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Tin: BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 19i.
WANTS SANTA TO
n BRING HIU PAHTS
jj little 14 it Tir4 cf Being- a Girl
Pi ail Good Old St Ifiek Will
Grant Hii With.
' ; AKOIHia WOJLAJ! GETS TZITH
There Is a lltUa boy and he Uvea
5tt In a house. His name li William,
( but ala aaat call him Willie. Ma !
4 years yng. going oa o. And
wbettaer think? He baa worn girl's
drereee ever sine ha M abla to
walk. He baa to war eat his sister's
' dresses, too. Aad there are bo pook
1 els la these dresses and people some-J
h tinea Uk him for a little girl. His
c2 pereats are poor. This little boy has
been getag to Sunday school and be
r heard the teacher tell about Santa
rne aaus aad of the nice things Saaty
brio (a to uood little beys.
ii Mrs, Deaee secretary et the Associated
rte, Ctrartctaej. keowa this Uttle boy. She sent
ens of a asebatmnta to the boy's home
j aod asked what be would like for Cbrlst
rr mas, He didn't ssk for a drum, or a
v sled, er a set of blocks, tie asked for a
na eult ef etotbea tike Jebnay "Peterson
en M Bel Cilrl.
IW "I don't wv to bo a gurrui any more,"
'he sahfc aad kla little eyes were a wide
u saucers -wbea Mra Bdwarde told Mm
Hi that Sacty; will bring him a suit cf
Tea, Mr. Doaee allll beltevea in Santa
"sciaus. She to etui talking about felc
teeth. The ether day she said, she kaew
a woiwaa who wanted aoane teeth for
r Chrlstatasv tr. Cbarlea Wender aald he
would Saata Clause In that ease.
WRatler the Dentist alee tun forward
77 and eel would furnish soma needy
person wsthk a set of teeth and a few
hours hofecet the seeeeid teeth ofer cama
Mrs. rsana reefvd a reejueat from an-
"'other weeaaar wbe had bee praying for
to buju. Both-sets of teeth came through
. And so tta goes at the charities offloe.
,-Mrs. Doase ireperts she Is reoelelng seme
rsntrlsvUoas of anehey which will be
disbursed According ta the needs ef per
w sons tacklag - Christ rose chear. A box
M of articles teeeaved by Tbe Bee bee bee a
delivered te the charities offloe.
w Able to Skate On
" Lakes In the Parks
tli t'lialrman Hummel and Ruperlateadent
M tnglbtli of the Reoreattoa board are busy
m preparing skating places for Omahane.
The OUferd tract at Thirty-third and
rasa streets, about three acres, ts being
flooded, and If the present weather con
tinues should be la condition within a
few days. Skaters have started to eut
snd the lagoon at Carter Lake park Is
a being attended, although the take itself
K ' aet sale, A stove ta being Installed at
Kountse psrk pavilion and the tos there
will be reeOy In a short time.
llsnscem psrk lake ts slow freeslng over
. in account of the shelter. The parUloo
B st ilanscora park will be kept warm dur-
y ins; ins saaung aeaaon.
a Mr. English U Investigating several
Mouth Bide locations where he proposes
! in establish publlo sksting plaaea.
More Delay in Work
J on New First Bank
After opening Omaha offices' and hav
ing their part ef the agreement all signed
up an the largest single contract for
work on the new Drst National Bank
building at SUteentb aad Faraam streets,
the eontraoUng firm ef Lejwulst A XUsly
of Chloage have struck a delay In land.
Ing tbs big Job.
Cashier T. U Davis ef the bank says
that a disagreement has arisen over
work oa the ealasoaa for the founda
tions, pending settlement of which the
big seal Is still up In tbs air.
Ths part ef the work that was already
to be let to Laaeulat A JUaly Inoludea
the excavating,-- masonry, steel erection
and terra cotta work, which will . be
about ose-thlrd of the whole Job and will
I amount te about 1360,000.
Vtos President C. T. Kountse of ths
g bank will go te Chicago tonight to try
to settle the difficulty with the eontrae-
tors, so that the eon tract oaa be speedily
1 closed end the work can ba atarted.
Mrs. Croft Dies at
Age of Ninety-Four
Ura. Mary Dale Croft, a resident ef
Omaha slnoe May i. 1181, died Thursday
at the age of M years.
Mrs. Croft was bora la Pickett, Dorset.
shire, Kngland, August 16. 13. She came '
tn Dm.li. U.i t lkxl. and llvt bra I
She Is survived by two sons, Henry and
Thomas: one daughter, Mra. U N. Yates;
twenty-two grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. All of them live In
The funeral will he held BMurday after
noon at t o'clock from the residence, C"t
William street. Interment will be at
f orest Lawn cemetery.
MRS. J. T. HART DIES AFTER i
ILLNESS OF OVER A YEAR
Mrs. J. T. Hart of Taooma, Wash., who
was formerly Miss Rose llersog ef
Omaha, died Thursdsy afternoon at l;t
at the home ef ber parenta, Mr. and Mra.
Franklin Heraog. 13QC North Twenty-fifth
street, after an illness extending over a
)car. Che was years of age. Both Mrs.
Hart aad her bus baa 4 era former
Omehana and were born aad raised here.
runeral aervloea will be from the
Heraog home Saturday eternooa at ) W.
Burial wUI be tn Forest Laws cemetery.
SMOKE CONSUMER IS PUT
IN AT THE COURT HOUSE
A dewa-draft fire bog equipment was
put la operation mday under oa ef the
i -otters at the court house, the purpose
tclng to abate the smoke nuisaace at this
tui!d:ng. Dan Whitney Installed the
i? t We. t- J- Sullivan of Cbk-ago. re pre-.-Etmg
a company inaklng smoke con
sumers, is here to vbserve the operation
i.l its f'iU.muU
JKUGEL TAKING UP
Increased Territory Muit Ba Looked
Alter by the Greater Omaha
KAY USE A CENTRAL STATION
Superintendent Kugel of tht de
partment of police and sanitation. It
considering the lilt garbage propo
sition, the new year bringing the
South Side and Dundee lcto the
Greater Omaha system of "free
During this year Omaha proper has
expended 135,000 for the collection
ef garbage and delivery to a concern
on the river bottoms near East
Omaha. Mr. Kugel belleres It would
be unwise to haul garbage from the
extreme south and west limits of the
city to the present unloading point.
D. C. Berkowlts of 1S4 North Fifteenth
street reea to take all of the garbage
from the elty and to provide a more cen
tral receiving nation.
Commissioner Jardlne suggest the use
of large automobile irucka (or convey
ing the garbage from district points to
tne delivery autlon. using the present
horees and wagona only for short hauls
to the district loading points.
Mr, Kugel states ha will abolish the
office ef assistant garbage Inspector, tie
alee Intends to enforce the rlty ordtnanre
which requires householders to provide
covered cans for their garbage and pits
of approved drsijin for ashes. .
Surprise for Young
Woman at Breakfast
for the Secretaries
The annual breakfast glvsn Towns
Women's Christian association secre
taries today by the geneml secretary.
Miss Uly Htrong. was converted Into a
surprise affair for Miss Kllzatih Doud.
one of the offloe secretaries, ths news of
whose engagement to Mr. I.umlr Hurcsh
has Just leaked ovt Roth young people
are graduates of ths Omaha High school,
later attending the university, Miss Doud
at the state university and Mr. Bureau
st Ann Arbor, and both young people
ere very popular with the school set.
A basket fllltd with gifts for Mlsa Doud
ti i-upled the center of the breakfast tabi
and at first glance was hidden under a
mass of holly and olhvr Christmas
Krccns used In ths decorations. Ked
randies and Christmas place cards were
also used. Miss Doud was most pleas
antly surprised by the, pretty tribute paid
her by her associates.
Exports from Port '
- of New York Again
Exceed the Record
NEW YORK. Deo. 17. Exports valued
at tl8a.OSS.4l, by far the tersest volume
ever shipped from an American port dur
ing a single month, left New York harbor
during November, according te statistics
announced at the customs bouse today.
The Novambsr figures exceed those for
October, which ware themselves a record
by more than llt.000.0ue.
Customs officials were surprised to
learn that during November the imports
st this port were fOT.ett.gu, about $A-
009,900 graatsr than ths October Imports,
However, a considerable portion of ths
Imports were In the "free goods" class.
and notwithstanding ths volume, dutlea
for November were leas than tor October,
with imports ef PG.Ooo.OOO.
GRAFF WARMS PRINCIPALS
TO KEEP CANVASSERS AWAY
Superintendent Graff has sent to all
prtnolpsJg otroulars In which he calls at-
tontloa te a rule of ths Board of Educa
tion which prohibits soliciting, can
vaaslng, o!leting or advertising of any
sort tn public schools unless specifically
authorised by the superintendent. This
rule excludes photographers who do a
eammerctal business at schools. Many
postal card photographs have, however,
been taken and sold at ths publlo schools
In recent years.
J. 0. YEISER TO TALK ON
EVILS OF SINGLE TAX
J. O. Telaer will deliver a lecture on
The fallacies of the Single Tag" at
M Lyrto building fluodsy evening. This
la the sixth number of program of
noa-perUeaa lecture given under the
a us picas ef the socialist party. The pub
lie la invited to attend and take part In
the general dleoussloa following the
Kept GttUnj Worse. Could Not
Put Hand la Water for Six
Mouths. Ia Three Weeks
HEALED BY CUT1CURA
SOAP AND Oi'lTf.'EIlT
"I had a breaking out oa say haa4 bxaS
fall aad I triad everything tbaS I eould.
tblak of, but it kept getting weswa. It was
called ecseros, I wee gives)
a salve wbsra boated H for
a while bus s brute out
Sgala. Just ests piaxpkt
broke out on any hastd an
and It Itclwd aod burned
se bexfiy I ewead hardy
stand H. I exMia net pug
say hands la water inr ebewt
sis months I
say work wtth ewe bead ail tbaS Msaa.
"I read as edvMeanisrt of
Soap and Ol saw int aad I decidad te glvsj
x WtaL Tbe Cuticara Soap awd
OiBtsasBt healed to ke these mli
fMgaed) Mnv Ahoa CVead. ft. K. Me. S.
Vabxus Onrva. Me., Jaa. SO, ItlA.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 3-p. skie Book an requset. Ad
dreea postcard Tattewea. Dope. T. tVesf
iyf!.efVwVwiewwuVwuVi This store
AT I i rtr
Suits That Sold at $20.00
Suits That Sold at $25.00
Fit and Fabric Guaranteed
At Iledurwl !ics Ntarlay.
Itsby Walkers, in this sale. .$1.00
Solid Msbogsny Sewing Cab
inets i $3.00
Large Pillows, turkey aad
dtiek feathers, pair $2.50
Solid Brass Smoking Stands. $3.50
Costumers' or Hall Hacks. . $4,541
Mahogany Smokers, wltb
. Humidor aud full equip
ment (ell woodaj $0.50
Mahogany or Oak Smokera . $ .50
Handsome Cellarettes, brass
Folding Nursery Scats, fits
on toilet $1.25
Glasscock Baby Walkers,
tr..50 value $2.50
Us by Walkers on this sale $1.00
Nursery Chairs, with table. ,$1.5u
Higb t.'hair, golden orfumed fajia
Htnnla tnr the. k ItrhMn . . . SI CU
White Enameled Mirror. - I
Child's Bed. white or Vernls
Martin, drop sides, the best
Reed Sulkies, real reed , . . . $4 AO
One Motion Collapsible Qa-
Carts , $4.50
Ladlss' Desks, golden or
fumed oak $0.00
Music Cabinets, all woods.. $9.50
s-Mirror Dressing Table,
fJ.SO Folding Card Tables.
very best $1.73
Folding Card Tables, felt or
leatherette ; $1.50
Sewing Tables, folding $1.00
lxxto Mirrors, oak frame,
Leather back and seat
redestals, tn all woods. . . . ,$2.00
Children's Rockers, ,75c to $2.50
15.00 Ladles' Sewing Rock
ers, with drawer under-
neath for spools, etc $3.50
Oak Rocker, wood seat . . . .$4.00
Oak 4rm Rockers, only. .. .$2.50
Fumed Oak Dining Chair,
wood seat, worth $2.66
each, only $1.50
Fumed Oak Diners, leather
seats . .....$3.00
Suggestions for Gift Offerings of Useful and
Decorative Home Fittings
Dresser Scarfs, 18x54 size, lace
trimmod, scalloped, hemstitched
and embroidered, all new designs,
each . . ; C9,' 59 and 25
Pillow Cases (In holiday gift box), beau
tifully embroidered, scallop and hem
stitch finish, set.. 084. 754 504
Bath 8ts (neatly boxed), dainty towels,
bath rug and wash cloths
the aet 93.25 "4 81.35
Initialed Bath Towels Extra heavy j All Linen Table Cloths, tx61 slse,
and Urge towels, blue coda, lni-1 hemstitched t-ln. blue border), $3
tialed with 8-ln. letter, each. 504 1 cloths, each '. 92.25
spection and selection. Do it now and get first
Coffee Machines, like
Copper Nickel Plated
Electric Cbanng uih fia.00
Electrio Toasters, S4.00; aa low as. . . .12.2ft
Electric Irons, S3.O0 as low as $2.98
Electric Curling Iron Heaters 91.4a
Electric Disc Btoves .....$4.00
uvcing ntnuini rau ....... . ...... f f.nu
Electric Grills f5.0
Electric Washing Machines, the White Lily.
Headquarters for the Sunbeam
Mazda Lamps,' 25 and 40 watts, each
27c, or five for ..$1.25
Rugs Make Lasting Remembrance
nl 9 I ir
men s ana loung men s suits
& Marx and Other High rfs n
Men's Furnishing Specials Which Make, it Easy to Select
Appropriate Gifts for Father, Husband, Son and Gentleman Friend at a Savins
Mam 'aw nan TTw IiiAaI rl n I aleesa. 1 - J e e. a. . .
fui up-to-date 8tylc.; big
phapes; look like dollar scarfs,
Our prioo 50
Men's Cloves for street or dress
wear. The celebrated Perrin's
make. (Jun metal shadea nre
popular; tans are always good.
Also a full line of heavy lamb
and silk lined gloves, at. .98
Men's Heavy Wool Sweater
Coat?, roughneck collar, all
popular colors; also in no-collar
etyle. Prices range from $2.98,
$3.98 to $10.00. See our special
coat, at . . .
Heavy Robes, made of soft blankets, beauti
ful designs and rich colorings, corded edgea
and g'rdle. special 92.08
Extra Heavy Robe, with shawl collar, piped
seams and silk cord edge 94.45
You Can Save Largely on Drugs and Toilet
Preparations in Saturday's Sale
lit) Mottle Pinaud's Lilac or Violet Toi
let Water see
11.09 Bottle Woodwork's Violet Vllta
Tellet Water ,...6s
D'Jer Kiss race Powder BOs
II. t8 Bos Le Trsfls or Asurea rowder
11.(0 Bog Mary Garden Face Powder
ISo and ISe Box Perfumea. all odors. Its
T&c and 60c Box Perfumes, all odora, ats
lie Colgate'a or WlUiama' Comfort sets
Our holiday line is now ready for your in-
plctura, Sta.OOj as low aa....$4.0o
$S.00 as low as ; . . ,f 1.08
Percolators .$2.75 and S3.23
tlfl.ooi as leas as .gH.oo
Bissau's Carpet gweeper. a trtmmed,
Oeoea Brah Boor Kate, ap rroa. . . ,M
Rag Rug. slse ITiSI. colors brown,
green, yellow and blue, at, sach....sae
Hand . Opwated Vacuum Cleaner with
liruh powerful suction, nothing better
inado for resldeaoea. full slsoa a"..a.K)
rli.'nn.w.?hle"' T lotl' luli4
rollers, at aaa
Katra Heavy Velvet Ruga, big line of
ixtt terns, Til isea, at.?. , .7. . . .glji
.iimliuter Ruga, sis lT. oriental aad
floral pal terns, bl Una for aeiertUn,
Illselow's Ilairdad Wilton Rugs, II fit
vsiue. aaie price
will bo open evenings until Christmas lyV'VXuVVViii
n m 9 .
Alterations Made Free
very elastic ami form fitting,
warm and durable garments,
Men's Sterling Make" Wool
Union Suits, finest quality,
highest grade underwear made
in this or any other country;
any size to 48 $4.50
Men's Neck Mufflers in reefer
or knitted styles the long a.nd
narrow kind that everybody
wants. Black and fancy colors.
We show a dapdy at. . . .98
Men's Fine Cashmere Socks;
black, natural and Oxford ; also
Men's Dressy Shirts, in plain or plaited f ronta,
new and up-to-date styles, in white or
fancy, at ., 81.00
Men's Full Dress Shirts, the new pique bosom
styles, also Silk Front Combination Shirts
with soft, Bilk cuffs 81.50
14.08 Bottle Mary Oardsn Toilet Water
One lot of Leather Pocket Manicuring
Beta, at ..Too and $1.10
lie Set Bon ton Manicuring Outfit... 19e
10c Bar Jap Rose er Palmollvg Soap. So
lOe Barogldw or Castile Soap Be
JOe Rollg Crepe Toilet Paper..., Se
0e Jar Daggett and Rams)della Cream
HOfl Tube Pebeco Tooth Pasta tSa
lOe Bottle Sloan'a Liniment... .... .8e
f5o Bottle Lambert's Ldsterine 19o
BOo Bottle Phenolas Wafers. ...... .IBs
lie Bottle ef 100 Dr. Hlnkle'a Pills.. ISo
BOo Ashea of Rosea Rouge in powder
fonu ,. ..80a
I J.00 Wellington Combined Syringe and
bottle, guaranteed I years fa.OO
II.7R ltorllck'g Malted Milk, hospital
Anything You Want in Toys and Books for Christmas
Alain Floor Domettic Room
rtooks for Itoj-s "Boy Scouts," "Moving Plctura
Boys," "Boys of Columbia High," "The Ocean Wire
less." Tom 9wlft scries, Alger series, and many others,
choice , 254
OiU' Booke -The Outdoor Olrla," "Girls ef Central
High," "Moving Picture Girls." 'Ths Bobbeey Twins." and
many other popular titles S&e
OOPTXiaXCT BOOK! AMM POPTJiajl IEUI1I.
X4dle," "Roeary," "Tess of the Storm Country,"
"NoUra." "Root of Kvil," "QueeJ," "Call of the Cumberland,''
and hundreds of others. Chnlue : ............ .SOe
Children's Toy Books, large and complete assortment,
from ..9Be to 10o
Olirtatiuas Cards, Hew Tear's Cards
For Your Xmas Fruits, Nuts, Groceries1,
tanned hoods, Hour, meats, Butter, Cheese, Etc.
TXT KATDXJT'B rXBST You get the freshes, goods, hlghsst gaaUty aad save
17 lbs. Beet Xare Oraaulated Bugar gl.00
For your Christmas puddings, plea and
raksa use Diamond Tlour, nothing
finer. r Sauk of 41 lbs Si.S
The nest lxmstio Uararonl, Vertnl-
colli or Spaghetti, pkg Ve
Xmaa Plum Pudding, per can, loe B IM
Urit bottles Wurceater Hauce, Pure
Tomato Catsup or Pickles (assorted
kinds), iper bottle , s
cane OH Sardlnea,, 19s
Imported, Smoked or plain Sardinee, per
tan, at loo
1 -lb. cans Assorted Soups a 'so
rlntder's TiMnato Soup, can TO
lts. Jra Pure FVult Preserves. .. .S8e
K-oa. jars Pure btrained Honey ... .S3o
Tall Cans Alaska Halnion , 104
No. I Kancy Wax, String, Qrsen or Lima
rans, at , TVe
No. I rana Karly June Table PeasSto
No. I cans lioldnn Pumpkin, Hointny,
Bauer Kraut or baked Beana TV0
nmxas rBtrxTg, ktoh rom tottb
The best Cleaned Currants, b ISo
California Cooking rigs, lb 10a
California "eedlesa Kalslns, lb... lSVie
Clifornia Prunes, lb....eVe, lOe, lSVe
California Peaches, fancy.
l er Ib SHo, lOe, 19Ve
Lalifurnla Koyal Apricots, lb,. tee, lfis
TXB TBaBTABX-X KiAXSt ur OkUKA TOM m FBOFXtB
15 lbs best Red Klvsr Potatoes. .. .Soe I PYesh Iulslana Radishes. I for
New Wisconsin Cabbese. 100 lbs . . .t So
bresh Ioulslana Hhailota or Carrots
per tunoh ee
Kncy Michigan Celery. I ror lOo
AITTTBJWO TOW WAIT
Liquor Dept. Specials
Cedar Brook, 8 years old, full quart.,.,..,
Ouckenhelmsr, S years old, full quart. . .... .Ns ... ,
Spring HIU. years old, full quart.
Virslnstte Pure Swuet Wine, bottle
Sunklst Port, full gallon,
Maryland Rye. full gallon, 32.50;
Crystalltisd Rock and Rye, Uuttl.i
Savoy Rock and Rye, bottle
-u J.?"4y,A" V' 175; 00 uii quart. Ko?
Port Wine, full gallou , , 1 2
Sherry Wine, full gallon sLt'Z
Brandy, bottle SVaA
Men's Flannelette Night Shirts
and Pajamas; also fine quality
of morcerized cotton, with
fancy trimming, priced at
?1, $1.50, $2
Men's Fine Elastic Suspenders,
good length, durable web, at,
Pr 40S 98
Men's Flannel Overshirts, col
lar attached style ; blue gray
All the late styles, Stetson nats,
both soft and stiff models, all colors
to choose from . . . .$3.50 and $4
TUR OAFS UNDERPRICED
Fur Caps of every style and variety
of fur, at reduced prices; about &
off regular prices. Now
$3.00, $3.95, $5 and $7.50
Men's and Boys' Caps at special prices; all
shapes and materials, at prices that are
very attractlra; your choice of a large
stock at 854 ad 504
Taxe your cuotce
IIS.OO, 110.00 values
ABO B looks
XtoUer Skates, steel rolls ..".V.""
Weedea Steam XSaglaeg froja....
To. VqaI Vatile
aad 191S O ale ad are.
No. I cans Kancy California Siloed or
Halved Peaches in heavy ayruD. per
ran. at t lse
Hershey's Preakfast tVona. lb...0o
WsxLaren's Peanut Butter, lb....lUo
tioldsn Santos Coffee, il goo
tU BVTTEB ABO BO0 MAMXMT
TOM TUB PEOVI.B
The beat Creamery butter, tnr ton, bulk,
por lb,, at , Sle
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb....890
Kancy t)alry Table Butter, lb 97
The best Htriclly Fresh Kggs, dos..8So
The beet No. 1 Utoraee Ekko. dos.,.SSe
Kull tream. New York Whlt, Wiscn
sin or Young America Cheese, h...gio
Imported lloyugfort or Swiss Cheene.
per lb., at S0o
xciovxajrx statsi ron xvjib
The Oraaee of qaaitty,
Per dosen aOe, SSa, soe. SBe, 40e
It Etas BTo Bqeat for QaaUty sad riavo.
The Bees Mixed, 1911 Oroa Vew BTnts,
per lb., et iTUs
mga rvoDnroa, rai ajto oaksb.
i S V, own. MV"0'8' Raisins, lb ete
California heedleaa Haisins,
Pr pkg Ui ioe
c'ondecissd Mincemeat, pkg " . f e
The st Lemon. Orange or Citron Pl.
per lb., at aoo
TKB bkst aaxno ISIS VEW I Cl
TTTS. Ib I I 0
Kanoy Hips Tomatoes lb
e e a a e U
Kancy California Cauliflower,
I larire Houn Hunrhea
I Best '? Cod Oanherries auart
IB FHESSJ TXOXTAaiiXa.
hslf gsllpn, S1.23I full Qusrt. 75r
'. '. ! '. .751'
Cl L. 4 i up" gaiion. IMIrl run ouart ftle
16 TV DODGE D
socks or ties
and handkerchiefs together in
beautiful box set, 49, 98
Men's Initial Belts. . .50?, $1
Men's Initial Handkerchiefs,
silk or linen. .25, 35, 50-j
Heavy Pure Wool Socks on the
homo knitted order; white,
gray or black; pair, 35; 3
Unusually Attractive Cap Values
Trunk Department Specials
is and Butt cases niled with toilet articles make ideal prene
at 2? r?rr,nt JUcont. 111.00 values at lil.OO, UO OO vuluof
leg at 4S.0U, .
. ON FOURTH FLOOR.
DoUs, Games, Sleds, Rocking Horses. Tool fhMt. -
Flanos. Mecbaniral ami Klectrlcai Toys Every. J
thing for the Little One Fourth Floor.
for m wn 85o alia.
iiSVFi .toy wlth "rder" Uke '''tY't'iZ-
Teddy B.ui 'from fi.Vs tV.V.V.'.V.V.V 2 '
Xroa OomtaiaatiOB aka..T. 39o..
.w uvie, kllUlt;ri n
BSC, 35o, 85o -
. .BB.50 t) 850
Mammoth Meat De
ata Saving of 25 Per
Cent to 50 Per Cent
No. 1 Fresh Pork Loins 9V4
No. 1 Hindquarters Spring Lamb,
No. I Forequartera Bprlng Lamb,,
No. 1 Steer Pot Roast lOe. 8f
No. 1 Steer Round Steek. .15V4
no. 1 Fresh Spare Ribs
No. J Rib DolUng ...
Home-made Sausage . .
Armour's Star Hams . ,
No. 1 Lean iiacou . . . ,
No. 1 Pack Baoon
No, 1 Salt Pork ....
Morrell's Dolled Ham .
We will have a large sup
ply of Fresh Dressed Tur-,
keys, Geese, Ducks and
Chickens for your Christmas
Special in Candy
Assorted Nut Caramels, lb.,10
Stick Candy, all flavors, lb. .13,
Vanilla Chocolate, regular 25c
quality, lb jj
Butter Scotch Wafer. Ib...l4c
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-insa t'andles B.iturUar. JJ
auhl Uuvugbaut the world.
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