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T1IK OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: DKCKMHEIt 12, 1015.
SAN JOAN HELD UP
Two Men Said to Be from ITew Or
leans Taken Off Steamship by
THIRD SHIP TO BE SEARCHED
WASHINGTON. Dec. 11. Tbe
State department announced today
that the stopping and searching of
three vessels of .the New York and
Porto Rico line by the- French cruiser
Descartes would be made the subject
of diplomatic representations to
France. Tha department received of
ficial advices today from San Juan
of the incidents.
NEW YORK, Dec. 11. The
steamer San Juan of th New York
and Torto Rico line was held up and
searched by a French cruiser while
the steamer was bound from New
Orleans to San Jaan, according to a
message received by the line today.
Two second clsss passengers were
removed The San Juan flies
The Fan Juan is the third vessel of this
line to have been help up within the
last five days, the Coamo and Carolina
having been searched oft Porto Rico
pnmrntrra front "iev Orleans.
The passengers removed from the Ban
Jaan- . were William Ounthecodt and
Frltach Lot lis r, both said to be residents i
of New Orlbans. The Ban Juan left New attitude of the powers, answering them
Orleans Saturday and arrived at San Juan with a declination to postpone the decls
... -I- -- ' lion and assuring them that tha invum.
A message from Ban Juan to the local
office did, not give the exact location
wnnj miner wj pruruncu nwr ,
, .,- v- k Kii i. ..
Ileved that the Ban Juan was searched I
late yesterday and probably by the Des-
cartes, which held tip the Coamo and
Carolina. The message also failed to
state whether the cruiser fired any shots
at the Ban Juan, as waa done In the pre
Manager Mooney of the line said he
would not determine the question of mak
ing a protest through the State depart
ment until after the steamer Carolina ar
rives here Monday and he obtain full re
ports of the holding up of the Carolina
and Coamo from the shlp'i officers.
Ship Searched br Descartes,
' BAN JUAN, Porto Rico, Deo. 11. The
Ban Juan was held up by the French
cruiser Descartes, which also searched
the Cosmo and Carolina earlier this
week. Gunthevedt and Lothar, who are
described here as Germans, were taken
off at midnight last night.
The Argentine steamship Pampa from
iBuenoa Aires for New Tork has put In
here-, A German civilian on board left
the vessel, believing that It he attempted
to continue , tha voyage to New York he
"Would be taken, off by the French,
GRIDIRON CLUB - , .
(Continued from Page One.)
and blue candy canes; which they waved
quite recklessly. '
Announcement of the loss of all of the
army's chewing gum to a girls' school
and the destruction of two wagonloads of
Chautauqua contracts caused grat dis
tress in the- camp. Mr. Pryan then
obliged with "Oootl-bye. chief. Im
through.' Here la the chorus:
Good-bye. chief, I'm through,
I pray you'll not forget;
I say good-bye to you
"With more or less regret;
I go to save the nation
With lecture and oration.
Ho 1 bid a fond adieu,
iood-bve. rhlef, God bless you,
As Mr. Bryan finished singing. Oeneral
Gumdrop, broke out Into "In Days of Old
When, Knlghta Were Bold." and the entire
company mutinied. The skit closed with
the singing of a strictly prepareda?s
RmwtII aaa Rseklta
The Gridiron Rookies sketch brought
out Colonels Roosevelt, Harvey. Wattet
on and House, and Secretary Garrison,
General Leonard Wood. Mayor John
Purroy Mltchel of New Tork. Dudley
Tleld Melone of New Tork. collector of
customs; Representative Augustus P.
Oardner of Massachusetts, Oswald O.
Vlllard of New Tork. Mr. Bryan and
Theodore Roosevelt, jr., as candidates
for the army. Scarcely had the squad
assembled when Colonel Roosevelt leaped
forward and began to assail tboee who
ra trying to "ChlQafjr America." As the
examination for candidates proceeded,
Colonel Roosevelt was aaked If he de
. sired te Join the cavalry-
"I want to organise a gas bomb bri
gade." he replied.
"What do you know about gas bombs?"
an examiner asked.
"Everything; why, I fired one at Pitts
burgh." "Did It do any damage?"
"It almost killed Leonard Wood.'
tiara aer's Clothes Btelea.
Mr. Gardner, clad only In a shirt and
a bsrrel. rushed In complaining that Sec
retaries Daniels and Garrison had stolen
all of his outfit except his press agent.
Secretary Garrison, under examination
stated that his Idea of a hero was a man
who atood on the administration firing
line and permitted Roosevelt to shoot
speeches at hlra. Colonel Wattereon de
clared his belief that preparedness Just
sow Is a good thing because It will dem
onstrate that a single-track mind can
run 4oth ways. Colonel House was as
signed to the household cavalry. Dudley
Field M alone went to the Boy Scouts.
To prove that newapaper men In Wash
ington are not handed Information on a
liver Matter "four eihtblu of raw ma-
terisl" wits whom tbe reporters have to I
work, Mr. Bryan. Secretary Redfleld,
Senator James Hamilton Iewls and Sec
retary Tumulty, were presented In a
sketch. Mr. Bryan aald he had much
sews, but be was keeplas It for his own
)aper. Secretary Redfleld entered a gen
eral denial. Senator fuewts uttered many
words, but not one for quotation. Secre
tary Tumulty confined himself to anec
dou without news value, chiefly con
crrplng old, days In New Jersey.
MMk Seaate ta Seeelea.
A cloture rule, destined to affect only
Senators Reed of Missouri and Thomas
of Colorado, was quk-kly adopted. M te
t. by a mock senate. A auffracette wbe
appeared te triveat!ate cloture fled when
beard that tt limited talk. Cloture,
which was represented by a human fir
tire, eventually waa "talked te death"
aid carrud out Vice President Marshall
remarked before adjourning tha "mats"
that the body needed a plucking board
Instead of a cloture nil.
Blde Ui executive officers. Senators
Cummins, Borah, Sherman. James; Pen
rose and Oliver; Representatives Cannon
and Vtann of Illlnoie, Gardner of Massa
chusetts Stevens of Minnesota, Rear Ad
miral Benson, chief of naval operations.
U. B. N.; Major Oeneral Bcott, chief of
Staff. V. . A.; Hiram Maxim, a member
of the naval advisory board, and David
Belasco of New York were am one the
widely known guests.
SHI KAI ACCEPTS
(Continued from Pave One.)
to the monarchlal system were first ap
parent In August last with the publica
tion of accounts of a meatlngr of promi
nent men In Peking; who formed an asso
ciation to discuss whether a monarchy
waa not the best form of government for
The march of events followed fast. Tt
waa announced In Peking on November
7 that fifteen of the eighteen provinces
had voted In favor of a monarchy.
Meanwhile the entente powers, noting
F.ntente Powers Art.
with evident anxiety the .progress of
Peking regarding tha proposal to upset
vents In China, made representations to
(the republican government and substitute
for It a monarchy. It was pointed out to
China that such a step In the midst of the
European war was not desirable from the
viewpoint of the powers, as tending to
lessen the stability of conditions and pos
sibly lead to Internal outbreaks which
might ultimately endanger the peace of
the Orient Japan took a leading part In
China, however, waa not moved by the
'ment " advised by tha provincial j
fflc'' "at they would be able to main-
tain tranoullltv In event monarch w..
re - established.
J1 , lstlsfacUon of the powers with
P,n h made manifest.
but apparently without avail.
Raise rial to Resist.
BAN FRANCISCO, Cel.. Dec. ll.-Tong
King Chong. president of the Chinese
Republic association here, the controlling
tody of thousands of similar organlsa-
nuns m norm ana noum America, an-
rr"t0.i"r "l" measures I
" "fi-""" vaiftuiiininnni or me i uan
Khl K I vi nn.pntiu Mm i 1 .4 1. .
. .......... ...... -T VI u II. i IKACII B. I . ,
mreitln RunH.. IT ..1,4 h. .i. '
had Mn.lrf.rMt .Ir... .v.. ,.
raising a larva funit In further mrk
The Chinese Republic association. Tong
King Chong said, has a total member-
ship of about 800.000 In the Americas and
numbers millions In Its organisation In
According to him, the association has
named as Its provisional commander-ln-
chief, Shen Chun Bhen, former viceroy of
the province of Canton, under the Man
chu dynasty. Shen Tung Shen now la In
Singapore. Straits Settlement As leader
of the opposition party he would be made
provisional president If the party suc
ceeded In Its objects, Tong King Chong
Aaked te O Per.
Further organisation of the association
has been carried on in Central America
by three men sent fron here several
months ago. They were Wong Sam Ark.
Chew Took and Ng Jit Sang. Recently
they were aaked to go to Peru to extend
the organisation there. ;
A cablegram from leaders In the Straits
Settlements was shown by Tong Chong.
"Business about to start Remit capi
This, he said, referred to the raising
of funds for the "work" In China. The
amount to be raised has not been de
termined, but he aald It would be a large
amount. In 1911 the organisation, smaller
then, raised more than a million dol
lars. Miss Ida May Swift
' To Wed Italian Count
i CHICAGO, Deo. . ll.-Mlts Ida May
Swift, daughter of Louie F. Swift the
packer, la to be married next month to
Count James Mlnotto, a Venetian noble
man, who Is engaged In banking In New
Tork. The young couple were engageu
two weeks ago, but announcement was
not made until today by Mr. Swift Miss
Swift first met the count two years ago
at a society event In New Tork.
Mrs. Charles Weaver.
FAIRBVRT. Heb.. Dec. U (Special.)
Mrs. Charles Weaver died at the home
of her eon, Myron B. Weaver, yesterday.
Death was attributed to paralysis and
general debility. Mrs. Weaver was born
In El ml r a. New Tork, December 17, IMS.
Hhe was married December IT. 1S63, to
Charles Weaver In New Tork. To this
union ten children were born, seven ot
whom are still surviving. The body was
taken to Alma, Kan., today for burial,
t'acle Jnm Rllaa Is DeaS.
FORT IX) DQH, la.. Dec H,-(SpecUJ.)
"Uncle Joe" Bliss, for thirty-five years
a traveling man In northern Iowa, died
suddenly at his home here Thursday
night He was 76 years old. He served
In the civil war In the Twenty-third New
York battery which fired the last cannon
shot of the war
Harry J. Bealtleaaaa.
DENVER. Colo., Deo. U.-8pecial Tele
gram.) Marry J. Benkletnan, a wealthy
mining man. son of John G. Benkelman.
pioneer cattle man for whom Benkelman,
Neb., la named, died here today.
WASHINGTON. Dae. U.8perlal Tele-
Tam. wyomlna poetmastere eppo'nte1:
Marlot 1. Ho wo
Emma J. Howe, defeased: Sun-
v, chVrT.. t". ZJSZZl
to fourth Wass.
fuinden waa af)nAtnt.wl
letter carrier at Iowa Falls. Ia.
Richard ft. Pmlth of Dubuqtia, la., was
appointed a stenographer In the Agricul
Civil service examination will be held
on January I for rural letter carriers at
Oakdale and Nellgh.
fee The Bee's -Swapper" column.
(ikia Trla Off.
The trip that Bill Hchwarts and his
Nashville team, made up of playere win
tering In Narhvilie, were to take to Cuba
has been canceled.
B f IvlMllLlI For fM roars Copley has sold WvW
I I ' 'iw" ' Je-wrfry to the same families. V(ljfs
I w. . i -l-- ' ', -
Athens Dispatch Sayi All Arrange
ments Have Been Made and De
cree Will Be Issued Soon.
ENTENTE RENEWS PRESSURE
ATHENS, Doc. 10. (Via Paris,
Dec. 11.) The Greek government
has made all arrangements for tbe
demobilization of the army. It is
expected a decree to this affect will
be Issued shortly.
The French minister had hi conference
of this week with King Constantlna this
morning. Subsequently the ministers of
the entente powers called' on Tremler
Skouloudts. It Is learned on good author
ity that energetic representations were
made for the purpose of Inducing Greece
to hasten action In regard to the facilities
demanded for the allied troops at Eat
onlkl. A decisive move on the part of
the Greek government la expected mo
mentarily. The Interview given by King Constan
tlne to the Associated Press has been re
published here and haa created a sensa
tion. "BILLY" IS READY
TO QUIT SYRACUSE!
(Continued from Page One.)
absolutely honest and dead In earnest.
I would rather tour the country as a
second fiddle to him than anything else
on earth. He la good company to go to
heaven with. I went to hear him In a crit
ical mood, but he converted me."
"Billy's" sermon for women only pre
cipitated a brand new controversy which
exceeded In bitterness any eloped
" " the campaign. SI gned
In newspapers on Sundays unvarnished
language brought a red hot reply, from ,
BlIlT'e" Hot Retort.
"It la a lie, that story that I say things
unfit for women to . hear," asserted
"Billy." "Tou In Syracuse who make
such statements are liars and scoundrels.
I will give $5,000 to Syracuse charity, re
tire from the ministry and serve one year
In the penitentiary if anyone who has
Y. n, , . n. k n . h.nn. If a n il
not being able, will aerve time.
"People who villlfy me In that way are
low-down black-hearted, un-
mitigated liars, and those who believe
i such atorles are no better than ones who
,"" them. Let any man make such a
' chr' to my face and I'll knock him
dwn: at least. I d try mighty hard."
Sunday will be put on trial before a
, J"1" of Bcpnectady buslnese men in
(Albany Street ihethodlst church In that
' el(y tomorrow night Rev. Lewis E.
i Carter has asked six men who went on
: an excursion last week to hear Sunday
to come to his church and as jurymen
give their verdict of Sunday. The men
were chosen before they had heard the
" Old-Tlmera Make Vtalt. - 1
"Billy's" program today was featured
by a Visit from five old timers In the
sporting and theatrical world who called
to renew old friendships. Among the i
quintet were thre former ball players,
an actor and king of the rowing coaches,
Jim Ten Byck. The ball players were
Jay Faats, who used to hold down first
corner In the big league when "Billy"
wore the uniform of the Chicago White
Btocklnga, Al Buckenburger, once man
ager of the Pittsburgh Pirates,, and
George Gere, who used to heave 'era over
for the Boston Nationals. Lew Benedict,
famous minstrel, was the fifth member
of the party.
Members of the Sunday party will prob
ably attend the funeral Monday of Mrs.
Martin Ryan, whose death occurred at
the tabernacle last night. This ts the
first time a Bunday campaign has been
marred by such an accident.
The first marriage to be solemnised In
a Bunday tabernacle also took place here.
LAST CHRISTMAS MAIL
LEAVES FOR EUROPE
NEW TORK. Dec. ll.-Amerlcan Chrls
maa mail to Europe, the last of which
was dispatched consisted of S.660 sacks.
The sacks carried, in addition to ordinary
letters. SOOO registered articles, S4.900 par
oela post packages and SM.4S7 money or
ders. The money orders represented
ta.lU.7V7, an Increase over the Christmas
mall for 114 to 169,001 orders and 11.467,704
The largest amount to go to any indi
vidual country, was 1.M.30 to Great
Srttain. Germany wilt receive K28.823.
The mall dispatched today waa shipped
on the liners St Louis, Krlstlanafjord,
Lafayette and Verona.
Better have none at all than one
of poor color or one that Is Im
properly cut. Diamonds purchased
here will be found to possess the
proper OOUS, BXAla &u
X.IAXCT and that degree of FXaV
mOTIOaT that mtist be In hUh
quality atonea. We have been buy
ing and soiling Diamonds for
twenty-five years, and persona
buying here will get the benefit of
that experience. Aiy time within
a year should you be dlasatlsflel
with your purchase or for any
other reaaon should you want to
dlapoae of It will give you bai
nlne-tentha of what you paid ua
for It Does thla assurance mean
anything to youT
We can also supply your every
want In Watches. Clocks. Cut
Qlaas. eterlln Ware and Rich
15 -& DODGE
WOMAN SUFFRAGE PART
OF GOVERNMENT PROGRAM
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
THE 11 AGUE, Nov. SJR.-Woman'a suf
frage has been made an essential part
of the government's program In Holland.
A bill making suffrage possible through
an amendment of the constitutional law
of the Netherlands, haa Just been brought
The bill Involves also other changes
In the organic law. it proposes to ex
tend the right of voting to all male
clt liens, who have rearhed the age of
13 years, and are not excluded by cer
tain disabilities, "and also to female
cltlsena, who have reached the same
It Is stated that the passage of the
bill will not of itself bring auffrage
Into being, but will only pave the way
for It. A further revision of the exist
ing electoral law will, then be In order,
putting Into effect the principle thus em
bodied In the constitution.
The new constitutional amendment also
Introduces proportions! representation In
the different representative bodies.
Use Tha Bee'a "Swapper'' column.
A sure way to solve one of
several gift problems.
The Fur Shop
New Children's Fur Sets, . ,
at - - - - $6.50 to $10.75
Mink, Fox, Wolf, Marten
Sets and separate pieces.
A Section of Practical Gift
Things Blouses, Negligees,
Kimonos, Petticoats, the
Queenia Shoulderets. Mod
A Fine Line of
Baaement Landing;. .
A dollar box makes a fine
Make Suitable Gifts.
A beautiful assortment of
new scarfs, made of light,
dainty materials, in all col
ors . -v- $1.25 to $6.50
Black and 'white silk lace
scarfs are very attractive.
If Wear for Winter
SX folks c-fQ
w -j- needs. yrr
- Third KlotrV 0 '
Cx. SONS CO.
Complete as above
Hand Painted. .90.00
Alcohol Coffee Machine
Pl Dish and Holder. . .
Steak Plank a
Fancy Coffee Pots
Vacuum Bottlea . .
Coaster Kt'l 92.50
Pe-ppcr MlUs 75o
Te Samovars 92.23
Nickel Trays : 92-23
Drass Cuspidors 95c
Ash Trays 85c
Tea Pot Stand 75c
FOR THE CHILD REV
Skis. 4 foot 91.23
Flexible Flyer Sleds, 92.50, 93.00
Hockey Sticks 25c
Boys Skates 75c
dirls' Skates 91.23
K rector Toys 91.00
Rock Island Passenger Wrecked on
MAIL AGENT BARELY ESCAPES
DTSSHLER, Neb.. Doe. 11 (Special
Telegram.) The Falrbury-Xelson pas
senger trsln on the Rock Island went
Into the ditch a mile east of Deshler at
:3) this evening. No one waa seriously
Injured. The tender Jumped the track
and the baggage car and smoker turned
Baggageman Tom Hull of St. Joseph
was pinned In his car and almost burned
before he got loose, smashed In a door
and escaped with a few minor bruises.
Mall Agent M. E. Ralsten of St. Joseph
managed to get out. Although badly
bruised, he got out the registered mall.
A valuable dog was rescued, but all
The Fashion CenferorHieMiddleWesK
IIYG'EIA LAMB'S WOOL
COMFORTERS, with fine
cambric covers, pretty de
signs and colorings, 72x84,
hand tied .... $4.50
AUTO and LOUNGE
ROBES, all-wool, 54x74,
plain top and plaid back; a
big range of fancy plaids at
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00 and
BED BLANKETS, made of
the finest long staple wool,
thoroughly scoured and
shrunk, fancy plaids, white
and grays,' pretty borders,
thread and silk bound, at
$6.00, $7.00, $8.50, $10.50 and
$12.50 a pair.
BATH ROBE BLANKETS,
new and up-to-date styles, in
correct weight for men's and
women's bath robes, size 72
x90, at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
PILLOW CASES, put up in
a neat box, size 45x36, em
broidered on a fine quality
of casing, assorted patterns,
$1.25 a pair.
Continues this week.
suits at prices wonderfully
$15, $24.50, $35, $45
Do Your Christmas Shop
ping With Us. Wo Can
Soil You Something for
Every Member of the
Family. Old or Young.
8-plece Set In Satin lined boxes,
$3.50 up to 93.00
McUaor Sets $1.7.1
Maiilrur Seta 91. A3
Pocket Knives 25c
Silver Plated Knives and
Razor Sets 91.00
Gillette lUsors 93.00
Carving Shears 92.75
Scissors In box 65e
F1relea Cooker 917.50
Carpet Sweepers 92.75
fiaa Ranges, up from . . . .915.73
mall, baggage and express was de
stroyed, as the coaches burned.
Tassengers V. M. Flntel and Henry
Beckler of Deshler were badly bruised.
The coaches were full of passengers
Engineer J. P. Mergen, Fireman Guy
Sutherland of Falrbuy, Conductor
Charles Ransom and Rrakeman John
Orr of Falrbury were In charge of the
Volunteer workers and Deshler physi
cians responded promptly.
LINCOIJ. Neb., Dec. 11. (Special Tele
.gram.) Nebraska trimmed the Jsyhawk
ers again, this time In debate. For the
first time In seven years the Huskers and
their southern rivals met In Intercollegiate
debate and Nebraska won a 2 to 1 de
cision, speaking on the affirmative side
of military preparedness. The Huskers
were represented by 8. C Zimmerman.
EL E. Carr and A. C. Swenson. The Kan
sas debaters were Rayner McQulston.
Gloves Are Always Welcome
We have prepared for the holi
day season the most satisfactory
selection of gloves. ..Styles for
every occasion. Colors and shades
to suit every taste.
Trefousse The finest French gloves in
the newest pastel shades; also white
'and black, fancy stitching made one
or two-clasps .... $2, $2.25
Washable kid gloves In white, oyster
and putty, with contrasting stitchings,
South Aisle Main Floor.
A large variety of the
newest styles, shapes and
6izes, in leather and vel
vet bags, to go with mi
lady's street apparel.
ALL OUR $18.00 FINE
PRINTED O AN TON
Monday, a pattern - $9.00
values, and what gift
could be more cccepteblel
Traveling Cases fitted
with ivory or ebony toil
Collar bags and handker
chief cases of leather and
Combination cases for scarfs
and handkerchiefs. Very
practical and handy when
93.00 up to 95.00
Electric Toaster 93.0ti
Electric Grills 93.00
Electric Chafer 913.00
Electric Percolator $9A0
Electric Lamps 93.05
Electric Heaters 93.75
Electric Sweepers 918.50
Electric Curlers 93.50
Electric Washer 905.00
Electric Sewing Machine
Electric Curiing Iron
FOR THE CHILDREN'
Foot Balls, from 91 up to 92.23
Air Rifles, up from 91.23
Tool Cabinet 93.0O
Wagons, up from 91.50
U II Roller Skates 91.40
Child's Table Set 9IJM)!
Roy Dawsnn and Henry Shlnn.
C. J. Iee of Ames, Prof. Paul F. Le of
Grlnncll and Jacob Vanderxee of Iowa
were the Judges.
The university chapel was crowded d
spl'e bad weather.
Nebraska obtained a big lead In argu
ment, while the Kansas debatera were
more polished speakers.
I,AWRENCK. Kan.. Pec. 11. The Vn1
verilty of Nebraska defeated the Uni
versity of Kansns In a donate here last
night. The subject was: "Resolved that
the I'nlted States hotild Immediately
and substantially Increase its armament."
The Ncbrnskans who mmnt ninol the
negative at Ijiwrence were Charles E.
Schoflfld, '17, Lincoln; Ouy C. Chambers,
law, '11. Sidney; H. J. Schhwab, 'IS. law.
'IS. McCook, and R. B. Waring, law, '17,
Army Officer Attempts Life.
HONOL.fL.IT, T. H. Dec. 11. Lieuten
ant Colonel ChHrlea S. Bromwell, head
of the Army Knjrineer corps here, shot
and fatally wounded himself today.
He died two hours after the shooting.
Mrs. Bromwell and their daughter are In
the t'nlted States, where the latter Is
attending erhool. The colonel was alone
in his residence when the shooting oc
curred. Pleasant Shopping
Broad aisles plenty of
day light good fresh air at
Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Colors, Cope blue, rose,
cardinal, navy, pink and
light blue. Sizes 2 to 14
years. Moderate prices.
A Special Sale -of
Human Hair Goods
A Three Day Event ;
The following exception
ally good values:
24-inch Switches of Natural
Wavy Hair - - - - $3.23
28-inch Switches of Natural
Wavy Hair .... $5.53
28-inch) Switch of Fine Hair,
special value - - - $2.63
of Natural Wavy Hair, $5.53
Psyche Puffs of French Cut
Hair ------ $1.13
Can Be Washed and Combed.
Size 10, $1.00
Size 11, $1.25
Size 12, $1.50
Size 16 -
Size 13, $1.75
Size 14, $2.00
Size 15, $2.25
- - $2.50
Make Lots of Toys
to' see the
battleships, machine shops, raw
mills and hundreds of other big
steel models-many of them run by
the Erector motor (free in most sets)
Tbe Toy Like Statural Steel
Give yeur boy a set of Erector.
It 1 the ny construction toy with
girders exactly like the real
structural stecL Come band see
our interestin. Erector display.
13th and Harney.
I BHVJl with Erector, '
V yv "Jjj building brid- .
sTSIb9 e,, tower
n r . ." atrsntrsTsaW m
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