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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1922.
Son of Wealthy
- on Check Charge
Aiwlmo Man Arrutft of
Pitting Worllilris Chctl
for f 1.200 on Omalui
Frank Crist, 27, ton of c!ihy
business nun of Aiuclmo, Neb., it in
jsil hrre clurgrd vuth giving a check
(or SIJ0O la Dr. tieoree A. Angus
and hating , insufficient fundi to
Vhy, I lifter saw the doctor in
my life; wouldn't know him if he
v. ere to walk into the corridor nowt"
exclaimed Crist from hit deluded erll
shortly iter he hid been brouiibt in
jfsterdey morning from Broken
How, Neb, by Detective Tripp and
Dr. Angu. who resides at lt'11
Military avenue, told a reporter for
The He he cashed the check for
Crist two years ago when Crist came
to him and told a story.of domestic
trouhlei and a need for "the money
Crist, in turn, declared he never
hid been married and could not have
had "i4mily trouble."
Immediately after I got the
check." Dr. Angus said. "I became ill
from influcnr and during my iltness
th check became misplaced with
noire other papers., I telegraphed to
Crist, telling him 1 had lost the check
and trusting to hi honor to make it
grod. I was, completely ignored
"A few days ago. while looking
ever some papers. 1 found the check
and then, failing in efforts to cash it,
had the warrant issued for Crist'
Crist said he never heard of Dr.
Angus before he received two letter
from him recently.
Crist ran a butcher shop in An
selmo until a year ago. I lis father,
John Crist, formerly conducted a
general store there, and is now tem
porarily at Broken Bow operating
in ice plant.
' Breaking Toolh
Cancellation of Long-Distance
Engagement Basis for
' Falls City, Neb., May 5. (Spe
cial.) Heart balm, $19,45272 worth
of it, was paid to Miss Jennie Fellers
yesterday afternoon by Louis Henry
Miss Felleri, who like Mr. Howe
is of Humboldt, brought suit March
12, 1920. She said she had waited
24 years for Howe to fulfill his prom
ise to marry her.
Their courtship started in 1889,
when Misa Fellers was only 14. Seven
years later he proposed and site ac-
For 22 years their " engagement
continued, without any signs of a
trip flown tne oia cnurcn aisie, ac
cording to Miss Fellers. Then, on
September 7, 1918, Howe flatly told
. her there wouldn't be any wedding
bells, she alleged. She waited two
more years then sued.
Miss Fellers originally was award
ed $22,000, but the supreme court
cut the amount to $17,000, plus in
teract in fforicinn nn Tantiarv 2t.
This, together with the court costs,
. Although probably not as much
as the Widow Zander hopes to col
lect from Uncle Bim the settlement
made by Howe here yesterday was
the largest ever made in the history
of Richardson county.
Man Held for Burr Murder
Enters Pica of Not" Guilty
Nebraska City, ' Neb., May 5.
(Special.) George Flessner, charged
with the murder of Joshua Howard
at Burr last Sunday, was arraigned1
. in county court and upon a plea ot
, not guilty his bearing was sent for
May 8. Flessner still maintains that
he knows nothing of the killing of
Howard at home and he does not
attempt to explain the presence of
Diooostains on me wans, noor ana
stairway leading to the room in
' which the murder was committed.
The prisoners in the county jail
say that Flessner appears uncon
cerned over'the murder charge; that
he sleeps well and will talk to them
of-his doings the oast few davs. es
pecially the part about his drinking
"white mule." The funeral of How
ard was held at Burr yesterday and
was largely attended.
Gillette Razor Firm Wins
' Patent Infringement Suit
Gillette Safety Razor company of
Boston has won its suit against W.
J. F. Rieken, Bremen, who, it is al
leged, infringed the Gillette trade-
" mark. "'
, Rieken used the Gillette mark for
.stamping other razor blades made
fctf liim in Germany. He also used
?n rnrresnondence and advertise
ments. The Hamburg court decided
the trademark "Gillette" is fully pro
tected in the federal patent office at
Berlin and ordered Rieken to give
10.000 marks security against future
; Road Conditions
FantMwd tT h Omaha Automobile Club.
Lincoln HlKhwuy. East Roads rood to
Cdr Rapid. On bad stretch btwen
"Wheatland and Lowdcn. Cara making- tine
' Lincoln Highway, tVeat Roads food to
O. I.. J. Highway Road oo4 to
o Rtrset Rood Fin.
' Cornhuaker Highway Good.
. Meridian Highway Roads good; oxcel-
l.nt In frtrhfS-
Omaha-Topeka Highway Roads (ood to
state line. .
a. T. A. Good.
Highland Cutoff Roaits rood.
Oeorce "Washington Highway Good.
' . Black Hilla Trail Good.
Kinr of Trails. North Roads rood.
K m of Trails, South Roads good to
Cluster Battlefield "Highway Roads
And through Iowa snit South Dakota, ex
cellent in treti-he. This highway is now
paraable through Wyoming and Montana.
River to River Road Good clear across
the state: excellent in stretches.
White Pole Road Roads food clear
through to Muscatine.
I O. A. Shortllne Good,
ftlue Grass Road Good.
Weather reported clear every point, pre-
The Dancing Master
By RUBY M.
I(mI1hm4 fraaa as .
A ailrnre followed; out in the hall
they (Quid bear madamc's shrill
voice arguing with someone en the
telephone; the sounded angry, and
kept breaking into her owu Uiuage,
a she invariably did when she v. as
excited and (ould not find mmcieiit
ly eapresaive words in fcnglish.
1'rrtently she came into the room;
he looked rudlrd and lluhed; flcr
hair was Handing on end, as if she
had run detracted finger through it
"Mori Dieu!" the wailed, flinging
herself down on a couch in a tragic
attitude. "Mon Dieul Everything it
go wrong. 1 am the mot unfortu
nate" She heat her tiny hand
on the many cushion. Tirt there i
one thing, and now" She picked
up one of the cushions and flung it
scroti the room: then the held out a
hand to Farmer. "A cigarct give
me one quick I"
Farmer lit one and handed it to
her; both he and Elitabcth knew her
too well to ask quritiona until the
had recovered a little, and after a
moment the broke out again.
"The fluchestt She think the
world made for herl Ail my plant
they go poufl comme ca. After the
way 1 haf work I And now ohe put it
olT. at if it matter not at all, not at
all I" She started to her feet and
began pacing up and down the room
furiously. Llirabcth gave a little
"You mean the llth it put off?
the akcd breathlessly.
Madame swung round; her queer
eyes were on fire.
"For a month 1 And you and me
and all the work we have worked, it
go. It matters not; the duchess the
put it off, that is all there it about
it! We count nothing we go poufl"
"But why. why??" Elizabeth asked
urgently. Madame began to calm
down a little; she went back to the
niauv cushions on the couch.
"The big charity ball is the same
night," the said scornfully. "The
duchess think it interfere, and she
wil not have it, to we are put off,
petite; we wait a month. Whaj
would you?" She rattled off a string
of vituperation in her own tongue.
rarmer shrugged his shoulders.
"I don't know that it matters
much, does it?" he said. lie was rath
er pleased: he was not anxious to
lose control of Elizabeth so soon, and
he was confident that once the ap
peared in public she would 'soon be
beyond need of his assistance.
Madame snorted. "To you no,
perhaps," she said, "but to me and
the little one here "
"I don't mind very much," Eliza
beth said slowly.
She was relieved at the sudden
change although she would have
been glad to have got it over,
Madame went on chattering; she
was keenly disappointed and upset
and nothing Farmer or Elizabeth
could say had any effect on her.
Finally she went off 'to bed in a fit
of hysterical tears.
Elizabeth looked after her and
sighed; sometimes she got very tired
of. Mme. Senestis.
"Elizabeth, are you quite happy
here?" Farmer asked suddenly.
-ihe fiitated, "I suppose I am as
happy here as I should be anywhere,"
she said unthinkingly.
"That sounds rather pessimistic,"
Elizabeth shook her head.
"It's not" really; only; Mr. Farmer,
sometimes lately, when I think about
my future, I get so frightened.
Suppose supposing I am never able
to repay you for all you have done?
I must owe you hundreds, hundreds."
THE VERY START
Mrs. Scott Says Her Five
.Years of Suffering From
Stomach Troubles and
Indigestion Has Now
Been Entirely Overcome.
. "Thanks to Tanlac, I am feeling
like a different woman,", said Mrs.
L. Scott, 1M West English street,
Wichita, Kan., a valued employe of
Johnson-Lorimer Dry Goods com
pany for 14 years.
"I had stomach trouble and indi
gestion so bad for five years I scarce
ly cared to eat and what little I
forced down disagreed with met I
suffered from palpitation of the
heart, shortness of breath and severe
pains across the small of my back.
I was so nervous any little thing up
set me, and a good night's sleep was
After the first few days of taking
Tanlac my change was remarkable.
Now I eat three hearty meals a day,
have gained weight and I do all my
housework in addition to my duties
at the store. I want all to know
what a grand medicine Tanlac. is."
Tanlac is sold by all good drug
gists. : ,
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by the
Sherman & McConncll Drug Co.
and by leading druggists everywhere.
91.00 PACKAGE OF GENUINE
YEAST YTT AMINE TABLETS from
your druggist today.
If you are thin and untvaated and
wish something to hlp yen put on
flesh audi increase your weight,
Yeast Vitamin Tablets should be used ia
connection with organic Nuiated Iron. With
outorranic iron, both toad and Vitamines art
absolutely useless.as your body cannot change,
inert, lifeless food into tiring cellsand tissue
unless you have plenty of organic iron in your
blood. Organic iron takes up orygen from your
lung's. This oxygenated organic iron unites
with your digested food as itisabsorbed into
your hi nod just as Are unites with coal or
wood , and by so doinr it creates tremendous
power and energy. Without organic iron in
your blood your food merely panes thru your
body without doing you any good.
Arrangements hare been made with the
druggists of this city to gie every reader of
this paper a large $1.00 package of Genuine
Yeast Vitaraine Tablets absolutely free with
every purchase of a bottle of K nested tmg.
jwaeli m4 Ewenrewcs I
, lie refused to t-Ve ifr seriously,
"What if you fo? 1 shall be very
hard t4kmatrr. 1 promi.a you, and
greedily Ult every shilling you fl
ier nte. when jou begin to earn
"1 hope you will," she said grave
ly, You know it's a dicadiul thing
to te anyuiie lut I oe you."
"I don't think you need mind, if I
don't," he assured her. "Well. I up
poe I must be going. Hy the way,
will you let me take you for a run
into the country tomorrow?? Now
this show is put off for a month, you
need not work quite o hard, and
nudame won't be lit to speak tumor
row; I've seen her befoie, the day
after a disappointment.'
lie looked at Khtahcth eagerly,
saw the rcfutal in her face, and add
ed iir an undertone. "I give you my
word not to transgress again."
Kliabctli hesitated; she was tired
and her head ached, and jut lately
the London which' the thought the
Hat always going to adore had
seemed a very noisy, breathless sort
A day in the country sounded in
vitingtlie thought of Itrsh air and
green fields gave her a little heart
' MX"-... II" .1.. f.
ci y win, sue sum oner a mo
ment, "if tnadaiue will not mind."
Mie said that throueli force of
habit: she knew unite well that
uiadamc's wihhc were now second
"I will call for you at half-rat
10," he said eagerly. "Or will that
be too early?" 1
'Oli. no! She went with linn to
the door, and wa grateful to him
for not even touching her hand when
lie bade her goodnight; she was con
ecious of great weariness as she went
up to her room. , .
It was a warm night and the win
dows were wide oncn. Somewhere
out in the darkness the c uglit the
sound of music.
ffontlnned In The Ree Monday.)
Sioux City Sporthtnaii
Drops Dead at Hunting Club
Sioux Citv. Ia.. Mav 5. Harvev If.
Hawiiian, 0, widely known club
man, sportsman and politician and
twice chief of Sioux City fire and po
lice departments, dropped dead at the
Loblolly Hunting club at McCook
Lake, S. D. Mr. J lawman was super
vising the construction of a small dam
near the Loblolly club when he was
Mr. Hawiiian probably was the
most widely known . hunter and
sportsman in this section of the
country. He was a charter member
of the Soo Gun club and also the
Loblolly Hunting club, a club com
posed largely of "old timers."
Our Entire Stock of New,
Coats, s Capes
and Wraps ;
Will Be Closed
- in Two
300 to choose from. Nothing
reserved. Everything must go.
. These wonderful garments are
the season's latest, but arrived
too late to go into our regular
stock. Come early.
IS 0 Ladies 9 Blouses at $1
Radio Rage Hits
I'rCviJmt Harding and Pot
office Chirft Install
Kadio-teteplioiiy lu become a
potent factor in the daily activities
of government department. In Wash
ington and in naval air nations sur
rounding the capital, a Uispatcn
stales. The Naval Kadio Station at
Arlington, jut across th 1'olomac
and ithin iglt of Washington,
broadcakti during the day the
meteorological report, time signal,
weather report, ship order, and naval
The rostnflice department. througM
its powerful broadcasting station re
lease weather reports, iiiarkrtgram.
wholesale dairy reports and gram
reiiorts for New York and l'cnn
The Naval Air Station at Ana
costia, a suburb of Washington, is
sues a public health lecture several
time a week, and several electric
companies broadcast at various times
of the day ami night, musical selec
tions, news Items and other feature
of interest to the persons who are
"listening in" and enjoying- the
novelty of hearing the release, as
they float through the air.
I'rom the nation's chief magistrate
to the small school boy the national
capital has heeded the "call of the
wireless, ana tne rauio nroaocasunK
today has a vise-like grip on young
and old. Kvcn "Uncle Joe" Cannon,
that grizzled. battle-carred veteran
ofmore than a half century has
become an ardent devotee of the al
luring entertainment, provided by
radio and lias a receiving set.
Tufts college, New York, will
soon institute a course in wireless
that will be most unique in that
there will be no tuition fees, no
buildinas. no campus and no enroll
ment. In every sense of the word
the instruction it plans will be free
for all if one can just pull it out of
Washington? May 5. Radio con
certs being broadcast nightly this
week from naval air station NOF
at Anacosta for ' the benefit of
wounded and disabled soldiers con
fined to. hospitals throughout the
country are declared by the Soldiers'
institute, under whose auspices they
are being given, to be the most suc-
rrnful rt undertaken and scores of
Inter, and messages of praue (re
being received daily. Although in
tended pnmaiily Ut the entertain,
ment ei the soldiers, many thou
land pi radio fans have listened w
'the concern are tent on a wave
length ot 4l.,nirlers nightly at M.J0
oVIoik, casieni standard Inn. Com
mander Albert H. Taylor, inventor
of the met hod of ladm broadcasting,
i giving personal supervision of the
tutuim. tioii which it being done
on the latrt and improved appar.
atut furnished by the government.
F. T. B Leigh, Neb.
O l Mew lsstsle(ia,rslrjtal,4T
. A sir iilie ia ( u.
H, Ih Hlki mmi pmf imt, hy in
'""' r ef IRs slievH.naf r orient r(.
4wi( in ., Tww. is sH-tsis as
tiMiM-e4 hy escillsllen at Ires,," tt
, vlM rr .!,
L. J. K, Kearney, Neb.
Q M hat hin4 ( revlif st IS res.
Sld.r.4 tM4 tuf r-remng Irtttn a hft..
iiit sisiloa bkfe ia ssskI is mils
A Any shsri wave r.irtlv luasf
UI4 bs ssiulsoioiy asr Ihi fiuryoM.
First Degree Murder to Be
Charged Against Nencoff
Lincoln, May 5. According to
Sheriff J. W. O'Rourke, of Valen
tine, Neb., a first degree murder
charge will be filed at the term of
the district court which opens early
in June aaayit George Ncnroff,
Itulgarian, suspected in connection
with the murder of Jack licllis in
a canyon near Valentine last Satur
day. Nencoff did plenty of talking
here Thursday, but, according to
Sheriff O'Rourke, there was nothing
in his talk he indicated he was guilty.
C. Sharplcm Worth Dies
Coatesvilte, Pa., May 5. G. Sharp
ies Worth, prominent iron and steel
manufacturer, died at his home here
last night. lie was 71.
Rat Slayer is sure. It's
a finished 'product ;
ready to use. On sals
with standard drug-
$1.25 Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound .............. 89d
40c Fletcher's Castoria. . . .22d.
35c Sal Hepatica 21
$1.25 Swamp Root . ..... .84f
50c Milk of Magnesia, Phillips,
85c Jad Salts 68
30c Mentholatum ...16
$1.25 Lyko Tonic 88
for . . . 17, 35 and 68
10c Wanous Shampoo Bags,
four for 25
30c Laxative Bromo Quinine
; for 20
$1.00 Grant's Vita Vim 59
$3.75 Hbrlick's Malted Milk,
hospital size . '.$2.89
35c Miller's Snake Oil.. ..22
One dozen Squibb's Aspirin Tab-'
Bayer's Aspirin Tablets, bottles
of 100 .....89.
40c Meritol Milk of Magnesia,
small ;.. 21
$1.50 3ne-Minute Fever Ther
mometers, guaranteed accur
ate ....... .t . . . . 89
' 50c Analegsic Balm ..... .31
15c Sterno Canned Heat- .
, two for 15
30c Beaton's Cold. Tablets, 16
$1.10 Nuxated Iron ..... .73
:50c Hinkle Pills ........ .19
35c Sloan's Liniment, small, 23
30c Lykoline 19
50c DeWitt's Kidney Pills, 34
Diet in nervous disorders, Bea
ton's Food and Life Book.
15c Lemon Oil Soap, each. . 5
Per dozen ;....60
15c Florentine Castile Soap, '
two for .15
30c Cuticura Soap 19
30c Resinol Soap ....... .19
15c Lux 9
30c Packer's Tar . .19
35c 4711 White Rose Glycerine
Soao- ............ 19
30c Woodbury's Facial Soap
for : 19
15c Stork Castile Soap.... 11
Palm Olive Soap, 2 for. . . .15
How to Reduce, Beaton's Food
and Life Book.
15c 8-oz. cake DeMar's Gly
cerine Soap ....... 7. .9
.Per dozen . i . . . . .$1.00
$1.00 1-pint Rubbing- Alcohol
10c El Vampiro Bug Powder
for i. .' 8
50c Aromatic Cascara . . . .34
25c Glycerine and Rose Water .
40c Sassafras Bark, Vt lb., 25
35c Castor Oil, 4 ounces.. 20
Diet for Underweight,
- Beaton's Food and Life Book.
Siur4v HI W t U.
r tsr 4a tisra, lismark.
bi)F ua erit ee lui
a'4 Mee Uaviri liial
ssrrr eur ssrn garaa-
! VI US'""
The heavit anil b'st
all bras notal ia the
tore. Our lour price
Learn to urain in o minutes
A Factory Demonstrator will be here all day Sat
urday. 6he will subject Cbl-Narael Color Var
nlhei to various tests, abow you bow easy it
la to LEARN TO GRAIN old wood, and give y
' valuable sufgeetlona on Interior decorat-
Ing. . f ou are Invited to attend tbla '
Interesting demonstration, tomor-
Come in Tomorrow Vanj
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
35c Mavis Talcum ......17
30c Colorite 19
$1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic
for ................. 65
60c Danderine li 42
60c Newbro's Herpicide. ..36
60c Sempre Jovenay .....42
60c Cocoanut Oil Emulsion, 34
$1.20 Listerine, large 79
$1,50 Pinaud's Lilac Vegetal
$1.50 Graham's Beauty Secret
for ........ ' $1.19
60c Non-Spi 32
$1.00 Krank's Lemon Cream
$1.50 Piver's La Trefle Vegetal
50c D. '& R. Cold Cream.. 36
50c Eicaya Cold Cream. . . .32
60c Dame Nature Skin Im-,
, . prover ..'.'. ...... . . 42
25c, 3 and 3 -inch Powder "
30c, 4-inch Powder Puffs, 15
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste, 33
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste... 35
50c Orazin Tooth Paste... 29
35c Yeuthcraft Tooth Paste -
30c Jetum , . . . .19
50c Tooth Brushes .......19
$1.00 Hair Brushes 39
60c Ivory Combs ........39
40c, 8-inch Ladies' Hard Rubber
Combs .............. 23
$6.00 Parisian Electric Curling
Iron, special ....... .$3.40
50c Bulk Chocolate Creams,
per pound ....... i... 24
$1.00, 1-lb. Original Allegretti
Chocolate Creams, per pound
box ........... ...... 69
80c lb. Jordan Almonds, lb., 49
60c lb. Chocolate Caramels,
per pound.. ......39
60c lb. Chocolate Stars, lb., 39
$1.50 self-filler, non-leakable
gold points, Iridium tip, guar
anteed by us, special. . . .98
Will Be Given
A charge of 10c on the dol
lar must be included to cover
packing and postage.
$1.25 Chamois Skins, washable,
75c Chamois Skins ......43
AND OOHO i. VcotyrAfq
A Hlgk-Graie tirais Calebs
r Wltb fierj tans JUner
4,Mi!ton Rogers' Omaha"
Ur( Jl lorg l;e. Tempered, self- fvfAA
sharpening blades. Easy running. A I UU
ftrst-clasa Mower for
"HOton Ro,en' Hustler"
A very blgb-grade, kall.kearlag
Lawn Mower. 'our 14 self sharp
eeiog bladea. Easy la operation
and perfect In construction,
Garden Hose, 12c
Our Garden Hose ia known throughout the city for its quality.
Kverjr foot of hose is guaranteed. Saturday we are selling our
1S55 grade, MOULD LID RUBBER Uardcn Hose, jiuch size,
white it lasts, 12? foot.
A sprlnklar that distributes wir
vnty ove every sq. foot. Ky
runninf. will rrat waisr from t
re to 44 ft. In d la mats r. Q JA
Vary pclal Saturday 04C
ALL DAY SATURDAY
. All you want at these prices:
Camels, Lucky Strikes, 2 pkgs.
for...... ....... .....25
Per carton .......... $1.25
20c Mozart, Corona size,
two for 20
Box of 50 ..........$4.25
10c Musina .............. .5
Box of 60........... $2.50
15c Sirens, Corona size,
two for 154
Box of 60 ......... $3.50
Add 5c per carton or box on
. mail orders for postage and
- FOR MEN
$1.00 Gillette Razors ..... .67
$1.00 Gillette Blades .... .67
50c Durham Duplex Blades, 36
$1.00 Auto Strop Razors. . 79
$1.00 Auto Strop Blades. .65
$1.00 Gem or Ever-Ready Razors
for ... . .... ....... 69
$1.00 Durham Duplex Razors
35c Youthcraft Shaving Cream
50c Mennen'a Shaving Cream
35c Williams' Shaving Cream
35c Krank's Lather Cream, 26
15c Williams' Barber Bar... 8
10c Colgate's Barber Bar. . . .6
$1.00 Lather Brushes, Rubber
Set ................. 69
$1.50 2-qt. Velvet Red Rubber
Fountain Syringes . . . . .89
$2.25 2-qt. , Combination Hot
, Water Bottle and Fountain
Syringes for . .... . . .$1.25
$1.60 Velvet Red Rubber Hot
Water Bottles ........ .89
$3.60 Mawel Whirling Spray
, Syringe $2.88
$4.00 Knickerbocker Bath
Sprays, extra special. .$1.50
$1.75 No. 16 DeVilbiss Atomizer
All makes of Abdominal Belts,
25 off during this sale. -How
to Eat Right, Food and
Life Book.' ,
$1.25 Piver's Azurea -or Le
Treffc Face Powder. .. .69
50c Djerkiss Face Powder, 33
$1.50 Goutorbe Rose 90
60c Nadine Face Powder. . .34
60c Dorin Rouge 39
60c Goutorbe's Rouge, gold box,
$1.00 Goutorbe's Compact
Powder, large gold box. .79
the small ans.
A (tout weodsn hnss
rl. Will hold 10 rl
nr hose. tlr ti a rl
hose rssl t (1 QQ
low price of. Jpl,47
S Can of
the purchase of a 30c brush
to insure a fair trial.
12c Japo Crepe Toilet Paper,
per dozen .....80
$2.00 2-qt. Themo-Pak . . . .59
60c 1-lb. Stationery, box, 27
50c box Linen Paper and
$2.60 Ingram's Radium Watches
$1.50 Ingram's Thin Model
$3.60 Electric Hot Pistes
$3i00 Hsir Clippers, special'
10c Elona Hair Nets,
per dozen . 50
25c Pocket Combs ....... .12
50c Theatrical Cold Cream, 33
25c Sponges ' 10
30x40 Cedar or Tar Bags;. 98
$1.60 Liberty Alarm Clocks
$4.00 Houbigant's Ideal Extract,
bulk, per or. . . . . . . . .$1.98
$4.00, Houbigant's Quelques,
Fleurs Extract, bulk per
ounce ............. $2.75
$2.00 Djerkiss Extract, . "
per ounce . .. .... .'..$1.00
$8.00 Coty L'Origan Extract, .
original 2-oz, pkg. ...$4.88
$1.00 per oz. Assorted. Odors,
per oz. .......... .58
$2.00 Jasmine, Payans Extract,
per ounce .... . . .... .$1.00 ,
$3.00 Chevalier Extract, D'Or-
says, per ounce . .$2.00
$2.00 Flower Drop, assorted
odors ......... 5... . $1.50
20 off on all other imported
Extracts and Toilet Waters
during this sale; ,
La Meritol Toilet
Toilet Waters Your favorite
75c bottles at -44
$1.00 bottles at ......... .69
35c Cold Cream at. ..... . .22
35c Vanishing" Cream at. .23
50c Massage Cream at. . . . .23
35c Peroxide Cream at. . , .23
60c Cleansing Cream at. . . .23
75c Perle Kiss Talcum at. .59
35c Garden Bouquet Talcum
at ................ ...22
50e Complexion Powder at 39
50c Petroleum Hair Tonic
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