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TUT TIKK: OMAHA. TTEnXESlUY. MAT 10. 1015.
Mayor JJamti Rine, Lambert, Te
Tocl nd Fleharty for City
Lf jsl Department. .
jons GiAKT tego 13 named
Tbe politic! f one went out and
the eiperted explosion !n the city
coonrSl chamber Tuesday morulas
was riot heard when, the order of
business reached the reeding of ap
pointments by Mayor Dahlman.
Tbe mayor appointed and tbe
council confirmed John A. Iline for
another three-yearterrn aa city at
torney at f 3.600 a yearNV. C.
Lambert, present assistant ! city at
torney, was promoted to corporation
counsel at an Increase of salary
from J3.000 to 13,600 a year, and
AsoiiUot City Attorney L. J. Te
Poel was reappointed to hli present
position, ' with an Increase from
ll.SOO to ?2,500 a. year.
H. B. Ft-harty lil enter the city leeal
uepartmrnt a rity aolicltor at $;.r9r a
Jttr, he being th new appointee Hli
work will le practically that of s -
Diane. City Attorney Rine Mid h did
r.ot know Just what werk Mr. FVr.arty !
be aligned to.
Ti mayor' haa not acted on t! ep-rr-irr.-ncst
? a e!y rreeernfnr, whl'h
o(fi- J'iet now la the mNJfrt of cni.sH
rM discussion. Fred Anhnjwr will
held tti proseeutnTshlp until the mayor
e fit to art tin th! matter. The mayor
rfoes not care to dlscua the appointment
t tl.la tii-ria.
Anton Hoffman was appointed 1ty 11-
.r. Inspector to succeed David IVrko
it. John Mathlesen waa reappointed
assistant license inspector. Thta office
will hereafter br under toe direction of
the. city clerk and the work will bo don
Jr the clerk' office.
JesTJ la Reappointed.
; John Grant Peire; and John Kelpin were
reappointed Inspector of weights and
measure ana aaalatant, respectively, ti.e
lonflrmatlon belna; unanimous, notwithstanding-
report of opposition to Mr.
The folloirlna; city hall staff .waa reap
pointed: Emll tValstrom, stiperintendmit;
f ait Foley, engineer: JInry O.orn,
atchmn; rt. Gh and M. O. Klnr. fire.
rn; it. J. lUverly, Ooorc-e Plie'ian and
trvifl rv(ern, elevstne rnnrjurtors.
The city clerk' office staff waa con
firmed as follows: O. i. Jelrn, W. 8.
rtaront. A. F. PatUn, Emit Hofman,
K M." KnlHn and Margaret Bnekhfcff.
In Butler' Off-e.
In ttie U t a rt merit of puhllo account
and ilrm:ire.the followlna clrrUs were
confirmed for three yesrs: Charles V..
M-ntrk,,, j,.,-,hn Feed, W. ft. noWtwn,
f 'i' vl ' Fnlomon, CJeorge' Clark, refer
O'.Ma'Uy, William B. Mevere. Clara C.
Yonra. Allie M. Wheeler and Blanche
S)i-ie vSNnKer .nd Nena Htarr were
ro.ifii-iK ( tic ti'noKraphra in the Wl
il tnrtn- ht.
Tlie iiin. il (.oni'h-med th apMiitment
i'f j w rixlry an lnjMtor la tho depert
i i t or (nit-lic 1i)iprivf nienta and Herman
vrl. Gwdlny :rut kcr arid Oil A.
in the o(fl' of Superintendent
I'. 'id nf ti n Ktrert d( pm tmtnt.
I-. H. Slim and TiKunaa Felooner vrrt
announced r.n mi mbers tf the pSiinihera'
ei.iiii.-.j .board, and Henry pi-.fcroeder
' J.s'i i a An ltM iwiri -er )ikcIi nicniler
t ( the e.-iipfcra" examining biier.l.
lis ri .imtmerita will -all be in ffe t
Ji.r.t 1 und thf.-e wa an unnnlrnon vote
in '. h irM.,n-3, .
Th -our.c;l chistnlwr crowded ith
li'-i.fin uliu eM"'ted to view a few
cimi",!nanlc py rotwchnlca.
Best Known Dentist
ia Ashland Man,7ho
Has Both Legs" Off
JYrhaps the best known, arid certainly
t!c cheeriest dentist attending the con
vention her Is tr. 51. U. Henry of Ash
l&t.'J. t'r. Henry's legs are cut off cloa
i tr. bit' and be aiks by ineans of
tla.handa. An accident In a grlut mill
:ier he W working when he was St
jesrs old ws rspenlb!e for crippling
l?nt Is he riiNheartencd?
Vet by 9 J'!g full.
Ifis ff U roi:rid and fl and . beaming,
n il Mil ee dnn:e with rapplne.
' Vou e-,n to b- Just about aa well off
?- a i.ioo that haa snld the nter-
'Tc'.iar, a whola lot better." said this
it Uua'ns at faio, "Yuu av I
o'i u t iifcve to buy shoes and I'm never
1-' tht red with .earn."
J 'r. llimry ha been a. member of the
iieial society for twenty year. He do
1. orii ea;,.d on a high stool and with
i in tt.at are operated by e'e trtc.ty.
' tl- i!o. Lr. Henry," cried a fellow den
tut, ehe.klng hand, and then adttf fn
e liikirr, "y, what was th nn.n. of
t-ht eern remedy that ya-i recommenled
to me?" A hearty lauh en Ooth .i.Ses.
ivc let of fur. and plonty of
I n .J ri. Henry. Teople often try
ic ;v m alms, uip-ciallj. when J J
.' on my annual hunt:?jg trip to th
i is im dnwl my hunttstf
s.jU,. and jjaluia'.ly I look x ii,euh
I u.iilif tcd a fe a .pa Quits. It' reat
f a etandir.g Joke In Ashland to aend
st-y s-.rt of irtnle-J beftar to me. If
t;ey yji-x. bav an aim off or even have
l . ii arm in a ellng th boy will paint
V :a t n.y rUc and they com tn.
'i ! n hcn tfiey jne earmtig a Uvii.g
-out a leg to stn3 oa they i. ak
'..! e soi-t of eicus atd disappear as
' r trity can."
i:c::e. v,'H!CH curks down
J -t two uitki fter Joseph Mai-Kjt,
).. : t: irian lalorrr at th smelter, tn-
S i l l..s saving. .tM, D a new
. . - at i .. icr.ili k-ni CiJris strecta. th
fa.-rt.t fif W'Midny evening and
i i i 1 . - n Lii ti.e man r.d bts lf
5 two . (WMno were attending
m i Lire !,o. Aa unll t..tt"'"" vm
ri.J oi ! a mattrva and
i vtJe v--1 frmtt tii f'.amcs by
;-, t' e tiu. !,y U ti 'W dentitut
, t 4 t( e itjiiir il the um-
I Bm a i
VISIIKG DENIiSTS ARE 409
SUU eeth Pollen Watch Intereit
Ine Clinics by Specialiiti from
BASaUET AT THE FGNTElfELLE
Many art the teeth that are aehlna todav,
Achlna with a pnln that hard and
Many ravltiea onca and twoa ami threea,
A wait th "doe'ii" return,
t'pward of . ie dentlxt are in Oiaha
from all over the mate attending the
lony-cigntn annual meettn or tie
braeka Btat tvntal aorlety,' w hli r la
I'nldlne; It e.nfona In the Hotel l",mte
nelle and ita cllrlc In th nearby CieUh
lon Iental rollffe.
Several amre dentlata are here from
Iowa alao. attracted by the extraordinary
xoellnee of the pr"frm ' and . th
emlnem of the dental aJithoritlee who
are aivlng . lectures and conducting
,TTe aeeond day of the convention
opened with the addree of Pread -nt W.
A. MrHenry Tueaday morning at the
Tontenelle. Thl waa followed by lec
ture by lr. P. II. Kk Inner of rhlra'
and Tr. f. H. faaler of Chafo.
In th. afternoon occurred the flrnt
of a aerie of novet rl In lei loctnee by
eminent ercllt. Thene were held
!n fonr'rooma In Cli.iton r'ental eol-
lege. As the rararlty of th room la
llm te.l, eai-h Bpeclallit repeated bia lee
lure aa many time n wa neceaaary
to glv alt the member at the conven
tion an opportunity to attend and hear,
Thetwi ellniea were nreented by W.
H. MacKtll, . ft., Mlnne.ipolla.
Minn.; F. H. Skinner, l. tJ. 8. Cblrago.
Ill; V Kwlng ftpaeli, I O. S.. Chicago,
til.; i. K. le!eher. I. I. P., Omaha,
Kugel Has Three
Jitney Bus Bills
Up to the Council
Three proposed Jitney regulatory oidl-
t ance submitted to Superintendent KugM
cf th police department contain nearly
everything except requiring that the Jit
t.eys fumlah tranafers to - p.vaengers.
Tlicee ordinances have been referred by
the council to th committee of th whole
for dlacuaslon next Monday morning.
Th moat stringent ef th proposed
measures wa offered to Mr.' Kusol by
V, W. Fitch, who declared his ordinance
waa presented In th name of the Fed
erated Improvement clube and the South-
went Improvement eluh, Mr. Tltrh being
the presPTent of th federation. Ha pro
poses to prohibit Jitneys from all street
r thoroiiKlifore having street car tracks,
an exception being that Jltneya may fol
low the tracks for a distance not to ex
ceed one blork.
Another ordinance Ura severe then th
Improvement club meaaur waa found
oti Mr. Kugrl'a desk, the eom
Introducing It with his !,ature. but
declaring ha. doe not know 'tro brouRtii
It In. who wrote it or Who want It
raed. Th third ordinance waa pre
pared by an attorney for the Jitney op
erator. The ordlnanoe
L of . t,rov,f'1" r occupation
ta of a year for each jitney having
7 paecn.rer capacity and 113
. auuinunii ior eacn revenue seat
abova four. The bond Is fixed at $10,000
for each car having a seating capacity
of ten or leas and 11.000 more for each
additional sett. .
lloorhead to Start
Suits Under Law of
First proecutlons ever started In Ne
braska under th stat corrupt practice
law will b tiegim soon bv direction of
Kbiotlon Commlaakmer Moorhesd, against !
fifUii n Caiiill.'.AleS V. ha nm-tlrlnated In the
recnt city primary election, according
to an announcement f hi Intention.
County Attorney Msgney'la revising
conn '.ainta previously drawn nd pect
to piae them in Mr. Moorbead's- hands
tomorrow Those charg that th candt
die failed to file their statement of elec
tion nxixiuct within th period allowed
In a statement for publication Mr.
"I pct to atart th prosecution.
That is all I ear to ay except that I
want to read the new complaint bafor
anything Is doaa."
- The name of th following men wer
furnished to th county attorney by th
election commissioner: Harry B. Fla
herty, Anothony T. Monahan, John Tirak,
W. M. Nash, Owen (Haven, Loul V.
Guye, Frank J. Itlha, Albert W. Oonner.
Nel J. Anderson. J. J. Conion, A. U Hll
dlnger. T. K. Ftroud, Julius 8. Cooley,
Jerrt Howard. W. O. wnrtver, fcroU A.
Krhiin and Frank J. Qulaley. All wer
uiisuoveaaful In tbe primary or th suc
ceeding city election.
"Tiz" for Tired
and Sore Feet
'TIS" for puffed-up, burning:,
aching calloused feet
C' - -M f
f ' " aA
Why go limping uround -with axhing,
jmrfdup fi-ct tet so tired, chafed, or
aud swoiltn you ran hardly 'Bet your
W hy don't you art a
-cnt box of "TIZ'' from the drug tor
now and s'tjlcn your turturcd (',?
5wur ft glow wit.) vn
fort; take down vUtng and draw th
r-uess aud misery rll t out ut frt
i..t chafe, siuurt and turn. "TIZ" .In.
!(4iitly stop pain in toin. ialliMji a
l, and bunion. T1Z" l t'lurioiif ftr Ura.
t a. l,u. g. sie fr. t. No in l khu tl,lit-
H' ou nifiie fo't tot lu: e. A-j tii tiiio
iMRRY GREEN HOW
Trotted Employe at Burgess-Sash is
to Testify Ag-ainst Three
HE IS NOW OUT UNDER BOND
Harry Green, the trnxted employe
cf the Biirgewi-Naah atore, w ho coit-
feaaed to thefts of almont f 1,000
worth of merchandise, has turned
state's wlineag in the prosecution of
three proprietora of pawn shops, who
have been charged in police court
"with receiving property stolen from
Oreen. They are Arthur LnterowlU, 1
Joe Rouen hern and Sam Schwartz,
whose pawn shops are in' the neigh-'
borhood j of Sixteenth and Cass
W hen the three men wer arflm:d in
iocrt and entrred pica of not guilty
City rvtectivea Murphy and Rooney and
lore Itectlv Otto A. Tagel declared
tlicy would aeek to prove that ths three
pawnbrokers had coached Oreen in hie
eyatematlc thefta and had violated the
luw, not only by receiving the-Molen
ood, but also t.jr f.UIIng to keep record
of some of th stuff Clreen brought in.
Oreen haa a wlf and two crrildr.n and
'uvea at tlCft Ohio street. He wa
cial officer and also doorman at the Bur-
cs..Nh store, having ln for a m,ra -
ber ef years with Ionl C. Nash first I
with thu street railway companv and
tl.en In the department store.
When accused of the of?cnse. following
ri month of ih-fta In all departments,
ho broko down and confessed completely.
Much of the stolen property has been
recovered by the detectives, who allege
that tho three accused pawnshop men re
ceived a good deal of It. It la aekt-ited
that the pawnbrokers had arranged to
place a certain signal card in their wtiw
'lows when police offl.-ers were Inalde so
that Green would not Vome In with stolen
goods In their presence. '
All three pawnshop men protest ihelr
Innocence and Immediately furnished ball
In niffli of $300 each. Their hearing were
set for Friday morning. No complaint
lea been filed against Green yet, and
he 1 at liberty under bond, since turning
Mate' witness. ,
When you have a bullous attack your
IWr falla to perform Its function. Tou
become constipated. The food you eat
ferments In your stomach and cause
nausea, vomiting and a terrible head
ache. Take Chamberlain's Teblcta. They
will tone up your liver, clean out your
stomach 'and you will soon be as well a
aver, They only coat a quarter. Obtain
able everywhere. Advertisement. '
NATIONAL GIVEN TIME. TO
. REMEDY ITS CAPITAL STtiCK
Th Plat Insurance board, which be
gan proceedings against . th . National
Fidelity and Ciuualty company, will not
, the ,ult br mnoHty utockhMor, who
sought to Intervene asking for a change
of management, according to
of titrtct judge Rediok. Th ruling
loaves tha case In Its original status, th
company being iiven time in which to
make an effort to remedy an impairment
of Us capital stock.
A very choice and carefully selected complete line of elegant
solid mahogany and oyer stuffed furniture, the products of the lead
ing maker of thta class of high grade furniture, you will now find on
displuy in the rooms which we especially decorated and prepared for
the display of this elegant furniture and the prices you will find to
be so much less, made so. on account of our Inexpensive building and
Seo our com
plete lino of
backs that are
made of fine
A massive Over Stntfed Chair or Rocker, upholstered with beautiful
tapetttry and mounted on oil tempered springs, absolutely guaranteed
to give excellent service; our price .$18.50
See Our COUPLETS LINE of -FRENCH WILTON RUGS
We are the exclusive agents in
Omaha and vicinity for Utility
Gas Ksnges. Tuey r known
wherever gas Is u&ed as the
best jcd most economical of all
tus range. i ney are pricea
87.50 to $-15.00
OUT OP THE HIGH
Dr. George Meredith of Ashland. Neb.,
who wa elected grand chancellor o? the
Knights of rythlas of the stnte a' Mn-
Cfiln turn, rlnva - n It.i MtnMM.ntr.1 Kla
o((j loj fof th,r ,uu
grand lodge. He ha served two terms
aa state senator and was in the house of
representatives during the receni legis
lative session. . ,
Retail Stores to ;
Close Early' from'
JUne 14 to Sept. 1
Retail stores will start their early clos
ing earlier this year, according to recom
mendation made at a meeting of th
board of directors of tho Associated Re
taller. It wait dncided to start the early
closing June It this year, when retailers
will close Week days at C o'clock' and S
o'clock , Saturday nights until Septem
ber 1. . .
It was also derided to close Monday,
May 31, at 1 o'clock. '
J. M. Ulllan was recommended aa man
ager of th Audltorlurn under municipal
Aged and Blind Are
Saved from Bad Fire
Forty Inmate of the House of Hope.
Kme of them aged ard blind, were saved
from fire at 10 a. m. by prompt action of
the attendant, who removed th In
mate wheal a blaso from a defective flue
did 11.000 damiyte to the frame structure.
It I located at 9S6 North Twcnty-eeventh
Avenue and conducted under th direc
ting of Rov. C. W, Pavldge..
The rire wa confined mostly to rooms
oonirpled ' by Miss Evangeline Harding,
Miss Whitfield, Mr. Mary Dawson and
Mrs. HoHlngsworth, the first two being
blind and all but the fourth being. 80
yeara old. Th lower floor I still hab
itable and repair on the second story 'and
roof have already been started. Tho
damage to the building la fully covered
See our com
plete line of
iod . furniture
for the living
room, the din
ing room and
the bed room.
We are' the exclusive agents in
Omaha and vUinlty .tor lilixsard
Refrigerators. They are made of
Lird wood and -Interlined with
mineral wool. We show them ls
all tbe different styles. Tbey are
priced from 57.50 to SIS.SO
CHANCELLOR OF KNIGHTS
PYTJHAS OF STATE.
Has Keon Nose for
All Illicit Plants
A keen olfactory nerve 1 a valuable
met for a man Whoa business It is to
find penplo who are smoking opium or
running Illicit whisky and rum atllla.
Jame J. Prakeford. t'nlted Btatea revenue
oftlcer. now tatloned at Omaha, can
literally "me'.l 'em out" Friend who
have walked along the street with Mr.
Prakeford have sometime- been eton
Ished to ee him stop suddenly, with a
"anlff-snlff enlff." v
"Opium." he mutter a la fiherloek
tiolmes, and then ge stralgiit off on
the trail, sniff wnlffln? until he cornea
upon tho hnp1ei law violator and hi
lethal pine and lays upon his shoulders
the firm, remorseless hand of the law.
Mr. . Drakefori) waa stationed for a
long time In the aou, which is hi native
"In Jaw." he said, using, please not,
th roal routhem pronunciation for
I Bevy of Rousing Bargains Here Wednesday
Yon 're going to want a
Palm Beach Suit, buy a
Spring Suit now and get
your Palm Beach j
extra, for . . v
A Remarkable Sale of Late Sminn
Men's Furnishing Dept
ciunimer Rhlrte Made to Bell
to 2.B0 : percaleg, penaug,
madras. - pongees and French
Batinettea, all new patterns
.1)8 nd COO
On Sate Wednesday
in Oar Domestic Room
Remnant lengths of novelty
printed 27-inch Dress Voile,
lSsC and 15c quality, at,
Windsor Place Crepes, the
30-inch 18c 'quality, novel
printed styles,, yard 12Vji
Batiste and fancy printed
Wash Fabrics,. 15o and 18c
values, yard 10
Bleached Cambric,' mill lengths
of 10 and 12 He quality.. 0
Shrunk finish 16-lnch White
Suiting, worth. 18c, y ard . 12 V t
Casement Cloth -and Etamlne, for
Curtains, 16c grades, yard.' 10J
Shirtings Madras Cloth, neat pat
terns, yard v ....... . ...QH5
Silk. Stripe Voile, 25c gndo, in
colors, yard 15
Some Very Special VaJuea
in Porch and Lawn Furni
ture Offered in Our Kay
Sales. Try Hayden's First
' ' ' ' -and Save. : ' ' "
16 lbs. Best? Pure Cane
k - , . . , .
Make year ews Ira tt par. On
aca or iiour win tnaa irom to
70 iavea of bread. 4.1-lb. eai'lc beat
htah rad Diamond it Hour (tuar
anlee to glv.pertct satisfaction;
2 bars Bat'En-All or Lnamond J
8ua for 8S
4 !. fancy Japan Rica. J 9o quail tr
4 lb, best hand picked Navy Bean
for .-. .6
I lbs. best Mixed Chick Feed, for
young chicks 5e
5 lbs. best Whit or Tllow Corn
Teasi Foain, pJc 3o
K. C Corn Flake. vVg
1 - lb. can Assorted Boupa..,'. ..TH
Th best Domestic Macaroni. Verml-
rslll or Spasheitl. r-kif. . . .' TH
Kor dftaaert try Advo Jll nothl n(
Ilk It: per pk
Tall can Alaska Kaimon ...... ,10
Oil or Muetsrd r!rdine. can....liO
T lbs. Bt Bulk liiinory Utarcb S
I can Pet or Carnation M1IK.'. ..iM
4 -! Kancy Vu, Strlna, Oreen or
Lima Umiii 5
A Spineless Ambition
that begins and ends with a soft bed and a full
stomach will never boost a man to success. Get out
of the nice smooth rut and let people know whatyou
are good for. Hustle bang away at something big.
.v , Head the chances to ffet ahead in The Eee'i "Help Wanted" Column.
-.. . ...... ......
Telephone Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE.-
Everybody Read Es Want Ads
Oeorila, "- used to arrest about 1 a
month for running Illicit stills!
"I tell yen, kunnel," (reporter etreteM
ns np nnd trie to look Important 4 this
mlllUry title), "llllett still ar by no
means thing of the pat.
"But majah," fpromotod alredy, for
brave ar.d dlstlngoletied service), "majsh,
what the co t" (real Pixie talk for
courtt, ''going to do with a man when he
ha nineteen children and nine houn'
dos and live seventeen miles from no
where "Toj ree. the prisoner makes a plea to
tho Jndge setting fo'tb tbe numerical vaet
nesa of his progeny and asking; the co t
what's to become of them. And It Is a
problem, t' o, I can tell you. The co't
will generally say. Thirty days In Jail
and tlW fine and iiicnd th sentence
during good behavior.' . ' v
"I tell you, eiierl." fgee. Caesar and
Napoleon and V. f. Grant have nothing
on tie when It cc-me to military advance
ment), 'If a problem what to do with
these ro' white down south. It' a
Apartments, flats, houses and cottage
ran b rented quickly and cheaply by a
Be "For Rent" Ad..
fan, i k awhai s,hig.g nmmnum.M 1- mm - isf
309 Nohby New Tailored Suits '
missps' and juniors' sizes.
On Sale '
The latest style idens and roost desirable
colors in silks, wool ixpUns, cheviots, sha
dow check suitings and' gabardines. , Kpt
a suit worth less than $15 and up to $25.
On sale in Domestic Room Wednesday.
In the Domestic Room
lien's Summer Work Shirts, reg
ular 60c values, in all sizes and
beat- colors, medium weight; on
sale Wednesday ot!
at ................... OOC
Beautiful Enthroideries: for Graduating
Gowns end ) Sammer Dresses Greatly Underprked
An iinmenee cash purchae enables u to offer Tlnes now
the equal of which were tiercr before shown In Omaha,. Cbooee early.
18-tnch Ot-gandle Floiincinst", SOc valnes, t, yard. ......... .29
42-inch Organdie Flouncing., 1 1 .25 values tJt, yard. . . . . . . .'. . f0
IS to 27-ln. Novelty Eniiwtderi--Tbe very highest grade and
most elegant novelty flouncings offered on the market this season;
exquisite new patterns on Swiss, Mulls, 'Organdies and. Handker
chief cloth, exceptional bargains Wednesday at, yard. . . .. . .
Embroidrrecl Flouaclng 1 E-ln. wide: t. ytrd. . . .25
Voile Flounclng-i-18-ln. to 45-ln. wide; at, yard. ...10 to 39J
tine Swiss aaitl Nalri.iook K3ges,4nd T9sertIngSpecUI at, per
... ,7; 9.- io 120
Vol. lice, yd.. .25 "d 56 Venioa. l4wes,.yd....5.to 230
lH-in. to 27-ln.' We Flouncings at, yard'. : .25?. 550 and 700
Cluny We. .5, 7',i. 100 Orientsil FJouucings . .400. OH0
1, 000 untrimmed Hats 99c
Granulated Sagar, $1 Make
. . ... t " a . a
t nni Karlv June Peiia SSO
S laxe can Solid Packed Tomatoes
fichepp' Shrdued Cocoanut, . tor
t'kaa. lb i .BO
J.re bottles Worcester Sauce. Pur
Tomato Catsup or Plcklee, aesorte.,
- kinds, bottle '
V4-lb. cake Bitkln- Chocolat lv
No. I ran California Peach-. .. lo
MacLaren' Peanut Uutter, lb. 18H
The best Tea Klftlnss. lh lse
CTiolc Baaket Kired tnllfih Break
fast ti'in Powder or fcun lrtd
-Japan -Tea.-lb. r r v. .
Fancy Oolden Panto f?offee; .equal
lo coffee Qld at tOa a pound
our prlc .80e
Try It and you will aoon be con
. el ned. 1
lb 1M) Creamery Batter, cartoa
r anlk, r I. -SO
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery -Bvt-
tr, per lb. ....So
Fancv No' 1 riry Table'Butter, So
Th bst No. 1 Eg--rnothina finer:
per dosen i""a
'FiU Creani Whit. Colored or TOiin
Jinierira Cheeee, lb SO-
to Cost 842,000 in :
Down Town Taxes -'
fk. Ar4iMt nt th supreme emirt
knocking out large Increase In valua
tions of twelve downtown buildings on
the ground of Insufficient notice given
by th equalisation board haa cost the
etty. county, state, school board ' and
water board more than I2.W. according
to a statement prepared by County Treas
urer I' re. Thre years' taxes are In
volved In the suits. '
Following ar the mount which ich
department ef government will loae as a
result of the decision In each of the three
County S3.757.oiv tt ,
Cltv tg. rviunty
Pclioola 8..n;?tat .-.
Water board MS. S3!
Cltv 6,K!?I Connty
Rtmnis S.W9.aoi State !,.
Water board 45.'Jol
-151. . ...
City SS..W.MI Water board 4eJ.0i
choola .li6. . . '
Men's and Younff Ien'a
Granite Palm Beach
Suits, this week. . V
With every purchase of a
Big special , purchase of Silk
Automobile Hats and Caps, to
2.00 values; all' slsea and
colors; . two lota WednegoHy,
lit .... S1.00 and 4G
to sell to $3.00. Another re-
. markable purchase of untrimmed
bat5f consisting of fifty different
shapes, including sailors turbans,
tricones, etcJ,"in Milan hemps and
plain hemps, black and all colors.
Nobby styles to fit any face. .
Your Own BreadIt Pays
ClrA .TWIi-v 'Tl tyUur IK mi
Good Dairy Tatter, lb . .3a
Imported qwlaa or ittxjuerort Cheese,
per lb. eoo -
Vat Up Too Pinapple tUi Week
W have a oarioad of extra fanoy
fruit -noOiln finer for canning-
and th prospect are they will not '
be cheaper. . ' ,
SO bIz. each. lc: per doien.-.ffi.lO
li ib, acj, lSc; per dosen. 81. to
Ptr se. any etr-
TKS T.QZT1S1S MKET Qm
II lb, best Old Potatoea to th peck
for, '. ...170
New Potatoes, lb ..........Bo
S bunrhe fresh Onion .So
4 buncho fresh lihut.arb ......... Bo
4 bunche fresh KaUishe. ...... .So
3 bundles fresh Asparagus 1 00
Vanuy P.lpe Tomatoea, lb. ....IS
New Cahhaa-e, lb J'i
FYeah Spinach, per peek of lb. lOo
FrHl Beets or Carrot,-bunch,, .o
t Green Pepper
L bunrhe fresh Parsley.. i-0,
r Cucumbers, ea. TVs, 104, ISHc
Oreen Smarts, lb ......loo
i head fraali Leaf Lttuce. . . . .6
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