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TIIK BEH: OMAHA, SATl KDA , XONKMMKK Hi. 9V2,
PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
Milk Fed Spring Chickens, per pimid, 13g
Pig Pork Roast 10;,4C
Our business has been continually growing and from weok to
week we have been forced to add new heln both In our atoro and
ror delivering purposes. Ttao great crowds that throng our storo are
tne nest proof of the low prices and quality wo give to our cuBtoraera,
Steer Pot tfonst 7c and 6C
Steer Stenk three pounds for 25c
Young Veal Koast 10c
Young Veal Chops 10e
onium oieaic 15 1
Porterhouse Steak ; . . . , 15c
Lamb Legs ; 9U,c
Glutton Roast ;'. , .: 5c
Lamb Chops three pounds' for .".. ... .'. 25c
Lamb Stew, 9 pounds for. . . . . ,7 . .'. 25c
No. 1 Bacon 14 c
No. 1 Hams Vv 13 O
IOV2 lbs. Sugar 50c' Flour, best brands $1.15
Navy Deans, per lb...' ....So
Best Head nice. rr lb 7io
Bt Soda or Oyster Crackers. .7Jo
16c nalslns, S pkK. for 3So
Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkff. . . .7i4o
Four 10c Cans Sugar Corn 85o
Canned Hominy. Pumpkin or Heans
Kail Alaska Salmon 100
Threo Hars best Toilet Soap.,..10o
Package Jello or Oats 74o
Be Matches, two boxes for Bo
Pancake or Buckwheat Flour 3
pkRs., for .,25o
Hoyal Blend Coffee, lb 3So
Catsup or Horseradish 74o
10:30 A. M.
and 3 M
Hiitnfc6rd Bilking Powder, t pound
ran for .17a
.V. Y. Sweet Clilcr. kbI. .. 30o
Citron, -Lemon ,or Orange Peel, per
lb., (it a So
Large .Tarn Home Made Mince Meat
now nt . ..... .33o
10 Hars Bcat-'Km-All' or i)lamond
C. Soap for,.,:,.,,... ..25o
Pet or Carnation Cream. 3 or 6.,2So
Brlrk or American Clieee, lb. 18o
BulJ Peanut Hutter, 2. pounds Sto
Idlewlld Butter,, lb 38o
Table liutterlne, 2 pounds.,.. 33o
Package Spices, 3 pkgs., for.. 100
Three Cans of Tomatoes for. . . ,95o
Ind. A-21 17
4 JNV .S'i
Free Six Kinds of
Try Sunshine Biscuits now at
our expense no obligation at
tached. Mail the coupon
Hayden's Meat Market
- We are still selling at the same
low prices, regardless of-raise in
all kinds of meat.
Pork Roast, pound, It i
Hindquarter Mutton, lb. 7c
1 Frontquarter Mutton lb. 6c
Pot Roast, pound 10c-8c
- Sirloin Steak, pound Mid
Porterhouse Steak, lb. ISo
Plate Corn Beef, lb. 5c
Hayden's Meat Market
Il,Mt lUi rice wj m. M i m
SUGAR PRICES ARE DECLINING I
Is Now Retailing in Omaha Twenty
Pounds for a Dollar.
BOTH BUTTER AND EGGS ARE UP
nlilinpr Are Cheaper mill i;tnllh
Walnut !e.rc I'lilrr rirntl
riil ltr II Prior of I'o
tatne t iirliniiarit,
Sugar Is still on the decline, now soiling
nl twenty pounds for a dollar, and It Is
expected to go still lower. The ware
houses are full with an overproduction
and retailers are anticipating n prlrw of
a sack, while getting It now for Jfi.
Hutter and eggs went up during the
week. Hutter advanced u tenn,v and Is
priced today at X cents a pound retail,
liutterlne made by various manufactur
ers can be made to take Its place If the
housewife cure to ocononilio so. Those
who know say that the lcM Imtterlnn can
be had for 26 cents a pound and Is of a
I kind that scarcely can be distinguished.
rrom real creamery nutter.
KreMi vegetables on the local market
ure all Imixirtwl. lleets, carrots,! onions
and radhhes from Unilslana are priced
wt 5 cents a bunch. Tomatoes are selling
( "H cents a pound. Cabbage hR taken
u slump and may ho had for a penny a
pound, which represents a decline of 214
cents. Sjuashcs are marked at 1 cent a
Canned tomatoes are higher this season
owing to the shortage of crop near the
big canneries. Other canned goods are
ion so liable,
Kngllsh walnuts arc -very scarce this
fall, only half of tho orders can be filled,
.nut they are selling at 20 cents u pound.
Cider la priced nt 35 cents a gallon.
Tho wholesnle. price of potatoes has
risen, although tho retail price Is held at
70 cents a bushel, Sweet imtatoes may bo
bought at thrco pounds for a .dime.
Tokay grapes have advnncen a nlcke
a pound, selling at 33 cents a basket
Malaga grapes are marked at cents a
pound. Sweet cntawbas nro 15 eents n
Police Must Learn '
How to Handle Guns
The Sunshine Matinee Bis
cuit is extra-tempting.
Crisp and sweetened just
a bit. Good as good can be.
Your grocer knows.
Bakers ot Sunshine Biscuit
Losu -Willi Biicait Ccapuy, Omaha, Nek.
Pleas send me mj FREE "Surprlt
Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits.
New Yorker Declares
is the Best of All
The confinement of advertising to two
mediums, newspapers and street car, was
dwelt upon by Fred 1!. hinder ot New
York, secretary of tho National Dry
Ooods assoolatlpn, In ai: address nt the
monthly meeting of the Omalia lletallers'
association at the t'axton hotel hut night.
Mr. Uuder's address was along the
lines of tho value received from rotnllrrs'
organisation. Ho told of the workings
ot the various retail organisations
throughout the country. Ho divided his
subject Into several parts, among which
was that ot advertising. He ald that In
many of tho lilies of th. country Uio re
tailers have absolutely refused to allow
advertising solicitors others than mem
bers of the newspaper profession and
street cur ad men In their stores. He
had with him a crd which Is used In
some towns and which Is hung on tho
door ot tho store. It prohibits advertising
solicitors, donation seekers and agonts to
see tho advertising manager of the store,
until he has cxplatmsl his schw ur olan
to the secretary of the association, who
will take the matter beforo a committee.
It the committee finds It favorable, a
card will be Issued the solicitor which
will give him noces to the stores. He
clnssed as newspaper advertising duly
and weekly publications.
J. t). Hutler, secretary of the Omaha
Credit Men'H association, was the only
other speaker of the evening, He told of
the work being done by that organisa
tion and methods they use In educating
the buyers to pay their bills when dun
and not let them run over thirty and
sixty days past due, lln explained the
manner In which bills are bundled and
In the. business meeting the association
voted to open their stores evening" but
ono week beforo Christmas. The rrtall
stores will be open evenings beginning
Wednesday, Decemlier 18, and remain
open evenings Including Wednesday, De
A committee will be appointed to. co
opcrato with a commltteo of the Commer
cial club looking toward a campaign for
in Tarring Tria1
NOUWALK, 0 Nov. lf..-Tlie result '
the first of tho cases brought b Cot, it
Prosecutor Dan Voting ngninst six W
Clarksfleld men charged with liotj
conspiracy" In stripping and palntu
Minnie I.n Valley, a girl, of the Vila;;
on the night of August 30 last, probal
will ho known beforo tomorrow night
Taking of testimony In tho case ( t
F.i nest Welch, tho first of tho six I
dieted men to be put dn trial, wns (
pleted this afternoon. The Jury tlicn un.
excused until tomorrow morning, whe
arguments will bo Iiegun. It Is expeitr"
that the case will go to the Jury by nooi
Tho dofenso called the young man
mother. Mrs. Alice Welch, to tho stand
today and sought hy her testimony t i
prove that he was at homo all of f
evening on which the "tnr party toi
place. .More testimony to tho effect t i
Mlnnln La Valley's bharactcr was bad
also was adduced.
O'Brien Puts 12,500
Fish in Carter Lake
The falling season In Nebniska closes
.nt 1! o'clock tonight mid tho fishermen
in mix ncciv ot inn woous nro inning nil
over themselves to get out to Carjcr Ink.'
where 12.M0 gumo fish wero placed li
Klfih Commissioner O'Hrlcn. The ma
jority ot tho fish put In the lake are hi
enough to bllo on a perfectly lusclou
looking worm. Six thousand of the ft: 'i
were crapples, 6,M0 ring perch and ,m
weio channel cat. Deputy Onme Wnrdeji
J. W. Ollmoro at Carter lnka received tho
fish from tho atate fish hatchery.
'( LEARN MORE
WRITE US WHAT YOUR NEEDS ARE
FOR COOKllNG OR HEATING
The experts of our Domestic Economy Depart
merit will then select .suitable sizes and styles to exactly
meet year requirement, write you full descriptions
and se'nd you photo engravings
you will then be pre
pared to time your
based on knowledge.
We will see to It, that
you get whmt you
xvmnt at a reason
'able price and with
Please address your inquiry to the
DOMESTIC ECONOMY DEPARTMENT
Charter Oak Stove and Range Co., St. Louis, Mo.
QualityLowest Prices-'-Green Stamps
BRHTO THE CROWDS TO THE BOSTON MARKET FRIG EH dOOD A 1. 1, WEEK
Chickens, lb 11H
Pork Roast, lb llo
S. C. Ilaoon, lb lOo
8. C Hams, lb..., 130
Choice Steak, lb lOo
5 II). can tard Mo
10 lb. can I.ard. . . .$1.07
Mall Orders same Price.
Hoston XXXX Hest
Klour, at 91.10
(Every aaclt warranted)
Choice Potatoes, bu..60o
19 lbs. Cane Sugar 91-00
Choice Lamb Chops 7 Ho
Steer Beef Koaat, . ,8V4o
Fore Quarters Lamb
now at BHo
Hind Quarters Lamb
now at 7i4o
3 ll. can Lard 33o l 10c Jars Jam .So
4 lttc cans Corn. Peas.
Lye. Hominy, Pumpkin
Mustard Sardlnen or
Daked tleauH OSo
3 cans Oil .Sardines. MOo
8 Cc cans Mllk,...,35o
10 bars Swift Pride
Soap for 3So
Three 15c cans Salmon,
l'ears, Tomatoes or
ltaked Ileatis for..20o
t lOu Corn Flakoa. .280
t lbs. Prunes or Hnlslnn
now at 95a
6 lbs. Uoans ase
S lbs. Oatmeal SSo
ICggi. per dor.en. . . . ,33o
4 lbs. Mlnco Meat.. SSo
2ic cans Cocoa ISo
40c lb, Chocolate. .,,.390
Write for Xrloe tlst.
BOSTON MEAT & GROCERY CO.
113 Worth 16th Street Opposite Fostofflcs Two 'Plkones, Sourlas 1089.
20c Merchandise for 5c
We will give to every person on Satur
day, Nov. IS, two 6c boxes of matches
On 10c can Ground Spice lOo
Total .... 30c
All for the small num of So'
Tou save , .....ISo
Just for coming Into our store to
get acquainted wth us and to see how
cheap we sell goods. We can do It be
cause we buy our goods In large
quantities and pay cash for it and sell
for caah only.
Saturday will be our first day to com
mence selling 3 regular Sc loaves 'of
bread. Just 'like nvother bakes, for., 10c
" SATUSO AT SPEOZAXS
41-lb, sack Flour, Royal Champion or
O. IC, per stick......... 91X3
t-lb. sack Blue Bell , .GOo
Sugar, fine granulated, 20 lbs. for. .91X0
Creamery ButteV. Ideal, Idlewlld, per lb.
now at ,.3So
Creamery Butter, Jersey, Buttercup,
per lb., at ,.33o
Country Butter, In bulk, lb 33c
Fresh Kggs, dor 300
28c Ground Coffee, lb 18H
Partner's, A. Ha. Mo. or Hed Stripe, all
35c goods.v at 29c
Parmer's Blue Stripe Coffee. 30c per lb.,
now at ,.36o
OH Sardines. 6c size. 1 for aso
Tomatoes, large size '. loo
Cabbage, fancy, per i..-m. ...lo
Sweet OraiiRes, dor. iac
deeded Raining, new, pkg..... 7H"
CranberriCH, per quart..., so
Potatoes, per bushel ..65o
Apples, large Ben Davis, bu 43o
' -MBAT SEPT.
Good Steak, lb,. , loo
Fancy Rib Itoaat, lb lSMo
Neck Bones, Just aa good as Spare Ribs
S pounds for ...SSo
Picnic Ham, per lb 18?io
No. 1 Farley Hams, lb 14o
Oysters, solid packed, qt ,.35o
Remember our price before 70a buy
The Larige Grocery Co.
84th and Cuming Bts.
Tel. D. 1S30.
M. L. Woolfzon, Prop.
THE OMAHA DAILY, EVENING AND SUNDAY BEE.
Tho Best Advertising Mediums in Their Territory.
I) a till Anplr Pie.
Line, a pie plate with a good, rich cruit.
Halve tho apples, place on crust, with In
side down, sprinkle with sugar, nutmeg
and cinnamon and bake until apples arn
tender. Serve hot.
(ireen Pepper Snlnd.
Remove the seeds and veins from one
green pepper, parboil five minutes ' In
boiling water salted. Cool, cut Into strips,
mix with one-half shredded lettuce, and
pour over a French dressing made, by
mixing one-half tcaspoonfu of, salt, four
tablepsoonfuls of oil, two tablespoonfuls
of vinegar and stir until blended.
Porks Clioiia, .Southern Style.
Fry four pork chops until brown. Slice
three medium sized onions and spread
over chops In the same spider In which
they were cooked, nnd season with pepper
and salt. Cover chops with boiling water,
place cover on spider and simmer for ono
hour. When rightly cooked they taste like
X Potato Iloll.
Take well mashed potatoes and add
sale, pepper and butter and a little milk..
Add one well beaten egg to every six po
tatoes. Make Into rollts cover with flour
and fry brown in butter, '
Fried Tonm tor.
Cut firm, ripe tomatoes Into thick
slices, season with salt and pepper and
dip Into a well beaten egg, fry brown on
both sides in a little butter and lard;
serve plain or with a cream sauce.
Please try this and report. We think
It Is fine. Remove seeds and core from
three green peppers, slice as thin as pos
sible; also slice two Bermuda onion. Add
one cucumber sliced, add one cupful of
celery cut In dice, shape and serve with
Tomato and Taplocu Soap.
A can of tomatoes, run through sieve;
a 10-cent can of beef tea;a cup of pearl
tapioca, soaked two liours In a little cold
water; two teaspoonfuls of onion Juice; a
teaspoonful ot white sugar; a saltspoonful
of salt; a teaspoonful of chopped sweet
herbs, and paprika to taste. Put Ingre
dient over the fire (leaving , out the
I tapioca) to heat, and bring slowly to the
1 bolt. Keep this up for five minutes and
1 stir In the soaked tapioca. Simmer five
minutes more and serve. Any good stock
you happen to have may be substituted
for the canned soup to flavor the above.
Sweet Tomato Pickle.
One reck green tomatoes, siloed. Stew
one cupful of salt over them, let stand
over night, and In the morning drain off;
then take four quarts of vinegar, three
pounds of brown sugar, quarter of a
pound whole white mustard seed, two
tablespoonfuls each ot plmonto, cloves,
cassia, ginger and ground muAtard, one
teaspoonful of cayenne pepper. ' Put all
In a kettle nnd boll until thoroughly done.
This will keep In a stone Jar.
Into a mixing bowl sift two cupfuls ot
flour with four teaspoonfuls of baking
powder and one-half teaspoonful salt.
Add and thoroughly blend one cupful of
cold boiled rice. Beat one egg light and
mix with one and one-quarter cupfuls ot
sweet milk. Then add this to the dry In
gredlents and last add three tablespoon
fuls (level) of melted butter. Bake half
an hour In hot gem pans.
Cnke iv Hli OrnnRc Killing.
Ono cupful of sugar, one-third cupful of
butter, one-half cupful of milk, one and
one-half teaspoonful of baking powder,
one nnd one-half cupfuls flour, flavoring
and two eggs will be needed for this
recipe. Bake In two layers.
Filling Julco of one orange and ono
lemon, three-quarters of a teaspoonful of
grated orange peel; strain, put In cup and
fill with boiling water to make three
quarters full. Put In double boiler, add
onehalf cupful sugar, one rounded table
spoonful of cornstarch; boll until It thick
ens, add the yoke of one egg and take
fire to cool.
Frosting White of one egg, scant cup
confectioner's HUgar, one-half teaspoonful
qf grated orange peel.
Mash four bananas to a pulp, add two
eggs well beaten, two cupfuls sifted bread
flour, two teaspoonfuls yeast powder, tea
spoonful salt, about two cups sweet milk
or enough to make a drop butter. Beat
until well mixed. Have the fat heated as
for doughnutn, so batter will rlso to top
at once. Dip a clean spoon In fat and use
It to shape the fitters. Do not make too
large. Fry until well browned. Drain on
brown paper. To bu eaten while warm,
Serve with maple syrup. They are sim
Take a pint of sour mllka cupful of
graham and a cupful of wheat flour, one
egg and half teaspoonful of salt and a
tablespoonful of sugar. Beat the egg
Ilrist and then stir everything well to
gether. Butter your tins and have them
hot when you put (he mlxturo In. Bake
In a hot oven.
Since tho startling discovery mnde by
Chief of Police Dunn that several mem
bers of the dppartment are unnblo to hit
a brick wall at tho dlntnnco ot ten feet
with a cannon, orders have been ' Issue'l
from Superintendent Ryder's office mak
ing It compulsory for tho "coppcrB" to
mako use of the target gallery In the
gymnasium nt the station.
Kven Policewoman Drummy must be
come accustomed to tho clammy feeling
caused by tho cold steel on tho handle ot
When nnked by a reporter to display
the deadly weapon she opened her bund
ling and brought to sight a fllnuy, cuto
llttlo powder rag, Superintendent Ryder
has Instructed her to earn' an "honest-to-goodness"
revolver nnd to practice
shooting at the target ,at the Jail.
Chief Dunn says t nil women should
know how to .handle 'a gun, so that when
burglars attempt) to rob their homes they
may be able to rout the Intruders, Mrs,
Drummy Is out a grrnt deal nights and
the chief belloves It necessary that she
know how to use 'a gun should occasion
Sergeant Henry Cook has been detailed'
to teach Mrs. Drummy how to act on
the firing line. He gave his scholar ncr
first lesson yesterday aftornoon and suys
ulio promises to become, an excellent
Million Dollar Bond
Goes to Lion Company
The M.000.000 official bond ot Stato
Treasurer Waller A. Oeorge, Just re
elected, is to be placed through the IJon
Bonding and Surety company ot Omaha,
which w III be the principal surety. This
Is tho blgKcst official bond In tho stato,
nnd In plnclng It, a Nebraska company Is
thus given tho preference. Although, ot
course It will bo underwritten with
many other companion. The premium on
the bond Is ald by tho stute, and at
current rates amounts to 15,000 for the
Key, to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
Double Bill Set for
Rourke Park Sunday
Next Sunday Rourkn park will bo the,
scene of two excellent foot ball games,
Tho first gnmo will bo between the Bel
monts nnd Columbians, and the second
between tho Superiors nnd Papllllon
Pupllllon has a bunch ot huskies that
will mako tho Superiors tnko notice.
Nearly every man In tho squad tips the.
beam at Iff. or over, nnd as tho fiupcrlorn
are a trifle liuaky, n lively bout between
heavyweights will bo In oruer.
MOVING PICTURES TO BE
MADE OF AMES-IOWA GAME
IOWA C1TT, Id.. Nov. 15.-(Spcclal ) -Moving
pictures of tho stato champion
ship foot ball gnmo between Iowa aiut
Amos, whloh Is to lw played nt Stato
Field, Ames, la., next Buturday after
noon, nro to 110 taken by the university
management, according to an announce
ment hero today thnt alt plnns had been
perfeoted. This Is the first tlmo moving1
pictures of' A foot ball gamo havo been
taken In Iowa.
Proceed as for grapp Jelly, and to each
quart add half teaspoonful of cloves to
one tablespoonful of cinnamon. Tie In
small bags and have the spices ground.
Remove before putting In tho sugar.
Mplrrd Grape Jelly
in Chicago Strike
CHICAGO, Nov. 15. For a few hours
today about 3,000 tcamHters were on strike
In Chicago and It was reared that tho
trouble might extend to S4,0tt more and
assume serious aspects,
Tonight, however, the employers of tho
striking men granted all of their demands
1 $1.60 a week Increase for double teams
and It for singles, and 30 cents nn bout
for overtime. Tho men will return to
Tho strike was called by tho f'lilcugo
TcamBtors. Chauffeurs and Helpers'
union, but It Involved only teamsters
whoso employers had refused to Hlfcn tlio
new scale. Ten contracting companies
TELEGRAPHS HE IS DEAD
IN EFFORT T0JEC0ME LOST
GRAND ISLAND. Nob., Noy. 15.-(Sp.
claU-Itdld nqt take very long, after
tho telegraph wires between this city
and Altoona, Pa., began, lo talk to clear
up the supposed murder mystery of a
few days since a mystery occasioned by
telegraphic Inquiry by tho Altoona po
lice; for details of the accidental death
of Jacob llelntz of (list city at or near
When tho Altoon'a papers were received
here chronicling the .pure fiction that
prominent local officials hud telegraphed
to Altoona relatives of the (lead man
Information was exchanged between tho
papers of Altoona and Grand Island and
the next day the supposedly dead man
was aken Into custody Jiy tho Gruud
Inland police chief.
It was pbvlously an effort on the part
of llelntz himself to become lost to his
family 011 uccount of domestic differ
ences, Helnts has been working In the
Union Pacific shops here and wtfs him
self responsible for tho sending of tho
fake telegrams, No charges having been
preferred by eastern artlex io has since
PcrsIstent Advertising Is the Road to
If You Want To Give
something a littles out of the ordinary choose them at Peacock's. .
The fame of the Peacock store is world-wide. People from all
over the world who wish to give gifts of assured quality and artistic
merit send to Peacock's.
You can buy here with the same degree of satisfaction which
ihey know, cither in person, or if you are unable to visit our store,
by means of the Peacock 1912-1913 illustrated Shopping Guide.
The Peacock name and reputation three-quarters of a century
old ate oil the guarantee you need.
C. D. PEACOCK
(EsUbllihed In 1837)
DIAMOND. PEARL. RUDY. EMERALD MERCHANTS .rJ
MASTERCRArTSMEN In lK PRECIOUS METALS. ETC!
sfrATE AND ADAMS STREETS, CHICAGO
NOVEMBER 5 & 19
VUSl tk land of opportsnity mm! whero groater pewgrets will ba
mtdsin tk next tea years than bas boon made In any other sectloa
of thm United Statas M the put twraatr jara Tbera axa yroadetfal
chase for iarestment or profit and SMBy'deltghtfal places for rest
or racreaOoa. ftvnnd trip fara front CWeac or St. Louis to
CUaf S.Lm ClUxf SlUt'n
SL AntTun...rV (36. IS 9.60 HilsWa Nt. lSd.66 $96.40
Ft. UmUtuW... " 44.16 S7.E0 Sutltri " 30.50 31.6
(Ufettril. " 3S.SS 39.3 THwrOe . " 33. 60 31.90
Oeslt .... M 34.50 31.45 MUal I M 41.90 38.96
F.rt Uyon " 38.50 31.15 OrUoH. M 86.50 31.45
Fabtka " 36.40 38.78 Tubs " 36.60 31.45
WmI FaUEMcJi. " 42.00 30.29 rtataccU. 30.10 29.65
EkstsoMs. .... " 36.50 31.45 Dt FsaUJc 5rk(s. " 31.76 84.25
ika.........n. M4 31.46 Ihrttaaa ku 34.76 24.26
Uj Hhttta AU. 80.10 20.80 BiUil Nt 31.36 22.00
FeaaattCKy Fk. 38.96 26.40 Catffwrl " 31.26 22.00
KtwOrUu U. 98.00 28.7B Cmaril -Ala 23.75 20.40
UMU Alt. 9919 20.86 Ertrgma " 29.85 20.65
PreaofOeaalaV Low Raie U Maajr OtW Point in
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tenaee and Mkawdppi
2S DAYS RTUN LIMIT. LIBERAL STOP OVER PRIVILEGES
J.JL DAVENPORT, D. P. A., St Lam
P. W, MORftOW. M. W. P. A CLicago
' LeabvflU dbMMbMR,R,
Gran d Open in g at Sun derlan cTs
Between 2 and 10 P. M., Saturday, Nov. lGtb, in celebration of the Company's 30th ANNIVERSARY, and because of I
the comnlfttlnn nnH nfimnnfv rf tVin H
the completion and occupancy of tho
BEAUTIFUL NEW GENERAL OFFICES
Honor us with your presence, please, and enjoy the music, the flowers, the birds, the souvenirs, the displays and the
ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR-NEW BANK BUILDING
ENTRANCE AT 17th ST. FRONT. All Elivators Stop at the "Sunderland Floor."
QHiyniT I AMI1. BSC N. E. Corne
w viiiiaiiiiLiHllV r 17th and