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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1920.
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ALL GOLD GASES
URGED BY CITY
Dr. Edwards Organizing
Forces as Means of Prepar
"OnlChicago Situation. ,
Dr. J. F. Edwards, health com
missioner, is organizing his forces
to combat influenza if a recurrence
of last year's epidemic should ap
"I believe in preparedness," the
doctor said, "especially when we
are warned as we are today in
Omaha. Only one specific case of
influenza was reported Tuesday
and onsv six this month, but there is
a prevalence of colds and other
symptoms of mild influenza. I will
again urge Omahans to observe, iso
lation when they have colds."
r Chicago Situation Serious.
The health commissioner met yes-
Vterday with the superintendents
ty nurses of all Omaha hospitals, to
. Abtain information on the nursing
i u-engm 01 ine ctty ana aiso me
h spital accommodations. He will
ask the Omaha-Douglas County
Medical society to appoint an ad
visory committee to work with the
health department in the event that
an influenza outbreak should occur.
A telegram received yesterday by
Dr. Edwards from Dr. John Ditt
Robertson Chicago health commis
sioner, stated that 1,887 new cases
of influenza were reported Tuesday
in the Illinois metropolis; that 30
deaths were from pneumonia and
13 from influenza. The Chicago
health commissioner wired that he
has organized a force of 900 nurses
in addition to his regular staff for
house to house visitation.
Careful School Supervision.
The school nurses here are ex
cluding all children who have sore
throats, coughs, fever or other in
dications of illness. The situation
lit South Centraf school. Twenty
fifth and L streets, is similar to that
which was reported from Vinton
1 . . . 1
scnooi, iwemy-nrsi street aim
Boulevard" avenue. The percentage
pi absentees from all of the schoojs
is unusually high.
Examinations of children are be
ivtg made with extra care on account
or the general situation.
NEW FLU CASES
Four More Motion Picture
Theaters Closed in Chicago
And Warning Issued Others.
OF MAN WHO SHOT
CHIEF OF POLICE
Positive Identification of Mexi
v can, Martinez, Made by
' . Three Persons.
Chicago. Jan. 21. Although the
number of new influenza cases re
ported Wednesday decreased as
compared to Tuesday's figures, the
heaviest death toll for 24 hours since
the epidemic of 1918 was indicated.
The pneumonia situation was report
ed to be similar.
The health department announced
that-35 deaths from influenza and
47 from pneumonia occurred. New
influenza cases totalled' 1,725
against 2,514 Tuesday with new
pneumonia cases numbering 191.
Tuesday's figures were 297.
Four more motion picture theaters
have been closed, the health depart
ment announced and warnings have
been sent to other play houses to
observe strictly the department's
regulations as to ventilation and san
, itary conditions. (
"Whoa!" Said Justice
To Geo. Materivgesiski
And Joseph Oszkuarek
The warMs over.
Official announcement of the ces
sation of hostilities was made yes
terday afternoon by George S. Col
lins, justice of the peace, second
floor, southeast corner Seventeenth
and Farnam streets.
Mike Samson appeared in court
against George Materivgesiki and Jo
seph Oszkuarek, the defendants be
ing 'charged with disturbing the
peace, and all litigants being Poles
residing in Thirty-sixth avenue,
South Side. . v
"Whoa!" said Justice Collins, ad
justing his spectacles. "The war is
over and Poland is free. You should!
live in peace with eacn other. We
- need more brotherly love during this
reconstruction periods I will con
tinue this case for 30 days and in
the meantime I trust that you will
establish friendly relations."
A new moistener for stamps,, en
velopes' or gummed labels is an
aluminum tube to hold water, hav
ing a finely perforated top through
which the water exudes as it is
turned in the proper position.
Maybe this name, the
Is some new breakfast food.
Nope. See papers tomorrow.
A child should not look pale,
, thin or worn. Such condition
denotes malnutrition. To
keep up growth and robust
ness a child needs a plenitude
ol food rich in vitamins.
abundant in growth-promoting
properties, is "an ideal supple,
mental food that could well be
a part of the diet of every
Children always do wall
on Scott Emulsion.
Grand Island, Neb., Jan. 21.
(Special.) A new turn to the search
for the slayer of two police officers
at North Platte last week, was in
troduced by Sheriff James Benton
of Lexington here today when he
produced two photographs of Jose
Martinez, the man wanted.
Sheriff Renton located a bundle of
photographs at Alliance, taken of
various Mexicans who had at some
time or other been held in jail there.
These pictures were rushed to
North Platte and first shown to
Nick Chiros, ex-soldier, and the
man who stopped one of the alleged
murderers with a shot im the neck.
Chiros examined the " pictures
carefully and picked out the one of
Jose Martinez as that of the fugi
tive. The photographs were then
shown the wounded Mexican. He
went through them several times,
but finally selected the same pic
ture chosen by Chiros, and declared
that to be of- the man wanted, and
Jie landlady of the house where
the two Mexicans were known to
have spent one night, also identified
The pictures are a front and a
side view. Both are clear prints,
and show the man to be smooth
shaven, about 30 years old, lean and
muscular, with a decidedly vicious
cast of countenance.
Copies of the pictures were dis
patched at once by the sheriff to
all the men hunting the Mexican.
Local police authorities do not be
lieve the pictures to be of the same
Jose Martinez who was held in the
jail here in December.
The Mexican couple' arrested
here Monday giving the names, Mrs.
Maria Martinez and Marciano Lo
pez, are still being held. The county
attorney at North Platte telephoned
the police here at 2 a. m. today to
hold the couple until further or
ders. He declared he had some new
evidence which might seriously iif
volve them in the case.
Successful Year Reported
By Omaha Insurance Body
The annual meeting of the North
American Life Insurance Co., an
Omaha corporation, was held in the
general offices at Thirteenth and
Farnam streets yesterday. Re
ports of the officers showed a very
successful year and prospects for
the biggest year in the history of
the organization. G. L. E. Kling
beil was elected a director for five
years to succeed himself.
After the stockholders' meeting
the directors met and elected the
following officers: G. L. E. Kling
beil, president; W. W. Young, gen
eral counsel and treasurer; B. B.
Hall, secretary and assistant treas
urer, and Dr. George Haslam of Fre
mont, Neb., vice-president and med
Clyde G. Smith Re-Elected
Clyde G. Smith was re-elected
president at the first annual meet
ing of the Northwestern Life Insur
ance Co., an Omaha corporation,
yesterday. James A, Rodman was
elected vice-president and treasurer,
Guy A. Collard, vice-president, and
Philip J. Harrison, secretary.
The reports of the officers showed
a large business since the organiza
tion of the company "last May. The
company reports that they are es
pecially pleased over the class of
men who have taken policies num
bering some of the biggest business
men in Omaha and Nebraska.
First Technical "Prohi"
Arrest Brings $100 Fine
The first technical violation of the
18th amendment in Omaha brought
a fine of $100 and costs to C. C.
Smith, Thirteenth and Howard
streets, who was arrested Tuesday
for illegal possession of liquor.
Smith pleaded guilty in Central po
lice court yesterday when arraigned
before Police Judge Fitzgerald.
Three pints of home-made whisky
was found on him when Policemen
Dudley and Ford made the "arrest.
To Heal A Cough'
Tk HAVES' HEALING HONEY) 36c.
FIRST PRIZE IN'
IS WON BY GIRL
Walnut Hill Student's Essay
Wins $10 Award
Made by Thrift
- . Committee. '
Gayle Wagner of . Walnut Hill
school was awarded first prize in
the "Make a Will contest being con
ducted by the .thrift committee
through the Omaha "schools. The
awards was made to Miss Wagner's
essay in competition with nearly 100
other essays submitted from the pub
lic, private and parochial schools of
the citl. " ' .
Miss Wagner is 14 years old, is in
Eighth A grade and lives at 4204
Franklin street. She will be given
$10 when she calls at thrift head
quarters, 1203 Farnam street.
Honorable mention was given Sa
die Bercu, Eighth B, Central school,
and Ethel Dow, Eighth grade, St.
Mary parochial school, South
Omaha. " s " 1
One Prize a Day.
One prize will be announced each
day in the future until the list of
eight have been announced. The
awards are niade by a committee
consisting of Mis Elizabeth Stew
art, Y. M. C. A. worker, who spent
several years in Europe in war work;
Father Stagno of St. Anne "Catholic
church and T. R. Porter, local news
Here is the essay that won the
Why One Should Make a Will.
"Have vou ever thought of mak
ing a will? By making one a per
son can safeguard his home and
family, 'also make them happy. If
a will is not made, the property you
leave will be taken to court and put
into the hands of an administrator,
who will trke charge of it, pay your
Keep Juniper Tar In the Mcdlcino
hest for Emergencies.
60 Doses, 30c at druggists
Big Purchase Floor
Lamps and Shades
On Sale Saturday
Union Outfitting Co.
Sale Brings a Large Stock at
an Immense Saving Over
Floor Bases and Shades Em
brace Newest and Most
The. soft rays of a lamp add so
much to the attractiveness of a
room that the Special Purchase
Sale of Floor Bases and Lamp
Shades, which takes place at the
Union Outfitting Company next
Saturday is certain to -create
' The immense purchase includes
beautiful lamps in all the latest
colors, designs and sizes High
Piano Lamps, Junior Lamps,
Boudoir Lamps, Low Davenport
and . Table Lamps, with artistic
shades in every imaginable color.
Among the beautiful bases are
hand-painted and hand-carved de
signs, as well as the popular ma
hogany and mahogany finished
ones, at big savings.
The wonderful values resulting
from this fortunate purchase are
further evidence of the ever
growing Buying Power of the
Union Outfitting Company, locat
ed out of the High Rent District.
As always, you make your own
Free Lectures for Non-Catholics
St. Cecilia's Cathedral
- 701 'North 40th St. ' Omaha, Neb.
From Sunday, January 25, to Sunday, February 8, 1920
The Rev. Bertrand L. Conway and
The Rev. John E. Burke
Of the paulist fathers of new YORK
The purpose of these lectures is to explain the doctrines of the
Catho'.ic Church to all seekers of the truth, and to answer in a kindly
manner all their difficulties. ' j - '
Question Box: Questions deposited in the Question Box at the
door Vf the church will be answered the following evening.
. ORDER OF THE LECTURES
Sunday, January 25, 11 A. M. "The Church's Divine Mission."
Sunday, January 25, 8 P. M. "What Think You of Christ?"
Monday,' January 26, 8 P. M. "Reason and Faith." -Tuesday,
January 27, 8 P. M. "Is One Church as Good as
Wednesday, January 28, 8 P. M. "The Kingdom Of God."
Thursday, January 29, 8 P. M. "The Church and the Bible."
Friday, January 30, 8 P. M. "The Papacy." '
- Sunday, February 1, 11 A. M. "Church Unity."
Sunday, February 1, 8 P. M. "Religion in Spirit and in
Monday, February 2, 8 P. M. "Confession of Sins to a
Priest." v -
Tuesday, February 3, 8 P. M. "The Holy Eucharist."
Wednesday, February 4, 8 P. M. "After Death What?" .
Thursday, February 5, 8 P. M. "Marriage and Divorce."
y Friday, February 6, 8 P. M. "The Church and Intellectual
Sunday, February 8, 11 A. M. "It Is the Mass that Matters.".
Sunday, February 8, 8 P. M. "Why I Am a Catholic."
AfL J40N-CATHOLICS CORDIALLY INVITED
debts and divide the,, remainder
among the persons to whom you
"When a will is made it is made to
the person or persons who are heirs
to the estate, money or anything
else that might be left.
"First of all your debts must be
paid, and the remaining property
will go to the person or persons to
whom the will is made.
' Danger of Loss. 1
v "Please air. Willmaker do not at
tempt to make your own will It
is often very dangerous for many
reasons. (1 ) Losses may be caused.
This would be as bad if not worse
than no will at all. (2.) The word
ing and terms may be wrong. This
will cause discussion in court, yr
.. "Death is the one certain thing in
life, but we never know when it
may come. If you postpone making
a will it is unfair to those depend
ing on you.. If one has ever 'talked
with a widow he will never neglect
or regret making a will.
Benjamin Franklin said: ''When
the well is dry we know the worth
of water." . .
"The will saves expenses and
court proceedings. If handled by
a trust company satisfactory distri
bution of estates and protection of
heirs against foolish investments
Bee Want-Ads Produce Results.
Works Two Days and
Disappears at Same
Time $3,200 Missed
Grand Island, Neb., Jan. 21.
(Special.) H. H. Wolfe, 30 years
old, relief operator for the Burling
ton railroad at Cairo, 19 miles north
west of here, disappeared sometime
between Monday afternoon and
Tuesday morning, wilh $3,000 in
currency sent by the Grand Island
National bank te the Farmers' State
bank at Cairo, and from $100 to
$200 belonging to the railroad com
pany, according to Sheriff Mc
Cutchan of this city.
Wolfe came to work at Cairo from
Omaha, and had been on his new
job but two days. He had previous
ly worked at Los Angeles, Cal., and
El Paso, Tex.
Sheriff McCutdian is investigating
the case. He says the bank package
arrived at Cairo at 3:50 Monday aft
ernoon and was delivered to Wolfe,
who went off duty at 4. Wolfe did
not appear for work Tuesday morn
ing, and the loss of the currency was
Wolfe left no clue, the sheriff
Bee Want-Ads Produce Results.
,JJ) FOR. ' PsESSjU'
Commencing Thursday at 9 A. M.
Our Great 3-Day Clearance of
Men's Overcoats, Suits and Furnishings
Overcoats and Suits
THREE ENGLISH MOLE SKIS
ULSTER COATS leather lined;
Possum collar; belt all around;
fine" coat for motoring; sold for
$50, special, for this sale, u.t,
10.P1ECED COOX COATS; good
serviceable coats for rough
wear; sold for $40, special,
7 CHINESE DOG COATS;
former price, $35; special, for
this sale, at . 23.75
7 LEATHERETTE EETEHSI
BLE COATS; . former price,
23.75; special, in this sale,
, at 17.05
15 LEATHER COATS, reversi
ble; fine for auto wear, and very
popular this-season. These coats
sold at from $35 to $40. priced
specially, for this sale, 26.75
4 SUEDE COATS; regular $30
coats; special, for this sale, at
5 VESTS; all wool; the Patrick
Duluth brand; formerly sold for
$6; special, 'at 3.75
12 ALL WOOL MACKINAW
TESTS; double breasted; all
sizes represented; regular $3
values, special, at 2.75
FUR COLLAR OVERCOATS for
young men. These come in green,
brown and black kerseys, also
In Scotch mixtures. They have
Hudson seal, Otter and Blended
Rat collar; only 9 1n the lot
get yours early. The former
prices were from 42.50 to $55,
special, iii this sale, at, 29.75
18 Odd Size Suits; 32.50
One of a kind. These are long
stout suits, for men who- think
they are hard to fit All sizes
are represented, from 40 to 50.
They formerly sold at $45 and
$50, specially priced, for this
sale, at 32.50
Stout Suits, 32.50
All wool worsteds and cassi
mere suits; sizes 39 to 44; sold
at 42.50, $45 and $50, specially
priced, for this sale, at, 32.50
14 stout suits; sold from $25 to
37.50; special, at 18.50
Young Men's Suits
In broken lots; all this season's
models. There are one and two
suits of a kind. Some, are high
waist models, some are double
breasted, some have one-half
belts and some have belts all
around, They come in cassi
meres, tweeds and blue serges,
and all sizes are represented.
These suits have been selling
for from $40, 42.50 to $45. They
are all going in this sale,
Broken Lots of High Grade
Overcoats, 29.75, 39.50
They come In belters, single and
double breasted ulsters, form
fitting coats and Chesterfield
coats. They are all this season's
models, but -only one or two
coats of a kind. They are
grouped, for this sale, into two
big lots; lot 1, sold at $40. 42.50
and $45, special, at 29.75
Lot 2, sold from 47.50 to $55,
special, at 39.50
265 Mackinaws at $6.95
For men and young men; wool; in all sizes; shawl collar; half
belts and belts all around. They come in brown, gray and green
mixtures. These coats are just the thing for out door" wear. They
formerly sold for 11.50 to 13.50; specially priced, for this sale,
I Brandeis Stores Second Floor Men's Store.
300 Pairs at 5.45
There are 300 pairs of these shoes
of extra good quality, taken from
broken lines. They come both in
gun metal and vici kid, in high or
English style toe. The lot includes
a wide range of styles and sizes,
and they sold at from 8.50 to $10.
Special, in this sale, at 5.45
200 Pairs at 3.95
In odds and ends; about 200
pairs; all of very good quality,
but broken lots. They have welt
ed soles, and come in Russian
calf and gun metal. Regular $C
and 8.50 values, special, . 3.95
Men's Rubbers at 69c
An assortment of 200 pairs of men's
low cut rubbers; good run of sizes;
just the kind that are needed for
these bad days. They are regular 1.25
and J.50 values, special, at 69
Men's Felt Slippers at 49c
These slippers are odds and ends left
over from the Holiday sales. They
are of excellent quality, and come in
Romeo and low cut styles. There
is a good range of sizes, from 5 to
12. They have padded soles and
are very good values, at pair . 49C
Boys' Shoes at 2.65
These shoes arc fine for school wear,
and they come in a good range of
sizes, from 1 to 6. There are Boy
Scout shoes, Blutcher cuts, and but
ton styles, in gun metal calf. Regular
values, 3.93 to 5,00; special, for this
sale, at 2.65
Brandeis Stores Main Floor
Apparel for Boys
Here is an opportunity for every mother in Omaha
to make a profitable investment, that wll pay big re
. turns in all around satisfaction. Fit the boy with a new
suit or overcoat, while you can get such good clothing
at these great reductions In price.
Boys' One and Two Pants Suits . r
made of Worsteds in gray and brown, and novelty mixtures. They
come in all of the latest models, with waist seam, side swing pockets,
and belts. Some have extra pair of pants; sizes 7 to 16 rears. SuJU
selling at $12.00 and ' ,
$15.00 special, at v -9.85 ,
. $15.00 to $20.00 values, special, at 13.85
Overcoats, Sizes 2 to 17 Years
Both single and double breasted models; convertible collars, or
buttoning up to the neck. Some have belted backs, others are belt
ed all around. Some have detachable fur collars. The coats are
all made of the best of materials, and come in all colors and shades
of different mixtures. There are also 25 belted chinchilla coats;
regular $12.50 values, special, at - ' 7.50
A few of the other values are as follows:
tza.uu coats, special, at lit. la
$22.50 coats, special, at . ' 16.75
$20.00 coats, special, at 13.50
$13.00 and $15.00 coats, special, at t y 9.85
$10.00 and $12.00 coats, special, at 8.65
Convertible Leather Coats. '
For the boys; in different
styles; belts all around; all siz
es; regular 32.50 values, special,
Steep Skin Coats
For boys; the Gordon Fergu
son coat; regular 16.50 values,
special, at, 9.65
Good, Warm Mackinaws for Boys
Double breasted models, with convertible shawl collars; belts all
around or half belts: patch pockets; all wool fabrics to plaids and
stripes; ages 6 to 17 years.
$20.00 coats, at - ' 17.50
$11.50 and $15.00 coats, at 9.85
$5.50 coats, at' y 3.75
All Wool Sweaters
for boys; slip on sweaters and sweater coats. Coats have large
shawl collars; brown,.blue, gray, and all different colors in stripes;
in three lots for this sale, as follows: .
Lot 15.50, $6.00 and 7.50 values, at '
Lot 22.50 and $3.00 values, at t
Lot 31.50 and 2.50 values, at 95
-Brandeis Stores Second Floor Men's Store.
3-Day Clearance of
Of silk and cotton, and silk and fiber; some are
samples; some have slight imperfections. Worth
regularly from 6.50 to $10,
Of French flannel and madras; samples and odd
lots from our regular stock, worth n qk
$5, sale price Li)o
Fine Silk Neckwear
Left over from the holidays; some of our best
stock, sold for from 1.50 to 2.50, -g (yr
special, at u
Men's Silk Shirts
Odd lots from our regular stock; in striped pat
terns and plain colors; include crepes, satins,'
jersey silks and broadcloth. The sizes are broken,
but there are all sizes in the lot. They are reg
ularly $10 and 12.50 values, specially nr
priced, at U.tO
Madras and Percale Shirts
Odds and ends, and soiled lots; in neckband and
collar attached styles; neat striped patterns;
worth $1 to 1.50, special, -
Silk Four-in-Hand Ties
Odd lots from our 75c and $1 quality; plain and
fancy patterns, about 100 dozen in QK
the lot, special, at OOL
Men's Chamoisette Gloves
In colors of gray, black or tan. Regular $1.00
value, but priced specially in this x KQ
sale at, a pairT UUis
Brandeis Stores Main Floor Men's Store
Men's and Boys' Wearing Apparel
In the Basement-
16.50 to 30.00 Overcoats
Your choice of any overcoat
in our basement including storm
ulsterettes, and form fitting
72 Young Men's Suits
$15 and $13 Values, at
These suits are especially
good for the young fellows who
are just out of short trousers;
brown, gray and dark mixtures
and are wonderful values at the
77 of these wind and rain proof
coats, made to stand hard wear;
sizes up to 46; regular 8.50 and
$10 values, special - g
Suits, Coats and .
For boys; the suits are Croinp
ton water proof corduroys, and
come in sizes 6 to ,17 years.
The overcoats are of gray
and blue chinchilla, and fancy
mixed goods; be its all around,
and button to the neck styles;
sizes 2Vt to 10 years.
The mackinaws are in sport
plaids, with large convertible
collars; sizes 6 to 17 years.
These suits and coats are 10.50
and 12.50 values, Q f(
offered in this sale Q llll
Men's Sheep Lined
Just 21 in the lot; all moleskin
shell; sizes 36, 38. 40 and 42;
regular 22.50 and $25 -i Q AT?
mlues, at 1 0.410
583 Pairs of Trousers
For men and young men. They
come in neat striped patterns,
strongly tailored and extra well
made. Size 30 to 42 waist. Val
ues up to .V0, rt m q
For the little fellows; about 82 .
of these suits in Norfolk styles;
sizes 2 to 8 years; Q QK
7.50 values. cial, at OtUO
Boys' Sweaters "
With large shawl collars and 2
side pockets. A few all wool
sweaters for the little tots, sizes '
to 26; 1.98 and 2.50 QQ
values, special, at OtU
For the boys. Also some in plain
and fancy mixtures; sizes 6 to
17; straight leg styles for boys
3 to 8; all full cut and well
made; values up to -t (
"25. special, at 1SV
Big Boys' Overcoats
There are just 28 of these over
coats for bia boys, in sizes 13,
14. 15, 16 and 17; reg
ular $10 values, at
Wool Shirts, and
For men; shirts in sizes 34 to
40; drawers in siz.es 30 to 38;
regular 1.95 values, -t f(
at per garment l.UU
Shirts and Drawers
For men; fleece lined; derby
ribbed; sizes up to 44; rTQ,
1.25 values, at, garment I uC
Three Day Clearance of
Trunks, Traveling Bags
and Suit Cases
Wc have purchased the sample line of trunks,
bags and suit cases, from the Duro Trunk &
Dag Co., St. Joseph, Mo., at one-third off their
lowest -wholesale price. That is why we can
offer them to you, for these three days, at
one-third to' one-half less than you would other
wise have to pay.
The traveling bags range in
price from . ,2.65 to 27.50
- Suit cases from. " 2.45 to 16.50
General Purpose Trunks, 11.50 to 17.50
Brandeis Stores Main Floor Men's Store.
Clearance of Mens and Boys'
Men's Winter' Caps
About 200 dozen; Brigh
ton and golf styles: all
sizes; $2 and 2.50 values,
special, at $1
Fine Winter Caps
For men; about 5 dozen;
silk, fur and plush lined
ear tabs; regular $4 val
ues; 8pecialat - S2
All of the men's $1 win
ter caps go in one big
lot, Thursday, at 65
All Boyal.50 Caps
In onejrfg lot, Thursday
Plush Bah Rah Hats
For the boys, all' $2 val
ues, in one big lot,
Thursday, at $1
All Boys' $1 and 125
Special, at 756
Tarns and Rah Rah
For boys; regular 1.25
values, all in one big lot,
Knit Hockey Caps
In plain and fancy col
ors; 50c and 65c values,
all in one big lot, 19
Brandeis Stores Main Floor Arcade.
3-Day Clearance Sale of Stoves In the Basement
Magic Cast Range
This cast iron stove is made by the Independ
ent Stove Co., at Owosso, Michigan. It has a
6-hole top and a 16-inch oven fitted with T
shelf, with coffee and tea pot stand attached.
Offered special, in Qf FCjfl
this sale, at D4tOU
Brandeis Stores Basement South .
Rex Oak Stoves
A VTe are making a special offer, during this clearance
sale, of our well known Red Oak heating stove. This stove
is beautifully finished, having highly finished nickle foot
rails and urn. It will burn wood and hard or soft coal, mak
ing it easily adaptable to any locality. It comes in the fol
lowing sizes : t -
10-lnch firepot, at 8.9$ I 15-inch firepot, at 14.98
13-inch firepot. t 12.98 17-inch firepot, at 17.98
19-inch firepot, at " 19.98
This is the Majestic heater with heavy copper wire
guard, and copper reflector. Six feet n QQ
of cord attached, special, at jO
x"Perfect Oil Heaters s
With blue steel drum, and nicely japanned trim
mings. Small size, at &98
Large size, at .49
Brandeis Stores Basement South.
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