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PILLOW SLIPS FOR
Society Women Meet with Mr. 0. C.
Redick to Sew Alio on Chest
TO SHIP BIO SUPPLY SOON
The Franco-IVglan Hllcf aoclty nwt
yesterday at 1 o'clock- with . Mra. O.
('. KcrtUk. The work of the lat week
haa brn making hoepllal auppllea, and
ronatKnnient nf pillow allpa will aoon
be ahlpned tn hoapltala where there la a
vital need for auch auppllea. The work
on the cheat protectory for the refujeea
ta practicality finished.
Tha memtera of the aocletjr are:
John A. M. Shane. F. A. H non.
W. C Hlmnnnn,
John I.. Kenm ay.
V. S. lletr.
Frank Ham; I on,
C. V. Manrinra in,
F. I. Klrkendall,
If. If. l aldrloe.
O. t'. Redick.
Charlra O futt,
J. K. Fuminera,
A. C. Smith.
to Sell Dolls Here
for Polish Relief
Madam Paderewakl'a roll eh refuge
dolla, the aale of which by New York
aorlcty women and debutantea waa all the
tag 'n New York City thla winter, will
be aotd back of tha atage after tha
Taderewtkl concert of the charity con
cert courae Monday evening at the Audi
torium. Large autographed photographa of the
brilliant Polish pianist and various
Polish aouvanlra will be Bold In the
artlal'a room, the entire proceeda to go
to the- Tol ah vlctlma' relief fund.
Omaha women returning from New
York City In the laal few weeka have
brought the quaint Polish dolla V',h
them. Mrs. H. C. Sumney la the lateat to
return from the eaat with one of theae
dolla. having purchaaed her dill at the
Hotel Gotham of Madame Paderewekl
Lam week the dolla were aold at the
Congreaa hotel in Chicago, the women
of the Chicago Opera company having
aalated In the aale.
SEVENTY-FIVE WOMEN IN
- INDOOR GOLF TOURNAMENT
At the wonian'a indoor golf tourney,
held Monday at the Indoor Uolf school,
Mr. Allan Palmer of the Field club
won the firft prise, offered for th beat
core, made by a first-time player on
an Indoor courae. Th second prlie waa
? h Vrs.' Btuart Johnson of the Pret
tiest Mil Golf . club. Seventy-five play
competed. ANNUAL CHURCH DINNER IS '
, TO BE THIS EVENING
Th annual dinner of the First Congre
gational -church wjll. be given in the
churrh parlor. . ' th' evening at
half after 4 o'clock. The dinner is eon
idered by . the members of 7ha church
to b their biggest aoc'al event of th
year, and preparations have been made
to set plate for S0O dlnera Wednesday
evening. The committee of arrangement
la In charge of Mra. E. P. Ellis and Mr.
8. If. Sterns. - v
MRS. GUY PARKE IS HERE
. VISITING HER PARENTS
Mra. Out Parke of Decatur, 111., form
erly Mies Gertrude Chamber of Omaha,
i In th city for over a week, during
wMeh . tlinn aha will b . entertained
by Mra.' Frank Johnson, Mra. Will Ism
Chambere, and Mr. W. It. Adair. Thura
dr evening Mra. Johnson will entertain
for Mra. Parke at the Brandela theater
and afterward at iupper at the Hoi .1
1 Fontenelle, .
MISS GIFF0RD ENTERTAINS
THE TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB
The Tuesday Bridge club was enlor
latned .yesterday ' by Miss Anna Glf
ford, at her home. Two tablea were placed
for the. jrame.. Those present were: . .
. M ! - Misses
T'.iiKeni.. Patterson, Gertrude Metl,
Anne tiifford. Harriet Mets,
Alice Jsoulth, l.iK-He Huron.
Marion Kulin. Stella Thummel.
BRIDGE CLUB CHANGES
.ITS DATE FOR MEETING
The Senior Tuesday Bridge club, which
was to meet yesterday for tha first
time this season with Miss K! Us both
Congdon, haa postponed the meeting
until Thursday afternoon. The club will
change Ha day of meeting,, probably to
Friday afternoon for tb winter.
FALLS ON ICE TWICE AND
NOW LIVES AT THE HOTEL
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Singer have tem
porarily dosed their home In Dundee and
era now living at the Hotel Loyal. Two
unfortunate tall- on icy walka sustained
recently by Mra linger occasioned the
change In residence.
Mr.- and Mra. William D. Adulr have
moved Into their new residence at nj
CLUB HOLDS A SESSION
: The Kenslr.f ton-Luncheon club met
yeeterday wltb Mra. Robert Fisher, The
M-rtiber of tb club are:
Metodaoiea Meadame -
Paul Hens. Martin Buehler.
V alter Pratt. Robert Usher.
O-riea J Hubbard, Charles Goff.
, Ml.- il(li lase. .
SYMPOSIA SOCIETY MEETS
; WITH MISS KULAKOFSKY
. M'e i Hannah Kulakofsky entertained
t!ie member of the Fympoal society oa
r'unday afternoon. The next meeting will
be. held In two weeks hence at the horn
of ilia Dullia Lewis.
. J.-..r, tk M te. fm C .1-..
Jtardea your eystem with Bell's P1n-Ttr-Money.
Jt K I i la tb cold germ; cures
the coujrh. Only --'. All drug-gist. A4-
. Ci LutiUclll.
Goes to Lincoln to
Health Week to
Mr!". K. H. J. Ed holm haa gone to Lin
coln to attend eeveral conference! In con
nection with the observance of Paby
llealt:i week, beginning March 4, a move
ment aiKineorcd by club women all over
Thla evenlnc Mra. Kdholm ad
dreaaea the newly organlred Home Kco
nomlra club at faculty hall In the uni
versity temple. Thla organlastlon la com
poaed of university girls whom Prof.
Alice Loom Is haa banded together to aa
rlst in the Baby Health campaign.
Mra. A. E. Davidson of Lincoln, state
chairman of home economic, and Mrs.
Hugh La Master of Tecumseh. civic
chairman of th Nebraaka Federation of
Women cluba. and Mra. Edholm, health
chairman, wilt confer with regard to th
Mra. Edholm la atato chairman of the
antl-tuberculoala aoclety, president of the
Nebraska Society for the Btudy and Pre
vention of Tuberculosis and waa recently
appointed apecial agent for the federal
children' bureau In Nebraska.
European War May
Give This Country
Ta th war going to leave the young
women of the countrle engaged less ac-
It would seem so when one read a i
letter lately received from England oy
Mlsa Dorothy Brown, who attended school
at Folkatono In Kent, and had to re
turn homo because of the war.
"My music teacher," the llnea run,
haa joined the Artists' Rifles, O. T. C.
so that Is the end of our mile leesona
-Isn't It sad? The Belgian aoldler, wba
give u French leaaona, la making muni
tion, ao after Christmas, we ahall not
have any more desaona,"
Another department of education wnicn
la feeling the lack of Instructor la In
physical education In Great Britain. All
the available teachera are In tha
trenchea. The Engllah boy who won the
priea In gymnaatlca last year In the
government gymnaalum in Denmark la
now "aomewher In Flandera."
He had been sent to Denmark to come
home to Introduce Danish phyalcal edu
cation Into tha Engllah school.
Perhaps, after the war I over, Amer
ica my t the educational gainer. An
Influx of French and Belgian gentle
women la expected and good governesses
may be eaaily obtained and at aalarle
such a have been customary In Europe.
Rotary Club is
, to Visit Around
Notice for thla week's Rotary club
meeting call for a gathering at th Fon
tahelle Tea room lnatead of th Hen
ahaw IUthakellar. It la not to b a
pink tea, thougli, merely th tart of a
new ;)ollcy to have th ealon vtait
around at the vartou popular meeting
cpinAY NiriuT is PIPE
NIGHT AT UNIVERSITY CLUB!
Friday evening will be "pipe night"
at th University club. The Harvard club
of Nebraaka will provide the chief fea
ture of th entertainment. Mr. licggle
Brown, Harvard '. of the coachlnir
staff. will demonstrate how Harvard
built her great foot ball team, Mr. Brown
will give a talk and show th action of
coaching methods, Illustrated by moving
pictures .of the Yale-Harvard and other
prominent games. ' . .
'AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB
MEETS WITH MRS. RALPH
.The Ttfedsy Kvenlng' Auction Bridge
club mtt last evening with Mr. and
Mra. Hoy Ralph. The Kueata of the occa
sion wri Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ralph
und Mr. and Mra. Ben Funk of tplrll
l-ke. a., tha house guests of Dr. and
Mra. Edwin H. Jenks. The member of
the club are:
Messrs. and Mcadames
Karl hherman, N. II. Tyson,
M. C, I'reifer, ' Harvev Wing, .
J. H. Bhinn. Roy Ralph. .
CLUB SENDS GREETINGS
TO MFLAND MRS. YOST
Felicitations to Mr. and Mr. Casper
E. Yost on tbelr golden wedding anni
versary, went out from th executive
commute of the Commercial club. Th
committee voted on thla at noon, aa Mr.
Yost haa long been a member of th
club executive committee and Is an ex
president. President John L. MoCague
conveyed the word of good feeling from
ALTAR GUILD OF TRINITY
PLANS FOR WINTER WORK
The Altar Guild of Trinity pariah met
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Hattry Gate
for a social gathering and discussion of
Plans for the winter and early spring
Tkta afternoon the Parish Aid so
ciety meets st the Deanery for Its regu
lar business session.
ENTERTAINS AT A BOX
PARTY FOR HER SISTER
Mra P. B. Doyle will entertain at a box
party Tliursdiy evening for her slater,
Mias Ellen Wylla of KnoxvUle. Teno .
who will return to her horn Saturday
evening after a month a visit in Omaha.
IN AND OUT CFTHE BEE HIVE
Mis Marry Hulme of Chicago, arrived
yesterday to b the gueat of Mr.
John II. Beaton. Wednesday afternoon
Mr. Beaton will give a luncheon at hr
horn to twelv In honor of her guests.
Mia Raftree a rut Mis Hulme.
Mis Helen BUby left Hunday evening
to apend two weeka in Chicago. Sh will
b Joined nxt week oy Mia Marie Rlloy
and together the yuung women will g-J
on to Havana, Cuba, for tt winter.
Mts Helen Dennis, bo was a week
end guest at I lie Dvlta lcKa Delta hou
at th atate university, teturned home
R. J. Money of Regina. 6aakat haa an.
recently lett fur Colorad.i in routa
lil noma in t-anada after apendlng-ti
Be Held in March
holidays her with hla alster. Mra. P. B.
Iienda, Madon hotel.
Big Corporation '
Has Trade Mark to
TJ -fnr Qfo Q
XOOSu 1UI jjldutJ j
"Bixnes Is BUnes" not always.
. Great business men have said there la
no sentiment in buslnea. It might b
true If It wer not for the fact that
business 1 operated by human beings,
and there is sentiment In every human
Men cannot always put aside love for
their fellow being or their , patriotism
and country prtdo. Men with red blood
In their veins must love and take prldft
in something, for love and pride are
sentiment, creep out even In that cold
And ao it happena that 'down at the
Omaha Light and Power company there
are some fellows who have let their senti
ment Into their business. It Isn't weak
ness on their part. It is the most whole
Most modern concerns have a trad
mark. The light company needed one.
Not the usual "lighting" trade mark
used by electric companies, but some
thing . different something that ' woyld
carry a tory with It wherever tha com
pany had correspondence, and serv aa
a reminder wherever It appeared.
" Now, Nebraska gains great wealth from
Its production of wheat and com. Wheat
and corn are recognised as th basis of
wealth in Nebraska, and with a whole
some regard for these great producers of
prosperity, the officers of the light com
pany decided on the sheaf of wheat and
the atock of corn, artistically arranged,
as a fitting trade mark 'for their con
"Neither com nor wheat symbolise tha
light or the power of electricity, " said
Mr. Zlmman, contract . agent, "but we
are grateful for the power they both have
to sustain life and provide funds for tha
necessities and the luxuries. In our
small way we feel like telling everyona
with whom -e come In contact that Ne.
Draaaa excels in ;tne production or wneat
and corn. It was Just a sentimental
notion with . us. It may look ' like a
queer trade mark' for a light and power
company, but 1 person cannot wonder
why, without 'coming face to face with
a little boost for Nebraska."
And they soy Corporations have neither
M. carta nor souls
Sprains Ankle in
Jump Taken to Get ,
Away from a Fire
Fire originating' from some undiscov
ered aource started in the hallway of
561 Dodge street, and before being ex
tinguished by th department badly dam
aged the home, a two-story frame struc
ture, and did conalderabl daruage to tha
contenta of tha dwelling, which is occu
pied by Mrs. . ( Jones. Mrs. Jones
and lnard Bengston, an Insurance
man. who rooms at th Jones place,
were talking together on the second
floor when they discovered tha fire. They
tiled to get down th front stairway,
but wer barred by flame and mok
nd retreated to the upper back porch.
Ralph Dermody. a student boarder, who
waa In the attic, joined them at their
call, while Frank Jones, aged 12 years,
snd Miarl Hugh, colored servant, who
wer on th ground floor, ran from the
plec and notified th department. ,
Mra Jone and Bengaton wer taken
from the porch by firemen, but Dermody
became excited and jumped, sustaining
a sprained ankle.
HENRY GLESSMANN GETS
BIG PRICE FOR H0LSTEINS
Henry C. Oleaamann of Rock Brook
farm, which Is located ' Just weat of
Omaha, held hi ninth annual auction sal
of Holateln cattle at th South Kid,
yard Monday, Mr. Glaaaman'a sale of
fifty-five head totalled $10,120, an average
of nearly $300 a head. The heaviest buy
ers wer P. i. Ackerlund of Valley, Neb.;
H. C. Hargrov of De Molnaa and F. J.
Farrington of Omaha.
Just One Application
and the Hair Vanish
(Modes or Today.) - ,
A harmless, yet very ffaetlva, treat
ment U her given (or th aulck rrmovtJ
of hairy growths: Mis enough powdered
delatone and water to cover the undo-,
atrable haJrs. apply, past and after t or
I minutes remove, wash tha skin and
tha hair have vaqifched. On application'
usually is sufficient, but to be certain of
result, buy tha delatone III an original
I package. Advertisement.
. FIXED JY BOARD
Old Directors Are Re-Elected and
Same Officers Chosen for An
COMMITTEES FOR YEAR NAMED
The Ak-8ar-Ben feaflvlty dates for
this year are flied September 26 to
October 7. The festivities, start Tues
day instead of Wednesday, as last
These details were concluded Mon
day evening at the Omaha club at
the annual "meeting of the board of
Before the meeting of the governors the
stockholders met and re-elected the three
governora whoae terms had expired. They
are Charles Beaton, F. W. Judson and J.
DeForrest Richards. A preferential bal
lot had been aent out to all the members
of Ak-Sar-Ben and theae three men whoae
terms had expired received the hhfh vote
In the preferential ballot. The atockhold
era acted upon the suggestion and re
Re-K.leet Old Officer.
Immediately after adjournment board
of governora convened and organized . by
re-electing everybody Everett Bucking
ham, president; Gould Diet, vice presl.
dent; Oeorg E. HaversWck, treasurer,
and J. D. Weaver, secretary.
The coming festivities and parades and
various entertainments were then Infor
An invitation from S. P. Walmsley of
New Orleans to the board of governora
to attend the - festivities of the Mardl
Ora at New Orleans in a body In March
wa read and accepted.
The governors were much pleased to
'earn from Secretary Weaver that the
membership for 1916 already at the end
tit t K flraft WMb V. - va, m,imRoa
) Committees Named.
Following is the personnel of the vari
ous standing committee a agreed upon
for the year. .
Finance Haverstlck, 'Brandela, Diets.)
Parade Nash, Saunders, Beaton.
BnllHosford. Buckingham, Diets. .
Ritual Black, Buckingham, Haverstlck.
Amusement Brandeis,' Black. Haver
stlck. House Diets, Black, Judson. . . .
Printing Brown. Hoeford, Nash.
Light Brown. Richards. Judson.
. Music Richards. Naah, Beaton.
Railway Saunders, Hoeford, Brandeis.
Purchase Beaton, Brown, Richards.
Membership Judson. Brown, Saunders.
Comm'ttee on Feml-Centennlal Celebra
tionDiets, Brandela, Naah, Brown,
City National Bank
" Building Company
C. C. George waa elected president of
the City National Bank Building com
pany, at he annual stockholders' meeting
of tho company yesterday; D. A. Baum
made vice president, John R. Webster
aecretary and treasurer and John Potter
Webster, assistant secretary and assist
ant treasurer. George & Co. have been
agents for . the building sine It was
erected and Edwin. 8. Jewell Is building
It was reported that every atore and
lOfflce In tha bulldinv Is rented. In other
words,that the floor space Is 100 per cent
-rented. The total rent Item la $155,000 a
j yer. Of this sum all but $343.90 had been
received at the close of the year's bus
Here is Chance to
Earn $60,000 Easily
. Do you want to earn $60,000 In about a
"Tou can do it," as the correspondence
chool ads say.
Just tip the government sleuths off as
to who stole th $600,000 worth of Internal
revenue stamp In St. Paul, Mum., th
other . day. Tour reward will be th
above-named tidy sum, for that la th
pleaaant cuatom of the government In
dlacouragtng the escape of evildoers.
Hll atat. Near 41k.
Us Rooms Earh
Vila Frlrata Bait).
Ideate 'Is tha vara taart of Iklasj.
Biqulsltalr aaolnla4. Hlchaat staa.
ar at aarvlos. Kurooaaa piaa. la.lrt
trass (1 M rr a auto kua aetts .U
trsiss. W rite tar toiler.
f. Is. MXM1CK. La i as ssf atr
H .fcW 111.- . , )-. Itti iliM , .1'
That' th Siz
of Our Staff
aUgaatara aa rawing
of all 4oripUoB. av
aafelBa- p a s earapba,
Iall4ias? nlotar, aa
all kiaa f art work.
At Tour aarvie.
Bee Engraving Dept.
Vhea Tylr 10OO
Be Bio:, paaaa.
I ; I 1 1. t.i- p.'.s 1 h im i a ji jjJJ
Many Patriots Would Be Willing
to Fill the Office of Postmaster
Pimply showing that In the hour if
their country's need patriota are not
lacking lo offer themselves upon the
altar of self-sarrrlflce Is the developing
situation In the Omaha post mastership.
This office becomes vacant when John
C. Wharton's term expiree In Februaiy
and public-spirited citizens are rising up
everywhere and coming bravely forward
and saying, "I am willing to fill the
position." They make no mention of th?
aalary. That la a mere $6,0X1 a year.
Patriots do not think In terms of money.
They seek to serve their country wltb
their gifts and talents.
The latest additions to the list of thnee
who are willing to draw the no, no, we
mean those who are willing1 to administer
this hlxh office, on which Charley Fan
ning claims to have a cinch, are Jeff W.
Bedford, State Senator Howell and Frank
Mr. Bedford has been In the state legis
lature and has been a county commis
sioner. Mr. Howell knows the duties of
a postmaster by being trained In the
state aenate and Mr. . Weaver is willing
to sacrifice himself to this duty because
he la president of the Jacksonlan club.
Mayor Dahlman haa been mentioned
Man Wanted for
Many Crimes Caught;
Convicted in Omaha
Captain Maloney of the city detective
department received from the authorities
at Oak Park, 111., a telegram stating that
Norman Taylor Is being held on two
counts of burglary.
Maloney says the prlaoner committed
fifty burglaries and holdups here two
yeara ago and was sentenced to the state
penitentiary, from which he waa releaaed
Recently Taylor was caught by a
woman In'touncll Bluffs while attempt
ing robbery. He broke jail at the Bluffs
snd was not heard of until caught by the
Oak Park police.
The Omaha police say there Is enough
hanging over Taylor at thla time to keep
him In Jail the rest of hla life. Taylor
Is known to many In Omaha.
WHEN BOOZE ENTERS MAW
W. R. Davis. 2107 Douglas street,
slipped and fell on the floor of the es
tablishment of McAvoy & Slevers, 110S
Douglas street. As he did so a consider
able quantity of liquors he was carrying
crashed to the floor. Davis scooped up
the shattered glass and liquors with a
HUNDREDS ARE TRYING FOR THIS
Greatest Offer Ever Made in Omaha
The Janufactnrers of this piano have shipped it to ns with tho number concealed. Our
employes arc barred from trying to get it.
liaise the top of your piano and look at its number on the plate. Then fill out the
coupon below and bring or mail it to our store. The peifon whose piano is numbered
nearest to the number of this player piano will be awarded the player. Your number
may be the nearest.
February 5th Is the "Last Day of This Opportunity
On that day the judges will unseal the player and open the envelopes containing the
coujnons and award the player. In case of a tie the name of the piano nearest the begin
ning of the alphabet will receive the player. "
OUR OBJECT '
To popularize the HOSP$ PLAYER
PIANO equipped with the latest Im
provements, Including transposing
trarker bar and other devices and ped
aling made easy, our big tuning and
repair department wanta to know tha
name and location of every piano in
113-15 Douglas Street.
prominently for the place, but. It Is saM.
he Is a man too valuable lo certain in
terests In the city to be permitted by
them to leave hla present Job.
Congressman Lobeck la reported to
have smiled with even more than 111
usual unction when his name waa men
tioned fo the place. Lobeck haa the
reputation of being a strictly sober man,
looking not upon the wine when It is
red or any other color. And this quality
la a "sine qua non" with 1'ncle Pam'l
who sternly insists that his servants
maintain and uphold hla dignity by their
own propriety of conduct. It also be
comer the duty of poatmaeter on certain
occasions to call a mall clerk or carrier
on the carpet when the clerk or carrier
has been Intoxicated or has even been
aeen to take one drink. On stirh occasions
It la decidedly necessary that tha post
maater himself be entirely free from thl
Especially clamorous have been Fan
ning's friends since the sad fate of tho
argosy sent out on behalf of Colonel
George Rogers in quest of the $6,000 fleece,
an argosy which Senator Gilbert M.
Hitchcock torpedoed ruthlessly and with
shovel and threw the wreck Into the
furnace. As he did so the furnace "back
fired" and Davla was very severely
burned about the hands and wrists.
TRIBUTE TO VICTIM
OF THE SCARLET FEVER
Here Is a splendid tribute to a line
young woman from one who knew her
"MSss Winifred Wl'cox, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilcox, of North
Thirtieth street, died on the morning of
January 10 after a short attack of scar
"Miss Wilcox was a young woman of
rare ability and personal charm. To
her friends and fellow workers her loss
Is irreparable. To the writer of these
lines she rendered unstlnttd service of
the most faithful and loyal kind, from
the end of her girlhood. Such comfort
aa can come from sympathy and ap
preciation, her bereaved parents will re
ceive In the fullest measure."
FOUR BOUND OVER FOR
THEFT OF MOTOR CARS
Jacob Becker, 1322 Jaynes street; Ed
Fsrrell, 3006 Kherman avenue; Charles
McBreen, 4015 Rherman avenue, and James
Kennedy, 622S North Fifteenth street,
charged with theft of two automobiles,
were bound over to the district court oa
two counts with bonds fixed at $500 each.
for Their Old Grand, Upright
Bsraa om wa.ii. this
A. HOSI'E t)., Dept. 11..
Name of My llano. .
No.' of My Piano. .
FOR THE HOME
mm rasM-i si.
2 DOORS CAST Of WXW. BLtfG.
This Family Has
Assistant Health Commissioner Boler
reports he found a family on Decatur
street where five children thla season,
have been stricken with nearly every
ordinary disease. He mentioned scarlet
fever, smallpox, pollo-myclltes, measles
Would Itch. Formed Scales Which
Caused Unsightly Appearance.
Child Very Cross and Fretful.
SOAP AND OINTMENT
s m m m v ajasr ar a sj j gag w
"My little girl's scalp was affected with
something like blisters and a thickening of
the skin. At first It was a place about aa
large as a common pea and
It would Itch and burn and
when scratched would run
a watery fluid and from that
would form scales which
caused an unsightly appear
ance on her scalp. Her
hair never grew any. She
was very cross and fretful.
"Then I sent for a sample of Outlrura
floap and Ointment and the second applica
tion relieved the Itching and burning so I
purchased one box of Cutlcura Soap and
one box of Ointment and they healed her."
(Signed) Mrs. Charles Culnan, IIS College
St.. Poplar Bluff, Mo., Aug. 18. 1913.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cotlcara. Dept. T, Boa
ton." Sold throughout th world.
...LvV.,... , .....
Thousands of Fine
at Half Price
or Player Piano.
-teiLW-yirrga awi u
FOLLOW . THE PLAN OF
AND IT MAY BE YOURS
The opportunity la open to you the
same as to others and yon owe It to
yourself to try for It as it costs you
nothing and does not obligate you In any
way. Send in the copon below TODAY.
tbeb flateb fiano couroif to
., State. . ,
Plain 8ealel Hoe,
on 2 quarts or
Council Bluffi and
Fre 1 Mi very oa
2 quart order.
a for lhrtoe X4ata.
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