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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, MAT
CITY PUOPHIITV KOIl SALE.
New Dundee House
B120 Izard St. This Is an exceptionally
well built "room, modern house, built ot
elected material, very attractively and
conveniently arranged, with larse living
room, dining room, kitchen, complete up
to-date pantry with front and renr vesti
bules first floor; all finished In oak, ex
cept kitchen, with a handsome brick fire
place in living room, four good sized bed
rooms and tiled bath room, finished In
white enamel with mahogany flfilshed
doors, with oak floors throughout the
house, except maple In kitchen; stairway
to largo attic with 2x6 rafters; full ce
mented basement with laundry connec
tions; fruit room; toilet; Milton ItoRers
furnace. The location affords a beautiful
vl9w of the new boulevard with Its sun
ken gardens and the country to the south
and west. Let us show you this place
nnd help you make your rent buy a home
with a small Investment to start with,
George & Company
802-12 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 756.
OWNER LEAVING CSTY Must sell
6-room, all modern house; full lot; nlreiv
located; good nclgnborhood. 3043 Mere
dith Ave. Web. MS8.
OWNER LEAVING CITY. -Strictly
modern G-room home, corner
lot, two blocks from enr lino and Hans
com park. 2333 So. 31st St. Tel. Har. 1913.
TWO lots, Belmont addition. Mil. near
Spauldlng. Will sell reasonable. W. 1028.
THREE double brick flats, modern, for
$20,000. Western Real Estate Co, D. 3C07.
5 rooms, reception hall and bath, nil
modern bungalow, with hot water heat,
lovely lawn, paved street, fine nelghnor-
nooa( close to car lino and school. Price,
810-312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
Acreage fur sale.
Buy an Acre
. $25 Cash
And $10 per month buys an acre ot
half-acre1-In this beautiful addition high
and sightly, on the crest of tho ridge,
south of Elmwood Park' and east of 60th
St.. Live In the country and raise ch'ckens,
garden truck and fruit and at the same
time work in town. Others are doing it
successfully. Why not you? As an Invest
ment Cummings Heights lots aro hard
to beat The Increase In value Is certain.
Prices $550 to $700. Only three higher.
Phone us and we will' make arrangements
to take you out at any time.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Douglas 297. 212 S. 17th.
FOR Florence property Tel. Flor. 278.
C. L. Netbaway, Florence,- resident agent.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 208 Branded Theater.
FARM & .RANCH LANUN FOR SALE
EXCEPTIONAL bargain: Eighty acres
$550; terms, $10 down, $10 per month; big
llst-ree. Ward, the land man. Moun
tain Home, Ark.
- SAN JOAQUIN 'VALLEY
ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands.
.' Southern Facitlo and Santa Fe main
lines traverse our absolutely level tract.
Only 15 feet to water; also artesian wells.
Five hours' run to' either .San Francisco
or Los Angeles, with 'a combined popula
tion ot far over 1,000,000.
".$123 PER ACRfl-EASTf TEhUS:
Join our half-rate excursion to
- SUNNY- CALIFORNIA
in. May. Sea the
FONTANA ORANGE GROVES,
located" on the electric line from Lot
"" ' Angeles to. Riverside.
...Make your reserntiona early and lot us
show you tho "GOLDEN STATE" from
Ban Francisco to San Diego.
For free handsomely illustrated book
lets on all mattera Callforlan, see or
KARL BREIIME. 515 Bee juldg.
A CALIFORNIA home In the Sacra
mento valley; 10 acres for fruit, vines
land poultry; only J00; easy terms; close
to railroad and markets. Goss Realty
Co.. Sheridan, Cal.
' 'CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and
?d Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat. Bk.
Garden Tracts Ad
joining Fort Fraser.
v 5 and 10-Acre
; - Tracts in the
Farmers that hnv Innlrri Intn fnrml.r,
lands In the wonderful northwest say
Aitoi. jiuxwicro in me enure country are
there- lands to be found as fertile as those
.in the famous Nechaco .valley, B. C.
'Long summer days of 18 hours- snnhln.
extreme fertility and the temperate, well
. balanced, climate Insure quick growth
and rpaturlng, of crops and no crop fall
. Fine land for wheat or fruit muinv
And wonderful pasturage facilities 10
months In the year, make it Ideal for
- Now Is the time to buy. The Grand
Trunk Pacific completes Its lines through
the Nechaco valley region this year. Puts
you close to big markets. Fort FraHer.thn
trade center of the region, Is growing
rapidly putting in 13.0CO.0O0 water works
and electric lighting plant. Fort Fraser
"will be the most important city on the
Grand Trunk Pucific between Edmonton
.and Prince Rupert The whole- country
Is growing by leaps. And It's a bully
.cnunco lor up-io-aate tarmers and set
tlers to Ket In and huv ihn h farm
lands in Canada at mighty reasonable
Business Lots in Fort Eraser
At Low Prices Lone: Time
Write me for facts and prices, I can
prove every statement with government
' Maffruette Bldg.. Chicago. III.
FOR descriptive list of fineCanadlan
l?.ndJn lnr8a tracts and farms, write O.
V. Chapman. Laurler. Manitoba. '
SIXTY THOUSAND ncres Carey lajid
open to entry at Valler, Mont; fifteen
annual payments; section famous for
Train, grasses, vegetables, well adapted
to diversified farming. For particular
Write Valler Farm Salts company, ji0x
KAItM HANCII LANDS FOR SALK
AN IDEAL FARM
169 acres. 4 miles of Denver, Colo., u'ty
limits, well Improved. 7-room modern
house, horse barn, cow barn, seveial
granaries, cement floors. Implement
sheds; abundance of Irrigating water,
all fine state of cultivation; 30 acres alf
alfa, 10 acres tall wheat, balance In
spring wheat, rye and barley; only short
distance to railroad station; owner lias
gotten wealthy, wants to retire; sell easy
terms. Kor particulars, write
C. A. GREGORY, 410 Mack Bldg.,
On May 30th a personally conducted ex
cursion will leave Omaha via C, M. &
St. P. Ry. for points In Montana, Idaho
and Washington along the C, M. & SI.
The construction ot this new road has
opened up a vast extent of new country
In which excellent farm lands near i nil
road can be purchased at from $10 to JS0
per acre. Irrigated farm and fruit lands
can be purchased at from 100 to $JoO per
acre. Government homestead lands freo.
The party will be personally conducted
by Traveling Colonization Agent F. L.
Sherwood, who Is thoroughly familiar
with tho country traversed.
For further Information call on or
write V. L. Sherwood, Traveling Coloniza
tion Agent C. M. & St. P. Railway, 1317
Fnrnam street. Omaha. Nebraska.
CHOICE prairie lands In White Earth
reservation; rich black soil, clay subsoil;
fine artesian wells. Wo are owners vt
20.OM ncres. Agents wanted In every
county.' Liberal terms. Write at nr.ee.
Baker -Land Co., Ogoma, Minn.
SEND for freo list of Minnesota farms.
$30 to $75 per nctc. ' Minnesota Land
Agency. Court block. St. Paul. Minn.
WE aro owners of a large block of
Yellowstone county, Montana, fnrm land
nnd are prepared to offer same on close
prices in tracts of 10,000 acres or up. Cor
respondence invited. If interested, pros
pective purchasers will be shown the
land. Danaher-Holton Co., 1302 Plymouth
Bldg.i Minneapolis, Minn.
160 ACRES of good Jiay land, clear of
incumbrance, In Holt county. Nebraska,
to trade on quarter or- half section of
eastern Nebraska land, Merrick county
preferred, J. R. Collins. 1029 Omaha Na
tlcnal Bank Bldg., Omaha Neb.
FOR Sale Cheap 320 acres -holee level,
land with black soli. 8 miles from coun
ty seat on main line V. P.,R. R. in Ne
braska. $13.60 per acre, one-fourth cash,
balance long tlmo at 6 per cent. A good
buy for use or speculation. J. II. Dumont
fc Co.. 1IX3 Farnam St., Omana.
EMPIRE state farm given away: 275
acres, Including fifty Holsteln cows worth
$3,000, buildings worth J10.000. Fodder,
tools. Milk average? over $6,000 yearly.
Price, $17,000. Easy terms. Free cata
logue. C. J. Ellis, Farmers bank, Spring
vllle. N. Y.
FOR SALE In the Rio Grande Vallpv.
120 acre ranch; 1.000 fruit trees, rest In
alfalfa. Best Improvements, under gov
ernment Irrigation. Other farms Im
proved and unimproved. If you wish
good land, good climate, near good mar
kets, write O. D. Williams, La Mesa,
UTAH ALFALFA AND STOCK RANCH
400 ACRES-$30 AN ACRE.
The best alfalfa land on earth.
Location: Hinckley, Millard Co., Utah.
Primary water right for entire tract.
Wor.th'$60 an acre rlght now,
Unlimited free range available.
Good town, railroad and schools.
$0,000JDown. $6,000 your terms.
TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY,
159 Main street. Shit Lake City, Utah.
We have many other'bargalns.
U. 8. FREE Homestead lands, .New at
las (copyrighted.) Just Issued in A. colors,
Blze, 10x16. of the Rocky Mountain -and
National forests, .contains 6 colored mans
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico,
luunu una .Montana. xens.,auout new U.
S. 3-year homestead law. Carev net. Tim.
ert land net, mining laws. Other valuable
Information, un-to-datp. Wnfth ti nil v
60 cents postpaid. Atlas Dept., 921 Post
mug, uenver weeKiy ran, Uenver, Colo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY on hand at lowest rntpu tVir
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha
cuy. property in any amounts.
II. W. BINDER,
823 City Nationnl Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON OMAHA. HOMES.
J. H. Mitlien Co.,
921 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG.,
MONEY To loan on business or real-
dence. properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
W. it. THOMAS. 228 state Bank BIUg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE "REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property, 6, 6V4 and 6 per cent; no delay,
J. H. Dumont & Co., 1C0S Farnam St
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
. WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1S20 Farnam St.
HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Qm. Nat
GARVIN BROS LoanB 1500 and up-
vi.tv.LV J.1N X3i.vjo. omaha Nat. Bank.
$100 to. $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
acn CITY LOANS, Bcmls-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater mar.
LARGE loans our specialty, fitull Bros.
Teters Trust Co.
1622 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
LIST your house with us. We have buy
crs. Osborne Real Estate Co. Doug. H7I
Sail every Saturday-to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
Ocean passage 7V dak, Moderate rates.
For book of tours, rates,, etc., apply to
Gen. Acts., 35 V. Randolph St., Chicago.
OR ANY LOCAL AGENT,
WANTEr TO BUT.
Dolgoff Id-hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
WOULD like to buy a five or slx-room
house to be moved on a lot. One in tbt
neighborhood of 2ttii and Clark preftrred.
Telephone Red 430L
WANT to buy roller top
jjuuaioB pao or v cosier ZoJt.
y.&srr plc for rurnlture. Call D. 7UU.
JX H0S6. Quick buyers of furniture.
WANTED TO RENT
LIST your house with us. We have
buyers. Oaborne Real Estate Co. Doug.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Sava
jmiruhc mm BiiriiiKHge. xour consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stoclf Comiullon Merchant.
DYERS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg.
TO PROSECUTE THE POLICE
Organization Formed to Curb the
Actions of Officers.
WANT MORE PERSONAL LIBERTY
Chief Dnnn 5na Iff Will Drop the
Chnrjrea Afcnlnat Officer Smith,
Held for Dentins n Man
An organization effected to prosecute
charges against Omnha policemen will
not desist With tho trlnl of Detectives
Laney and Sullivan, -according to state
ments made by Harry SMmman, attorney
for tho three, who alleged they were mis
treated when arrevsted on a charge of
soliciting "money under false pretense, a
charge which could not be substantiated,
"We expect to take up other cases,"
said Zlmman. "I'm. not at liberty to say
what they are. We want personal liberty
nnd we're going to fight for It. I mean
personal liberty of a different brand than
advocated by the city commissioners."
He would give no Information about the
Attorneys for tho three complainants
In the case against Lahey and Sullivan
did not ask for the dismissal ot the
officers. They said thely deserved a
severe reprimand. Zlmman declared that
clubs and revolvers were used tod fre
quently. There is no reason why a police
man should carry a club or revolver, he
tVonld llltr Ills Finder.
Referring to the testimony of Health
Commissioner Connell, who said ho had
asked Rosenthal, chief complainant be
fore tho city commission, to open his
"Jaw" and permit him to Inspect his
mouth, Zlmmnn waxed warm nnd de
clared: "He had no authority to ask Rosenthal
to open his Jaw. It I was asked to open
my Jaw under such circumstances I'd
bite the doctor's finger off so quick he
wouldn't know what had happened. He'd
never stick his finger In anybody's
mouth after that,"
Tho city commission adjourned till
Thursday when a report wilt be made.
The policemen will not be dismissed from
the force and even a reprimand la not
To DlnniUn Chnrirra,
Chief ot Police Dunn said he would
drop the charges against Patrolman Ros
coe Smith, charged with wnntonly beat
ing a man who had been engaged In a
brawl. Dunn exhibited statements from
the man supposed to have been kicked
and from several others, which were
more or less emphatic in denying that
Smith, in plain clothes at the time.
kicked and wantonly outraged his victim,
after he had been knocked down.
As there Is a conflict In the evidence
of witnesses an attempt may be made to
force a trial of Smith. Certain eye-witnesses
reported that Smith was In the
house with a bunch ot rounders when the
fight started. He was In plain clothes
and took part In the melee. This he
denies. He said he was passing the .place
when he saw a man run out, and, hear
ing somebody shout that he hod stabbed
a man, he chased him and' put him under
Statements now in possession ot Dunn
were secured ..by Sergeant A.": Various.
Pearson, the man who was ' alleged to
have been beaten, says somebody struck
him, but aa a policeman in uniform .and
a man In plain clothes "stood over htm
he could not be certain as. to the assail
Shot Fired Through
Door of Hotel Takes
Effect in Man's Side
A shot fired through the door of a
room in the Aetna hotel, 1302 Dodge
street, at an early hour yesterday,
took effect In the side ot Harry Lehmon's
body who occupied lodgings there last
Tho police were notified and Lehmon
was removed to St. Joseph's hospital,
where Surgeon Foster administered medl
cal aid. The wound Inflicted is not of
a serious nature.
Edna Clark, charged with shooting to
kill, has been arrested and W. C. Barr,
night clerk, is being held by the police
until the affair can be further Investi
gated. It Is believed by the authorities that
a woman's Jealousy is at the bottom of
the shooting and that Lehmon likely
knows who the assailant is, but will not
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
DECLARES BIG DIVIDEND
Announcement has been made by C. 1
Alleman, president of the Standard Oil
company of Nebraska, that at & meeting
of the directors ot that company, htld
Monday, a stock dividend of 25 per cent
on the capital stock of the company was
Chamberlain's TaTlet for Const!,
For constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets
are excellent. Easy to take, mild and
gentle In effect Give them a trial. For
sale by all dealers. Advertisement
MISSOURI WOMAN IS
LOOKING FOR SISTER
Mrs. Mary Harrington, T17 East Lee
street, Nevada, Mo., Is seeking Informa
tion as the the whereabouts of her sis
ter. She writes that her sister's maiden
name was Elizabeth Hawman and that
she married a man named Andrew Haines
in Onawa City, Ia. She later moved' to
Omaha and since then Mrs. Harrington
has not heard from her.
OnatM ilia cavity. prvent decay.
All drag tfwc or by mall, 1 5c
c a. R-rwT a. Co.. DrTHorr. Uieu.
npnninrnThe mna' sreat-,
ncmcmocn 7,7 n:
Saturday Orkin Brothers is the place
"o-"t fn'I f '? 0f""'3 a.
J. S. DALINGHAUS AND MISS
EMMA E. BIHLER TO WED
The wedding of Joseph 8. Dallnghaus
and Miss Emma K. Blhler will take place
at the First German Presbyterian church
this evening at 5 o'clock, Mr. Dallng
haus Is manarer ot tho bottling depart
ment of the Storx Brewing company
Miss Blhler Is a niece ot Gottlieb Btors.
Miss Olga Storx and Albert Blhler wilt
nttrnd the bride and groom. Mr. an'l
Mrs. Dallnghaus will make their home at
3121 Sherman avenue.
A Remarkakle Remedy
For Stomach, Liver and Intestinal
Ailments, Appendicitis and
If j-6u are suffering from these ail
ments and unable to obtain a cure Don't
aire up Hop. One doso of Mayr's Won
derful Stomach Remedy, the most wide
ly known Remedy for Stomach. Liver
and Intestinal Ailments, Gastritis. Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Pressure of Oas
Around the Heart, Bour Stomach, Dis
tress After Kntlng, Nervousness, Dlxtl-
graph of Pois
al, MttbtOd and
ness, Falntalng Spells, Sick Headache,
Constipation, Congested and Torpid Liv
er, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis, .and
Oall Stones, will positively convince you
of ita groat powerB to cure.
It has cured thousands of sufferers; It
has saved many lives; It has prevented
many dangcroiiH surgical operations,
Put it to a test. Try one ilose tonight.
Let one doso prove its great merit. You
are not asked to take this Remedy for
weeks before you feel benefited one
dose will convince you that It should
cure you. Send for rBBS valuable book
let on stomach aliments to Geo, II. Mnyr,
Mfg. Chemist, 151-156 Whiting St., Chi
cago, For Kale in Omaha by Hlierman a
McConncii, druggists, forner istn ana
Dodge, 16th and Harney, 2th and Far
nam, 207-S North 16th St., and druggists
Bond ub your carp'ota, rvigs,
portlorcs, . drjiporjcs, curtains,
.table and -stand covers, dollies,
chair cushions, pillow covers
and other valuable furnishings,
and while are cleaning them
you'U have plenty of tlmo, to
do your' scrubbing and dusting.
Bead These Prices
- Carpets , or rugs dusted and,
' steamed, iuc per Bq. ya.; oust
ed, dry cleaned and sterilized,
U5c per sq. yd.
I Portieres, dry cleaned, $1.50
' per pair; dyed, ijtli.fSO per pair;
I lace curtains 75c to $2.50 per
pr., tinted 50c extra; table and
couch covers 75c to 91.25; pil
low covers, 25c to 50c. Call us
up on either phono and we will
send n man to quote price on
all your work.
1515-17 JONES ST.
GUY LIGGETT pres.
Over 400 Ship
World's largest ship, will
SrMRQ' Vuy- arriving
at New York May 31.
BAH.IHO from HBW TORK
Saturday... June 7, U A. M.
Baturdy...Juns M, 1 V. M.
Saturday... July IB. 10 A. as.
aid every 3 weeks thereafter.
Enabling passengers toarj
rive In LONDON PAWS
on sixth and in HAMBURQ
on seventh day. Books now
open for season.
LOBDOH, PAB1B, HAM3STOO
AmerUa, May 89, ,10 a. m.
H (Pretoria, May Wt 1 P. m
Xals'n Anr.Vto, May 8,l p.m.
Pres. Orant, June 0, a. nv.
llmperator, June 7. 11 . m.
ttVlo. Louise. June 10, 10 a.m.
Pres. Lincoln. June 14, 3 p. m.
li'lPennsylvania, Jun 17, 9 a.m.
'Atnerlka . . .June 10, 10 a. m.
INeW. Ttlst cabin only. Will
call at Boulogne. tlUmburB
direct ltd cabin only.
Iisall from new pier, foot of
33d St., South Brooklyn.
Olbraltar. a spies and aenoa.
WAU steamers of this "Tr
ies 1V from MEW PIBB,
33d st., south Brooklyn. Tsks
30th St. Perry,
n. S. Hamburg (11,000 tons)
May 30, a. m.
8. B. lloltk. (19.S0O tons)
Inn a. 8 30 a. m
. B. Hamburg". July 1, I p.m.
, b. Moltke, Julv IB. 1 p. in.
TO THE ZiAMD OP THE
i JU1TS, JUI.T and AUQUBT.
. 'k ivt w jtanaoipo m ,
r a. t'Meno. Ill aw :v
or Ik1 0 Wr
Hi -I "- 1
THE BEER YOU LIKE
HPhe ideal beer
f o r h o me
use. Order it in
small or large
have a case in
It is refreshing
with your meals.
It is appreciated
by your guests.
Browed and bot
For homo uso, order a
109-11 North Sixteenth St.
Phone Douglas 1889.
THE BEER YOU LIKE
Clear Cut Blue Serge
All pure wool.
Will not fndo.
3 weights. 3 shados.
Smartly tailored in
tho Bkillful Nicoll
way, and made to
fit you porfoctly.
VW Jex-rettis' Sons .
209-11 So. 15th St.
, Orkin Brothers' biff
window display of
lewelry Is tho pret
tiest ever seen In Omaha. Come to the
sale Saturday you'll seo many beautiful
pieces of Jewelry at an unbelievably low
IIOTICI.H AND IIRNORTS.
Elovcntti and McGee fits.
Kansas City. Mo.
&OCATED IN THE RETAIL AND
A hotel of quality and refinement
at reasonable prices. European plan
$1 to ?4 per day. Tako elevated
car at depot marked 27th St., di
rect to hotel.
KUPFEIMIENSON HOTEL CO.
Comfort Accessibility Moderate Rates
Madison AvenuE & 49 Street
OneliocV from Fifth Avenue and within ry
walking dltUuce o( Theatres, Shops and Clubs
REFINED SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
175 Rooms with Bath. Restaurant
a La Carte with reasonable charges
SPECIAL RATES FOrt JUNE, JULY. AUQ, SEPT.
ElntleRoom .... It. 50
All Outside Rooms .
Stngleltoom with Bath .... f.ooDay
Double Room with llath . . . . Ij.oo Day
Parlor. Bedroom with Bath . . fi-ootofs-oo
Further Reductions for Weekly Occupancy.
8. a. CLAYTON. Proprietor
BEAUTIFUL ISLE ItOYALE
ON LAKE SUPERIOR
Don't tufftr with lb brt. roint lola us. Wt'r
out boMIng, noelnf, flihlog. searching for
OrMnslones snd ThompssDltts, snd brtstblag Na
tures purrst air at all tltnss lltr tsrrr soil ss-
inin iccr uHva. fr jour nciff wrspt
4 bur rour ticket to Duluth, lllnn , Ibaa tsk
Dnnth Mas boat Wrlta far foldfr
OUR MAY SALE
Begins Wednesday of.
foring buyors assort
ments and values seldom
if over boforo equalled
at such attractive low
75c Embroideries. 35c
Including a beautiful lino
of 45-moh fiouneings and
Buitable for s u m m o r
Beautiful Now Flouncings
"Regular 35e to GOo a
yard values, 18 inches to
27 inches wide, big assort
ment, at yard 19c, 35c
Embroidered Robes at About
fino white embroidery robes in voilo, Swiss or batisto
for your selection; remarkable bargains at About Half.
DOMESTIC ROOM SPECIALS
Blue and brown gingham apron chocks, 7o values. . .,. . .5C
Serpentine oropo, good patterns and colors, l8o values,
for t 12MiC
Hope muslin, 3G inches wide, 10c values "7C
Unbleached muslin, 30 inches wido, 8Vc values ,. . .6c
36-inch percales, 12Mc values . . . . ,. .7MjC
30-inch black satin, 15o values 10c
Wednesday White feeds Specials
Plain white voile, $1.25 values, yard .75C
White Plisso crope, $L50 values, yard .JjU.,00
Ratine, Rajh effect,, $1.35 value, yard ...,.85c
Whilo piquo Russian cordette, $1 values, yard....59c
READ HAYDEN'S BIO SPECIAL GROCERY SALE FOR
WEDNESDAY. We make tho Prices for the People, ,Not
a Few; a Saving of 25 to 50.
S3 lbs, best Granulated Burar., $1.00
10 bam Ueat 'Km All, Diamond C or
Laundry gueen white launury soap,
for .i BSo
10 lbs. beat mixed Cltlclt Fcod.v. .B0o
10 lbs. best whlto or yellow Uornmeal,
10 lbs. rolled Ilreakiast Oatmeal.. Boo
H cans oil or mustard BardlneB. . ,BSo
Bklnncr'a Macaroni, Verifclcelll or
.Spaghetti, pkr 7tt
5 lbs. ranoy Japan nice, 10c quality,
for , aao
Tali cann Alaska Salmon loo
It-ounce cans Pet, 8t. Charles, Carna
tion or Colombia milk oyio
drupe Nuts, pkg lOo
X C Corn Flukes, pkc Bo
40 varieties fancy Cookies, lb, . .IOo
Large bottle Worcester Hauco, hh
nortcd I'lcklcs, pure Tomato Catsup
or mustard, per bottle BVfco
Advo Jell, Jellycon or Jello, pits, 75io
2-lb, ran fancy Hwoot Hugar Corn 6o
Peters' Ilreakfast Cocoa, lb,..,.,.80o
The best Tea HlftliiKS, lb IOo
Uoldon Hnntos Coffee, lb 2 Bo
Duttei', Effir and Oheess Bait,
The best Creamery Uutter, carton or
bulk, lb ...330
Tho best Country Crcnmery Butter,
Thn best Dairy Mutter, lb Q5c
Full cream, You nit America or Wis
consin Cream Cheese, lb IOo
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For Young Chaps
Who Dress the Best!
vv as snuay uvn.it (.jtss buj row wiw jangirmfl
)aett or the "gingery" hnttb to.
We Im4 them
all when It
ford! for young men.
Dar yen to step Into a pair and
not ray about m
Tho Porsistont and Judicious
is tho Road to Business Success.
34S ST. EAST
At.tho focal point
crest of Murray Hill,
the sea, artificially fed
8lngl rooms . .
Double room . . .
Double bedrooms, boudoir
ouiias-f arioir, bedroom
Each room with bath
ment of new
clean goods at
Regular 10c to 3.r)cjn yard
values, including dainty
patterns, heavy convent
and fine naiiiBOoktcmbroi-
dories; special, yard, 5c,
10c, 15c, 20c and,25c,
Loom End Strips of fino,
heavy embroideries, at tho
yard 5c to 12Vc
Half Price A number of
Jenny nros,' Brick Choose wo are
sole agents for this high quality
prcjduct-r-lb i ,. lBo
Imported BwIbh Cheese, lb. ..... .380
Hoqunfort Cheese, Imported, b...39o
The Ortatest Market for the Feopls
for Trtuh Veirstables.
Fresh Hplnach, per peck 7Uo
i bundles fresh Hadlshos Bo
3 bunches fresh Asparagus ...... IOo
0 bunches fresh Onions Co
3 hoads home grown Leaf Lettuce oo
3 largo Soup Hunches IOo
1 lama bundles l'le Plant Oo
Ijvrge Cucumbers, each.lBo, ioo, 7W
2 buncheH fresh ParBley Oo
1'ncy rlpo Tomatoes, lb. IOo
Fresli Hoots, Carrots or Turnips, per
bunch . , , , , 4o
3 largo Or eon Poppera loo
Fancy ripo Strawberries, quart boxen,
The best Colorado Potatoes, IS lbs.
Wax or Green Beans, lb '
firs up msimss ow,
Prions ar advancing wholesale every
Sxtra large slse, per doxen. . , .81.4B
Lrfirgo size, per dozen.. $1.10
Medium Bite, per dozen OBo
Per crate, any size 83.00
Try Kayden's rirst, It pays, In
Quality Qoods ana a Low Prtos.
Uso of Nowspnper Advertising
PAR1 AVE.. N.T
of the terminal zone, on the
cooled by Southern breezes from
by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.
Pit day-tt, U, U, M
' tS, $e, 17, U
bath aa a in an
and bath . io tjj 115
Special rartj for Sumrntr