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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1915)
'run rek: omaha. Wednesday, dixemheu 2-. ioir.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
SHORTEST DAY OF
THE ENTIRE YEAR
"Townsead's for tjortlnff Goods."
Oift Certificates Edhotm Jeweler
We Knot Flint Xt Soft Peacon Freaa '
ci,ri.tm Tr.. ugMmg oatm , When D B lengthen
I-urgrss-Grsndcn company. .
To 811 Ksal Estate, list It with J. M. vuiu cfcins 10 0MCI15UIC11,
Tiumont Co.. Kfellne Bldg.
To Borrow Mour on rcs.1 estate,
J II. ruinont & Co., IWltno IUig
Teachers' Exams ! Wees j
Tuesday and "Wednesday toaohors' m- Tndav TW.mW 99 U (ha M
Say the Sage.
FORTY DAYS TO GROUNDHOG
amlnatlon will held at Central man
Murie Kearney Oeta DtToree Mrs.'
Marls Kearney h been awarded a de
cree of divorce on grounds of cruelty and
Today's Hone Program" eiasslflsd
aectlon today. It appear In The Bee
EXCLUSIVELY, rind out what the
tlous moving picture theater offer.
The sjtate Bank of Omaha, corner Six
teenth and Harney. Pays FOUR per cent
on time deposits and THREK per cent
on savinga accounts. All deposits in this
tank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of tho slate of Nebraska.
rirsmsa Throws tram Wagon liana
Hansen and llomor House, city firemen
at engine house No. 14, wore bruised and
lacerated when they ere thrown from a
wagon at Thirty-first street and Ames
avenue. Their Injuries are not serious.
Breaks Ankle by rail Frank Komm,
13P1 Douglas street, su.italnod a broken
right ankle when he slipped and, fell on
tho pavement at Twelfth and Farnara
street. He was attended by police sur
geons and taken to St. Joseph's hospital.
Colorado Business Good R. 8. Ruble,
assistant general pussenger agent of the
Union raclflc at Denver, la at headquar
ters and asserts that business throughout
Colorado Is far ahead of last winter and.
In fact, the best In many years. Colorado,
asserts Mr. Ruble, has bad a perfect win
ter, thougta there been unusually heavy
snow in tho mountains for this early in
To Hold Out n Salary Upon recom
mendation of Commissioner Kugel, the
city oouncil dismissed charges filed
against Patrolman George Emery by
Chief of Police Dunn. It was stipulated
that Arthur Shields, secretary - In the
chief's office, shall collect $26 of Emery's
salary each month and prorate the
amount among creditors until all claims
hava been settled.
That is to say. it is the little day
in fact, the "littlest" day In all the
Promptly at 4:16 p. m. the well
known eun will reach his farthest
point south. He will "ring in" and
Immediately start back on his track
to the north, to the good old summer
time, to base ball season, to ice cream
-KOda-choc'late-sundae season, Palm
Leach season, vacation season, canoe
log, swimming, moonlight walks
season, country club season, "not-cnough-for-yeh?
Yes. it's the shortest d-y. lfooray!
From now on every little bit added to
what we've got makes the day just a
little bit more.
Wednesday, the shortest day, Is Just
nine hours and eight minutes long. The
sun rises at 7. IS and sets at 4:5. accord
ing to Father Higge's precise calculations
for Omaha's latitude.
To Lesitsea Slowly.
Yes, the days have reached their short
est But they are a bit alow about length
ening Just at first. They stay exactly the
same length until December t which Is
Just one minute longer. December 81 will
be two minutes longer and then they be
gin to lengthen pretty steadily.
Don't put away your flannels and heavy
overcoat and eartabs and goloshes Just
yet. though. It will be quite a little
while till it's apple blossom time In
Omaha. For, "when the days begin to
lengthen the cold begins to strengthen."
It's forty days yet till the groundhog
comes out and takes a look about and
sniffs the air to see whether spring Is at
But it's the shortest day, anyway.
One Man Who Has No
Feeling for Fellow
Men at Christmas
"There are some things," say Pat Me
Govern, the parcel post manipulator of
the local office, "that no real gentleman
will do. One of these things is to send
a skunk's skin through the mails."
The pacel post people appreciate that
the colors of a skunk skin may be very
, beautiful. They also appreciate that the
odors of a skunk akin are not very beauti
ful. No, no, not very beautiful.
The skin In question came in from a
point out in the stats. It was stated that
. the mall oar crew tied it outside tho
door of the flying- mall train. The clerk
on the car that brought it from the
" station to the postofflce was In an ex
hausted condition and almost in need
of a pulmotor.
But it was finally delivered to the ad
dressee. It's bard to "phase" these mall
handlers. .... i
Coming in 'Sumurun''
Gertrude Hoffman comes, to the
. Oi pheum the week of January t. in her
monster production of "Bumurun." This
is declared to be the biggest sensation
that Miss Hoffmann has ever offered,
and It Is by far the biggest production
that has ever beon undertaken In vaude
ville. When Max Relnhardt sent his
own company to present his wordless
play "Sumurun" to the Casino theater,
iew iorK, .miss jioiimnnn ut-viutru iu
; secure the American right for vau
deville. " which she did, and her success
has verified her Judgment "Sumurun"
is from the tales of the Arabian Nights.
It is In eight scenes. Miss Hoffmann
, carries a company of more than sixty
and her own orchestra of thirty.
M'DONALO IS FINALLY
CONFIRMED BY COUNCIL
After several months of suspense J. W.
McDonald has been confirmed by the city
council as office engineer In the public
improvements department at a salary of
$125 per month.
Mayor Dahlman and Commissioners
Hummel and Butler voted against the ap
pointment. This matter harks back to the last city
primary and election. Mr. McDonald re
signed from the park department to file
as a primary candidate for city commis
sioner. Losing at the primary he aligned
himself with the "big six" and worked
against "the square seven."
Still Time to
Help Some Worthy
Folks in Need
Mrs. Doane of the Associated Char
ities reports liberal response to ap
peals for aid already made.
She has some farther cases, all
worthy, for which she asks immedi
Here are three:
No. 16. Man, laborer, irregular
work. Three children, 6, 5 and 3.
Lost part of furniture in fire.
Mother sickly. Need all kinds
No. 17. Father unable to get
work. Fire children, 10, 8, 6,
4 and 1 1-2. Very neat and
clean. Need help on rent and
No. 18. Woman, deserted. Two
children, 9 and 4. Mother does
day work and has hard time to
Will YOU help one of these t
Send donations direct to Mrs.
Doane at the Associated Charities
or to The Bee. ,
APPROVAL SALES Samuel Burns Tries His Hand
WILL BE CUT OUT' at Helping to Make the Weather
Omaha Retail Merchants Deter I
mined to Learn Satisfactory
Flan of Abolishing Evil.
WOMEN TAKE ADVANTAGES
The Associated Retailors are deter
mined to learn
bunds and mort-
Is ell known
5am Bums, meteorologist and weather
prophet. Is not so well known.
Tet they are one and the same man.
Pam Burns Just burns to know all
bout the wenthor. He lores all kinds
. uiviiin, .-uirnmiiiinni, rurpnipiri i,
a satisfactory method ; hygrometers, lie has a florli ef them
or eliminating the evils of the active " me ana go m and
, .. . ,. ' feed temeratures and pressures and
and popular 'end-out-on-approvar j lium,dltl0, t0 tnein Iu 0VM to m(n), m
and "return goods" practice. With up and see m go.
a view to learning all about what bu' ver5' book ,llt "' t
, ... . . . ... I about the weather and he reads them
other large cities are doing in thlsjam, pomlPrs hpm- , f,mjlUr
respect, J. W. Metcalfe, secretary of figure tin in cvionel Welsh's orfics at
the Associated Retailers, Is to Start 'tn United Stale weather bureau where
Th,. . j,i i h angsres In deep discussions about the
Thursday for a long tour, during jhaMu cf ,h( Mptlher n M- nUv 1lr
which time he will Visit St. Louis, toecasionally In the course of his bto
Kansas City, Louisville, Indianapolis found researvhes Mr. Burns evolves a
I new tneorj- or meteorological phenomena.
(Then he hastens, early the next mortilne.
to Colonel Welch's office and explains It.
PETTY THIEVES MAKE
SEVERAL SMALL HAULS
Paul Peterson. 1S1T Park avenue, re
ports to the police that Ms overcoat, val
ued at S10, was stolen from his auto,
which was parked at Eaghteeath and
Jim Dolan, 2017 North Nineteenth
street, is minue a set of harness, valued
at $10, which was taken from his barn.
Ed Bowman, Havens hotel, asserts that
clothes to the value of S15 was taken
from his room.
John Gregor, Northwestern hotel, woke
up this morning to find that 115 was ab
stracted from his trousers.
SUIT FOR MUSIC LESSONS
IS SETTLED OUT OF COURT
A dispute between Jean Gilbert Jotie,
music teacher, and Miss Pearl twrence,
a student, which has been pending In
loesl courts for five years, has Just been
settled, according to a stipulation filed in
Five years ago MUs Lawrence sued Mr,
Jones for 1330, and Mr. Jones filed a
ounter-clalm. alleging that the plaintiff
owed him SI? for music lessons. The
esse was tried in county court and was
appesled to district court, where It has
reposed ever since.
FRIEDRICH EWOLD, HERE
THIRTY-FOUR YEARS, DEAD
Frlederich Ewold. 6S year old, residing
at 125 Cedar street and a resident of
Omaha for the last twenty-five years,
died at his home Monday afternoon. The
funeral will be held from Hoffman's
chapel. Twenty-fourth and Dodge streets,
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clook, with tn-
2rment at Laurel Hill "cemetery.
Mr ' Bwold waa a member of the lland-
wehr Vereln and also the America! camp
of the Woodmen of the World.
"ROOMIES" AWAKE FIRST;
GATHER UP VALUABLES
Oust Keller, 1818 Dodge street, reports
to the police that his roommate arose be
fore he did yesterday and stole SS and
an alarm clock. Tom Mahoney of the
City hotel had a similar experienoe, los
ing 129, an overcoat and a pair of shoes.
ICE HARVEST SOON
TO START IN IS EST
Union Facifio Will Start to Cut at
Laramie, Wyo.. the Day Fol
ICE IN NEBRASKA IS SLOW
The Western Fruit Express com
pany, that handles the Ice supply for
the Union Pacific, will start the an
nual ice harvest the day following
Christmas, the first cutting to he on
the reservoir at Laramie, Wyo. The
ice Is now twelve inches thick and it
ib asserted that with a continuance
of the present kind of weather, the
dsy following Chrlatmss, three
iuches will be added to the thick
ness. A week later Ice cutting will
begin at Evanston and Green River,
With the mild weather In Nebraska,
the ice crop In this stnte has been slow
In maturing. At liothenburg, where n
large quantity of Ice Is cut each wlnler
for the Union Pacific Ire houses on the
Nebraska division, the Ice Is only fiv
Inches thick and Is freezing very slow!)-.
In the vicinity of Omaha the Ice Is from
two to four Inrhes thick, with llttl
prospect of soon freeslng to a sufficient
thickness to peck.
On the lee fields st Laramie the V.'es;
em Fruit express Is Installing an ctrlc
Ice cutting machine which will greatly
facilitate the harvest. It consists of a
circular saw with a twenty-four Inch out.
It Is mounted on a truck that Is propel
led by a motor.. The truck la guided by
one man and It will cut Ire about as
rapidly aa a man ran walk. Another man
carries the electric feed wire that takes
the current from the electric plant of ti e
town. With the machine the two men will
cut Ice as fast as eight men can pack
At these places he will get In touch
with the retail associations and study
their methods. All of these places men
tioned have made a definite effort to
eliminate this evil, which has grown to
great proportions In Omaha. Omaha re
tailers say that women will often have
valuable hats, gowns, coats, robes sent
out to the house on approval or with
the privilege of returning them, when as
a matter of fact they intend to return
them all tho time, and merely have them
delivered to be worn to a ball or other
sorlsl function. "We have been the laugh
ing stock of some of these women,"
said one retailer; "we are so easy."
Few Mes T Far.
steps thus far taken In Omnhs to cu-b
this practice have gone no further thun
to list these women who abuse the prac
tice most Big retail stores hsve lists of
their names and addresses. An effort is
being made here to educate them to stop
the practice. If this does no good, then
the women, are to be refused the goods
While on this Junketing trip Mr. Met
calfe Is also to study the credit systems
employed, and the working of the credit
burau of the various retailers' orgsn
ttstions In these cities.
At suih limes, tlie colonel, siand ng
on the heights and surrounded by the
wisdom gathered by thirty or forty or
mebby fifty jeers prophesying leather,
proceeds to puncture Psm's ne theory
nnd rxplain Just nhy ll can't bo.
Is Hsin disheartened? Not a bit of It.
He goes right out and buys another nrm
ful of books and a new held of ther
mometers, hygrometers and larotw-t ra
with a alnd gauge or two. Installs lt-m
it Ms pilvifl mcsther factory end goes
light to nuid rftoaiUilng souit :nuro
and d'scoverliic now things.
And the dally weather maps! Why.
say, the first thing Sam does in the
morning Is to study the weather map.
After he hn.1 ascertained that the tem
perature is 40 below at Medicine Hat and
A) ahovo at Talahassee, and that trie
barometer Is i.f0 at Portland, Ore., Wit t
a correspondingly hlsh pressure over the
lakes and upper valleys, thus proving
that there will he showers in and about
Tombstone, Arls.. and Kokotno, Jnd.
after he has devoured this Information,
we say, he is ready to rest a languid eye
over the stock msrfcrt and sip his morn
Once, it is ssld, Mr. Burns started out
prophesying weather. Uke 'most every
body elss, he thought ha could "hit It"
oftener fnn the weather bureau. It ttai
one of the proudest moments of Colftnel
Welsh's lire when Ssm. one snowy, bllv
sardy. windy tlsy for wtil-h he hud pre
dicted "fair and warmer, ' csme up and
"Ouesa I'll le you do the pitllitlng
atr. Burns doem t predict much
but he research. You bet'
And his collection of thermometer.
hysrometer, barometers sn I win
HHUgt'S Is ens of the flnes In Capllli.
Robert Smith Gets
for Seven Judges
RorVt Smilh. clerk of the dtstil.-t
court, of r'iir ration fee fsme. Is se.
curing signatures to petitions for th
candidacies of all seven district Judges
at the next primary.
Kach and every one of the Judges Is
e candidate for renomlnatlon. ajid M
i'ilth went to eecli with a reciceat for a
I hlsnk petition. He now lis seven peti
tions srrl vlsltois to the office are re
Quested to sign all of them. The county's
suit SRSlnst Mr. Pmlt:i for lW natur
alisation fees Is now awslting Judicial tis-
There hse h'en numerous rumors thst
the een Jurtnos Intend to units In their
campaign, ami that the candidate who
"breaks In" will have to he a swift trav.
eler, but the judges deny this story.
New Oil Field is
Struck in Wyoming
FREDRICKKSON TO LEAVE
FOR CENTRAL AMERICA
it. 15. Vredrlckjinn expects to stsrt for
Central America net ftunday, where h
will remain for several month, looking
after his mining Interests there. Mrs
Fredrlekson will remain In Omaha.
While on n hunting expedition In Cen
trrl America during the summer, Mr.
Kiedrkk:rn. In psrtnershid with a
lal from Penvrr, bought a large
in thst country and th two are now go
Ing to build some s'jbstnntial stamp mtllii
to mill the ore. They expect to lay sfrni
tracks and ( the place equipped for
efficient in n.ng as It never hss been
Another Wyoming o'l fi-M la being de-'
veloped nlong tro l;ig Muddy river,
about midway between f"fll.r nM
Douglas, along the I'nes of the Nort'i
westem and Ilin lington. It Is asserted
that there Is a large area that Is under
Inld with ol! sand snd that oil hi.? e-n
struck In a do:en or moi wells that
have ben put down.
Tiie new field. It Is sa?eited. extends
alontf the railroads 100 m ien or m end
noith into the hill country a distance of
Pl-slxty to eighty mlls. Within the field
mine, there la a large acreage of deeded land
A "Foe Fs'e" ad l turn seceiid-ha.il
fi rnlt ire Into tas'i.
and en a great deal of this leases have
leen taken. The balance of the land
within the area la subject to filings
and up to tills t wir nono cf It hits
been mltlulrawn by tho government,
though a withdrawal order Is looked for
at almost any tlm. ns government
agents within the last three weeks have
been scouting over the entire country t-e-tween
Casper and Douglas.
Oongihed for Three
A grateful sufferer writes:
cine. Dr. King's New Discovery, cured
my cough of three years standing." 60c,
All druggists. Advertisement.
Lads Have. Close Call
When Sled Hits Cari
I,. Ksrgul. aged 11 years. 41T poppleton
avenue, and Tony Nlgro. sged V yesrs.
r, Pierce street, narrowly escaped se
rious injury when a sle,l on wh'ch they
were coasting at Blxth and William street
eollidd with the front end of a etroet
th.t hiniwiiMl to he statlonaiv st the
I Ilia Ftnlh ladvS Were JlllTfd from the j
s'ert when the collision ucmrred and sus
tained slight bruises.
Ninetv-five publleat i" '
newspapers and weekly and monthly pub
llcatlont, go out of Omaha through tie
postoffiee. Thia means ninety-five Sep- j
arnte and distinct periodicals that w
printed In Omaha, and entered at thif
Omaha postofflce as second-class matter, j
Scrofula and all
Humors Give Way
There are many things learned from ;
experience and observation that the ol ! r j
generation should Impress upon ths
younger. Among them Is the faet that
scrofula and other burners sre mi st sue - ;
cesfully treated with Hood s ."srsspar-,
Ilia. This great medicine Is a pcullsr j
combnatlon of remarkably ef'ecl.e,
blood-purifying and health-giving rots. j
barks snd herbs, and has been tested for ,
forty vears. Oet It tadsy.-Adveitlf emont.
POET NOTES TO BE GUEST
OF THE PALIMPSIST CLUB
Alfred Noyes. well known English poet
sud exchange professor at Princeton uni
versity, and Mrs. Noyes will be guests
of the Palimpsest club at a banquet at
the Hotel Ponetenelle the evening of
January T. Mr. Noyes comes to Omaha
to sadress the Fine Arts society the aft
ernoon of January T, so the Psllmpsest
club took advantage of the moment to
have Mr. and Mrs. Noyes as honor guests
st the club's dinner that evening.
GIRL KNOCKED DOWN AND
INJURED J3Y AUTOMOBILE
.Miss Pirdie FKtman. Cn'on. Xeb., was
severely bruistd about the risht hip
vhen an a-ito moving fry.n tlie parking
d.f'rlet above tfixtrrnth and DouxiH
t re struck snd knoekrd her down.
The Sl'tU. W'lieh t-elOIUIll t'l llK. Wil
li' i.i llocliefortl. sr.. r ?t pr, l,y
-,iii:ker. ;iS Irf-a.ci'uon1, i-' 'it, M
I , ,; n was iitleiHle.i l, ! -. II
jasuii, l" huse of f'vv' li "
THAT HE'LL ENJOY
Vftu'll An this If thev come from either of the Gettrn
Our business is strictly a cigar business and our success rests entirely on satisfying
our customers by glrlnc tbem only the highest quality goods the market affords.
Don't take chance on satisfying, him by buj Ing his Christmas smokes anywhere, JuM
becitnse the clerk tells you they are good.
Come to real all the year around cigar store where experienced cigar salesmen tan
Advise you Intelligently as to Just what brand to give him.
Come In today and place your CbrUtuuts orders. We will deliver whew you say.
LUCIUS CLEAR HAVANA
3 for 25c, to 25c each.
Boxes of 10, 25 and 50.
Queen of Havana Cigars, Tampa, FU.
9 for 85c. to a for 50e.
Boxes of 25 and 50, from 93 to 94 per bo.
Made la bond
S t or
Boxes of 2A and
:l genio f
1. Clear Havana Cigar. I
25f, to 25c eatb. I
1 50, from $2.25 to $10.00. J
King of broad leaf wrapped cigars.
Always popular 5o, 3 for 25c, and 10c.
Cans of 2.1, boxes of 26 and BO.
Mild Havana Cigar, 10c, listtc -Triple
wraDDcd. In boxes of 10. fl.OO.
Makes an especially attractive package
for Christmas gift.
JT, and 50 boxes, $2.0o and $4.00 each.
Cigar and Cigarette Holder.
Cigar and Cigarette Cases
A Wlckham Stores.
WE ALSO CARRY ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS.
We want you to feel perfectly at home when you come into either
ef our stors to mass vuri'ha and you can be assured or re
ceiving gentlemanly and courteoua treatment from our aalesmcn.
nd. hy the way, suggest to HIM tl at we have ths kind of candy
GETTEN & WICKHAM COMPANY
"THE HOUSE OF VALUES" TWO STORES.
r.ii-2 SO. 10TH hT. iw-i rnM bi
0ineite Her tiraiul Hotel.
Thou 1 Hi" a. 8318.
Opposite, Y. O. V. lluiWiiig.
I'liont; ToiU. 2X71.
uilivKiaaM' : s er ai. ca -e-''w-H i
Ac Cfirisimas Store for GvcrijBoctij
Tuesday, Her. 21, 1015.
m iw nw ihiy
HTOitK m:vs von vkini:s1f.y,
rii.me Doug. 137.
Store Open Evenings Until Xmas
Ctearaway of TOYS That Have Become
Slightly Damaged at About One-Fourth Off
rrHEY'RE the toys find playthings that have become more or loss scratched or marred
i- hy handling during the holiday rush. Toys that you xvill find that are most pleas
ing to the little folks and in every instance they're remarkable values.
Anrgtsa-tratB Co. roorih Tloor.
Men's NECKWEAR at 50c
A Special Lot of High-Grade Scarfi ia a Sale for Wednesday
R Hi JIT at the eleventh hour, practi
cally, we were offered a special
o'c of men's fine neckwear for the holi
day business. The selection was o
good that wo just could not pass it b
Tho shipment came in Monday by ex
press and opened so much better than
we expected that we can't help telling
you about it here.
The twirl's are made by one of the best
neokwear manufacturers In the country full
vV length, with lare flowing ends and a beauti
ful ranse of rich new colorings and patterns.
Wo uonnlder t-: values way out of tho ordinary at the price we
ofer tbem. 50c.
Holiday boxes if you desire.
Buntis-Ifssk Co. Mats floor.
A Belated Shipment of HOLIDAY
SLIPPERS Receive Mention Here
SEVERAL new lots of holiday slippers for men, women
and children. A belated shipment came in Monday,
presenting a splendid selection for Christmas gift giving.
Women's knit sllppen. all colors and
combinations, pair, .eoc, f 1 aod il5
Eiderdown slumber slipper, all colors
and combinations for men, women
and misses 80c and Wo
Women's comfy sllppen, In a splendid
selection, at, pair...l.V3 and
Women's felt fur and ribbon trimmed
slippers, best quality, pair ftJSa
Men's slippers in a big selection, at, per
pair 89c to 98JV0
Child's and misses' norclty felt slippers.
leather soles SAc to $1.00
aryess.aah Ca. ssoa4 Floor.
IN THE CRICKET ROOM
CHRISTMAS festivities are not complete without
plentv of candy. "We have plenty and are willing to
Martha Washington Chocolates, per
La Zeus Chocolates, assorted kinds,
per lb 60c to $1.00
Maillard's New York Candies, all
uzt packages, at, lb $1.00
Mullane's Famous Cincinnati Taf
fies and Chocolates, lb., 10c to 50c
Johnston's Milwaukee Chocolates, lb. 91.25
Bunt Bros, forty kinds, lb.. 40c to OOe
' surg - etaafais fleer. OxUket Beess.
In the Easement Section.
I'ail caudies for Sunday school?, churches or organiza
tions nt special prices.
J T f 1 I I ml 1 Tl 1
snare with you
Prsns. large site, lb litre?
Filberts, large and veil ruled, pr
Praflla. large and washed, lb .
Burgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.aaa i - -Jf
Every Bey or Girl
Will Want Skates
fo r Chr i stm as
and you can do no better
than to make your selection
from our stock. The very
best makes are included for
boys, girls, men and women,
49c to $5.03.
urgess-3Tash ce. Tearta floor.
Similar to Picture
Ev hR man who
consider one of
stands a very ac
ceptable and pleas
sets, similar to Illustra
tion, with glass ash
tray, cigar bolder and
match safe, special for
Wednesday, at I.T8.
nrges-aaa Cm. TklrS fTos.
At $4.98 to $19
AS automobile rob certainly
would make a most accept
able gift. Our showing embraces
pretty Scotch or American plaids,
fancy plusb Nargjo patterns and
plain shades for electrics or limou
sines. Prices range t).&8 to 919.
sUtrgees.gaah Oe asasat.
Nuts for Xmas
The Highest Grade
Peanuts, fresh roasted, lb.. 74
English walnuts, large aie, at. per
English walnuts', small site, per
Almonds. California, paper shell.
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