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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1917.
Brief City News
Platinum Wedding Rings Edholm.
Have Root Print It Now Beacon
Beat Heal for the Money Ctalre-
Dr. W. K. Foote, now at 1018 First
Vincent C Hawaii announces the
opening of law offices at 904 Omaha
National Bank building.
Andreeaen Annotated Judges of
the district court have reappointed
M. Andreeaen parole officer and chief
aauit probation omcer.
Council Changes Its Mind The city
council reconsidered its decision to
restrict Thirty-flfth avenue, Farnam to
Dodge streets, to residence improve'
menu. Protests of those most inter
ested prevailed with the commission
Merchant Is Bankrupt Frank L.
Cook, merchant of Albion, has tiled
a voluntary bankruptcy petition with
the clerk of the United States district
court listing his liabilities as $5,227.80
and his assets (4,113.67. Of the later
he claims $359 as exempt.
Clothes Stealers Jailed Sentences
of thirty days in Jail were drawn in
police court by Joseph Greeley and
Sylvester Greeley of Independence, la.
when they were found guilty of petit
laroeny. The Greeleys stole clothes to
the value of $10 from Leo Bewsher
of the City hotel.
Fine Fireplace Goods Sunderland.
Colonel Baehr Back on the Job-
Lieutenant Colonel Baehr, second in
command of the Fourth Nebraska
regiment, resumed his duties in the
money order department of the post'
office after an absence of nearly seven
months on the Mexican border. Two
other postal clerks also resumed their
Three New Recruiting Stations Be
lieving that inland men make the
best sailors In the long run, Uncle
Sam is to open three new recruiting
stations in western Nebraska and
South Dakota. They are to be locat
ed at North Platte, Neb., and Lead
and Aberdeen, 8. D. The sub-stations
will be in charge of Lieutenant Wad-
dell of the Omaha station.
Stolen Letters Recovered Practi
cally all of the letters and small pack
ages from the relay mail sack stolen
from Thirteenth and Farnam streets
Thursday morning have been recov
ered by postolflce inspectors. The con
tents of the mail sack was found scat
tered in an alley near Thirteenth and
Farnam. Only a few of the letters
and packages had been rifled.
Wind Blows Out Burner J. S.
Sykes is one of the men who con
tinues to operate an oil burner for
house-heating purposes. Last night
wnen Mr. Bykes went to bed his burn
er was doing its duty, but this morn
ing when he awoke it was off the Job.
Going to the basement he discovered
that during the night the high wind
had extinguished the burner and that
after that the oil had continued to
run, pretty well filling his furnace pit.
Cattle Increase Numerically C. J.
Lane, general freight agent of the
Union Pacific is home from attending
me annual meeting or tne National
Live Stock Growers' association, held
at Denver. He asserts that the meet
ing was one of the best, If not the
best, that has ever been held. Close
to 600 men were present, representing
all sections of the range and central
cattle raising area. Mr. Lane says
that the ranchers and feeders reported
cattle generally In good condition and
increasing in numbers practically everywhere.
Mexican Government to Get
Three Million Peso Loan
Mexico City, Jan. 22. The assistant
manager of the Bank of London and
Mexico denied today that the bank
had arranged to loan to the govern
ment 3,000,000 pesos, as had previ
ously been announced by the Treas
ury department. The department
later announced that the deal had
virtually been closed and that the
papers probably would be signed to
morrow. American gold coins, it is an
nounced, will be accepted by the gov
ernment on the basis of 1 peso and 95
cents Mexican per dollar, or a dis
count of 22 per cent, but that the
rate on American paper money will
continue to be 1 peso and 80 cents, or
10 per cent discount. There are few,
if any, American gold coins in Mexico.
Walter C. Thurston, who has been
in charge of American affairs in the
capital during the absence of Charles
B. Parker, charge d'affaires, has been
ordered to Washington by the State
department. He will leave here to
morrow. Mr. Parker has returned to
the capital from Queretaro to take
charge of the embassy.
Gilbert M. Barnes Dies
Suddenly in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Jan. 22. (Special Tele-
. Uhit fhtt-nn with hi
; .an.. ""iiv ,....... s it,.,, uk gun.
Prof. G. H. Barnes, and his 3-year-old
crandson this mornir.i,, Gilbert M.
Barnes, aged 69, of Omaha, dropped
dea. ot hear, disease in trot. Barnes
home in Elfinwild, a suburb.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes were on the
way to their winter home in Florida,
where they had planned to stay till
spring. They stopped off hre yes
terday to visit their son, an economics
instructor in the Carnegie Institute of
Technology. The body will be sent
tomorrow to Omaha.
Mr. Barnes is an optician, living at
1318 South Twenty-eighth street.
Wheat, Corn and Oats in
A Slight Decline Here
In line with the grain markets
elsewhere, prices were "off" on the
Omaha Grain exchange, wheat selling
1 to 2 cents under the prices of Sat
urday; corn, to H cent, and oats,
Wheat receipts were heavy, con
sidering the weather, being 100 car
loads, with sales made at $1.87
There were 120 carloads of corn on
the market and it sold at 93094 cents
Oats receipts were 10 carloads, sell
ing at 54;455;4 cents a bushel.
Big British Steamer
Arrives Safely in Port
Rio Janeiro, Brazil, Jan. 22. The
British steamer Vauban has arrived
safely at Bahia.
The Vauban, a Lamport and Holt
liner of 10,660 tons gross, sailed from
New York, January 7 for Rio Janeiro,
with passengers and freight. Although
no passenger steamers had been re
ported interfered with by the German
raider which has been operating in
the Atlantic, some uneasiness was felt
in shipping circles regarding the
Vauban, as its course was taking it
into the zone of the raider's activities.
"Shame the Devil," or "Honor
Christ," Rev. John 0. Alber
Tells High Graduates,
PREACHES ANNUAL SERMON
Whether it shall be our ambition to
shame the devil or to honor Christ
are things paramount in the life of
the young man and woman entering
the outside world after securing
nign school education, according to
Rev. John G. Alber. pastor of the lo
cal Christian church, who preached at
the occasion of the Twenty-ninth an
nual baccalaureate sermon at the
Wheeler Memorial church Sunday
The young minister chose as his
text, "Success." He declared that to
succeed is a virtue, but that to obtain
success one must search the world of
facts with definiteness.
The minister spoke of the privileges
of the present, the choice of a life's
vocation and the means of attaining
success after the line of endeavor has
Character was exhaustively dis
cussed at the close. Love, truth and
virtue are the principal essentials of
tnis quality m mankind, Rev. Mr.
Alber said. Greatest of all these is
love, for on this depends the insoira.
tion that man has in his home, his na
tion ana ms seit.
Misses Beatrice Farrar and Mildred
Bliss sang "O, My Soul, Bless Thou
Jehovah" beautifully after the scrip
tural reading by Dr. Wheeler, pastor
of the Wheeler Memorial church.
Rev- Mr. Wheeler mentioned at the
close of the reading that he had at
tended everv one of the hrrntvmn
baccalaureate services held for gradu
ating classes of the high school.
The service opened with the oroces-
sionaUthe seventeen graduates march
ing 10 me nrst pews to martial music.
Rev. Emmanuel Kallina, pastor of the
Bohemian Presbyterian church, de
livered the invocation. Rev. Albert
N. Porter, pastor of the United Pres
byterian church, closed with the henr-
The Wheeler Memorial choir, ae.
companied by the pipe organ, sang
three hymns, including "Holy, Holy,
Holy" and "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me."
Grade Students Graduate.
The annual grade school commence.
ment will be held this week. Superin
tendent Graff has made no formal an
nouncement as to when the exercises
will be held. The commencement was
held last year on Wednesday after
noon in the high school auditorium
The auditorium is being repainted at
the present time and it is possible that
tne exercises ot local schools will be
held jointly with north side institu
Deaths and Funerals-
J. A. Horn, aged 33 vears. 4309
isouth Twentv-third street died
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at his
home. He was an employe of Swift
ec company and is survived bv a wife.
The funeral will be held this after
noon at 1 o clock at the home. The
body will be shipped to St. Joseph,
Mo., this evening for interment there
The funeral of Maurice, 1-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tulius
uigeaux, booth ihirty-ninth
avenue, will be held this afternoon at
o clock at the home to the St.
Mary's church. Death occurred Sun
day morning early.
Accidents on Decrease.
Accidents apparently are on the de
crease in the South Side if the record
of the last twenty-one days is to hold
good for each succeeding twenty-one
days in the year. Since the abolition
of the coroner's office, January 1,
there has been but one case for that
office, that being the accidental death
of John McAllister, Cudahy ice har
vester, who was killed while it work
In the last week of the coroner's
regime there were five sudden deaths.
In the twenty-one days since there
has been but one. Former Deputy
loroner Larkin handled this one.
Our New Glazial Period
OF LIBERTY STAND
Mass Meeting in Omaha Sends
Message to Wilson Ex
FREEDOM OF THEIR RACE
Itefto City OoMtp,
Mrs. C. H. Arery ni nailed to Blair
yesterday at lb death of a relative.
For Rent tit ore. houses, cot tar ea and
flati. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
The Worn an 'a Catholic Order of For-
eaten, No. 677. will hold a meeting this
evening at at. Mary scuooi DaiL
The Lefler South Side Aid aodetr win
meet at the home of Mrs. Ike Ma,tlaon.
1S0S Polk Street, Wednesday afternoon, at
s o ciocK- neire omenta wtii be nneO.
Tardimen at the atock yard, experienced
considerable difficulty last night In yarding
the usaal ran of cattle. A llrht ran of
nearly 400 oars or a boat halt normal, was
FIRE msURAKCB, choice of II leading
companies; prompt sernoe, lowest rate.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Treasurer Ttssell of the High School Ath
letic association reports that $18 wag lost
at the last basket ball game. The Income
on the crowd attending the Aggie game was
too smau to pay tne expenses of the visitors.
MONET LOANED on vacant and Im
proved property, any amount at lowest
rates. BUUTti OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
John Parks, In charge of the branch of
fice of the street and cleaning department
at the local city hall, had a full ganc of
men at work clearing the sidewalks. Po
lice have Issued a general order for the
clearing of all residence sidewalks.
Great reduction In prices Monday and
all week In our grat enlarging sale of
ladles' and men's furnishings, dry goods,
shoes and housefurnlshiogs. Come and be
convinced of the great values. Philip's
Dept. Store, J 4th and O Sts.
Large Hospital in Spokane
Partly Burned; Patients Saved
Spokane, Wash., Jan. 22. St
Luke's hospital, one of the largest in
the city, was partly destroyed by fire
early tonight. Soon after the fire
started the firemen reported that all
of the eighty or ninety patients had
been removed safely from the burn
HOW TO GET RELIEF
if you have catarrh, catarrhal
aafneim, or bad noises go to your
druggist and got 1 os. of Parmjnt
(double strength), tak. tbla home,
add to It pint of hot water and 4
OS. of txaDulated sugar. Take 1 table
poonful 4 times a day.
ThU will often bring quick relief
from the distressing head noises.
Clotted noBtrlla should open, breath
ing become easy and the mucous stop
dropping Into the throat.
Tt Is easy to make, tastes pleasant
and costs little. Every one who has
catarrh should give this treatment a
trial. You will probably find It Is
Just what you need.
In a mass meeting, held in the Bo
hemian Catholic Sokol hall on South
Thirteenth street Sunday afternoon,
the following resolution was adopted
and wired to President Woodrow
"American citizens of Omaha, of
Bohemian descent, in a mass meeting
held on January 21, express to you
their deepest gratitude for your act
which called out allies' declaration for
freedom of Bohemia, and ask you to
use your powerful influence in favor
of liberation of Czechoslovaks, as de
manded by allies.''
V. Buresh, the chairman of the
meeting, qalled a number of speakers,
among them, Rev. V. Cejnar, Attor
ney Joseph T. Votava, Dr. Sedlacek,
E. Tuma, V. Jelinek and St. Auley
Serpan, who outlined the aspirations
or tsonemians lor JUU years, to regain
the independence, which they lost m
1620. The liberation of Czecho
slovaks (Bohemians and Slovaks), is
one of the demands of the allies, con
tained in their recent note to the
The meeting also adopted resolu
tions of gratitude to the ambassadors
of the allied countries in Washing
ton, as well as resolutions to Sena
tor Hitchcock, Senator Norris and
Representatives Lobeck and Sloan,
requesting them to use their inflnin-i
in favor of the liberation of the small
nations of Europe from foreign
SENT THEM ASTRAY
Had No Idea Where They
Were When Landed in
ONE STILL VERY ILL
Police Find Wrecked
Flivver Car Stolen
Police are trying to identify the
remnants of a flivver car which made
an unsuccessful attempt to buck a
Missouri Pacific switch en ie off the
tracks at Fifteenth and Grace, last
Yardmaster R. B. Hatcher uw th.
incident and said that after the ac
cident, two boys, who had leaped in
time to save their lives, darted to the
wreckage and removed two bundles.
The car was stolen Wednesrlav
from J. A. Leaders of Papillion.
Belgian Relief Plans
Made for Another Year
New York, Jan. 22. The American
Commission for Relief in Belgium is
preparing for at least another year's
work and the necessity of raising ap
proximately $50,000,000 more will be
discussed by the officers of the com
mission here this week, according to
Herbert C. Hoover, chairman, who
arrived here today from Liverpool.
Influenza or La Grippe
It li aulie sefrwshlng these days to read of
a elearly defined treatment for Inflaensa or
La Grippe. In an artlole In ttae "lAnoet
OUnlo," Dr. James Bell of New York: 0117
aavi he Is eoovlnoed that too much medf-
oauon U both unnecessary and lnJnllotM.
When called to a sue ot la grippe, toe
patient Is usually seen when tbe fever la
present, as tbe ohm wblch occasionally
ushers In the disease, has pmotlosilly pass
ed away. Dr. Bell then orders that tbe
bowels be opened freely with salts, or citrate
of magnesia. For the high fever, severe
headache, pain and general soreness, one
antl-kamiiht tablet every three hours is
inlckly fouoweo by oomplete relief. Ask for
L-K Tablets. They are also nnaxoeUed far
neaaacae, nourmogia ana
Wellton, rAiz., Jan. 22. Lieutenant
Colonel Harry G. Bishop, second of
the army aviators to be rescued from
the Sonora desert, who was brought
here today by an army ambulance
from the foot of the Gila mountains,
sixty miles south of Wellton, will re
cover, unless complications set in, ac
cording to Surgeon Major Orville G.
Brown, commander of the govern
ment's relief expedition. Colonel Bish
op was taken to Yuma, Ariz., and
placed in a hospital.
Colonel Bishop and Lieutenant W.
A. Robertson were lost following an
attempted airplane flight from San
Diego to Calexico, CaL, January 10.
After a nine-day search by Mexican
troops, American array aviators and
hundreds of civilians in automobiles,
which attracted nation-wide attention
Robertson found a party of search'
ers and directed them to where Bish
op had fallen exhausted on Jan'
Robertson was taken to Wellton
and later proceeded to his station at
PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE!
People Notice It Drive Them Off
with Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not embarrass yon
mucn longer if you get a package of Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin
should begin to dear after you have
taken the tablets a few nurbta.
Cleanse the Mood, die bowels and the
liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets,
the successful substitute for calomel
there's never any sickness or pain after
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and lust as effec
tively, but their action is gentle and
safe instead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is
ever cursed with a dark brown taste,
a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no rood1
feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply face.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil; you will know tnem by their
Dr. Edwards spent yean among pa
tients amicted wits liver and bowel
complaints, and Olive Tablets are the
immensely .ettecove result.
Take one or two nightly for a week.
See how much better you feel and look.
10c and 25c per box, AH druggists.
For Itching Scalp
You do not want a slow treatment
for itching scaltt when hair is falling
and the dandruff germ is killing the
hair roots. Delay means so hair.
Get. at anv drug store, a bottle of
lemo for 25c or $1.00 for extra large
sue. Use as directed, for it does the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff
germ, nourishes the hair foots and im
mediately stoos itching scalp It is
a pure, reliable, antiseptic liquid, is not
greasy, is easy to use and win not stain.
Snaps and shampoos are harmful, as
iev contain alkali. The best thing to
use for scalp irritations is lemo, for it
Is safe and also inexpensive.
The B. W. Rose Os., Cleveland. O. j
readily yield to the healing
It soothes the inflamed tnenv
branes and makes richer blood
to repair the affected tissues
to help prevent tonsilitis
or laryngitis. SCOTT'S
is worth insisting upon.
I wish to announce
that 1 am now the only
i JUSTICE OF
! THE PEACE
in Greater Omaha.
H. GLENN MORAN,
638 Rom Bldg.,
. Phone Tyler S88. j
San Diego. Owing to Bishop's weak
ened condition it was impossible to
move him until an ambulance arrived
two days later.
Compass Went Wrong.
'The compass went wrong on us,"
Bishop said today. "When we landed
at the Gulf of California, January 10
at exactly 12:30 o'clock, we thought
we were landing on the edge of Sal
"We did not discover our mistake
until we noticed the tide coming in
and obliterating our foot prints. Then,
and not until then, did we realize we
Bishop's condition was such it was
impossible for him to continue with
his story. He said fantly he did not
know how far he had walked, "be
cause it was so far I took no notice
of the distance."
Winn Proebstel, who was the first
of the searchers to find Colonel Bish
op, gave a detailed story here to
day of the finding of the officers.
"I found Colonel Bishop about 11
o'clock Thursday evening," he said.
"He was half-sitting, half-reclining
under a bush in an arroyo, wet to
the bone, and almost speechless. The
first thing he did was to ask me who
I was, and what I was doing out
there. Then he asked me to make him
Tried to Catch Rain.
"Colonel Bishop had spread his coat
in a depression to catch rain water.
He said that after Lieutenant Robert
son had left him last Wednesday
morning to press on for help, he had
not moved 300 yards. A fire he had
built, was extinguished by . heavy
rain. He felt sure, he said, that Rob
ertson would find aid."
Proebstel said that he and his com
panion built a fire on each side of the
rescued man, wrapped him in sweat
ers and gave him light nourishment.
The rescuers were supplied with con
densed milk and on this, a little cof
fee and toast, and beef broth made
from fresh meat, he subsisted from
the time he was found until the ar
rival of Surgeon Major Brown and
his soldiers Saturday morning.
Colonel Bishop fainted three times
from weakness, but insisted that he
was "no baby" and rebelled against
San Diego, Cat., Jan. 21. Major
William J. Bumside of the field offi
cers' aviation school, speaking for
Colonel W. A. Glassford, command
ant of the army aeronautical depart
ment, said the aeroplane abandoned
by Robertson and Bishop in the
Sonora desert probably will be left
there, owing to the difficulty of find
ing it and bringing it to the horder.
The aeroplane was valued at $10,000
and was comparatively new.
The flotilla of aeroplanes which
went to Calexico from here during
the week to aid in the search for the
aviators has been ordered to return
to North Island tomorrow, weather
Butter for Soap
In Siberia, While
Scarce in Moscow
New York. Jan. 22. The purchase
in the United States of refrigerating
equipment to the value of $30,000,000
to conserve and develop along econo
mic lines the fresh beef and dairy in
dustry of Russia, has been authorized
by the Russian-American Conserva
tion and Industrial Stock company,
backed by the Russian government,
according to J. H. Gullak of Moscow,
who arrived here today from Bergen.
Mr. Gullak is manager of the tech
nical department of the purchasing
company and he said today that the
war has emphasized the need for
the immediate development of the re
frigerating industry of his country.
Part of his purchases here, he added,
will be 10,000 modern refrigerator cars
in addition to heavy machinery for
cold storage and freezing operations.
"As an indication of the need of
such development," he said, "butter
now is selling in Moscow for three
roubles and 80 kopes a pound, while
at the same time in Siberia, butter
is Being used to make soap.
For Those Who Suffer
Pain in Stomach, Back ii;
or Joints .1
(By Samuel Hamilton, M. D.)
In recent yean investigation by
means of X-rays, the observations of
scientists such as Cannon, Grutznat ,
Pavlov, Fowler, Hawk, prove that tvn
abundance of water is necessary in
good bodily housekeeping. To drink
a pint of hot water before meajs is
good practice, and those suffering
from a catarrhal condition of the
stomach will find benefit in adding
about 10 grains (one-sixth of a level
teaspoonful) of baking-soda, drinking
it an hour before each meat . .
If your kidneys are sick, or yon
suffer with lumbago or rheumatism
at times, pain in the back or back ef
the neck, take a little Anuric before
meals. Anuric (double strength) can
be found at any good drug store, and.
was first discovered by Dr. Pierce,
of the Surgical Institute in Buffalo.
N. Y. ,f'
When run down, when life indoors
has brought about a stagnant condi
tion in the circulation most every
one is filled with uric acid especial
ly is this so of people past middle age.
This uric acid in the blood often
causes rheumatism, lumbago, swell
ing of hands or feet, or a bag-tike
condition under the eyes. Backache,
frequent urination or the pains and
stiffness of the joints and nigh blood
pressure are also often noticed.
Everyone should drink plenty of pure
water and exercise in tne open air as
much as possible. I have found that
Anuric is an antidote for this uric
acid poison and that it will dissolve
the accumulation ef uric acid in tbe
body much as hot water dissolves
' 1 1 " ' V '
Monday, Jan. 22, 1917.
STORE NEWS FOR TUESDAY.
Phone Douglas 137.
Our Third January
Affords the Real Bargain Harvest of
The Entire Season
TT'S an occasion you cannot afford to overlook. Every section contributes scores
upon scores of most unusual values in merchandise of the wanted sort. Many
lots representing the best values are too small to advertise. It is to your best in
terest to be a daily visitor to this big service store.
Goods, at 19c
One lot of odds and ends, in
cluding pillow tops, scarfs, tow
els, laundry bags, collars, chil
dren's dresses, aprons, bags and
underwear, special, 19c
Cotton, 2 Ball. 5c
Boil proof standard cotton,
in all colors, for embroidery
and cross stitch work; special,
Tuesday, at 2 balls, Sc.
Stamped Towels, 12 Vic
Stamped individual turkish
hand towels,- with pink and blue
borders, special in the clearing,
at 12H each. -
Yarns, 5c Spool
While they last, soiled yarn
in Shetland floss, 4-fold zep
hyr and saxony; sale price,
Burgses-Nasb Ce Dewsk-Slabrs Stere
Four Groups of
Women's Silk Gloves
35c, 49c, and 69c
rpHIS collection of silk gloves is the
-L product of one of the largest
manufacturers of silk gloves in the
market, and are classified in the trade
as "seconds," but in reality they have
a slight imperfection such as a rip in
the seam, or a missing clasp.
These imperfections have been neat-
lv renairerl and t.ha clnvoa in mr.
tnteed to cive satisfAptnrv went Than
are black, white and colors in the as
sortment. The clearing prices are but
their real worth.
Boriess-Nash Co. Mala Fleer
a fraction of
Early Heralds of Spring
Millinery, Tuesday, at $3.95
OUR buyer has just returned from
New York and this collection of
most fashionable spring millinery is
the result of being in the Fashion mar
ket early in plenty of time to get the
New desired shapes in new ribbon
and satin combination. Come in early
Tuesday morning to get first selection,,
for at the price of $3.95, they won't
Bursas s-Nask Co. Den Stairs Stars
Calt and Pepper
Shakers, at 5c
Silver plated salt and pepper
shakers, specially priced in the
clearing, at 5c each.
Rings, at 10c
Imitation tortoise shell rings,
engraved with gold initials.
10c Collar Buttons, 5c
Kremintx collar buttons, were
10c, in the clearing, Be eaeb.
Silver Plated Ware
Crown silver plated knives
and forks, set of 6, were $1.95,
Silver plated picture frames,
Burgess-Naeh Cs. Down Stasrs Stare
Housefurnishings That Every Well Regulated
rutcnen Weeds-All Specially Priced
Extra heavy tin wash boil
er, with copper bottom, special,
No. 9 galvanized Iron wash
boilers, special, $1.39.
Galvanized iron wash tubs,
large No. 8 site, every- one per
fect, special, 98c.
Parlor brooms, 4-sewed, made
of best quality corn, varnished
handle, f0c value, at 35c.
Curtain stretcher, brass
niekle plated pins, full size,
Basswood Ironing boards, 5
foot size, special, 63c.
Soaps, Powders, Etc.
Whi t e
borax naphtha, 10 bars, 34c
ivory soap, large bar, Sc.
Light House cleanser, 8
cans for 10c.
Star naphtha washing
powder, large package, 18c.
Borax soap chips, pkg., Sc.
Toileteer, per can, 14c.
Perfection vacuum washer,
made of zinc, to be used in a
wash boiler, usually sold at
$1.98, special, 98c.
Eclipse wringer bench, made
of hardwood, holds two tubs
and wringer, special, $1.45.
Borgsss-Nssh Co. Down Stairs Stors
Willow clothes basket, wood
bottom, hand made, oval shape,
large size, $1.75 value, $1J9.
Nickle plated clothes line
Horse shoe brand clothes
wringers, chemical brand, war
ranted for five years, $6,50
value, at $4.98.
Scrub brushes, tampico, as
sorted shapes, 10c
Soap saver wash board, metal
backs, special, 48c
Basswood ironing board with
stand, special, 98c
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Bee Want Ad. Tyler 1000
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