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THK BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1DI5.
GIBSON SALOON LAW
Hig-h Jodjjti Hold Excite Board
Need Not Go Behind Record
of Realty Holding.
POSITION OF BODY IS REVERSED
Million Italian Soldiers Perfectly
Armed and Equipped Eager to Fight
(From 8tff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April K (Special.) In an
opinion handed down njr the supreme
court today ht body holrt In th Hanff
Knon nlmrn case from Wanton county.
Inmolvlnc a oonet ruction of th Oibson
law of 1W. that an ecle board need
not to behind the record to find out who
really own leaaed property.
The evidence In the ea proved that
Mr. Adolph SI or waa majority owner of
the. stock In the Independent Realty rom
psnr. the evidence tending to show that
thta company wit merely a holding com
pany for the brewery company.
la the decision the court reveraea Itself,
a rehearing; having- been granted on a
fortner holding. The cask Is on appealed
frmn Stanton county by the remonstrants
against the granting of a saloon license
to A. U Hanff of the town of Wanton.
The remonstranta, d. A. Enos and others,
were overruled by the district court and
appealed. Tlie high court, reversing
Its former decision, affirms the lower
The court was not unanimous. Judge
Pedgwlck rltea the majority opinion,
which Is concurred In by Judge Denies. A
dissenting opinion Is filed by Rose, In
which Judge Letton concurs.
aargeate to Wsrnite Malt.
The property which the applicant pro
posed to lease In this case waa held by
the Independent e Rally company. The re
motistrators urged the Otbson law upon
the excise board. The court holds that
the statute doea not expressly provide and
shouU not be so construed, that the e
rise board shall Investigate the title of
the lessee when It appear fair and regu
lar on the record. Inquiries as to the good
faith of the holder of the property, say
the high court should be left to the regu
lar processus of t Uw, for Inatano. a
quo warranto ault against 'the alleged
holding company would be In order.
Tho excise board, according to Judge
Hedgwlck, 1 only an administrative body
and tt waa not the Intention of the legle
lature to give to it judicial function. Ita
rulings are subject to appeal to the courts,
it . Is admitted, butthe appellate bodies
would bo limited to the records put in
laf before the administrative body. The
court cite for support the holding of the
L'nlted States supreme court over th
"commodities clause" of toe Hepburn
act, forbidding railroatla from owning en
terprise not Integral to the business of
s oomraon carrier. ,
Judc Hose tn his aiaeentlng opinion
ireeta squarely the Issue outlined by too
majority and argues that Judicial funo
ttcna tiava for year boon gaelgaed to ad
ministrative bodies, citing tho railway
commies ion among other. Moreover, bo
' argues tho excise boor da -tow oxamln
, Into the title of the real estate of petU
- tioners, whom must be freeholders.
.' - OptaUa of Cemrt.
. The opinion of tho court la as follows:
1. Section Roy. At.. 1U. is not
limited to conveyance to defraud cred
itors. It expressly provide that convey
ancf msde to defraud creditor "or per
sona" are- void. The language la broad
enough. In the light of tho common law,
to include Lraasfer made with tho In
tent and purpose to evade the provision
of the "Qlbeon act" forbidding tho leas
ing of a building for ealoea purpose by
or from manufacturer of liquor.
1 If husband who owns substantially
all of the stock in corporation procures
nether corporation to bo organised and
substantially all of Ita stock lo be Issued
to his wife, and thereupon the first cor
poration transfers Ita properly to the new
corporation, the transfer Is equlvalen to
the transfer of property directly from
huahend to wife, within tho meaning of
SCY-tlnn ma, Hev. Ml., HQ I.
3. If such transfer la mad for the pur
Imee of ennbllng the flret corporation, a
brewing company, to continue to control
buildings for the purpose of ef!of them
as saloons, the purpose would be illegal,
and if known by the stockholders of the
new corporstlon such corporation might
be dissolved by quo warranto.
4. "Where a statute la susceptible of
two construction, bv one of which grove
Be doubtful constitutional quest tone
rise, and by the other of which such
queetlons are avoided, our duty la to
adopt tho latter." l'nlted Htate against
Tlaware at Hudaon company, at V. H..
Not for CoaflsaatUsL.
I.' While the legislature la not without
power to enact a statute in tho legitimate
esercia of its police power although It
might result In injury to some private In
terest, It Is also undoubtedly true that a
stetute, the purpose of which was
primarily and principally the deetructlon
of property, would violate our fund,
(rental law, and we ought not to assume
that In enacting such statute the Inglala.
ture intended a construct!"; ahtch, al
though unnecessary to the furtherance cf
the main purpose of the statute, might
result In the arbitrary confiscation of
property, if the statute will admit of a
jnore reaaanable construction.
. The so-carled "Ultison act."
lMif ch. C. should not be construed so
na it nngni result In the unnecessary
aeatruction of property values, If tt Is
capsule of other construction which
would serve the purpose evidently
i. Uueetlona of fraudulent conveyances
of protterty are generally investigated by
courts which are clothed with ample
equity powers. They are usually com
plicated ni difficult uuestlons. This
Statute provide no adeuuate muni ,.r
determining such comitiicated and lm-
lonant ena rsr-reacmng Mueatloa.
a. There Is no direct provision In the
statute requiring the licensing board to
investigate such questions or to. refuse a
license because of doubt in regard to the
good faltn of the title of the apparent
owner of the property where the app'l
cant expects to operate hi saloon.
I'n'ier such circumstance if the legis
lature had Intended thai such Investiga
tions must be made by this board, and
that no license should be Issued where
the licensing board should find that there
was fraud or other Infirmity in tho title
of the party from whom tho applicant
propoevd to lease when that title appeared
to be fair and regular upon the record, it
eeema probebl that the legislature wouM
not have left such intention In doubt. It
I a more reasonable constitution of this
statute that the intention was to leave
such Inquiries lo tbe ordinary process of
10. The mayor of a city nf tho second
(las uavlng lea than (.WO tnaabttanl
may cast the deciding vol when the
council la equally divided.
lty taaell I Uleerettea.
11. It is confided to tho discretion of tho
city council to determine the lucaUon of a
saloon licensed by the council.
12. If, ttpua application for saloon li
cense, the remonstrant allege that tho
surety company executing the bond ten
dered we not licensed to do business in
this sta.ia, or becoming uch mrrly was
not within the power of such bonding
company, tho burden U upon theea to
make such proof.
VL The fai-t tbat tho applicant for li
cense tier line to enswer incriminating
questions is not conotustvo that he le not
a man of respectable c vefter and stand
In The evideie-o in this case eexablune
tbat the applicant la qualified
It. The orW of the licensing board
grantinx the iicenea U not an orditmrve
i sa -lined in se Hon U-'l, lu-vlaetl Mat
uis IKiJ It does not have "the force and
etfwt of law." The provision of the !!-
- VUd Blatutes. section VU1, that "no rU-
nauco fur tho covornanent of any city
proportionately, to that of the Oerman
army at tho beginning of the wr
Eagemea of the soldier concentrated
along tho frontier to begin action Is so
great that their officer are compelled to
hold thorn olneelv In rheoV for fear of
disturbing border Incident.
In view of the extensive preparations
which have been made, the question Is
aitked with increasing frequency why
Italy does not enter the war. Men In a
position to apeak, with authority say that
a majority of the people prefer and the
government etHI hopes to obtain terri
torial conrosslons from Austria wltboirt
a rupture of friendly relation
Weather cord It inns In the Alps must
also be remembered in considering Italy's
probable action. Snow slTll lies deep in
the mountain and the cold I Intense.
Most of tho pease are atlll oloeed by
snow and Ice.
ON" THH ITALIAN FTtONTIEB. April of the army with munitions was superior. J
1. (Via 1'arl Italy today ha 1 jno.nrfl
first line soldiers under arm. They are
from Jf to Vi years of age. They are per
fectly armed and equipped otherwise "to
the )st button."
General Ziippelll, Italian minister of
war, speaking on tho military situation
In Italy, said that a miracle had been
accomplished In that a country which
for about twenty year had maintained
a military, organisation merely for the
preeervatlon of peace, had created what
he termed one of the most perfect of
war machines. The change was not easy,
Oeneral Zupilll sold, as was proved
wherever Uio same work waa attempted.
Great Britain, for example, had faced
the same problem, and, though possessing
greater resources, was even lea pre
pared than Italy.
The war minister said the equipment
shall go Into effect until thirty day after
the passage of the name" doea not spplv.
IS. An ordinance regulating the licensing
of the sal nf liouors must be enacted h
fore such license can he granted, emi the
adoption or rejection, of such an ordinance
is within the Initiative end referendum
IS. The Initiative and referendum set of
17 Is not Invalid a an attempt to regit
la.tr the administration of the affair of
cities and other municipalities.
17. If section 10 of the act. Revised
Statutes, section 12.16. Is Incapable of a
construction In harmonv with section 22
of article I of the constitution, which we
do not decide. It msy bo disregarded
without invalidating the whole act.
Aviation Corps is
Planned for Guard
By General Hall
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 1. (Special -Ad-Jutant
.General Kali 1 planning an avia
tion corps for the National Guard. The
Nebraska Gnard now has on filer, at
Aviator Srbaffer, now residing at Alvo
with hi parents, who was a former fly
ing mate of Lincoln Beachey, will prob
ably bring hi machine to the officers'
Instruction camp to be held In Lincoln In
June. Ho has signified hi desire to join
the guard and would prove an able In
The biplane at Fremont waa out of
commission through an accident at the
time of the maneuver camp at Waterloo
laat summer. General Hall ha reoeptly
received a model of It. which he ha hrtng
in hi otflco at tho atat house.
Just what fund will be available from
the War department for guard aviation
Is not known to the local commander. He
ha written to 'Washington to find out
and tho fato of the aviation corpa of the
Nebraska Ouard rest on tha reply.
HIGBEE PLEADS GUILTY
SENTENCED FIFTEEN YEARS
COLVaTBU, Neb.. April 1. (gpeolal.)-
Kylveeter O. Hlgbee, who ahot and killed
Thomas Csarntk near Monro March It,
wa sentenced to fifteen yeara In tho
tat penitentiary by Judge Thomas In
district court, after pleading guilty, to
murdsr In tb aecondj degree.
Hlgbe la IT year of ago and not In
good health. He I a cripple, having kt
leg. Sheriff Burk took Hlgbee to tho
penitentiary at Lincoln thl morning,
where he atari on hi long" term of serv
Wareon Bros., manufacturer of bltu-
Uthlo paving malarial, have decided to es
tablish a branch of their Industry In Ne
braska. Columbu la tho first city to con
tract for thl paving material hi Ne
William H. Hanson, proprietor of tho
Columbua Rubber company, turned Ma
stocks of goods ovar to tho sheriff by vol
untary assignment. The liabilities are
11,700. The principal creditor I hi father-
in-law, Guatav Kluck. with a claim of
MADISON COMMERCIAL '
CLUB HAS BANQUET
MADISON. Nab., April !, (Special. V
Tho second annual banquet of tho Madi
son Commercial chib ooourrod thl even
ing at iraaklna opera house, the ladle
of tho Methodist Episcopal church eerv
Ing. co vera were laid for VXX Dr. F. A.
Long presided as toaatmaatar, and toasts
wen proposed and responded to aa fol
lows: "Cranking IV C. 8. Button,
president of the club; ''Nobby Tread,"
Charles R. Pear: "Running on High,"
Arthur C. George, ooonty farm demon
atrator; "Muffler Explosions," James
Nichols i The Speed Limit," Dr. J. E.
Farmer, Address, Rons L. Hammond,
president Nebraska Association of Com
Oar MJltaer" ttrrer This aa 6.
IHn't ml thl. Cut out thl slip, en
close with tc to Foley aV Co., Chicago,
III., writlag your name and ad drees
clearly. Tou will receive in return trial
package containing Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and
croup; Foley Kidney PHI, for pain In
aid and book, rheumatism, backache,
kidney and bladder ailments, and Foley
Cathartic Tablet, a wholeootn and thor
oughly cleansing cathartlo, especially
comforting to stout persons. Sold every.
NOTES SUED ON HELD INYALID
Mausoleum Company Did Not Fulfill
Obligation on Which They .
OTHER RULTNOS OF HIGH COURT
FORTY BILLS STILL
HELD BY GOVERNOR
Loan Shark Measure Will Not Be
Effective Until Firt of
SOME IMPORTANT ONES SIGNED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April !. Bpotal.)-Th
nam cf Thomas H. Matter of Omaha,
reeentlv convicted and sentenced In con
nection with tb wrecking of the First
National bank of Button, appear promi
nently in a supreme court opinion
handed down today in tho case of F. F.
McElhinney against John H. Hart.
The case I on appealed from the
Donglaa county district eourt. The high
court affirm the judgment of tho lower
court, which waa for tha defendant and
against tha plaintiff In his. suit on thro
promissory note for K.M0 each.
The note were given to Matter an4
by him assigned to the plaintiff. . They
were for stork In the Nebraska Mauso
leum company, which Matter was pro-motlnx-
tuaditloa Not Falfilled.
Tli notea wer conditioned upon a de
posit of ft,000 being made with tha Ne
braska company and an Indemnity bond
being filed guaranteeing tho validity of
the patent under which tho onmpany
was to operate. Tho patents wer held
by the Iowa Mausoleum company and
the new company waa to have the ' Ne
braska right In them. Matter, a tho
court find, waa an agent for the low
company In financing tho Nebraska con
osro. The cash depofrit wss never mad and
tha bond wa not filed. Aa a consequence,
according tn the evidence, tho atook of tho
Nebraska company was rendered value
less, and the consideration for the note
totally failed. The atiprom court quota
the testimony of H. K. Burket, aa pres
ident of the Nebraska Mausoloufa com
pany. The court note that one of the
patent wa later held void by tho United
nrlda? Maat Bo Ball.' ,
Tho hlgn court hold that th Farmers'
Irrigation district must build a bridge
acrosg II ditch for PUr O'Bhea. In
o doing- It reverses and remand th
ease to tha district court of Scott' Bluff
county. Th dutrlot had contended that
th statute did not apply in thta case,
because O'Khea had bought th land on
both sides af tor . ths ditch had boon du.
Tha court holds that thl mad no dlf
ferenc. Moreover, It says that tha re
quirement I aonetllutioaal. Inasmuch aa
th liability to build tho bridge la part
of th consideration for th valuable
right of eminent domain.
Wire, rempaey L Case.
That the Western ITnlon Telegraph
company waa liable- to r. B. Naah com.
pony or omaha fo failure h.u -
telegram marked "rueh." even though It
buolnes nature wa concealed by the
fact that It waa written In cypher. I
the decision of the supreme court in a
Douglo county eaae. Tha telegram to
New York brokera directed thqm to aell
certain stock for tho plainUfi. Th tele
gram waa not delivered. Tha etock
dropped five point in tho meantime. Th
jury gave th plaintiff fm damage,
linker Valaatloa Stand.
The supreme court uphold th vardlot
of 13.910 given to Fred Qrlmm agatnat th
Ktkhorn Vaily rlna district Th
verdict wa aecurod on appeal from th
ward of th board of appraiser, which
allowed Orlmm but ftSOQ. Sedgwick and
Letton dlaeent from tho majority of th
court, holding that th verdict ahould
bo reduced. ,
Koto May Bo Sol.
Tho supreme court reverse th district
court of Madison county In the r.. c
tho Farmer Loan and Trust company
aaalnst V it-- ri l. -. t . . ..
, a BBa noias mat a
not I not rendered non-negotiable by a
provision for a dleoount of per cent if
lld In full within fjfteen day. from date.
The not, for 157. waa given for Jewelry
and assigned by th payee to th plain
tiff. Aalaaala Mast Be fared Far.
The district court of Pawnee i.
affirmed in holding that the United States
wprss company must pay for a brood
ow shipped by John Herald In hot
weather. Th high court hold that th
company did not use reasonable
wetting down the animal so aa to cool It
tFrwn a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April !.-Hpeclal.)-over.
nor Morehead ha yet about forty bill
which have not been signed.. So many
came down In the i loelng momra of
th legislature that tho approval hopper
Tho loan ahark bill, which here the
emergency olause In the title lacked
that clause in th bill, so that Ita opera
tion will not go Into effect until .'uly 1.
Whether more bill have suffered fcv the
rush at the close haa not been dlitloaed.
Among the bunch of bill signed by
the governor this mornln. were some
Important aieasurea, among them tho following-:
H. R. 4g0 The Broome-KtchmnnrlH
ley-Hunter-Pslmer bill, strengthening tho
corrupt practice law and giving candi
dates for office need.id latitude in ex
H. R. 7fl Countr clerk to tierfnrm
coroner' duties, whan reeuler nfflrlia
charged therewith are out of county.
H. R, 2i The Van Dueeen hill, giving
cltlea and village rwht to make levy
for street oiling.
II. R. Mi The Hunter bill, etamntlnv
Wpanleh-Amerioan war veterans from
H. H. TL0 Makes mandatory nn
U Investigate bribery nd perjury or evi
dence of Such, oountv ettnrnev ni
and proeeouteT complaint. Bill prepared
and supported by Harriott of Nemaha.
H. R. n Provide Inr en tnn.M.
braaka boundary line commission am
) work between f ottawa'.tamle and
lougiaa oo untie. Mem hers to le ao-
pointed bv the aroveruor ori behalf
H. R. 14 The Lanlaan bill, nuttlne
epst of transporting prisoner from other
siaiea nere, or rrom counties of this j
state to the stale prison, upon the coun- I
ues ana remove expense from atat
H. R. 7 Tho Del bey bill, providing
w registration ai rremoni, rork. Hast- I
In. Urand Island. Norfolk, Beatrice. I
prior to spring election of 19l and every I
lx year thereafter. I
n. n. sa l tie Torren'a optional land
title registration law. Hitbject to adop
tion bv madU of mtlntv n,l I
t'onai with, owner kj to adherence
Among men who can af
ford any price for a
suit you will find many
who insist upon having Sam
Peck or Stein-BIoch models.
IF you are a young man we adviseyou
tn rnmp in nnH trv nn a fftw Sam
w s- r "we- y gf e. J m e ws was av
fPeck models, and our mirrors will
,show you your ideal suit.
If you have a mature figure its one of Stein
Bloch models that, will point the way to the
greatest clothing satisfaction you have ever
known style, fabric and workmanship.
You See. Men. Its the Specialist Idea.
Every .conceivable pattern that a gentleman
might wear this spring is to be found in our
cases and our prices range from . .
Unconditional guarantee with every suit
Counoil of Knights
of Columbus to Be
Started at Madison
MADISON, Neb.. April M.-tSpedal.)
Jladleon council No. 17S8, Knight of Co
lumbua, will bo Instituted on Sundav.
April U, with a charter membership of
tlfty-three. Preparation indicate an
eventful ocoasinn for tho pariah and tho
city. DoorUon or the national color
are conspicuous and the predominant ex
empllfloaUoa of th order' Inherent prin
ciple, "jvr Ood and Country."
There la aaeurance of. large visiting
delegation from Omaha. Lincoln, Fro-
mum, iTouuyier. coiumnu and manv
town tn nortbeaat Nebraak. The knight
end candidate will meet at the opera
Lou at 1 a. m. and march to St. Leon
ard churoh. whore they will attend high
ma celebrated by Rev. rather Marcu
Schludecker. O. P. M., of Humphrey, and
hear a sermon by Rev. Father Muenlch
of St Leonard. The choir will render
Wlegand'a festival mass, with orchestra
accompaniment, under the direction of
Father Muenlch, with Mis Ella Adel
mann at the organ.
At 1:45 P. m. the Institution of the new
council and the initiatory ccremoniea will
occur at the Knights of Pythias hall. At
8:45 p, m. a banquet to the members of
the council and the visiting knight will
bo served by the women. of the perish
P. F. O'Oara of Hartlngton will preside
a toaatmester and toaat will be re
sponded lo by Rev. Father Walsh, Battle
Creek; Thomaa F. Redmond, Omaha;
Hugh J. Boyle. O'Neill: Judge E. A. Con-.
fal, David City; T. J. Doyte, Lincoln, and
R. w. Gill, Madison.
Apartment, flat, bouses ana cottage
an be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee "For Rent" .d.
Governor Morehead Issues
Arbor Day Proclamation
schools od publlo Institution of the
tat far th porpoee of planting and
cultivating tree and hrub. thu de
veloping in ouroelve a sens of the love
of nature and all that la good and beau,
"I would also urge upon all th people
to Join In making our state more
pleisant to look upon by the planting of
tree and thu adding to the beauty of
"Give under my hand and th great
seal of the state, this ltth day of April.
"JOHH H. lfORHBt Oovemor.-
(rrora a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April l8peclal.-Oeneral
obeervanre of Arbor day la requeued by
Governor Morehead and he hope that la
people of the etate will set apart Thu re
day, April tt, a befitting th day and
each do hla or her share tn making the
Uto more beaaUful In the future by
planting tree, scrubs, ,le. The proc
lamation la as follows:
"Tha season again admonishes us that
the day est apart as Arbor day la near
a.t hand. . This day ha coma . to be
rooogalaod by many of th utea a a
good time to plant tree, aorub. and thu
not only to gratify our own tests for
that which I beautiful, but realising we
are contributing to th welfare of tlioo
who come after tea.
The tree that a gratefully shelter
...... .a. m. or summer were plnnted Daadrsff eatasee a feverish IrrMattoaj
by hands long sine vanished. We ahould! of the carp, the hair root shrink. us
I? rn?,U"v., d th1 ,n ,hU ", nd.thn th hair com, out fa. To
t",W. bto Xho ot ,h 're. atop falling balr at one and rid th
. . w. wu in i in scaip. After a few applies
.hi. d- iJ - ; " A'!? " P"t Uon l d'n,,ru" '-PP-r and th, hair
' " au uo puoal stop coming out Advert UsMoeat.
j WHY HAIR FALLS OUT
f k- . - i -' " ... i vl wirarin, get
of the past year. I aa aovenwtr i - . . , - "
. i mi KHumm a i any arug
sute of Nebraska est aoert Tk,u.. I ...... . . . .
r. th Sd da .r a.wi ' 7- ur . .Fur nana ana rub
nilzxard Refyisoratoni are mad with pe-al rrirard to sanitary
feature and economical Ice conauniption. There are no inside seam
and th aanltary wire shelve, drain pipe, etc., are qtilckly removed
o that Tery corner la raay to rreaa when rleavnlng. Kyery Blia
ard lWriicerator ha a well finished and well made hardwood rase.
Ihej are Interlined with mineral wool, they are made with white
enamel or plain sine provision chaiuliem, either of which are mat
proof. IlUxiard Refrigerators art gamrnnteed to he abaolutely
odorlea. They are H priced very moderately, ranging according
to gtyle and aie at 87.50. 89.75. $12.50 "d P to 832.50?
Have the Central Figure on Your Furniture Bill
VniT - r L
BUY K !
THE .f f
The moat economical Ice rream freeser, re
quiring lea Ice and work than any other
The quick eat ice rream fi-eeaer on the mar
ket, freeae Ice cream In five minute, abso
lutely aanltary, no older ou the Inside of
cream can, our price 4t,
See our beauti
ful t h r e e room
See our beauti
ful four room
You Make Your Own Terms at the Central
Hair Switches Much Reduced
We secured an exceptionally' fine lot of natural vravy
switches at a surprisingly lor price,, which means a grczt
saving . to yop also. You may choose from all shades,
except gray.. Ordinarily the price is $5.00. vo qc
Special for Saturday v. .-.
Transformations -Reaching all around the AtL
head; regular price $2. An unusual value, for. Ar'
Other Biff Values in Switch
Another lot of fin hair wltchea at prices far lower than usual.
Note the following:
20-Inch at 65. . 344aca at $1.98.
12-lnch at $1.50 V
28-lnca at 13.25.
J6 lack at 12.48.
Shampooing, singeing, hair dressing,' manicuring and lea-pack
masssgs by xprtaJ eperatera. Apoelntments mad by
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Great Value at a. Little Price
These goods are made of
pure aluminum, nothing to
flake or chip off; outlast
tin or enamelware. Light
in weight, but strong and
durable; heat quickly,
save fuel and will not
500 Pieces for Saturday Con
srstinj of rice boilers, preserv
ing nettles, sauce pans, coffee
pots, covered kettles, j
etc worth to $l.Sotl
Quartet of Wall Paper Spec'ls
Pour big lot frem th large
purchaee of th Thybn A
Bauxton stock, Chicago, -cured
by us at 60s en th
Taybone Baaxton Kltcha and
Bedroom Papers A big select!;
worth (He. Saturday, i
a roll )C
Tayboa Bauitoa's Parlor. XMn
log Room and Hall Paper With
borders to match. Regit- r
lar lie grade, a roU OjJC
Domestic Oatxaeal Papjr--4gi blue,
red, green, tan aad brow. SO laches
wide. Sold with border. a
Regular 10c values, a roll C
Liquid Cold Papers for Irrtag
rooms, reception halls and library.
A large assortment, worth tt
to S&c. A roll 1IC
Candy Specials for Saturday
Chocolate Black Walnut dus
tersWith cream centers. Regu
lar 0e grace, m r
a pound COC
Special Pompelaa Chocolate Bit
ter Sweets aad Swiss Style imn
Chooolat rrult aad
But eenters. A pound..... XC
Special Nut Brittle Wslaut, fil
bert, ainaaavd. pecaa aad i n
braaU nuts. A pound aCeC
Craun Dipped Coeoaaut Bail
Rolled to pecaa nut. Aa- )
serted flaeor. A pound..
Dellckraa Preah Maple Coo
factions ror Prlday. 20 C
Crm Peanut Nugg-et Vanllk,
etrawberrr and choco
late. A pound 1)C
Black Walnut Taffy t M
A pound & 9C
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