been displeasing to her. The defense
attempted by her testimony to show that
she was not induced to leave Olsen by
Ferris. The plaintiff Introduced testi
mony In an attempt to show that Ferris
assisted In securing a divorce for her
from Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris were
married In Council niuffa a few weeks
after she secured the divorce.
Attorney John A. Rlne.
Ferris. In his argument criticised Olsen
for bringing the damage ault In an at
tempt to secure payment for the loss of
his wife. He ssserted that Ferris would
Inherit IH.Ono from his father. Alden Fer
ris, a pioneer of Buffalo county, and that
CTlnen desired to obtain part of this Inheritance.
W. T. CANADA IS DAILY
GROWING MUCH WEAKER
Wl'llam T. Canada. a St. Catherine
hospital, had a bad night,' according to
reports, and his condition Is practically
unchanged, aside from that he has
grown weaker. He Is unconscious and
In a comatose state most of the tlme; No
hope for his recovery is entertained. 'His
Illness Is so critical that only nurses, his
physicians and members of the family
are allowed to visit his room.
in time of physical trouble caused by
indiirrstiun, biliousness resulting' from
torjiij liver, inactive bowels, is aK
wkv i riven, eukkly, certainly, safely
Ci tue raoe t famous of f am ll j remedies
Nearly everyone Indulges their ap
petite and the digestive' organs are
abused, resulting In a congestion of
poisonous waste that clogs the bowels
and causes much aniswry snd distress.
The most effective remedy to correct
this condition Is the combination of
simple laxative herbs with pepsin,
known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. This is a natural, pleasant-tasting
remedy, gentle yet positive In action,
and quickly relieves Indigestion, con
stipation, sick headache, belching, etc.
Drug stores sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin at fifty cents and one dollar
a bottle, and In thousands of homes
It Is the Indispensable family remedy.
For a free trial bottle write Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 52 Washington 81., Mon
FOUR SUITS TO CANCEL.
Four suits to cancel naturalixH.t
tlflcatee, upon allegations of technical de
fect or fraud, will soon be heard in fA-
eral court by Ju4 T. C, Munger. The
rases were filed by .United Htataa Dis
trict Attorney F. S. Howell and r
titled the United States against Moaea
oeax t-oraeieer, redolln Brix, Jan Rosea
and Oscar A. Andsraoa.
A Sa-lfl Aaana ralda.
"If there la such a thing as a spectn
against colds. It U to be found In the
sleeping porch or the open bed room.
Next to that comes th cold sponge bath
In the morning," says the Toulha Com
panion. Be as careful as you ran you
will occasionally take cold, and when
you do you will f1nj Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a great help la enabling you to
get rid of It. Try It Obtainable every
U,rs S.l ef Ar Me4itia im ike WU
PLANS FOR BIG BOOSTER
The first of the Greater Omaha booster
trips will begin oa April 11. when the
Uve Stock exchange and allied Interests,
with a big dolegatloa of business and
professional men leave on a special train
for the north est. Preparations are be
ing made to make this trip tbs biggest
Dr. Bell'a flae-Tar-lleeey.
Get a c bottle today. Keep It for
yur cotgh or cold. Uood tor children,
s-lult and aged. All druggists. Adver
Spring Opening Sale
Actually a little late with the announcement, but just in time for
A little early in season to announce low prices for high grade mer
chandise, bat, very timely for the economical buyer.
To make our spring business a record-breaker, our buyers have taken
the pains to obtain our goods of the best reputable houses for the lowest
To accomplish our plan the sales manager is going to do his share
and glv the people the lowest prices right at the opening of the season,
when they really do their buying, and save by it.
There is another reason to make our claim rood la giving the people
better goods for less money, and that Is: The Fair Store being fortunate
enough to have a very large store for a very small rental.
Te keen up with our method of cutting down on expenses. .
we will mention just a few of our speelsl values: , .
$15.00 Men's and Young Men's Suits, made of all wool ros
terlals. 1915 models, thoroughly hand tailored
and consisting of a large variety of patterns
to suit most anybody. Special
$11.50 Men's and Young Men's Suits, made of
worsteds and fancy mixtures, all wool materials.
first class tailoring. For a special leader at
$3.00 Men's Trousers, made or very fine worsteds and
fancy mixtures, goods that will positively give perfect
satisfaction in every respect, and a variety of 8 A m ft -a-different
fabrics. Each pair a 1916 model, tall- I UK
ored perfectly. Opening sale price .V
$1.50 Men's Pants in good, strong materials, such as hard
worsteds, manipulated serges and khaki. Just the or
thing to wear to and from work. Special at 03C
$2.00 TO $3.50 HATS, 05o
We have secured the entire lot of samples In Felt and Stiff
Hats from a big Jobber. The regular price of these sam
ples average from $3.00 to $3.60. All popular styles. ', r
and we offer them for a fast clean-up at DoC
Sale Starts Friday Morning, April 2nd
I' T , i
Mail Orders Shipped Prepaid Same Day Received
fif HUDSON M55Q Si-
What 43: Years
Did for This HudsQn
Hie HUDSON Light Six came out first as a
1914 model. Cut two years had been spent
in developing it, and two years have been
spent on it since.
So this new model is the result of four .
years of refinement. Not only by Howard E.
Coffin, its fumoua designer, but by our whole
corps of engineers.
One result shows in its lightness 3,870
pounds. It is the lightest 7-passenger Six.
And lightness denotes refinement. Every
needless xund is a crudity, due to wrong -materials
or less skillful designing.
Other results show in finish, luxury,
beautv and equipment. Every detail in this
HUDSON shows the final touch.
But the best thing those years have done la to .
prove that the car ia right.
Over 10,000 owners have now driven this car, per
haps 35 million miles. Halt of them have proved It
All of those owners will vouch for thli car. No
mistake has developed, no weakness, no shortcoming.
sBBawaass -Ma aH ia mm ,
Another great appeal In the HUDSON Ilea la pridw
of ownership. The HUDSON is the class car or Its
type. It shows Its class. And the name HUDSON,
la every mind, stands for the highest standards.
Another reason lies in HUDSON service. That
means protection to you., It means constant satis
faction. Now la the time before the rush season to find
out which Light Six Is beat.
HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO.. Detroit. Mich.
GUY L. SMITH
2563-65-67 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
Friday Sales Insure Both Saving and Satisfaction L
Big Savings on Men's
Spring Furnishings in
Our Easter Week Sales.
Our Great Easter Sale
of Men's Furnishings
Continues Friday and
Bargains in Domestic Room Cloak Dept
t.i.i fcT m-M i n J i . 3 ' I ur...l. nnl Its'!--.-! fli nil Int.
Nobby New Tailored Suits, made $Q Qt
to sell at $15.00, Friday. ... . . . . VOD
' Most popular weaves in navy blue, Cop
enhagen, green and black.
Women's Silk Blouses A
splendid line in plain and
embroidered Jap Silks;
wonderful values, at, d
sale price. . t V
Silk Petticoats, made to sell to $1.50. in green,
lavender, black and Belgian blues, made full
width, with wide flounce; some slightly rn.
mussed from handling OaC
Women's Doable Texture K&ln Coots T O OQ
absolutely rain proof; $4 values.... 4aeO7
Stylish New Dress Skirts
A big special purchase on
9ale in two lots:
$5.00 and $6.00 Skirts, $2.93
$6.50 and $7.50 Skirts, $3.98
Women's and Misses' Coats, all lat
est stvles and colors. $7.50. $6.50 and
. Serges, novelties and checks, in beltea
or high waist line effects.
Children's Wash Dresses
In ginghams, chambrays
and percales, neat new
styles in all sizes 6 Ort
to 14 years; regular jHf
89c values, at.
Extrsf ize House Drensew, for large women, 39 to
63 bust measure; cut extra full through the nips;
come in splendid quality ginghams 1 1 Q
and percales; regular $1.75 value.. JJ.1V
Women's and Children's Gingham and Ol
Tercale Aprons; regular 35cf values. ... atS 1 C
Beautiful New Spring Silks
AT MOST ATTBAOTXTa BABOAXtf FKXCXg TBIDaVT
Bemaaats of sulks," plain and novelty weaves. In all
colors, 1V4 to lS-yard-lengths, 20 to 14 Ins. wide, at,
yard ISO and 3ao
91.00 ana tl.SS Chiffon Drees Taffetas, 21 and ft Ina
w)de, alt wanted shaSea, yard eo ana 88
Beaatlfnl. 40 ia. Bilk op 11ns and all BUk Orepe d
Chines, in all th new colorings, 41.26 yard vaues. at.
Xstra Bpeelale ia Black Bilks Black Chiffon Taffetaa
3 Ins. wide, rich raven black with soft lustrous fin
ish. tt.00 quality, yard SOU
36-ln. Black Uk Mseeellnee A splendid special .value
Friday, yard 40
The best showing of Spring Silks In Omaha at
lowest' possible prices. In the Daylight Silk Section.
Wool Dress Goods Greatly Underpriced
BzasHAjnra usa thajt iur.
800 Remnants of Wool Presa Fabrics, to I1.2K yard
values, all weave and colorings moat In demand,' 1
to 7-yard lengths, at, yard ...480
1.00 Quality Check nltiags. 6So All wool, black
and white checks, 44 Ins. wide, piece In the Int.
while they last, yard ....48
100 Fieoes of Bew Wool Fabrics, Serves, Coverts,
Gabardines, Panama. and Novelties, SO to 64 inn.
wide, to 11.50 yard values, yard ,.,.3Bo, 4 Bo and 9 So
84-lau All Wool Boltings, Gabardines, Coverts, black
and white checks and stripes, Palm Beach, etc.. In all
new colorings, at, yard ' 91.48
Z.sara to Make Tonr Owa Bnlts and Dresses
Our Dressmaking School la at your disposal.
An Easter Sale of
That W1U Bring a Crowd Frl.i
Coats Spool Cotton. 20 0-yd.,
per dos. -
6 cards Hump Hooka and Eyes
50c Ladles' Hand Baga at 2o
2 pkgs. Gold Eye Needles.. 6c
35c Shopping Bags at 19c
Cotton Tapes, all sixes, ball, lc
P. F. C' Embroidery and Cro
chet Cotton, per ball. . . .10c
Rick Rack Braids, per bolt. 5c
A beautiful line of fine Em
broidery and Lace Trimmed
Handkerchiefs, worth 20o and
25c choice for 15c
Pretty MlUinery Ribbons
A specially nice line for selec
tion, greatly underpriced.
Domeetlc Room Friday.
, Children's ' Muslin Drawers, made
plain and bloomer styles, sixes 2
to 12 years; 26c values, J2C
Children's Rompers and Wash Suits,
made of chambrays and nr
ginghams; 60o values, at. . XjC
Ladiesr Muslin Gowns and Combina
tion , Suits, embroidery and laco
trimmed; 76c values. , ja
at ... yc
Hen's Medium Weight Cotton Under
wear, shirts or drawers; or
worth 60c, at .......... 33C
Ladles' Cause Union Suits, low and
high neck, long sleeves or sleeve
less; worth to 50c, . npi
Boys' Shirts with .military collars
nercalea: aood vaJum-
Ladles' Medium Weight Cotton IlnW.
wear; veats or pants; a So Q.
value, at I5JC
Remnants of fine Wash Goods
In lengths suitable f6r Dres
ses, Wslsts, Skirts and Chil
dren's Wear; these are all the
finer grade materials; sold up
to 75c yard; choose from
the lot at.. yard. 15c
Curtain Madrss, fancy borders,
all new and desirable pat
terns, cut from the piece, at,
yard ( 6c
Apron Ginghams, Indigo blue
and white checks, yard.. 4c
Drees Prints, the best quality,
light or dark colors, yd.. 4c
Unbleached yard wide Mus
lins, here Friday, yard... 4c
Remnant lengths 120 and 1 5c
.White Cambric, yard ..e4e
Boys SatoJStSffl $2.95
Your boy's Easter 8uit is here and Friday this
Bargain will bring many mothers and boys to our
Domestic Room. 8tripes, checks and plaids, all
this season's best colors, Norfolk styled coats with
patch pockets; well made and well styled. Boys'
Butts with 2 pairs of Knickerbockers, $5.
Boys' All Wool Blue Serge Suits, $150
Here la a suit that any mother who Intends to
buy a blue suit for her boy should not miss seeing.
The serge ia positively all wool and we guarantee
the color never to fade; the coat is made -Norfolk
style with stitched on belt; the pants are lined
with strong tan twill lining; the suit is sold at
$5.00 by many stores Friday we offer all ages
at f&AO.- .' ,
Men's All Wool Serge Suits, $851
This is actually a $12.50 Suit, made of
fine all wool serge in the style that every
one is wearing; coats are alpaca lined and
silk sewn. ; Sizes to fit' all builds of men
and young men; on sale Friday in our Domestic
Room $12.60 Blue Serge Suits, for (8.50.
Young Men's $10 & $12.50 Suits, $7.50
All colors that are good this "season; styles
that you will expect to see at twice the price.
A big selection of colors and styles to choose
from, , on sale in our Domestic Room only
Friday. Young Mn'a 8ulU, for 97.50. .
Linens and Towels
Serving or Tea Towels. ' red
borders and stripes, each 10c
Hemstitched 19x38 : Towels,
all white, each 19c
AH Linen Table Cloths. 68x86,'
and l'dos. 21 -In. Napkins to
match, heavy satin finish
Irish Damask, the set, $5.00
All Linen Hemstitched Table
Set: 8x10 cloth, and 1 dos.
Napkins to match, set, f4JyO
Table Pads, B4-in. round, heavy
quilted, silence cloth, ee?ll .50
Drawn Work. 36-ln. Hemstitch
Squares; these for Fridsy's
sale,, each 50c
Spring Opealag Bale at Oteatlv Bedaeed Brloes
1 Daye Only Friday aad Sat or day i .
10 te aso
for Lawn, or
990 to 89c
' f BHOTBX.B
Pgr 11 ' 'H eer
- r J handle or
Ions; handle, silver finish only. 4o
At Barrala Frlcee.
Genuine "Maydole" Hammers. .4o
Hammers, full size, good enough
for occasional lljcht work sJout
Eawa, m enutrie ' f,bisston V'"V.91-30
11.25 fully warranted 8aws.,.S8o
iaws that are worth mors. . .49o
Warranted Hatchet 8o
' r'ull aise warranted Axes eso
OBB Full Me, 8ood quality, io
BBADXBO rOBBB Full .1,., .
tine, with strap ferrules.. ,4o
BUBTTBaj TOBKB l-tlne.
ferrules, reduced to ....
ck'ng Bar. 4-ln .....9e
-f t. fourfold " Btanley Rule '. '.?So
'''rL.0!.'0'1' fuU t"" bound
btanley Rule ....8Se
Good Things to Eat for Easter
Oreeertea, Oraokers, Batter, Brr.
'Bmoked Heats, Caaaed Oeod ra.
tatoee. Pried fruits, yvask rroits.
tin! ana vaaoy. g'p. u.J'y
ttoda at a savta ef 88 to M.
IS lbs. Beat Granulated Sugar . .91-00
41-lb. sack Best High Grade Dia
mond ia Flour; nothlns finer for
bread, piea or cakes, sack... 818
lbs. fine New Tork Buckwheat
Flour, for 8e
7 Iba. beet Rolled White Breakfast
OaUneai for ....86e
4 lba. fancy Japan Rice, 10a quel . sso
4 lb, beat Hamt Picked Navy Beana
Sl-oa. Jars lMre Fruit Preeer vee . BSo
lt-o. jars Pure Fruit .Preserves. le
Zt-os. Jars Pure Strained Honey. .Ste
Advo Jell, for dessert, the jell ttin
The beet lomestle Macaroni, Vermi
celli or gpaa-heUi, pkg-.. ISi
t cans Oil or Mustard Sardines. IM
14-os. cans Condensed Milk TVt
Parker House pure Tomato Catsup,
par bottle SSe
Large bottle Worcester auce, Pltk
las. assorted kinda; Prepared Mus
tard or Horseradish, bottle. . ,Sle
Looa-WUea Famous Cookies- and
Oraokers, for Kuter, ell repular
lie cookies. Friday, per lb... law
, Try a bos of Bunablne 8pec-laltl.
t varieties. In boxes ;...1S
I-lb. can fancy Sweet Sugar Corn.
Karl y .. June Peaa. Was. BtrliiK.
Green or Uma Beane. can...TVi
J-lb. cans Golden Pumpkin. Hominy.
Sauer Kraut or Baked Heana.TVa
Fajicy Queen-OIIvea, quart.,.. So
MacLaren'a Peanut Butter, lb..ltve
Tall can a Alaska Salmon 10a
.California Seedleaa Retains,, lb.lOe
Golden Sultana Raisins, lb.,.18Vao
roiirv,ni !Cvannratd Peaches, err
Choice California Prunes, lb...-.7H0
Moor Park Apricots, lb. ... . . . . . lo
Cleaned Curranta. lb i"2
The best Lemon, Orange or Cllxv"
peel. lb. -30O
The beat Condensed Mince M't,
per Pks .TH
Tie seat BtrtoUy Treek Krgs. os
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Nothing; finer at anv price.
The best Creamery Butter, carton
or bulk, lb 30c
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, per
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Table Butu-r.
Full Cream New York White. Wla
, ronsln Cream or Youna: A inert -a
Cheese, lb 80s
Jenny Bros. Famous Brick Chee.
Best Imported Swis or Roquefort
Cheese, lb. 40
Hardens for Quality Keats.
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174 alse Highland Navels, dozen, Soe
150 aise Highland Navels, dozen, SOo
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Hemand It lbs. the, law require It.
Fresh Beets. Carrota, Turnips, Shal
lots or Radishes, bunch 4e
Fresh Spinach. ier Deck SOo
Fresh Head Lettuce, head.. So. Vtr
Rousing Friday Specials in
i Fourth Floor.
Drapery Remnants, all kinds,
values up to 50c yd., Friday,
17sc Colonial Scrims, In pretty
designs, 4 0-in. wide, yd. la 5, c
12 He Curtain Scrims, 36-ln.
wide, all-over patterns, sale
price, yard 7e
22 He riain Scrims, In cream or
ecru, 40-in. wide, on sale at.
Lace Curtains, made to sell at
$2.50 pair; good assortment,
t. Pair $1.49
68c Full Six Lac, Curtains,
ecru or white, neat patterns.
45-ln. Bungalow Xets, pretty
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i heads fresh Xeaf Lettuce... a.
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amy Sweet Potatoes, lb
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Green Peppera, t for...
New Potato, lb.. .
Uood CooKing Apple., 'pick!'
Jancy California Rhubarb, lb
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