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IN WESTERN ARENA
Trench Official Report An
nounces Lois of Trenches
Taken Two Days Ago.
FIGHT ON BRITISH FRONT
Paris, Aug. 23. German troops
attacking the French lines south of
Estrees on the Somme front gained
a footing at some points in trenches
that had been captured by the
French on August 21, the war of
fice announced today.
The attack on the Estrees region
south of the Somme was launched
after a period of intense artillery
North of the Somme the Germans
violently bombarded the ' French
first line. ' '
The announcement follows:
"North of the Somme the eemy
during the night bombarded our first
- lines and our lines of communication
to the north and south of Maurepas.
Our artillery replied energetically,
The enemy did not tonow up ms doto
hirriment with infantry action.
"South of the Somme after. intense
artillery preparation the Germans to-
: ward the end 01 tne oay maue an
" attack south rf Estres and west of
Snverourt. on the trenehes which we
captured August 21. He gained a
footing at some points. There was a
fairly active artillery dnel in the sec
tors ot Beiioy, Asseviuers ana . l.v
"In the Vossges we repulsed by
means of grenades a surprise attack
against one of our trenches south of
'The night was relatively calm on
the remainder of the front.
"On' the Somme ' front ' Warrant
Officer Dorme brought down his fifth
German aeroplane. Four other enemy
aeroplanes, fired on by machine guns
irom our aeroplanes came gown wun
in their own lines, severely dam
Germans Gain and Lose.
London. Auk. 23. Two heavy as
saults on the positions newly won
by the British south of Thiepval, on
the Somme front, were made last
night by the Germans. They gained
a footing in the British trenches, but
were driven cut again, the war office
announced today. .
Kills' Three Men
' Lincoln, Aug. 23. (Special Tele
gram.) Ihree men, supposed to be
N. D. and Fred Mercure of Seneca
and T. Sweeney of Whitman, were
instantly . killed this evening when
Burlington passenger train No. 3
from Omaha struck the automobile
in which they were riding at what is
known as the Stevens creek crossing,
between Waverly and Greenwood, as
it was coming to Lincoln about an
The bodies are in charge of Coroner
Jack Mathews. Ail had some money1
and one of them had a Hayden Bros.
sale slip, showing that the new un
derwear and other clothing found in
the wreck had been bought in Omaha.
There was no date on the slip. ,
Avers Millionaire '
Recluse Keal Father
Of Adopted Children
Chicago, Aug. 23. Joseph" Bern
stein, a junk dealer, whose two os
tensible : daughters ' were ' adopted
three weeks ago by Edward M. Mor
rison, a millionaire recluse, testified
before Federal Judge Landis today
that his wife made a death-bed confes
sion that the aged millionaire was the
father of the two girls. '
Morrison's wealth is estimated at
$8,000,000. His affairs were brought
before Judge Landis, as he had been
declared bankrupt because : be had
either lost or had given away to cer
tain intimate friends more than
$2,000,000 of his estate. Morrison
stoutly denied Bernstein's charge --
The will of Morrison's father coiv
tained , provision .that if his son died
childless the entire estate should go
to the city to be used for the erection
nd maintenance of a high school.
Ogallala in Gala Trim
for Frontier Day Festival
Ogallala, Neb., Aug. 23. (Special
Telegram.) With riders and contest
ants for the Frontier day celebration
coming in, Ogallala is a scene of real
activity. ' . Entries for the different
events are bing filled and cowboys
from all parts of the country are ar
riving o neach, train. Lou Cogger,
Sutherland; Fred Atkinson, Cuerva,
N. M.i Matt Cox, Afton, Wyo.: Fred
Co, Afton, Wyo.; Fred R. Ryser,
Chelsea, Okl.; Ruth Rosch, Chickasha,
Okl.; Bryan Rosch, Chickasha, Okl.:
Herman Seclur, Edgewater, Colo.; Bill
Stanton, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Arch Man
so, Benkleman, Neb.: C. C. Nicholas,
Weiser, Idaho; Ed Bowman, St.
Vrain, V. M.; A. S. Seidl, BUbee,
Ariz.; George Frailer, Hershey, Neb.;
Lee Case, Hershey, Neb.; Sweitzer
brothers, Cheyenne, Wyo, are some
who have entered.
Still Pursuing Mr. Bryan
J , v For College President
Winona Lake, Ind., Aug. 23. (Spe
cial.) That William Jennings Bryan
considers accepting the presidency of
the Winona Federated schools de
veloped in yesterday's proceedings of
the Bible conference.
Mr. Bryan has declined the presi
dency unless the coeducational fea
tures should be given up," Dr, Beider
wolf said, "and this matter is still
open for discussion."
r Fixes Dates, for Hearings
Washington, Aug. 23 (Special
Telegram.) The Interstate Com
merce commission has ordered a bear
ing held at Omaha on September 6
in the following complaints: Nye
Schneider Fowler company against
Chicago and Northwestern Railway
company; Sunderland Brothers com
pany against Northern Pacific
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success. - ,
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1916.'
Summary of Wednesday 's Card
At the Great Western Circuit
Harness Races at Speedway
f reuw. ties Class, Onta rrlattait Co. porss of WOO.
CsUasa, hr. m., br Charlie D. (Thorns). Hoarr Thomas, cent. Dona
port, la i j
W'loCllOk21''k' '" hT Ani'nai" (MoBfcWota'MoCi,'is&
?-n'U;, : l-l.b ''" iO").'' t 8 S
SS3I.rl: "".'V "r"1" (Harass), .1. Canon, Wlrnilpot, Coa.. S 4
Doilor Dlroet, or. ., br Baron IMraetl bin), lYorf .(rut. Denier,
i oio. o a i
tum, tusui t,M, juik. .
TfOttlw. 1:10 CUjm. ComiommUI f'lnh mm af OJUM.
d 12S.rV.fcLr"rt ("IoUd).MoollraiU and lrrlo, Colorado
Sprints Colo oou).TSoollorjul and lrrln, Colorado
IsmUaMolttsaar, ir.' ii,' bj' ioV 'uwiiiii' (riij,)','j'B. Him.' Ontmiiii. '
'.' m!,'irJPHr ths Oraat Yrhoiuliiri ,' K.' 'it, '(loo'ld' 'ksarasV,' lisai S
. , . - - viipssuioti , n. ss, irauiu, .! I usjj . t
Vlr!i!i af 'v,-,S.,"',2T L" WaTS " AS'I. OoJ..
Farias;, Sua -Class, Hoi MeKlnnor Saras of St,0.
oloa rhlam, k. as., sr Too Masast (Uwoa), SsklastMk Bros., Woot Foist,
WOO J i J
Bol Cooono, k. o., kr Anott Holl (Ronlo). ToW 'DoonioMl', Omno 4 I t
Coploio Hlrt-Ur, kit V, kr Holr-ot-Low, IDnjt (t'olno), Fraak O. Cotao,
Ooloaboro, IIL S S I
Tromo Quick, k. ., br Tnuas fool (mulror), W. H. Graoeh, Hllvolto, Oat, .
. c oo, . ( 1 1 t . ; 14 4
'f St Sl (Holl), A. B. Hoatar, Jr., Now Madrid. Mo.. S S
Nob"' " b 'rum OnliM (Hood), Mldwar Stock (ami, Koonier,
Oalmbarc, DL .'; .' dlo.
Bad Tkooikla. fc. m., kr Blnooa (CkUdo), Edward Potonoa. Omaha dl.
Tim.,. S 11114 tilt) S 11114. . . ,
ExhlUtloa. i "
Ooho, ttnipod aa rl(Mh of a mile In ISV4 OMoadi. ,
Babo Khw, tho world's faateot paolns poor, owaod ky Mlw tnaeM Dninlxta
Entries mm trcbsdat. ..
Sill Trat, Elk's Cluk Parso, ISM. ' "
P'n'moM, 3:0T W. k. in., br Vrnt, Honir Thom. Ait. Dovenpott. I
I MlKhMlllon, t:tt, ., br Mllhtr Onward, H. H. Downlns, Monhtll, Mo.
S Petor Bllllkan, J.07H, ok. o., br Potor Ih. OreK, N. L. IJvor. O.lllon, Al.
4 Pnnuo Woloomo, t:1, it. m., br Lodollor, Joo McLauohltn, MsrabElllows, la.
Tna O. 1:11. oh. m., br 0oro W. McKlnnor. Tom Donnloon. Omaha, Nrt. '
5 KIlEsbotk M, kr. m., br CommUolonor, J. F. Colt, Art, Brookflold, Mo.. "
' SilS Paoa, Rtook Taodt Pans, SSOO. 1
1 Baiter Loo, 1:111. br Klnnor Loo, L. B. Tarlor, Nowhall. Col. ' . .
S Cocll Bor, 1:1114, blk. .. br Cooll Loo, . C. Worron, Sh.lton, Nob. '
I Emprwi Too, b. m., br Bjmbolw, Mldwar atook form. Kearney, Neb.'-
4 Oarrttr, 1:1114, b. a., br Tha Mediator, J S. Hlldrotb, At., Omaha, Nab. ' . '.
5 H.I 11. Wllka, 1:1114. b. m.,' br Doa Holl. Midway .lock farm, Kearney, Nab. '
J Horry R 1:1114, a. ., by Armond Lou, Hem.t atock farm. Hamat, Cal.
I Irono Boau, 1:1114, eh. m., by Wlvor Beau, J. S. Hlldroth, Alt., Omaha, Neb.
S Hal Connor.. 1:1414, br. a., by Argot Hal, Tom Den n I. on, Omoho, Neb
J. V. Marnier, 1:1114. blk. i by Manoier, J. T, Cole, AIL. Brookfl.ld, Mo.
10 La Belle Online, 1:1S!4, cb. m by Potoala. B. h. g. Shuler, Alt., lndlanapolla. tnd,'
11 Loot Chance, 1:14V eh. I., by Prince Online, Midway atock farm, Kearney, Nob.
11 Motor Hardy, b. a., fav rwo. Rirf ibMlw Avt . R.n.nu v..
11 MlM Clark. 1:1114, blk. m., by Shade On, J. C. Clark. Omaha, Neb.
II Rombllni Jim, br. s by Bob Pltaelmmona. J. fl. Htldrelh. Alt., Omaha Neb.
IS Rollle Calnwood. b. a., by Calltwnnd. B. fthtvelv. At . netrnlt. Ml.'h
14 Symbolic. 1:11)4. b. m., by Symboleer, Arley V, Ltmbert, Uurllnglun, la.
17 Trampnulck, 1:10, b. o., by TrampfaKt, B. flhlvely, Detrnlt, Mich.
15 Tho Welkmer. br. k., br Woodford Wllkao, J. Coraoo, Wlnnlpoi, Canada.
. 1 117 Trot, Ak-Sar-Boa Paras, St .000.
1 Alice Arlon, l:Slf;, b. m., br Arion, John MeQuals, Ait.. Tulaa, Okl.
S Alllo Lou, b. m br Kinney Lou, Hornet etock form. Hemot, Col.
1 Baron Redmora, 1:1111, b. a., by Radmore, M. C Blackburn, Alt., Dlson, 111.
4 Boroneaa Parmello, J:1S14, b. m., by Baron Will Tell, John McQualf, Alt., Tulaa. OkL
t Beoola Moo, l:0S14, blk. m., by Macbeth, John McQuatl, Alt., Tulaa, Okl.
5 Bon Courage, ch. I., Bon McKlnney, K. B. Ward, Loa Angeleo. Cal.
t Bud C, 1:1114, br. g by Kluaton a, W. E. Doouet, Carllnvlllo, III.
S California B, 1:174, b. I, by Not Given, Earl Beeiley, Byracuae, Neb,
t-harley Bowera. b. a., by Joo Bowara. J. R. I..mhrt. nurllnotnn. nut
30 Chief, br. g by Darkway, J. Bunger, Lincoln, Neb.
11 nan neiae. 1:1114, gr. g., by Rod Field, w. E. Daon.t, Carllnvlllo, 111.
IS Dan Mathewa, 1:1114. b. I., by Eagle Blood. Curt Rrown. Art.. Rt. Peul. Vlnn.
IS Dr. Buckley, b. h., by Emm.tt Orottan, Henry Thomaa, Agt Davenport, la,
14 Dr. Lueter, 1:1S14, b, g., by Redlac, A. V, Wlleon, Agt Mt. Pleaaant, la.
15 Ellaabeth M. br. m., br COmmlaalftnar, J. P. Cole. Agt., Brookfleld, Mo,
IS Poroot Blngen, 1:1014, b. a., by Alblngen. W D. Poreet. Bhonandosh, la.
17 Owen, 1:14, b. m., by Cupbearer. W. B Tarlor, Sedan Mo.
IS Governor V, 1:1114, b. g by Uovoraor Prancla, J. 8. Hlldroth, Agt., Omaha, Neb.
IS Or eat Ivan, 1:1114, eh. o., by Ivan tho Oreat, MacDennld A Irvln, Colorado Bprlnga
50 Croat Northern, br. g., by Wayland W, P, B. Ward, Loa Amelea, Cal.
51 Lan Medium, br. g., by Red Medium, Earl Beealey, Byracuae, Neb.
St Major By By, 1:1 la. a. I., by Major Dillon, Edward I'eteraon, Omaha, Neb.
IS Mleo Denver, k. ra.. br MrMont. Fred Kgan. Agt.. Denver. Colo.
14 Mlos Oailor, a m br Oeorge W. McKlnger, Tom Dennlaon, Omaha, Neb.
II Pronto J, blk. f., by Btrathwar, Tom Dennloon, Omaha, Neb.
15 Bid MeKorron, b. s by Jack MeKerron, Ray Betto, Waverly, la.
IT Blr Prooco, 1:1114. br Nat Olven, A. B. Hunter, New Madrid, Mo.
IS woot Aubrey, b. m., br Coptaln Aubrey, Dr. C. C. Hall, Omaha, Neb.
IS Tom Carlya, 1x114, b. s by Tho Coraolr, C. A. Walker, Agt., Mlloa City, Mont.
10 Widower Peter, Stlll4, b. by Petor the Oreat, B. Bhlvoly, Ait., Detroit, Mich.
11 Wlldwood Boy, b. a, by Ruatlo Wood, A. K. Paraom, Woodward, Okl.
11 Yaoo O, 1:01, a h., by Dale Axworthy, Prank C. Calne, -Ait., Oaleaburi, III.
IS M lea Plnkortoa. 1:1114. b. m.. by Mr. Plnkerton. W. B. Tavlor. Herf.lle. u.
14 Red Rico, b. g., by Porto Rlro, MacDermld dt Irvln, Colorado Bprlnga, Colo.
May narnman, o. m., or uod narriman, a. u. Knowlea, Alexandria. La. ' .
Fourtn race, apeeia Place, one-naH'mue neata, amateur drlvora:
Rambling Jim, b. g br Pltialmmona (Peteraon.)
Oarrlotr, a. a., by Tha Mediator (Williams.)
Irene, o, nu. br Bllvor Bow (Smith.) , ' v
HELEN CHIMES WINS
HAL M'KINNEY PURSE
(CtrDtiBCMaf Trom Psc One.)
State Bail Board
Tells Interstate r
- Whatlt Thinks
' (Prom a Start Corroopondent.) f
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 23. (Special
Telegram.) the ' Nebraska Railway
commission intends to give the Inter
state Commerce commission to under
stand what it thinks of the ruling of
the national body regarding live stock
rates, and this afternoon forwarded to
the commission a copy of the order
of the state commission denying the
application of the Burlington railroad
for authority to increase rates on
live stock from Henry to Omaha.
Accompanying the order is an ex
planation why the Nebraska commis
sion denied the 'application of the
road. ' j. ' 1 . . j.,
Nine Burned to Death.
North Bayonet, Aug. 23. Six chil
dren and three adults are believed to
have lost their lives from brush fires
at Mackenzie, according to reports
received today. Heavy losses of farm
property and lumber are also report
ed from other sections.
Divorce Suit "Gratifying" to
Husband of Morton's Daughter
Delaplane, Vs., Aug. 23. It is prob
able Mrs. Helen Morton Bayly,
daughter of Mark-Morton, and grand
daughter of Sterling Morton, will
secure her divorce without contest . ,
"Mrs. Bayly's suit for divorce in
Chicago, upon the ground of deser
tion, is most gratifying to me," said
Roger Bayly on his return here, "and
in the event no charges are made that
reflect upon my character I shall do
nothing to delay proceedings.
"About a month ago I consulted my
attorneys, and was advised that ' I
couldaobtain a divorce. They pre
parers bill setting forth my grounds,
and this would have been filed in Sep
tember,, but if Mrs. Bayly makes no
charges against me my suit here will
be withheld." ;..
IN TOE BACK
That's tho woman's dread when oho geto
ap In tho morning to atart tho day's work.
"Ohr how riy back aches." ' OOI.D
MEDAL Haarlem 'Oil Capaulee taken .today
oaaea tho backache of tomorrow -taken
every day onda tho baokeche (or all time.
Don't dela'y. 'What'o the uee of Buffering T
Begin taking CHILD MICDAL Haarlem oil
Capaulea today and bo relieved tomorrow.
Take throe or four every day and bo per
manently free from wrenching,- dlatresalni
bark pain. Bat bo aura to -let GOLD
MEDAL. Blneo IStS GOLD Unnil. H..r.
lent Oil has boon tho National Remedy 'of
Holland, tho Government of tho Netherlands
havlni granted a apeclal charter authorising
Its preparation and sale. Tho housewife of
nonanu wouto almost ss soon be without
bread aa ahe would bo without hor "Real
Dutch Dropa." aa ahe quaintly calls HOLD
MEDAL Haarlsm OH Capaules. This la
tho one reason why you will find tho women
ana cnuuren or Holland so sturdy and ro
bUat.' ' , .
OOLD . MEDAL are the purej original
Haarlem Oil Capsules Imported direct from
the laboratories In Haarlem, Holland. But
be sore to get OOLD MBDAU Look for the
name on every box Bold by reliable drug
gists In ' sealed packages at Sfio, SOo and
11.00. Money refunded If they do not help
iron. Accept onlr the OOI-D MEDAL. All
oinero ore inuumons. Aavartlaemsnt. "
toward the older and more experi
enced reinsmen. the Kame Celt ir
Hal Conners' sulky maneuvered his
steed out into the 'tand. wagon divi
sion, the grandstanders, occupants of
me Doxes, motorist-norse tans in the
infield, "rail birds," swipes,: et al.,
realizing that if Helen Chimes' pilot
gui me oeiier oi tne argument, the
mare would have to step the heat of
A burst of speed on the lower turn
aim uic two leaaers were- nork tr.
ntcx, Helen Chimes giving the best
sue iiaa. .
Show Burst of Speed.
In the tense brush down rh h
stretch Helen Chimes edged into the
lead in one of her bursts of speed
Lor 5",lch. he ' famu. hard-pushed
by Hal Conners rich im tn
der the wire. In winning the heat the
West Point (Neb.), mare had to cir
cle the oval in the fast time of 2:10
to xcep jur. uennison s horse from
Captain Heir-At-Law paced out a
safe third again, with Tramp Fast
flashing by the judge's stand a little
Hal Conners and the Canadian
starter were tied for nernnH mnnn
k.f it. - r j . . ,
uciuic me iicm was turned tor the
third and deciding heat; it was there
lore plain that the big battle in the
closing heat would be between these
Battle for Second.
The six starters in the third heat-
two- horses had been distanced in
previous heats cot awav in a hiinrh
Helen Chimes in due time pulling out
to tne tront, leaving Hal Conners,
Tramp Quick and Captain Heir-At-
Law, Battling tot second Com.
Keen-eved horsemen saw that some
thing went amiss at the lower turn
between the Dennison horse and the
northern stallion. The sensational
finish for second place showed Tramp
rast sngntiy in the lead, with Mai
Conners and Captain Heir-at-Law
It was then that Ronin leaped from
his sulky and rushed into the judge's
sactum to lodge a business-like pro
test that 1 ramp Fast collided with his
horse's bike on the turn and forced
him (Hal Conners), from his position.
Officials Allow Protest.
The officials allowed the protest
and gave Hal Conners second place
in the heat and the race. Captain
Heir-At-Law was given third place in
the heat and Tramp Fast fourth, the
latter getting third money in the fin
als and the former fourth.
The first event on Wednesday's
program, the 2:09 pace, Omaha Print
ing company purse of $500 provided
as speedy racing for the class as has
proves it 25cat all druggists.
. . v
Fnril itioc A workman's effectiveness de
l auuuca pgnjg largely upon the quaUty of
This Company has spent much
time, thought and money in
thoroughly equipping itself for
work as Executor, Trustee or
Fiscal Agent Its patrons receive
daily benefit from that eauipment
frj o- . . t ;) J
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There are also great many 31
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All of this beautiful semi-porcelain
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ever been seen on half-mile tracks in
Closely fought every heat and
drawing from one of the favorites
Colleen every ounce of pace she pos
sessed to worm out a victory, the race
was a test of what Great Western
Circuit horses can do on a fast half
mile oval of flawless condition.
Colleen Takes Lead. '
Colleen forged to the van of the
field at the word "go", in the initial
heat, and remained there, leaving a
well known Nebraska gelding, Sir
Lam. and an Oklahoma animal. Wat-
tie McCluskey, to thrash it out for
second place. I he next horse under
the wire after Colleen had paced
home in 2:10;4 was Earlain's off
spring, Wattie .McCluskey and Col
lege Gent, a Canadian starter of fame
in harness horsedom, registered sec
ond and third, respectively.
The fastest time was made in the
second heat, when the ' Oklahoma
mare pushed Colleen so hard that the
latter had to show a mile in 2:08 to
win. the best sir Lain could do in
this and the following and final heat
was to round out thirds; College Gent
paced fourth in the last heat and won
fourth money in the race.
Fight Between Two.
After the first heat the 2:30 trotting
ciu ...,,.ei, commercial club purse
of $500, became a match race between
well known western, gelding, Red
Rico, and an Iowa stallion, Ignatius
McGregor, the former winning in
straight heats. Red Rico trotted the
mile in 2:17!4 in the first heat
mighty good time for the class.
An added attraction on yesterday s
carad, and one that found much favor
with the crowd, was an exhibition by.
Babe King, known in turt circles as
the world's fastest pacing pony. This
sleek-looking little pony, owned by
Miss Frances Dennison of Omaha,
jogged around the oval and then
stepped the last eighth of a mile in
16)4 seconds, Jimmy Ronin up.
Officials Pease Crowd.
The solendid work of the officials
snd the scoring and announcing of
the events made a big hit with the
good-sized crowd that assembled to
see the second days races on the
occasion of the Great Western .Cir
cuit's premier meeting in.- Omaha.
Starting Judge Oliver Lehman
demonstrated that three high-class
harness racing events can be well
taken care of in an afternoon and
still give the members of the crowd
time enough to get back to then-
homes for dinner.
The races will start oromotlv at
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Make it a point to see the New Suiting Satin
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' a yard.
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Thursday the Day
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A Few Wool Skirts
Misses sizes. Plain colors,
checks and stripes, formerly
priced $6.50 to
. $15, Thursday.
Taffeta Skirts Also
Formerly priced to
$12.50 (ft- aa
t No CCD's.
All Sales Final.
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Restaurant in Connection
1001 Howard St Csmar 10th.
Tal. Dauslaa 1286. ,
WHITE MT$s N. H.
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Books and Forms
are built to give, you the information you want,
and should have. We supply stock sheets for
" manyx purposes, such as Combinatfon Cash,
Journal and .Bank Account; Inventory, Pay
Roll, Reports, Quotations, Accounts Payable,
Trial Balances, and Simplified Monthly State
simplify the work of, "keeping
books" stop the lost motion due
to old cumbersome methods When
closed the book cannot be opened
until the key unlocks it. It can
not slip the fractional part of an
inch until you insert the special
key. You need just such effi
ciency. See your stationer today.
- These Binders
as a permanent
tion. The lock
ing parts can
only be released
by the sliding
binder is pro
vided with ad
ditional screw posts, allowing ample space for
hundreds of transfers, and is DuOt to stand hard
service. See them. . ..,
I-Peee Daily Report of Goods Received
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It will pay you to inves
tigate, the I-P Books and
Forms suitable for your
business. The: saving in
time alone will more than
pay their small cost.
At AH Omaha Stationers V
Irving-Pitt Manufacturing Co.
f ' ... Liargesijoose xoanuiaciurers in tne world. H
Kansas City, , - Missouri ,
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