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Monde Model '
at Style Show
Hut Market Vr k (,'romU Arc
I'm ifiVl Whrii Ak-l?ar-Hen
FnijMTponator Doff Hi
u !! Mtttiu for inure than t'K)
isitini nurilnnt in Oniala .itu-ii'I-tig
the eolith annual Merchants
lrinR M.ii!i't week, were tuged at
Ityritc-ILiiimifr anil M. H. Smith &
In, yr-.tcril.iy afternoon at .',
1 hi iiicn li;mtt and their wie st
'lie 1irnk ( tlifir youtiK live at tlie
Siniili t-hnw. A beautiful blonde, an
imported iiioifcl. diilavrd MunnitiR
mlr te unit, evening gown, hath
in Miil and other wcmnK apparel.
t snrli rrniipraranre she nii" le.
I in.illy a .isD went up frnin tlie
iiidirticf of oprn mouthed merchant
lirti she appeared a l.i Ornpatra
with lirad and veil and rr(otined a
M-niriitiiie. I"Kptiait d;inre.
rvcivllriia u nut to rtIiK hmv
ier, when the blonde "dc. iBKed"
slid wa introduced a Walter
Ad.itii", well known female iinper
nater and la.ic dancer of the Ak
Sar Uin linv.
Style Are Stunning.
Advanrcd M)lc displayed at the
two lii arc stnnnii:(f. Women
v il wear all rrdors in i.u't there is
mi set colur scheme, each individual
sclciiinii the color she wants to
veir. At hotti nlace there were 12
living models exhibiting women's
wear anil several youngster wear
inr the l.itc-t in children's wear.
CnaK suits, cloak, altertioon
Kow ti, s'lks, evening; gown and the
new kiiiiket bofl.er stills were dis
played, llotli show rooms were dec
orated in flowers and colored lights
Special music by orchestra were fea
ture. Merchants Buying Freely.
"The merchants in town this week
nre the livest I've seen for years;
The Dancing Master
By RUBY M. AYkfcS
Kov Hvrne of Hvrnc-llammer said
this morning. "We always have ex
colletit entertainments for the mer
chains during market week but this
vrar the mcichaii'.s are not just look
incr for entertainment. They have
come to Omaha to buy ami they are
buying more and at better values
than thrv have for several years.
They are finding plenty of stocks to
select from at attractive pr'ces and
they are takmij advantage of them
and are building up depleted stocks
caused by the recent financial diffi
"f pet the same reports from other
manufacturers and jobbers," Mr.
Ijyrne said. "More merchants arc
cspectcd Thursday and I am confi
dent the buying will be heavier than
it has been since prewar days."
Si. Paul School Head Is
Rc-Elecletl for Next Year
'Si P:...t VMi f:irrll 8 ( Sne.
rial.) At the regular meeting of the
lioard of Education Supt. 11. G.
Stout was re-elected for another year
at a salary of $2,800. Mr. Stout is
now serving his fourth year as head
of the St. Paul schools. The election
of other teachers will not come until
the April meeting, but no reduction
in salaries is considered for teachers
who remain in the schools next year.
Man Sentenced to Day in Jail
: for Each Dollar Embezzled
Nebraska City, Neb., March 8.
Roscoe V. Gaddis-. former city sales
man for the Nebraska City Water
& Light company, pleaded guilty in
county court to a charge of embez
zlement of $30 from the company
and was sentenced to 30 days in the
city jail at hard labor. He was ar
rested at Lincoln. He left the em
ploy of the company several weeks
Omaha Audit Company Seeks
Access to Burlington Tariff
Lincoln. March S. (Special Tele
gram.) The Omaha Audit company
filed a request with the state railway
commission to force the Burlington
to present its freight tariffs to that
company. The assertion is made that
the Burlington is the only road in
Nebraska refusing the company ac
cess to its tariffs.
niWT7 tr-' " -.1? ib
Can Be Quickly Overuse by
table act sure
my Kcuuy uu
the liver. Re-
aess and indigestion. They do their
pains quickly soothed
THAT dragginir. waarinf taekadM,
that ao many women suffer from, a
Slickly eased by an application of Sloaa'a
absent. A'o rubbinf, asaaneaa, or
skin ataina. It's good for all thm family
and all kinds of "external" aehea and
pains. At ail druggist. 35c, 70c, II. 40,
sveep it mbht
Iiishlh ImiiHi. a rxumrr W
lllns tf tllr ruin, 1 Ink Urr In
a bll, h Irrlm ktrh Id rul.lia.l hr.
Iwn fcrr du4. aMHir.Nil irmh a4
Id smart tlnlhr III Mltivr rr.
TH unlf rwit ti slrflAS
luara alir Uvm ttr im I'al rluiu. iM
Irtr. nn ..! rrrm. la imrh hr la
iJih-, r llfahrili' rrlaiit Ull br that
ha la a itanHng oarhrri IMal h la mar.
ttrA ma ilial aba la aul la atl hi
aaala. r.iiala4h a una la, Hh tthuia alt
maila har Soma, Sl-. in hae an Kma
aha mrrla KraN, aul ha d aul aaros
ulia lirf Mallar onralh (iroiwaaa, hul
alia rrlmla liin, llrr uHla lraa brr
tinle c loo. ha gora la Ilia rlly aad, un
rinrrlnll,. ttiarl I'ol Kualnn.
liu Wliil ftK STOUT.
Kenllnunl Irani lralrrdar.
There a a little silciue: then:
"ht' your name:" asked the Rtrl
"And you've not only an aunt:"
"And a couoln."
"And they don't want ou?"
"No; they certainly don't." I'.lia
bet It said emphatically.
She looked up at Iter companion
with troubled eyes.
"I suppose you've got lots of peo
ple belonging to you?' she liaardcd.
The elder girl laughed.
"Have I? I'll take good care I
haven't." she aid. " like being on
my own. I like to be independent,
but I was jut thinking, if you reallv
want to learn dancing and don't
mind raying for it, I know someone
who'll do the trick for you a friend
Elizabeth's eve crew eager. "Re
allv! Oh. do you. really?"
The other girl nodded.
"I do. Here. I'll give you my ad
dress." She rummaged in a shab
bily smart bat; she carried. "My
name's Enid Sanger, ami I'm a man
nequin in the daytime, if you know
what that is, at I.couore's. the court
dressmakers. It's a rotten job, rot-
tin pav and rotten treatment, but it's
all 1 can do. Here's my adJres.,
there's nothing smart about it. I've,
f tdy got a small flat, but it you like
to come along one evening tomor
row, if you like I II fix you up.
do a bit of dancing myself in the
"Oh. you are bind."
The rather jaded face flushed, and
the darkened eves wavered for an in
stant. "Am 1? Oh, well, we'll cut
that out. I've got to shift for my
self, si-": as a great many have.
There's only one, thing don't tell
your people, that aunt and cousin, or
they'll be sure to queer the whole
"Good! See you tomorrow, then
Its stopped raining. I'll show you
your way back if you like.
J hey walked up the wet roaa to
gether, the one cheaply smart, the
other hopelessly dowdy.
"I here s one thing," the elder girl
said presently. "You'll have to pay
in advance can you do that?"
"Yes, I can get the money in two
days. I think.".'
"That 11 do. lhat s your way to
the right, and the second turning
you into Albany street.'
lhank- von, thank you ever so
much." Elizabeth's eyes glowed, and
she held out a grateful hand.
Enid Sanger colored in embarrass
You've no need to be so mighty
grateful," she said laconically. I
don't know what your folks are
thinking of, letting a country cabbage
like you run wild in London. By-by."
She waved her nana careiessiy.
and, after waiting for a scared 10
minutes on the curb, Elizabeth
rushed wildlv across the road and
turned into Albany street.
Her spirits had risen again. She
clutched Enid Sanger's card tightly
in her hand. The way of escape had
come; it would only be a question of
days before she could leave her
aunt's house forever.
She lost herself in exciting dream
ing. 6he would team to cance more
quickly than anyone had ever learned
before; she would practice so hard,
make herself perfect, and then, then,
perhaps some day she and Pat Roy
ston would come face to face again,
and she would show him that she was
not the dowdy, countrified girl he had
believed her to be.
Her aunt and cousin 'were both
still out when she got back home
and she was very glad of it.
You're wet through, miss, the
maid said who admitted her.
Elizabeth laughed excitedly.
"Am I? I forgot. But it rained so
hard." She went up to her room and
changed her clothes. She must not
take a chill now, just when every
thing was beginning to look so rosy
for her. As she brushed her hair, she
made wonderful plans for the future.
Presently she put the small looking
glass, which stood on a chest of
drawers, on the floor and in front
of it tried a few of the steps' Roy
ston had shown her.
It was not very successful, as the
glass was so small she only caught
a glimpse of her feet now and again;
but the old intoxication rushed back
into her blood, making the future
seem verv near fulfillment.
Presently she heard Dolly's voice
downstairs and that made her think
of last night and the money she had
lent to her cousin.
She would want it back soon for
the lessons Enid Sanger had prom
ised to arrange for her; she had no
idea how much lessons cost, but she
supposed vaguely that the sum -would
run a lonj way into her small capi
tal. When she heard Dolly go to her
room she went downstairs and
knocked timidly at her door.
Dolly was standing by the dessing
table reading a letter which she
thrust hurriedly out. of sight when
she saw Elizabeth.
"What do you want?" she asked
"Nothing much at least, I wanted
to know it you could let me have
that that money back in two days'
time. I want it.
Dolly colored angrily.
"In two days' time! My good
child, of course I can't. Nor yet in
two years time, if- it comes to that
I told you I was broke I told you
I was on the rocks."
"But but you promised," Eliza
beth stammered, aghast
Dolly took off her hat and flung
it across the room.
"Promises are like piecrusts," she
said brusquely, "when I make
them, at any rate. Sorry, but you
can't have your money back; you
can take it out in board and lodging."
she added with an insufferable laugh.
Elizabeth stared at her cousin
belief; he i
I ad hejrd
4 Isi.itlifiH !te riant-)
jiiu .ri!ind. yt'Ui
with rve til liljn' ib
nmM im! I'Wicw- the
.Jolly itUinptd brr tout. "Don't
keep on iiii thatl Oi cour.e I
prumi.td, r you would neer have
let me hive the money. After all,
what a t'l about lu.i tiiri j . Only
ih A lot ot good it wa la me,"
She went nvcr to the Ureiiig
table and hcKm pulling: down her
luir. Then f.he caught Mijht 'f
! Iiabeth'a atuuned Ut rttbeted in
the mirror liridc Iter emit, ami the
"(t' no u6 looking like thatl"
he Mid, more quietly. "I dare say
it's a bit of a ahock to you to find
that we aren't holy in London
you are down in the country. Hut
a esion won't hurt you. The sooner
von jj' l uH to it the better (or you.
Po you mind if I turn you out now.
l'e Rot to drc."
it .loiliiiird in Ilia lira Tnmortaa. )
Omaha First in
37.800 Head in NiIe Day
PuM Chimp) in Second
Omaha ye-terday was the greatest
liva stock market in the world.
i:en Chicago had to take second
1Ior, cattle and sheep to the num
ber of .17.K0O flowed into the local
stock yards bv freight train, truck
and on the hoof. Chicago had only
3.5.000. Receipts in Omaha and Chi
cago were a follows:
lion .U.on i:,,ini
rlil ." ' ""
fclircp 12, M
About 2,000 of the hogs were
brought in by 250 motor trucks from
points within a radius of 50 miles.
Vr'utnan Suing for $73,000
Suddenly Settles for $1,500 j
It s a woman s privilege to citange
her mind, even in federal court.
Amu M. Indermuehlc of Teka-
mah. Neb., so demonstrated yester
day morning in Judge Woodrough's
court room a few minutes before
her $75,000 damage suit against the
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha railroad began.
She settled for a ' sum between
$1,200 and $1,500.
Mrs. Indermuehlc, a nurse, was in
jured in a fall from a train at Her
man, Neb.. December 20, 1920.
She hobbled into the court room
on one crutch and supported by her
husband on the other side. She is
"Her injuries "were afterward
found to be not permanent, as she
thought." her lawyer, S. A. Harris,
Prowler Put to
Rout From Five
Homes in Dundee
He I lit 1'roiii
lloiirf. Hut l Sured
i Young Bluffs Bandits
Paroled at Fremont
j J ifiii.ini, r!., Manli P - (5per
i al )--l i'i!r l i)tntr I JSluit'a youth,
jj inr.t Jaijut, b'ov ICiuicI, Ui-y
; t'art ud enie l'iJ!u, tuve been
; M'oleJ femluitf umm behavior by
to , hn'j,' I rcitcriiL 1 : 1 1 1 1. ,11 in .h.'lu 1
'court, lollottlMii llicir t olcioi t
attempt to Heal about f 5,hk m
lueiiluiidne (rum bua! ttat dvsitre
i William J.tniir, f.itber to l ruet
-" . J.iineii, w responsible for the ron-
I ie home, in Dundee rie luted "'o and it M lii tonneeiii.n
iiti'l.iv ii hi lit .i a t'umlir uho uid
lad'br at x-me plana, but wa ili
covered in 'l hut n. be lore he ob
t4itied ;oiy hM.
At the home of !. tl, Lldtcde,
employed at the l.ldiedte leyiwdd
tore, 5l"i t'.ijiitol avenue, he Mole
a platinum bar pin, Mriu;; of piarl.
iv alurt. and it tevidver,
S. It. I'ray, district tnnuaucr (
the Standard Od company, 5'H'7
Ca street, heard the piowlcr and
opened a eeond floor window in
time Ij ice him ilee. Stanley Koe
water, nittiuij in hU living room at
4'MS Davenport Mreet. Middeuly ''iv
the face peering t n window, lie
made a run tor the lor ami the
pronlcr fell down the ctep, but e
ciped. At the home of L. C. Joue. 4'16
Capitol avenue, there was a party
for a number of gul members of n
Sunday school n-. 'the giil'
coal were in an upstair room. The
thief had plated a ladder to this
window when be nut een by a
neighbor who called the Dundee pa
trol composed of V. tl. Niched'
and !'. O. Spear. Jone al heard
the thief and ran- around the bouse
after him but h escaped.
The home of W. K. llarllon. 401.1
Davenport street, was also visited
by the prowler but he wa scared
villi tlie i'4'C Cut lnoii.ht itout
I rue.t will go to Ida mule' raucli
in Nt.M-x t'onnty, Wyoming, where
e inn t remain for the nest two
car. 'the other lad are confined
to the limit of Pottawattamie coun
ty during that time.
Over 12 Per Cent
of 1921 Corn Crop
Still on Farms
Amount in Hand. of (.rower
Ii;ditly Smaller Thau in
1 W0 Total of 108.021
Main Arreted MaMiienidiiij
a Tiiii!y Friend" Wouldn't
Hear to See I.oved Ones
Attacked bv Lute
Man Killed by 'His Son iiv
light Over Load of btraw
Xorfolk, Neb., March 8. Frank
Pcnnv was shot and killed by Ins
V -. T-, o t . J-
son, James r. renny. t accoromg
to a report reaching here last night
from Crookston. Neb. The men, ac
cording to the report, had quarreled
over a load of straw.
The father attempted to prevent
the younger man from taking the
straw, when the latter drew a revol
ver and fired two shots, both taking
effect. The father died in a few
Secretary of Beatrice
Chamber of Commerce Quits
Beatrice. Neb., March 8. (Special
Telegram.) At a meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce, C. I--. Jones,
for two years secretary, tendered his
resignation. His successor will be
named later. It was voted to pur
chase markers for the B. V. D.
highway between Beatrice and De
Witt. The road is a connecting line
for the Cornhusker-Goldcnrod high
Wa-hiiiRtou, .March 8 Stocks of
grain on farm March 1 were an
nmmccd today by the Department of
Agriculture as follow:
lorn, UI.U'iU-K) bushels, or 42.6
per cent of the 1021 crop, compared
with l.54.8.!'.tH) bushels, or 4S.JJn
per cent of the 1020 crop, and .'o."6
per rent of the 10 year average,
About 87.5 per cent, or ,605.194.lXiO
bushels, of the I0J1 crop m mcr
lehantjble, compared with So.O per
! cent of the 1020 crop and 70.6 per
(cent of the l-vear average.
! Wheat. 22.214.171.124X10 bushels, cr 16 S
'per cent of the 1021 crop, compared
I with 217.0.17,000 bushels, or 20. t per
r. i, c . c. . cent of the 1920 crop and 10.8 per
farm liureau Secretary nt of ih uu-ear average.
Oats. 404,461,000 bushels, or o8.1
'per cent of the 1021 crop, compared
! with o8J.759.0OO bushels, or 45.7 per
cent of the 1020 crop, and 36.4 per
. . ' . . . C .1. . 1,1 . . . .
Fund Raised to Break Farm
Telegram.) H. D. I-ute, executive
secretary of the Nebraska farm
bureau, in an address before farmers
and business men here, declared that
grain dealers arc raising money to
finance propaganda to educate the
farmers to quit doing business with
themselves, and to put into illrcpute
the United Stales Grain Growers,
Inc., which he declared will put the
farmer on an equal footing with
other scientifically organised bodies.
Me declared the farm bureau is
responsible for putting the grain cor
poration into being, and that the farm
bureau is responsible for better farm
conditions, lower freight rates and
the existence of the farm bloc in
Washington, which he claimed was
born in the farm bureau.
He stated the bureau is now plan
ning to secure still lower freight rates
and a plan by which the farmer can
be financed over the term ot crop
production. He declared this plan
when worked out will take the place
of the War Finance corporation work,
which is temporary and for which the
bureau also take, credit
Hoskins Farmer Satisfied
With $3.30 for Cattle
A load of steers averaging 1,343
pounds was sold on the Omaha
market for $8.30 a hundred by Wil
liam Deck of Hoskins, who said he
was quite satisfied with what he got,
as be received a little more than
some of his neighbors, who shipped
earlier in the season
Held for Chicken Theft.
Beatrice, Neb., March 8. (Special
Telegram.) Tom Day and Francis
South, Beatrice boys charged with
stealing chickens from. Mrs. John
Evans, waived preliminary hearing in
county court. Four other members
of the gang were bound over last
Barley. 40.950.000 bushels, or 27.1
per cent of the 1921 crop, compared
with 65,229,000 bushels, or 34.5 per
cent of the 1020 crop, and 23.6 per
cent of the 10-ycar average.
Stocks on farms in principal pro
ducing states follow:
Of corn (in thousands of bushels):
Illinois, 128.500; Minnesota, 50,58.1;
Iowa, 222,005; Missouri , 69.494;
South Dakota, 51.500; Nebraska, 108,
021; Kansas, 39,835; Texas, 7,514.
Of wheat (in thousands of
bushels): Illinois, 6,333; Minnesota,
6,236; Missouri. 5.169; North Dakota,
13,920; South Dakota. 5.975; .Nebras
ka. 10,778; Kansas, 18,017; Oklahoma,
6,152; Washington, 4,373; Oregon,
Hoagland Man's Leg Broken
in Automobile Accident
Arnold, Neb;, March -8 (Special.)
Warren Dolph, jr., of Hoagland
suffered a broken leg when an'tmto
mobilc driven by Robert Tappaq
overturned. The lights on the" car
being suddenly extinguished is
blamed for the accident. Tappfln
Three Hurt in Auto Wreck.
Nebraska City, Ncb, Mari-li 8.' ;
(Special.) John-A. Dunbar atld two
companions, residents of Dunbar,'
were badly bruised when their car
was overturned about four miles east
of that village, The car was slightly
(Furnished by Omaha Auto Club
Lincoln Highway. East Roads good to
Tlenison and east. Marshalltowa and
Cedar Rapids rair.
Lincoln Highway, -West Roads Bood to
Grand Inland and west.
0. L. D. Highway Roads good to Lin
coln and west.
Highland Cutoff. Rough.
R Y. A. Road Fair.
Cornhusker Highway Fair.
O Street Road Good.
Omaha-Topeka Highway Roads fair.
Bridge at Louisville closed.
George Washington Highway Roads a
Black Hills Trail Roads fair to good.
King of Trails North Roads good to
Missouri Valley, little rough north.
King of Trails.. South Roads good.
River to River Road dood to Des
Whit Polo Road Good to Des Jlolncs.
1. O. A. Shortline Good.
Bluo Grass Road Good.
"Weather reported cloudy at every point
except Ashland, Missouri Valley, Denni
son, Atlantic. Piattsmouth. Predictions
for clear and warmer.
Is Acid, Gassy
A Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet Sweet
ens and Settles Those Sour Ris
ings, Belching- and Gassiness
That Follow Eating. -
No matter how distressed after eating,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets make your
stomach feel rood. It settles down, sweet
ens, goes about its business of digesting
the food and 70a leal content and active.
Eat what you like, turkey dressing, plum
palltnr. rich soap sausage, baked beans
and so on. You msy go the limit provM
ed you always follow with a Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablet. Get a 60-cent box at any
drug store today and test your eating
You are cordially invited to hear
Madame Sturkow-Ryder's compo
sitions on the
SYNCH RON A
Reproducing Piano f
in Our Recital Hall
Tickets may be obtained by ap
plying to our new home
Schmoller & Mueller
!' MMO CO.
When You Visit the
Just Across the Street
Open Day and Night
Why March Is
March is the
ous month of
the year be
more than a
often it is
true that the
if the sys
tem is forti
fied, if the impurities are driven
from the blood, and the nerve tis
sues fed 'with wholesome and
strength-giving food medicine, there
is no danger in the change of sea
sons. Father John's Medicine is in
valuable as a tonic in the spring.
It strengthens the system and drives
out the poisonous waste matter
builds up the body. It is this power
that has made it so successful in
treating colds and throat troubles.
No weakening stimulants, morphine
or other dangerous drugs.
Endurance, Self-Reliance, Pow
er, Swift and Unerring Flight,
FARNAM AT THE BOULEVARD
WILLS SAINTE CLAIRE
dMolor" X Cars
1 1 jrry li.Kiui.iii irrilr. hi wife
and riiiht rhiMmt in M.ul)i!ltnn.
la., NovemtirT bn'iiic lie jnt
oul.lu't cunil it to re tlirm Urv-
iiiii. he sa itl in tlif lily jail here yc
li't'lay. Hi iv.. iiircird Tlfiil.IV it tK lit in a
South Si'lc r(;tinant after li Ii t
rarrird oil crrrnndfnre with
wife Mitre 1at l'hrilina under tlie
n.niir of Henry IVrth, a mutual
Tlie fir.-t litter tume to lur
('IiriotuiiK. enrliiiir a $H bill, and
oiating "I heard that your husband
descrtrd you and tlie children, to am
rtu-!n.inij thi money to ltrl yoti."
The h ttrr wa mkikiI "Henry I'ceih,
47.'! South Twcitiv-Mxth Mtert."
Wife Crows Suspicious.
A month Mr. Kauinan e
reived another letter fiom "Beech"
rmlosing JUl. Then he grew mis
iMcinun. She notified police. When
H.uniian was arrested by Detective
ll.ue and Dona line, lie iu.-isiej he
was I'.eech. But when they found
a tattoo mark on hu right arm, he
Admitted hi identity.
He is a giant of a man, standing
t feet six inches high.
"I worked M years for the Argo
Starch roniatiy and w hen I lot my
job and couldn't get another I left
home because I couldn't bear to ee
the children going hungry," he said
yesterday. "lieech was a friend of
mine anil my wife's. I came to Oma-
I. a and got a job at Armour s ms
days before the strike. 1 went out
with the striker, but went back six
days- before the strike ended.
Children in Institution.
"I knew they'd get me sooner or
later, ior I used to lie a poolccinan
myself. Dut I've still got my job at
Armour s. where I get $Zi a week.
They ought to let me stay here."
r.auinan said he was injured in an
explosion at the starch works.
The liauman children arc in a state
institution at Toledo, la., except the
oldest, a girl, 17, who works in a
candy kitchen in Cedar Rapids.
Welfare Board Seeks to
Supervise Boxing Also
Because two welfare board mem
bers were recently refused admit
tance at a boxing exhibition in Om
aha, the boardTucsday night passed a
resolution to investigate what legal
authority the board has over boxing
matches m Omaha, superintendent
Wilson pointed out that board mem
bers may enter and inspect at any
time all places of commercial amuse
ment in Omaha.
Frank M. Dineen. legal adviser
to the welfare board, said he has
searched the statutes and finds ' no
law affecting the city ordinance
which gives the welfare board regu
latory powers over boxing exhibi
tions. Thq state boxing law does not
affect this ordinance, he said.
. The b6ard also will ask the state
legal department to give an opinioii
on this subject.
Four Niobrara Stores
Destroyed by Fire
Nii.bt.ii a. Nib, March 8.. t Special
'l t h uuni K-Oite Iniiulird (eel of the
blltilir tl'trut lUi flitted at J this
4. 111. by tire 01 unknown oii;in.
It 4ti4 in Itmtauk' restaurant,
comnli'trly destroy inx H'f W. W.
Mar-lull & lo, general tore, "lur
hank's icst.tiirant. the OiHicciuky
building mid ).ie midcitakinil
tailor, I'm. thall)' iiothinK
The total estimated lot U $4,.IHifl,
The lite department wa haioli
capprd by hoe beiii in ury poor
condition and when water force wa
applied the hoe burnt in cmal
I'taee fo.ing pressure. The iiearct
hydrant wait irom and water wa
taken front distant lidrant. Tbrte
was practically no reitenre to the
fire, it burniui; its own way until it
i cached a street.
6 Bell an s
25 and 75 PacKage Cvcrywhar
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