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Tim miE: OMAILA, THURSDAY, NOVUM HER 11, 1915.
MUST G0T0 WORK
City Commissioners Decide to at
Once Make Plans for Employment
of Yaps and the Like.
"WILL FIX UP OLD COUUTT JAIL
At an executive conference the city
commissioners decided to proceed
without delay to work out a plan ot
compulsory employment for city pris
It is proponed to equip the old
county jail at Eleventh and Dodge
streets with cots and kitchen facill
ties and to erect a portable frame
structure where the prisoners may
cat their noonday meal! near the
Arrangements will b made with the
police Judge for the commitment of cer-
tain prisoner to work, Instead or me
preaent custom of aendlng them to the
A superintendent wilt be appointed for
thla new department. The work to be
done by the prisoners embraces such
"chorea" aa filling up the low placea of
the city. In the southeast corner of the
city a ravine nearly fifty feet deep re
Mote Puts Steelier
Scissors on Bronc
and Tames Critter
When Barney Bolt o' Thunder was
brought out In the South Side stock, yards
and presented as an animal upon whoae
back man had never aat and never could
alt. Mote Mortimer of the Mortimer ranch,
eight miles from Olenrock, Wyo., promptly
came forward Into the arena and re
marked: "Reckon I can ride the critter."
Mote went right ahead in face of warn
ings and solicitous Inquiries as to whether
his life was Insured and his prospective
widow and orphans provided for. Only
one man. Jim Smith ot Douglas, Wyo.,
was willing to put money on Mote aa
against Barney Bolt o' Thunder who had
lightning In his eyes, fire In his nostrils
and brimstone In his hoofs.
Mote mounted the critter after some
difficulty and then the spectators saw
what looked like a moving picture screen
when the picture Is flickering badly.
Barney Holt o' Thunder stood first on
his hind legs, then on his head, then
came down repeatedly and simultaneously
on all four hoofs. Through all of which
Mote grinned broadly and clung like a
cockle burr In a horse's tall.
At the end fifteen minutes Barney Bolt
o' Thunder was winded and subdued,
gentle as a cooing dove.
"Reckon I put the Steeher scissors hold
on that critter," said Mot as he dis
Mr. and Mrs. Hause
Also Go to Wichita
to Identify Hauser
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hause and Chief
c f Detectives Maloney have gone to Wich
ita to Identify, If possible, Arthur Hauaer,
who Is In custody there, charged with
numerous crimes. At Kansas City the
Omaha party will be met by a woman
guest of the Hauses at the time they
were held ul by a robber supposed to
be the captured man. If Miss Bister
identifies Hauser aa ths man who shot
and killed W. H. Smith of the Wood
men of the World, there Is little doubt
but what the prisoner will be returned
to Omaba for trial on the most serious
offense of his canter.
FLYNN TALKS HIMSELF
INTO A JAIL SENTENCE
George Flynn. aged 89 years, charged
with having been Intoxicated, appeared
before Judge Foster.
"Where are you from, OeorgeT" asked
"I'm from Paris, Kentucky. was
never arrested before In my life, n this
town. for being drunk," answered Flynn.
"George" countered the magistrate.
"You talk like a hyphenated American,
but I am going to let you go this time
(hyphen) after you hav served fifteen
"Thank you Judge," quoth Flynn, your
a I But the hyphen and the slamming ol
the bullpen door behind the prisoner cut
short the Intermittent repartee.
MILLENER MUST EXPLAIN
HOW HE SPENDS COIN NOW
Rven Dr. Mlllener, superintendent of tin
Union Puclflo headquarters building Is
beginning to feel the effects of the
authority exercised by the Interstate
Commerce commission. Heretofore the
doctor could authorise the expenditure
' of any sum for Improvements and better.
mcnts around the building up to 10. Now
by reason ot an order Just Issued he
must get authority for the expenditure on
any sum over tl and In making up his
accounts he must specify how the money
Oar J!nr offer Thla aad Be
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip.
enclose with 6c and mall l to Foley
Co.. Chicago, in.; writing your nam
and address clearly. You will receive
In return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for
cousha. colda and croup; Foley Kidney
Fills, fur pain In side and back, rheu
matiam, backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets.
ahoteaome and thoroughly cleansing ca
lhartto, for constipation, biliousness.
headache and sluggish bowel, gold
IS RELEASED BY FOSTER
James Boyle of Denver, aged 41 years.
and a confederate veteran of the Flfty
iend loulslana Tigers, was brought
tefire Judge Foster, charged with bav
in t been intoxicated. Ha pleaded to be
discharged on account of bis age. and
after telling the court bow he loet his
I ft arm at Vlckaburg, the magistrate
I U charged him "with honor. Boyle has
a pension, and waa on his way south for
the winter. He had been prospecting, he
asserted, r.car Denver.
Dual Let Yeer 4 aid Get Worse.
Hells I'ine-Ter-lloney will cur yolir
coujih and give you restful sleep. Good
for children. Only 2. All druggists.
JITNEY PILOT IS FINED
FOR DRIVING PAST CAR
OswaM Iewla. a. Jitney driver charged
with driving past a street car taking on
passengers, was fined $." and coats In
police court. Harl Brown and Q. Silver
were given suspended sentences for
BODY OF J0HN DALE
Three Methodist Ministers Eulogize
Veteran Church Man During
the Funeral Serrices.
BURIAL AT KANKAKEE, ILL.
Several thousand people viewed
the body of John Dale, veteran In
su ranee man and churchman, while
It lay In state at the Hanscom Tark
Methodist church from 1J to 2:30
'clock, before the funeral service
Six officials of that church, which
e and Mrs. Dale rounded, and two
'flclals of Jennings Memorial Melo
dist church, of which Mr. Pale was
the preacher, stood as a guard ot
honor about the body while it lay in
state. People of many churches and
11 walks of life filed past the bier
to view the body of the well known
man and pay their respects to his
Five Methodist ministers took part In
the funeral service, three of them making
uloglstlo addresses. Rev. C. N. Dawson
of Diets church, of which Mr. Dale was a
founder and trustee, spoke on "Brother
Dale's Relation to Methodism."
Three Mtalsters Speak.
"His Relation to His raator" was the
theme of Rev. C. W. McCaaklll ot Uni
versity riace, who until recently was
postor of Mr. .Dale's church, the Hans-'
com Park Methodist. "John Dale, the
Man," was the subject of the eulogy by
Rev. Titus Lowe, pastor of the First
Rey. U. a. Brown, Methodist district
superintendent, made the opening prayer
nd read a scriptural passage. Rev. E. D.
Hull, new pastor of the Hanscom Park
church, was In charge of the services
nd made the closing prayer.
Ths five sons of Mr. Dale-John F
Arthur B Walter H., Louis R. and Fred
B. Dale and his grandson by marriage.
W. Rlghter Wood, acted as pallbearers.
The body will be taken to Kankakee.
III., by Mrs. Dale and the five sons, and
will be buried there Thursday. The Dale
family lived at Kankakee prior to lfc.
when they came to Omaha.
Mr. Dale had been an agent of the
Aetna Life Insurance company for fifty
years, and was active In Its employ up
to th time of his death Monday. In
recognition of his long and efficient serv
ice th company sent two of Its mid-west
representatives to attend the funeral.
They were George N. Faroesworth of
Des Moines and N. L. Talmer of Lincoln.
Representatives of th Nebraska Life Un
derwriters also attended.
The short ballot elimination r dclav
In law suits, reduction of the number of
departments of government, centraliza
tion of power In th governor, Abolition
of sweatshops, and other reforms con
tained In the proposed new constitution
or New Tork, rejected at the election last
week, were alt heartily endorsed by the
current topics department of the
Woman's club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
M. I. Crelgh la leader of the section
Nurse Cavell. who save her nr -
slating British war prisoners to escape.
received no sympathy from th Woman's
club members. "Germany was right In
putting her to death. England had not
asked her to be a spy." Mrs. Crelgh
The department meeting was preceded
by th Bible study, which was Introduced
since the "Billy Sunday campaign and
the parliamentary drill.
Central Park Center
Has Varied Program
Central Park social center en loved
varied program last night at Central
Park school. Forty-second and Grant
Mlsa Violet Hughes gave a Diana solo.
Mrs. John McTaggart sang two solos,
and Mr. McAdama read a paper on "The
MILITIAMEN LISTEN TO
ADDRESS ON BANDAGING
Omaha's state militiamen acquired
much practical knowledge when Dr. O.
W. Pugsley, lieutenant In the medical
corps ot the Nebraska National Guard,
gave them an elaborate discourse on
'Bandaging" at their last weekly drill.
Dr. pugaley explained th us ot the
various styles of bandages; how to ad
Just them properly; how to stop hem
orrhages, and the manner of making
splints for broken bones. He also told
the young soldiers not to seal up wounds
with adhesive, but rather to keep them
wet and open, to permit drainage.
About sixty men and officers of the
Omaha battalion were present Refresh
ments of coffee and sandwiches were
served by Company A, In command of
Ouch! Lame Back
Rub Lumbago or
Rub pain right out with small
trial bottle of old
"St. Jacobs Oil."
Kidneys cause Backache? Not They
have no nerves, therefore can not cauae
pain. Listen! Your backache la caused
by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and the
quickest relief Is soothing, penetrating
"bt Jacobs Oil" Rub It right on your
painful back, and Instantly the eo rent-as,
stiffness and lameness disappears. Don't
stay crippled! (Jet a small trial bottle
of "St. Jacobs Oil" from your druggist
and limber up. A moment after It Is ap
plied you'll wonder what became of the
backache or lumbago pain.
Hub old, honeat, "UC Jacobs Oil" when
ever you bave sciatica, neuralgia, rheu
matism or sprains, aa it la abouiuwiy
harmless and doesn't burn the skin. Advertisement.
SENDS MONEY TO
JOIN THEY. H. C. A.
Man at Fairfax, S. D., Heads Notice
in The Bee of Campaign and
Wants to Get In.
FOUB DAYS' SPRINT IS HOW ON
Way np In Fairfax, 8. D., The Bee
has readers who aro Interested In
Omaha's activities and institutions.
One of those readers, a prominent
business man of Fairfax, read an
Item In The Bee last Friday about
the Omaha Young Men's Christian
Association's whirlwind campaign for
As a result General Secretary E. F.
Denlson of the association received a
draft for HO, the clipping from The Bee
telling about the campaign and the Fair
fax man's request for membership In
the Omaha aasoclatlon. It was Immedl-I
ately Issued by Membership Secretary
Ralph Teoman and the Fairfax man had
the distinction of becoming the first new
member since the membership contest
A lot of other new members were en
rolled during the morning. Secretary Teo
man aald, and he believes the prospects
are good for securing the desired 600 men
to Join during the present four-day cam
paign. J. Truttt Maxwell's team, one of twelve
contesting, had the highest score at boon
and was the first team to bring In a new
The campaign opened with a dinner for
the 144 workers and the association secre
taries at the aasoclatlon building Tuesday
in French Schools
. Are Serious Now
(Correspondence or the Associated Press.)
PARIS, Nov. 1. The student life or
France goes on uninterruptedly, though
somewhat modified by war. The mobili
sation drew more upon professors than
pupils last year. The year's reopening
of the schools shows heavier drafts have
been made upon the students of colleges
and universities. In the prlmsry schools
and lyceums the attendance, though loss
than the average, exceeds that of last
yesr; the Increase Is made up largely or
refugees that did not attend achool last
At the Louls-le-Qrand lyceum, the old
est In Paris, there are 900 students as
against 800 last yesr and 1,100 average.
More than 1! of Inst year's pupils at
this lyceum are In the army. Only 25
per cent of the usual number of stu
dents are registered at the Fine Arts
school and other jecttons or the univer
sity have suffered equally: the medical
school even more, most of the professors
being In the sanitary service.
In the art schools the tendency to
modernism has not been shaken, but It
hss been cleared of freaks and extrava
gancies. The artist student is taught to
take nature and improve upon what or
dinary mortals see of It but In such ra
tional form that anyone can readily dis
tinguish forms and features.
The subjects are serious. The material
la largely marine, very little of battle
rielda or other war scenes, excepting In
the work of students who have been or
still are at the front
In all schools, primary and advanced,
there la an Increased Interest In history,
geography and political economy.
Us Th Bee's "Swapper" Column.
HONOR PAID MEMORY
OF OR. S. K. SPALDING
Honor wag paid last night to the mem
ory of Dr. 8. K. Spalding, civil war vet
eran and former Omaha city physician,
who died In Washington several weeks
J CURE DRINK TEA!
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks call
It, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the
tea. put a cup of boiling water upon It.
pour through a sieve and drink a teacu'p
full at any time. It la the most effective
way to break a cold and cure grip, as It
opens the pores, relieving congestion.
Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking a
cold at once.
It la Inexpensive and entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless. Advertisement
Got Rid of Scrofula
How? Take S. S. S.
Fifty Year' Uie Proves S. S.S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases
Tou have noticed the little fester
ins pimples on the face and body
welling of the glands soreness In
the legs and arm muscles. These are
the symptoms ot Scrofula. Tou may
bave some of these symptoms, possi
bly the taint of Scrofula Infection.
But In either case. It la a dangeroua
condition. Your blood Is Infected,
Impure, and you can never hope to
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may he
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really succcessful.
RAIN IS GENERAL ALL
OVER STATE YESTERDAY
According to the reports to the rs
roads rain Wednesday was general
over central and eastern Nebraska. West
of ths central portion the weather was
clear and warm, though up In the Black
Hills and Wyoming temperatures were
down to 30 degrees above sero.
HOTEL MAN THINKS
HE HASBEEN SHOT
Bat it Turns Out to Be Only a
Fiece of Torpedo Placed on
SMALL BOYS DO THE TRICK
William Jensen of the Midland hotel
rushed Into police headquarters Tuesday i
night and reported that a shooting af- j
fray had Just occurred near Seventeenth !
"nu "eosier aireeis ana tnai one or
hot ha Passed through the pocket
of hia coat Jensen thought a man and
woman were the revolver duelists. Offi
cers were hurriedly dispatched to th j
scene, only to find that a couple of smalt j
boys had placed on the street car track
a couple of torpedoes which exploded
when an electric conveyance paased and !
one ot the flying fragments had struck j
. . , ' I
NO MORE SHIVERING IN
STREET CARS; HEAT IS ON
Let old Boreas do ha worst, street car
patrons will mind It not For, following
the usual custom, the street railway
company ordered all street car a be pro
vided with heat, starting yesterday and
continuing throughout the winter.
Herman Loss Payments.
BfJRLTN, Nov. tCBy Wireless to
Tuckerlon, N. J.) Payments In cish on
the third German war nn up to Novem
ber S hsd reached th sum of 9,41,7fO,OT0
marks S2.aRl,92l,fin) or 77.8 per cert of
the total subscription, the Overseas News
agency announced today.
A Simple Ilome Treatment That Has
Brought J07 to Thousands Is
the Famous Pyramid
How badly do you want relief? Do
rou want It enough to go to the small
rouble of matllntr the below coupon
for a free trial of ths Pyramid Plla
Tke Pyramid Smile fresa a Slaf!)
Thousands hav reported to us their
frees Joy at having been led to try
hla great treatment and at the re
markable results It produced In their
cases. Be fair to yourself. Give
yourself th rfcaae to get well. Mall
the coupon now or go to any drug
store and purchase ti 60o box of Pyra
mid Pile Treatment
FREE SAMPLE COUPON
FYRAMTD DRTJO COMPANY.
6B1 Pyramid fildg., Marshall. Mloh.
Kindly send me a Free sample of
Pyramid PUeTreataseat, In plain wrapper.
Thoniands of men and women suffer from
headaubee every day, other thousands have
headaches every week or every month, and still
others have neadarbea occasionally, but not al
regular Intervals. The beat Doctor is often unable
to ifnd tbe cause ol many ot these beadaobes.
and In moat oiner cases, knowing tbe cause, be
dues Dot know what will remove It, so as to give
a permanent care. All be ran do Is to prescribe
tbe usual pate relievers, whlcb give temporary
rellel, but the headache returns aa usual, and
treatment la sgain necessary. II you sutler from
headacbes. no matter what their nature, take
AnU-kamnla Tablets, and tbe results will be satis
factor? In tbe hfirhcnt degree. You can obtain
them at all druggists In any quantity, loo worUi,
16o worth or more. Ask lor A-K Tablets.
Rick-headache, the most miserable ol an sick
nesses, loses Its terrors wben A-K Tablets are
taken. Wben you leel an attack coming on,
take two tablets, and In many eases, tbe attack
will be warded o8. During an attack take one
a-K Tablet every two hours. The rest and com
fort which follow, can be obtained In no otbef
CenaSM A-K TmhUU tear te M. sisi
At all sfreg lata.
gain perfect health until the Impur
ities ar washed from the system. If
you feel badly ail the time, yon must
crave health. If you want to feel
renewed spirits, the glow of perfect
health, bright eyes, clear akin, the
knowledge that you are well, you can
do so. Cleanse your blood by tak
ing 8. 8. S. For fifty years it hag
been the standard blood purifier. It
relieves the trouble by renourlshlng
tbe blood, renewing Its strength, and
stimulating the flow so that the
blood regains Its lost vitality, and
throws off the poison. Even long
standing cases respond. But you
must use 8. 8. 8. Take It tor all blood
infections. Get, it at your druggist's
If you need special advice, write
the 8. 8. 8. Co., Atlanta. Oa.
Will Equip New York
Police for Warfare
NEfW YORK. Nov. 10. As part of a
plan to equip policemen for warfare, all
members of the New Tork police force
were notified today that they will be
offered Instructions In the handling of
rifles. The plan was formed by Police
Commissioner Woods, who announced
that the federal government had agreed
to furnish the first 600 rifles and ammuni
tion. A printed notice sent to policemen
says their taking up rifle shooting Is
It's the Superior Quality of
Luxury, Style, Comfort and Price
in This Remarkable Sale or Fine
$15.00 Coats, $8.95
Corduroys, mixtures, serges,
plushes and felt cloths, in
large line of plain and fancy
colors and all si.3s; coats
that sold to $15.00, Thurs
$17.50 Coats, $12.75
Fur Collared Coats, diago
nals, mixtures and plain ma
terials, Ural lambs and Per
siana cloths, full lined with
heavy satin; coats that reg
ularly sell to $17.50, Thurs
$22.50 Coats, $14.90
Seal Plushes, skinner satin
lined, fancy novelties, cordu
roys, velours, some with fur
collars, an elegant, lot of
large sizes, made especially
for stout figures; all the lat
est colors and styles; coats
made to sell to $22.50, Thurs
$30.00 Coats, $19.50
A wonderful lot of Classy Coata,
in fine seal plush, mixtures and
plain colors in slbellnes, broad
cloths, corduroys, striped velours
and mole cloths, . fur trimmed,
coat values up to $30.00, Thurs
day, at $10.50
One Day Sale
New Trimmed Millinery
at . . . .
Disregard the Prlco Entirely.
Just come to our Millinery
department and see these won
derful copies of the best hats
that Paris has suggested. Com
pare the extraordinary collec
tion with what la offered any
where else in town.
The New White Plush Hats
The New White Velvet Hats
The New Gold Lace Hats
The New Silver Lace Hats
Sterling Union Suits, all wool, silk
and wool or silk and lisle; any
style, flesh or white do QO
or gray, at Pee70
Ladles' silk and wool or all wool
Union Suits; worth to $3.60 med
ium weight, $1 98
Indies' Union Suit) part wool or
heavy fleeced; worth
to 11.60, at
Ladles' all wool Vests and Pants,
gray or scarlet.
Ladles' heavy fleeced Union Suits,
low or high neck, long ACkf
or short sleeves, at ,. tivC
Children's Union Suits, heavy
fleeced or ribbed cotton, extra
heavy Quality, 75c values,
Children's all wool Vests and
Pants; worth to 75c. QQ
S. M. .1. -
Most Modern and Sanitary Brewery In the West
Family Trade supplied by WM. JETTER, Distribntor,
2502 N St Telephone Douglas 4231. South 863 or 863.
optional, but that the purpose Is to make
them good marksmen In case their serv
ices are needed In national defense.
Booker T. Washington
In Serious Condition
NEW TORK. Nov. 10. Dr. Booker T.
Washington, principal of Tuskegee In
stitute, Is confined to a local hospital,
suffering from a nervous breakdown. It
became known tonight. While his condi
tion Is said to be serious, physicians said
that it was not necessarily critical.
Sur or ise Values
the Merchandise at each price
crowds to the November sales.
TUT AmirK!' ?i-
U ILfVlLarBNi ,VSN
DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS sJs Values Hcre-
fgf' sslrvsTWfeBigw gss
18 Lbs. Best Pure Granu
lated Sugar for. .
W advise oar customers to bay Xlonr
now. The market la Klg-her and every
prospect of taking; a farther advanoe.
4-lh. sacks Bat High tirade Dia
mond H Flour, made from No. 1 se
lected wheat, nothing finer for brea I,
plea, cakes or biscuits, aack.. 11.45
s lla. Best Kolled White Breakfast
10 lbs. Best Kiln Pried Cornmeal,
white or yellow 83e
4 lh. Best Hani Picked Navy Beans,
Fancy Japan Kice, I'eaj-1 Tapioca tSs
No. t cans Wisconsin June Peas,
Fancy Hweet Sugar Corn, Wax or
Siring Beans 7 Ho
Canned Tomatoes, No. S aize, can, lOo
Ga lon cans Golden Table Syrup, 380
dullon cana Cune and Maple Syrup 8So
H-sal. (ana Cane and Maple Syrup 4Se
Quart n Cane and Maple Syrup Sio
2-lh pk., Self Kixlnff Pancake Flour
fr .: 8Ho
Self Rtalns; Buckwheat Flour, pa;., SHo
cans Oil Sardines lo
4. Large Cans Condensed Milk... 85
K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg ....5o
Orone Nuts, pkg 10
Bed Jacket Puro Annie Cider, gal. 85o
?! o. Jara Pure V'rult Preserves, SSo
JS-oa. Jars Pure Fruit Preserves. 33e
New California Figs. pkR TM.0
New flnce Meat. Pkg ..; 8V;
Vew Promedary Tate. pkg. . . .84
New California Crop Peaches, lb. Te
New California Apricots, lb 18Vte
New California Muscatel Ralalna. r
New California Cooking Flea, lh. U
New. I-emnn or Orange Peel, lb., 800
New Ca'l'nrnla tv1nit. lh 18o
Diamond Brand Soft 8hell Walnu.
per package 80s
iO. OMAHA. NfEB. '
WILL TRY BIPLANE
TO HUNT LOST SHEEP
MEKTFTKTSK. Wyo.. Nov. .-8r
clal.) James Dickie, who recently madi
several aeroplane flights at Pan Fran
cisco. Is considering the advisability of
purchasing a biplane for use In con
nection with his extensive snerp ouamesa
In central Wyoming. Much time and
trouble might be saved, and many sheep
otherwise lost preserved, he ressons. If
a herder were equipped with an aero-
plane, and he may procure
and make the experiment.
that brings ever increasing
Be a J
$27.50 Coats, $17.50
New long length white Chin
chilla coats, large white fur
collar and fur around bot
tom, full sweep, belted styles;
regular $27.50 values, Thurs
$20.00 Coats, $12.50
Fine "Worumba" white
Chinchilla, in long flare
styles, in loose and belted ef
fects, high roll collars and
large white fur collars ; these
are regular $20.00 coats,
Thursday, at .....$12.50
$13.75 Coats, $6.95
42-inch white Chinchilla
coats with high roll collars,
belts alt around, good full
made coats, that sold at
$13.75, while they last,
Hudson Seals, Brook Mink, Near
Seals, Pony, Marmots and beav
er; all the new styles; price range
830. 845. 850 up to 3275
Framed Pictures in brown
and gilt frames, large selec
tion of. popular subjects;
sizes 7xp, 8x10, 6x16 5 n C
50o values ODC
Popular Pictures, in neat frames,
gilt and brown; sizes 9x12-10,
12-1018; all well known and
popular subjects; values Qf
up to $1.50 70C
Large assortment of scenery, hills,
figures and religious pictures; in
brown and gilt frames, J Q
values up to $2.98.. P 1 evO
10 bars Beat In All Soap, Thurs
day only ale
The Best Ho. 1 Creamery Batter, pee
lb. ,. 39o
The Best mo. 1 Creamery Batter, oar.
torn, per lb. aoo
Fancy Country Creamery Butter, tier
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb., SSo
No. 1 Storage Eggs, per rinsen...8So
No 1 Fresh Kgga, per dozen aao
Fancy F"ull Cream White or colored
Cheese, per lb 80o
OBTXOW BVrBCXAX T1UMDAT
These are especially fine for Boiling,-
nothing finer, IS lbs. for 15o
TIB VBOBTABIB ASTO SBTJTT
XABKBT TOM Til rBOPX.E.
IS lbs. Beat Had Klver Ohio Potato s
to ths peck, for IS
12 lba. Good Cooking Apple to the
peck, now for ,. 15e
12 lbs. Fancy Jonathan Eating Apples
to the peck, for 800
Fancy Holland Seed Cabbage, lb. . lo
Per 100 lbs. 7S
Beets, Carrots or Turnips, large mar.
ket basket, for 800
FTesh Beets. Carrots-or Turalpa, four
bundles for . , 6a
( bunches f resh Radishes So
4 heads Fresh Laf Lettuce Be
1 large Souo Bunchea ...So
4 bunches Kresh Onions ., Bo
2 stalks Fresh Celery So
F"ancy California or Denver Cauli
flower, per lb 8tjO
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb. ...w...10o
.1 large Grocn Pepoera .10o
BJee onr fall line of fancy bos apple.
See the Demonstrations and free
sample of Oherailellla's Chooolate,
Armour's Bullion Cubes, 8ntder's Pro
ducta, Heinr'a 57 Varieties and Loose
Wiles' Famous Cookies and Crack
era. Made In Omaha.
All Under One Roof
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