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THE RKR: OMAHA, SATITHTUY. JtlXK 2i. 1015.
MADE EASY ON U.S.
Britiih Memorandum Becites Efforts
to Minimise Inconvenience to
CITES "FAVOES-' TO AMERICA
WASHINGTON. June 25. Great
Britain, la a memorandum trans
mitted to the JJnlted States and made
public litre and in London tonight,
recites at length Us efforts to nilnl
irlte Inconvenience to neutral com
merce resulting from the order-In-ccuucll
against trade with Germany,
Austria and Turkey, and asserts that
American cltliena have no Just
grounds for complaint on account of
the treatment accorded their cargoes.
No attempt ta made to answer the
principles aeserted In the American note
of March 1, protesting against the order-ln-councll
and Insisting upon the right of
.neutrals to carry on legitimate commerce
with each other and to trade In noncon
traband with civilians la belligerent
countries. In transmitting the memo
randum. Ambassador Fage said It was
"merely an explanation of concrete cases
and the regulation under which they are
Another note to Great Britain is now
in course of preparation at the State de
partment and is expected to be dis
patched as soon as the negotiations with
Germany over submarine warfare have
been cleared up. While this communl
tatlon probably will make references to
the latest memorandum. It la understood
that the manner of enforcing the order-In-cocncll
will not be treated as relevant
to the question at Uane whether there is
any warrant In international law for the
powers that Great Britain and Its allies
have assumed to exercise over tho com
merce of the world.
(iiiil-rlnai to t". S.
In Its memorandum the foreign office
emphasizes the "various special conces
sions made In favor of the United btates
cltlsena." In setting forth that all Brit
i.v rtiMm diva Knted In every ct
"with the utmost dispatch consistent I
with the object, namely to prevent ves
sels from carrying goods for, or coming
from, the enemy's territory.
"Arrangements for buying American cot
ton detained and for permitting goods
bought in Germany by Americans refore
the data of the order-ln-councll ar- out
lined and the promise made that con
sideration will be' given to special caaea
of this kind In the future.
"Acoordlng to a summary of ships de
tained there sre now twenty-seven vea
ela which cleared from the United btates
now held in ports of the United King
dom. Of these eight era aald to oe un
loading cotton which great Britain has
atreed to purchase, seven will ba allowad
to depart aa soon aa Iteme of their cargo
placed In a prise court have been dis
charged and the other twelve-three of
them American ehipe-ere the subject of
Investigations not yet completed.
Seek to Avoid Delor. -"Hla
mejeety'e government." the memo
randum concludes, "are earnestly desir
ous of removing all causes of unavoid
able delay In dealing with American
cargoes and vessels which mar de
.lrWI and any spoclflo Inquiries of rep-
tesentatlons which may ba made by the
United States government in regard to
noiteiaa will always receive the most
MMiaMeratlon and all the in
formation which can ba afforded without
matadirM to nrlse court Proceedings will
bo readily given, but they can scarcely
admit that on the basis of actual facts
any aubstanlial grievance on the part of
the American citlsens Is Justified or can
be sustained, and they. therfore, confi
dently appeal to the opinion of the United
States government aa enlightened by this
Fight on Ground of
New Found Evidence
kkw TORK. June ' 16. Counsel for
'hui'les Becker considered today tho ad
vlsnliility of an appeal to the Unted
Rtnt? eupreme court to save Becker
from execution in the week of July II for
the murder of Herman Rosenthal. It waa
reported that either a writ of error or a
hoheas cotpus might be requested on tho
ft round of newly discovered evidence.
Klther writ would automatically stay
A lettr written to Becker's counsel by
a prisoner now in Blng Sing prison, as
serting that he overheard part of a plan
by Jack Rose. Harry Vallon and "Brld
gle" Webber to "frame" Becker, may be
the basis of the proposed appeal.
The letter was signed by Joseph Mir
phv, who wrote that he was In the Tombs
prison when Rose, Webber and Vallon
were detained aa witnesses. Murphy sold
he saw the three men conferring in the
corridors of the prison and overheard one
of them, ha did not know which one, aay.
we haven't a chance In the world unless
we frame Becker up. According to the
papera they seem to think Becker had
something to do with the murder because
Ruseathsl made that squawk and It won't
ba hard to make the people believe It Is
From Our Near Neighbors
Ora Davis of Murray was In Nehawka,
fharlen Chrlswliierr has been In Omaha
T. F. Fulton was a Lincoln business
Fdwln Sohnmiiher and wife motored to
Herbert Opp end wife were Thursday
paieengers for lyincoln.
P. P. Sheldon was railed to Platts
mouth on bualneas Tuesday.
Mra. Pwarti waa a hualneas vlott r In
Veeplng Water, Wednesday.
Mont Shrader of Weeping Water was
In town on buslnrss Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles Adams la visiting with a
sister In Plattamouth this week.
Arnes and fthel Anderson were in Ne
braska City shopping Wednesday.
P. I Plttman and family of Murray
were In town the first of the week.
Fred Stoll and wife are visiting the
latter's parents at Auburn this week.
W. A. Piatt waa surprised and p'.eased
to have a brother vlalt him Thursday.
Dwlght Holmes went to IVutle. Tnurs
day, to spend his vacation with frends.
V. O. Craig of Crete la spending Ms
laat year. The event will take plsie at
Ashland June .SO.
Mrs. King of Fort Madiaon, la., is here
for s three weeka" visit at the home of
her brother Frank I'nrKer.
Mr. and Mra. Chaan Cool xnd Mlaa
Creda Frlahe of Richmond, 111., have
been visiting at the J. W. bVlbrrt home.
A dance will be given Saturday even
ing In the Fort Crook gymnasium.
Charles Kv.-ine left FTlday for FJgln.
Neb., where he expects to work for the
Mra. P. W. Kvana went to Nrhrsaka
City Wednesday to attend the wedding of
her niece, Miaa Kthel Cook.
Bellevue lot to Papilllon Sunday 11-t
Mahlnn Stokes of Philadelphia la spend
ing a month with his brother in Hellenic.
Mra. K. H. Tllman of Seattle, Waah.,
and hr mother. Mrs. Roes, of Omaha,
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Jonea.
rPof. and Mrs. Albert Snare have been
having a vlalt from their two eonr and
their families. Later in the summer Mr.
and Mrs. Snare expect to return the
The nellevuc Uoyat Neighbors are
planning to entertain their iouth Omaha
su nme; v.tlon Ti. V. VorVi. iTom. ltera at an all-day picnic in Washing
summer acation at the Ray Norrls home. ' 8(T,lare nPXt Wednesday. About 300
Joe Eaton of Omaha was a P.indav
visitor with hla alster, Mrs. H. 8. Thomas.
Ilde Johnson of Omaha waa In town
Monday, called by the funeral of a
Dr. Tuck of Weeping Water was called
to Nehawka on professional biirinesa
Miss May Vallery of Eight-Mile Orove
was a visitor at the Cunningham home
the first of the week.
Lester Kunkel of Lincoln, who has
been a guost at the Norrls home, re
turned home Wednesday.
George Hansen went to Kansas Cliy
the first of the week to see a bi other
who is In a hospital there.
J. H. Ooerhy of Murdock was a guest
at the home of hla daughter, Mrs. John
Kaugh, the first of the week.
Joseph West snd family of Belvedere
left for home Monday via auto after a
few days' visit with his brother, V. C.
Miss Gladys West ia entertaining a
house party of school friends from
Omaha. Plattsmouth, Nebraska Cltv and
Fremont this week
Sunday1 Bt0" v19lte(, ln Way over
Mr. and Mrs. Waaley of De. Moines
are here visiting E. U Pflug.
i Rev: J a. "rlnneU of inltiols Is visit
ing his brother, H I. Urlnnell.
M3s Ruth Begley entertained her
young friends at her home Tuesday evening.
Mr. Snd Mra Rf.nlnmlr. ..
Waterloo were here to attend the funeral
or John Zimmerman.
Ij. A. Batoa nttnnAaA - I - .1
Nebraska Aiml,niani.i 1. . -
. . , T . , ...(11 VVIllIlllllC tt V
Omaha Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Branson of
Str wero ie a-uesta of Mr. and Mrs.
. . j.'vw i nursua .
Mra Clara Hauser of Milwsukee came
here Monday to attend the funeral of
her brother. eGorge Pflug.
Will Fish of Shoubert and Mr. and
Mrs. Webb Fish of Belden were here
this week attending, the funeral of Guy
The body of John Ttmnwmm w 1. a
died June 10. arrived here last Monday
win ana was interred In the
bprlngftcld cemetery on Wednesday.
The John Schaal automobile party,
wnloh left here June 11, was reported In
Thermopolls, Wyo., last Saturday. The
distance traveled wag a miles.
Guy Fish died Monday evening at the
Mehodlst honpltal In Omaha, where he
waa taken a week ago. The body was
brought hero and funeral services were
held in the Congregational church on
guest are expected.
Tavlta F.ulallo Dagdag returned to
Bellevue Wednesday after a ten daya"
trip to the Young Men's Christian aeao
rlation convention at Bates Park.
Invitations have been received hi
Bellevue friends for the wedding of Miss
Hertha Mllner, a former Bellevtie girl,
to Mr. Bates at Springfield, Neb., next
Wednesday, June t.
Miss Msrle Dugsr. of Jackson Is visit
ing g friends esst of town.
Ih H V. Brendel and wife of Murray
were visiting relatives here Wednesday.
The Woman's club held their annual
picnic ln Tefft's park Wednesday even
ing. The Ladies' Aid society of the Congres
sional church met with Mrs. Chris Nuti
man Thursday. .
William Fahnestock haa returned from
Mlddietown, O., where he has been for
the last few months.
Mrs. Louis )helt'.n snd children are
here from Lincoln visiting her aister,
Mra. George Shackley.
Mrs. Louis Weber and children of near
Cook were visiting at the home of Wil
liam Thlele Wednesday.
The Misses Cavanaugh of Nebraska
City are visiting at the N. M. Stranb
Ing friends east of town.
Jens P. Rasmussen and Mrs. Anna
Hsrshman were united in marriage at
Nebraska City on Wednesday. They will
reside on a farm near this city.
Oliver C. Lloyd snd Miss Pesrl Knlea,
both well known people living near Mur
ray, were united In marriage at Nebraska
City Wednesday. They will make their
home near Murray.
State Will Dig Deep 1
Into Life History of
Harry and Evelyn
NEW YORK. June K. Interest In the
proceedings to acertaln whether Harry
K. Thaw Is now sane or Insane, waa di
vided today between the taking of el
dence In court here today and the appli
cation by counsel for the state for the ap
pointment of a commission to learn from
Dr. Charlea W. Eliot, president emeritus
of Harvard, why Thaw left that Institu
tion In W2 without completing his course.
Deputy Attorney General Frank K. Cook,
who yesterday asked Justice llendrick to
appoint the commission, expected his sp
piicetlon would he granted today.
Today wss the ninth anniversary of the
murder of Stanford White on the roof of
Madison Square Garden, for which Thaw
was acquitted, after one of the most
elaborate Insanity defense ever pre
sented. From that day to the present he
hss adopted almost every means known
In laa to obtain freedom.
Deputy Attorney General Cook. In out
lining the state's case Jo newspaper men
today said In addition to tracing of the
life of Thaw the state would also bring
to light the life history of Evelyn Nesblt.
Before the calling of witnesses the
state's attorney read to the jur from
the record of one of the previous pro
ceedings the rross-exsmlnatlon of Dr.
William White, whose direct examination
In favor of Thaw was put In evidence
Dr. Noel E. Guille't of Manchester. N.
H.; Walter M. Ijing, a real estate agent
of that city; Mrs. Lange. Eugene P.
Nyte, Thaw's federsl custodian In New
Hampshire, and Major Robert P. John
son, who sstd he met Thaw at various
social occasions, testified s to their en
tire belief In Thaw's ssnity.
Announcement wss made liy Mr. Cook
iuat before receaa that the state proposed
to stage m the court room the moving plc-
turee for which Thaw posed In Canada
and New Hampshire.
Mra George Uric entertained at cards
Mra. Henry Denker entertained for her
Mrs. J. N. Wyatt and little daughter
were Omaha visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mra Joseph MeArdle are the
parents of a baby girl, bom Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. George Cunningham of
Bennington, visited at the Witto home.
The body of Frank Gerlnger, who was
drowned In the Elkhorn river, has not
Mrs. Chris Rhoades was taken to St.
Bernards hoopltal at Council Bluffs.
Tuesday, for treatment..,
Miss Ella Hansen and brother, Elmer,
went to Osceola Wednesday to visit over
the Fourth with their brother, William.
Mrs. Zwelvel of Papilllon. visited her
daughter Thursday. She went to Kcotia
Friday to visit her grandchildren, Elsie
and Phillip Beefus.
Tho body of the late E. E. Prstt of
Chicago, arrived here Friday morning,
accompanied by his wife, who is a daugh
ter of tho late A. M. Allan, who formerly
lived here. Mr. Pratt had been 111 for a
year. Burial took plana at Prospect Hill
Mrs. C. F. Rathbun haa started the
erection of a neat four-room cottage on
Mr. snd Mrs. W. F. Dlers returned
home after a two weeks' vlalt with rela
tives snd friends at St. Olaf, Ia.
Paul Fit ige raid has started the erection
of a modern home on North Hill, it Is
to be built of Louisville sandstone.
Editor I J. Maytleld and wife left
the fore part of this week for an ex
tended visit with relatives at Stanton.
The Platte river has been extremely
high this week, having left its banks
Tuesday and covering the bottom lands.
The local volunteer fire department has
received a large siren whistle which will
bt Installed on the top of the city hall.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gardner and fam
ily returned to their home In Mullen,
Neb., after a two weeks' visit with rela
Farmers state that the harvest Will
soon begin : some fields have begun tn
ripen and will soon have to be cut. Soma
parts or me country have had consid
erable trouble with the Hessian fly,
which did considerable damage to the
Meeting in Boston
BOSTON. June . The future of Pal
estine, with particular reference to the
effect of the war upon the movement for
restoring the land to Jewish control will
be discussed at meetings of ten national
Zionist organizations, here, extending
over a week. Headquarters for the regis
tration of delegates were opened today
and the program will start with religious
services and a reoentlon tonight.
The principal convention la that of the
Federation of American Zlonlata. ranre
sentlng all the American Zionist orgsnl-
In the call for th aconventtnn II.a
chairmen of the executive committee of
the federation said:
"Zionism In Eurooe haa been aerlouslv
affected by the war ln Europe. Our com
radea are unable to bear their portion of
the burden of Zionist work. We must as
sume the extraordinary reannnaihinti.s
thrust upon us. To meet the new prob
lems unusual ssertflres will be demanded
Among those exnected tn sHiIm.. th.
varloua meetings are Dr. Stephen 8. Wise
ot jvew 10m, Louis D. Brandeia of Boa
ton and Nathan Straus of Nejr York. -.
Must Settle with the
State First of Month
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., June 36, (Bpeclal
Telegram.) The supreme court lata yea
torday afternoon handed down a decision
In the case of the state treasurer against
the treasurer of Douglas county demand
ing monthly settlements. Tho court holds
that remittance of stats taxes conected
must be made promptly at tho first of
The record ahowa that there ia now due
the state fl0,(Z3 on collections mada
since Maroh 1. Treasurer Ure may ba
liable for Interest at the rate of M per
cent e year on the delinquent payments.
The amount of tho penalty la roughly es
timated at tXMO.
The ease la regarded ae a teat one and
will afect treasurer of several other
Mr. Ure aald he could hardly baliora
the court had handed down such a de
cision, as ha understood that the brief
of the attorney general waa submitted
only Thursday. Ha ssld, however, that
he would . abide by the decision of the
H. J. Philips returned ThurasUv fm -
visit at Elwood, Neb.
Mrs. Edward Murnhv -istfjt Rima.. .
the home of her parents in College View.
K. Ratnour snd Thome. Xfiir.,
Kansas City passengers Tuesday morning.
The Weening Water rh.nf ,. i.
scheduled to begin July 25. It will last
William Coatman and daughter- re.
turned Wednesday from several days'
visit in Colorado.
- Hans Johnson haa been elected mem
ber of the school board to fill the va
cancy caused bv the reatmatlnn ir f
Mrs. J. H. Hamesberger haa returned
to her home at Lincoln after a week's
visit wltn her daughter, Mra. Ralph
Carda are out announcing the comtnu
marriage of Miaa Ina Hendricks, who was
a high school instructor here during the
Papilllon ia preparing to celebrate the
Fourth of July on Saturday.
Miss Katherlne Dowd of Columbus. O.,
Is spending the week .with Mrs. Louis
Judgo James T. Begley Is holding court
In Omaha for Judge Estelle, who Is on
Wlllard Thompson left Wednesday for
Louisiana and Missouri for a visit with
County Attorney E. 8. Nlckerson snd
son, Ralph, have gone to Meadville, Pa.,
for a visit with relatives.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church was entertained Thurs
day aiiernoon ny mra. j. a. f lagan at
her home in south Papilllon.
Fr. M. Gabriel of Omaha visited with
hl tint- Ur. T D UMun T
Miss Helen Howell' of Omaha waa the
guest or Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Howell
Mendames William Eaton, Thomas
Dooley. M. P. Brown and A. W. Crltch-
field gave a miscellaneous shower Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Critch-
neia tor miss r.-tnei Jmpey. who Is soon
to do married to u. p. Miller.
Miss Minnie Deln Is on the sick list
Mrs. Vestal and daughter, . ltrls
Omaha visitors Thursday.
ir. and Mrs. win liarkman were
omana vlsltora Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Hasard visited at
me jacousen nome wunday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. David
uranL Mother and child are doing nicely.
The J-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Howard Ouster la seriously 111 with
Mr. and Mrs. John Blelck and family
were entertained at the Harry Knutson
nome in aenmm funflay.
A "For Bale" aa will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
The greatest variety of unequalled
suit values to be found in Omaha
Notwithstanding our big selling of
SUITS" THE LAST WFEK
This store will demonstrate and prove
conclusively that no matter where
you go or where you look ou cannot
find the equal of these masterful and
world's foremost garmen s from
"The House of Kuppenheimer"
There are grand opportunltioa In this remarkable showing of su
perior clothing that rou should surely take advantage of. A world
of fine handsome sty lea and qualities; AT A GREAT SAVING.
8nlti that sold Salt that sold
p te 9UM gp to WM
$4 cr00 $1750
Suit that (told
p to 3S.r0
EarT type of man will find Just the suit to satisfy
taste. Every favorite fashion and fabric Skeleton,
300 CHOICE SUITS AT $8.75
Broken liuee from oor great assortment selling np to $15.00. It'a
the nxi remarkable display of $10, $12 and $15 values you ever
saw for t58.75. Chevlote. Worsteds. Tweeds, Checks, Plaids,
Stripes, Grays and Nary nine, all ete?a.
YOUR CHOICE $8.75
Men's and Young Men's Palm Beach and Tropical Suits
Theee warm weather suits will be worn by men who regard their
appearance and comfort
MOHAIRS SUMATKX CRASH SHUNTING SILK.
PANAMAS POPLINS PALM BEACH ETC.. ETC.
Modestly priced from $4.75 to $18.00
English, BeNed Bck. Norfolk and Semi-Form Fitting and
Pull Back Models.
latrrefltinr Farnlsfclmr Items
in Wuk flatta
Russian and Blouse Styles, made
with bloomer pants, that sold up
to $3.00, all offered at one price
Saturday, CO- $ to I years.
Beys4 Kilrkerteflker Farts, tie
Wool and 'Wash Pants, that sold
to 75c, on sale Saturday, 25t.
Baeaball Outfit FREE with any
Suit $6.00 or
Smart Straw Headwear
You will want to wear a straw
hat the Fourth, and we think
you will be Impressed If you
will look orttr our superb as
sortment. Sennit Braids, 1340 to ISjM
Bpltt Straws, 13-01) to
Paaaawa, I8.M to flOJM
IlMnaa, ULM to SdJM
Baairkoks, IUM to $4X0
811k Bats aad Caps, It, $U0, 12.
indlridua, II I ! ' MM
4 or full 13 1 V Hill I II
e. ill :
THI HOUII OF KUPPCNHCIMKN
Traveling Rnrs and Suit Cases,
SI 25 to $35 00
$2.00 soft cuff, shirt styles. . .11.45
$1.60 soft cuff, shirt styles...! .
$1 soft and stiff cuff shirt styles,
Keck-wear Sale All fancy silk 4-in-hands
In the store at one price
35. for 81 OO
IaterwoTen silk Hose, 35 Double
toe and sole and high spliced heel,
black, white, champagno, blue, tan,
$100 Knitted Union Suits 11.45
$1.60 Nainsook and other athletic
76c Nainsook and other athletic
Get into business via the "Business Chances
. , : ;
Clip this Coupon
Bring it to 50th and Military Avenue
Today, or Early Tomorrow
This Coupon represents $10.00, and will be accepted aa
such by the undersigned, when applied as part of first pay
ment on any lot in WEAKXK PARK a subdivision of Douglas
county, Neb., which la unsold at the time this Is presented;
provided, however, that this Coupon is presented for redemp
tion between the hours of 1:10 P. M. Saturday, June 1 6th, and
5 P. M. Sunday, June 27th, at 60th and Military avenue.
E. P. WRIGHT.
NOTE Only one Coupon will be accepted aa part of pur
chase price on any one lot purchased under above conditions.
Jist fibit 7 oreiayfc-TliBD
Final flurries-Last Gasps of the
"Uotice to Uaoate Sale" of Drugs
It's nearing "Good Bye" time at this corner. Sure! Certain! Swift! Buy
that exquisite Myers-Dillon Soda Fountain cheap, if you wish, or the drug fix
tures, candy manufacturing tools, signs, desks, etc. We reserve nothing. There
will be no more Myers-Dillon Drug company at 16th and Farnam by July 2d.
Better buy drugs, sundries, accessories, etc., NOW, at a fraction of their actual
worth, than to say: "Why didn't I?" in about a week. A few of the addi
tional undcrpriced lines are announced below we are too busy to give a more
Leather Seeds, 2,000 Items at )i Regular Price
Whew! We had forgotten all about Leather Goods during the early part of this sale, and here, at
the last moment, we find ourselves possessed of about 2,000 distinct items. So, the same process of erad
ication is in order ANY of those 2.0CO items are yours at ONE-FOURTH the regular price. That ought
to clean 'em out in about twenty-four hours, had it not? The 2,000 pieces include Ladies' Hand Bags,
Ladies' Pocketbooks, Gentlemen's Card Cases, Passbooks, Change Purses, Bill Books, Pullman Suppers,
Drinking Flasks, Writing Pads, Traveling Cases, Music Rolls, Cigar Cases, Coat Hangers, and goodness
knows what else.
ore Cuts in the Regular Stock of "Druggist" Goods
GOOD TAIXTM POWDER
700 bottles of good 25c grade
TALCUM POWDER of all
kinds, worth up to 25c, 900
cans to go at 5
PAPER DKIXKINQ CUPS, 600
packages, 8 to package, worth
5c package, at 3
BATHASWEET, the 26d sle,
now at 17
EXTRACT OF BEEF, 25c Jars
of Marshall's, at 0
AUTO GCKK1I.ES, 100 of the
26c kind at, each 0?
$1 WIXK OF CARDCI. . . 53
HAIR GROWER, 7 Staters, 60c
else at 28
$1.00 else of above at. . 58d
WVETH MALT The 33c size,
FEATHER DUSTERS Worth
up to $1. Slightly damaged by
moths. Choice of lot of 100,
at, each 9
MATCHES 12 boxes
ftOc NOX-SPI at 30
13c SOLID ALCOHOL. ..
TRIPLICATE MIRRORS, 100
of them at, each 38C
23c SLOAN'S Ll.NlMENT.14e
23c GRAVES' TOOTH POW
DER, now at 14?
23c LVON'S TOOTH POWDER
now at 14
PALM OLIVE SOAP, 10c value
t , OHt
MEN.NEN'S SHAVING CREAM,
25c size at 17c4
GRAPE JUICE, the fameu
"NABOTH" Brand, the C-oi.
le, at 10
1-plnt Klze at 18
1 -quart size at 34 1
WIIISKKV V4-pint of bonded
Whiskey. For medicinal use,
WINES Duroy or Irondequoit
Port or Sherry, in quarts, at,
BATHING t'A 18 Worth 35c
to $1.25, now at 10
HATH SOAP 1,000 cakes of
10c kinds, each
MYERS HATH SOAP, 10e
kind, at each G
STEEL SAFETY BOXES, 60e
kind at 23
MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER
Splits, 40 cases, 100 to case,
at, rune S4.00
BANNER MATCHES 6c kind.
3 for IOC 6 for 19
All of Our Dainty "Parisian Ivory" Goods at HALF PRICE
. "Parisian Ivory!" Beautiful goods! You've seen it, admired it, own some of it now, most likely,
but you've NEVER owned it at HALF PRICE, and that's what we're asking for our ENTIRE stock of J! '
"Parisian Ivory." The showing includes hundreds upon hundreds of Hair Brushes, Combs, Soap Box
Trays, Mirrors, Nail Files, Cuticle Knives, Button Hooks, Cloth Brushes, Powder Boxes, Rouge Boxes,
Hair Receivers, etc. Better buy a complete layout of "Parisian Ivory" for your dresser at JUST
MYErcS-DBLL.! DOT P&IW
About 7 More Days at 16th and Farnam Stroots. Phone Douglas 1G0
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