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COMBINED AGAINST A WOMAN
Peculiar Transaction of Chattel Mortgage
Brokers at Lincoln ,
MRS , HUTCHINS' PATHETIC STORY
Bhe Declares Hint thn I'lrin of Altlmtt Hroi.
Plot led'to Ituln Ilrr lt < ' ] > uUtion Ile-
cniuo She JCcurntcd n
Jiiiiult.
LINCOLN , Fob. 1. ( Special to The
lleo. ) A case which has aroused no little
attention In Lincoln was settled today and
dismissed , much to the surprise of Interested
people. It is the somewhat celebrated case
in which Abbott IJros. , chattel mortgage
brokers , ( lied u comnlnint with the authori
ties charging Mrs. Hutchtns , well known as
n hard working woman , with the crlmo of
prostitution. When the charge was first
inudo n police ofitccr was taken to the house
occupied by Mrs. Hutchins , where a man
was foutfd In the sitting room minus hla
Bhlrt. Ho was arrested , ns was also the
woman , but as she had a very sick child
nlono in the house she was not taken to the
station.
Subsequent developments revealed the
fact that the shirtless man had been en
gaged by some one to go to the Hutuhins
woman for the purpose of leading her into a
trap. Ho had visited her in the afternoon
ns an agent for sown sort ot fancy work and
made arrangements with her to mend his
shirt. Ho told her ho had but one shirt and
that If she had no objections ho would let
her mend It while ho waited , She agreed
nndhocamo according to the arrangement.
Ho had only been In the house n few mo
ments before the officers arrived. Thcso
facts becoming known , the charge against
Mrs. Hutchins was dismissed. Later Ab
bott IJros. filed another complaint charging
her ultli thusamo offense.
Mrs. Hutchins has claimed all along that
she had incurred the disfavor of Abbott
13ros. and tl-at they had entered upon a con
spiracy to ruin her reputation. In proof of
her statement she said that on March 37 ,
18U3 , she had borrowed $15 of the llrm.
Since that tlmo she has paid $5 of the
principal und $10.85 In interest. She also
charges that upon the occasion of a visit
from ono of the Abbotts ho made her an in
sulting uroposal.
This morning when the case was called in
court the attorneys for Abbott Bros , stated
that they had effected a compromise with
Mrs. Hutchins ami that they would dismiss
the case at their cost. It was done accord
ingly. By the terms of the compromise
Mrs. Hutchins retracts the charge that ono
of the men made Insulting proposals to her
and the chattel mortgage men-ngrcoito sur
render the note they hold nealnst her.
TO SELL OUTOALT'S HOUSE.
Judco llall has Issued , nji order of sale re
quiring the clerk of the district court to sell
the residence properly of 11. U. Outcalt ,
cashier of the defunct Capital National
bank. The sale is mndo to satisfy a judg
ment of $1SSOO ! secured against Outcalt last
week by YonKers Bros , of DCS Molnes. The
day after the failure of the Capital National
bank n deed to the property wus filed trans-
lorrinS it to Oscar Funkc , Outcalt's brother-
in-law , and by Funlto transferred to Mrs.
Outcalt. Although not filed until January
"S , the deeds were executed in December.
The creditors of Outcalt attacked the legal
ity of the tranrfers , claiming that they were
made for the solo purpose of placing the prop
erty beyond the reach of the creditors. The
validity of the transfers has not yet been
passed upon by the court , and there Is a
lively prospect for a great deal of litigation
Duforo the sheriff finally offers it for sale to
the highest bidder.
STATE I'UINTINO CONTRACTS LET.
Thu State Printing Board hold a brief ses
sion this afternoon to open bids for the
printing of 5,000 copies of the report of the
Stnto Board of Agriculture , 6,000 copies of
the State Horticultural society and COO
copies of the report of the State Board of
Transportation. The bidders were the State
Journal company , Lincoln Printing com
pany , Jacob North & Co. , Calhoun & Wood
ruff and Hunter Printing company of this
cliy , the York Newspaner union , Fremont
Tribune and Cogswell & Surlnger ot Bea
trice. The Stuto Journal company was
awarded the contract , for the horticultural
report at $3,48 per page , the same work costIng -
Ing the state J3.UD last year. Calhoun &
Woodruff will print the transportation re
port at $1.28 per pgo , the figures last year
bolnir $1.48. The agricultural report went to
Jacob North & Co. at $3.75 per page , the
same work costing the state lust year $3.00
per page.
page.NKBUASKA
NKBUASKA CITY POLITICS.
Nebraska City , Feb. 1. ( Special to The
Bee. ) The cltv election will bo hold in
April , und candidates for mayor , while not
numerous , arc quietly go'tting in their work.
The present incumbent , H. H. Bartllng , ono
of the nlty's most-progressive business men ,
was elected to Jill the unoxpired term of Mr.
Paul Schminko , deceased , His administra
tion has been conservative , and although ho
has not expressed his intention , ho will
probably bo u candidate for ru-olocilon on
'tho republican ticket. Ho has enemies In
his own camp , however , and others who
covet the nomination may possibly knock
him out.
The democrats hnvo plenty of material to
pick from. Dr. Claude Watson wus a can
didate last yonr , and is being urged to accept
a nomination in the spring , Hobcrt Pnyuu is
also talked of.
Company C , Nebraska National guards ,
will bo Inspected by the colonel commanding
on the Cth of next month. The boys have
made arrangements for n grand night , It
being understood that Governor Cruunso will
bo present
SECUKED THE FUNDS EASILY.
Hastings , Feb. 1 , ( Sprclal to The Beo. )
The Hiistmas Young Men's Christian as
sociation , nfter ton uays earnest effort , has
succeeded In raising the $3,800 necessary to
clnar tno association of mortgaged and limitIng -
Ing debt. The ovcnt was celebrated last
night by n rousing meeting in the association
room. Stirring speeches were made , and
the ladles' auxiliary assisted in nmldntr the
occasion memorable. The sum raised is
about $800 moro than the amount of the
debt , but the association preferred to aim
_ ifio high rather than too low , and are now
prepared for a sliriukago , if such should
occur , in the subscriptions. It was n gala
occasion , and ono long to bo remembered by
the members of the association.
ItECOVEKEI ) A STOLEN HOUSE ,
* Wakollold , Nob. , Fob. 1. ( Special to The
Deo. ) On the evening of January 20 M. M.
Coiul of Fremont hud a in a re stolen from his
ranch near that placo. J. H. Hall , the fore
man of the ranch , came to Wakollold yostor-
ilny and whllu hero heard that Joseph
Barschel , wuh n luura answering the do-
sciiption of the stolen animal In his posses-
ilon , was stopping at the farm of William
Woltcr , a milu and a half north of this placo.
Securing thn services of Constable Cook the
two prccfcdod to that placn and Mr. Hall
Immediately Identified ilia animal as the ono
stolen from his employer , liarschel was
placed under arrest and braucht to Wane-
field and will bo hold until the Dodge county
authorities urrl vi ) .
HEAVY ICE IIAUVEST.1
Mllfordr obFob. 1. ( Special to The Beo. )
Five hundred and sixty cars of Ice have
been shipped from Mllford since January 1 ,
und it Is of very line quality. Cooper &
Sons and the Lincoln Ice company have the
appliances for loading 100 cars per day and
uro improving the tlmo to the great benefit
of the working men of this vicinity.
WESTOft HUS1NESS CHANGE.
Wcston , Neb. , Fob. I. ( Special Telegram
to The Bco.--Clnrk ) , Heaton & Co. , have
sold their elevator and grain shipping inter
ests hero to the Omaha Elevator company.
The transfer took place today. The out
going firm bought their first grain in Wcston
on the aide track seventeen years ago.
OSOEOLA'a NEW OIIUIIOII.
Osccola , Nob. , Fob. 1. ( Special to The
Beo. ) The Methodists of thU place will oc
cupy their new church for the first time Sun
day. They will dcdtruto the church Febru
ary U and have secured Bishop Warren of
Denver to preach the dedicatory sermon.
iWY OOODH BTOt'K ' SOLD.
Grand Island. Nob. , Fob. I. ( Special
Telegram to The Boo. ) The K. Walker &
Son dry goods stack was sol.1 today by the
sheriff for 817.VJ ) to John O. tilllott ft Co , of
Now York. i'ho stock had Invoiced at
J4,000.8KCM7KEI
8KCM7KEI ) MY WEEPING WATER.
Woopltit ? Water , Nob. , Fob. 1. ( Special to
The Hoc. ) A rmm meeting was c.illcd at
this pi I'M Monday nluht tor the purpose of
taldut ttn | to secure the next Urand Army
of the itopubllo district reunion at Weeping
Water. The district comprise * Cass , Hurp.y ,
Lancaster and Saundora counties. A com
mit too was appointed to attend the rncollng
of the onicers of the association , which was
hold at Greenwood Wednesday. The com-
inlttoo presented resolutions from the busi
ness mon hero pledcing everything necessary
for Its success. At the meeting the vote
wa unanimous for Wcoplng Water and the
( intosot was Tuesday , August 21 , continuing
four days.
The onicors of the association are : David
McCalft. niesldcnt ; Chappoll of Lincoln ,
vice president ; Colonel J. Alathony , secre
tary , and E. C. Coleman , quartermaster.
The second annual meeting of the Cass
county farmers Institute will bo held In this
city February 0 and 7. The subjects of
trco , sugar beets , grasses , farm topics , Ne
braska insects , breeding and horticulture
will bo treated in addition to lectures on
other subjects. There is much interest
manifested by the farmers in tha afTalr ,
many of whom have profited by the former
racetlmr hold here.
W.Ur. S1MUNG3 HAPPENINGS.
CIuo Springs , Feb. 1. ( Special to The
Dec. ) Tno now electric light and power
plant hero is lust completed and is said to boone
ono of the finest lu the state. It Is run by
water power , with a steam cnglnn as
auxiliary. A tmvv stone dam across the
Blue has Just boon finished by the Union
Pacific Hallway company , owners of thu
plant.
The plant of the Sponsor Manufacturing
company changed hands today , having been
purchased by the King Press Drill company
from Hebron , recently Incorporated with a
capital stock of $100,000.
The great army of unemployed , so numer
ous In most towns of the country , has had
no representatives hero ttils winter , the
local improvements furnishing work for all
who really wanted it. Neither begging nor
pilfering has been known hero.
WILL STAHT THE WHEELS AT ONOE.
South Sioux City , Neb. , Fob. 1. ( Special
to The Dee. ) W. C. McDonald of Wesslng-
ton , Nob. , today nurchased u half interest in
the South Sioux City roller mills. The mills
have boon Idle for some tlmo , but the now
firm of McDonald & Shook will commence
grinding Monday , the change In ownership
having put the concern on a solid financial
basis.
BURGLARS AT GENEVA.
Geneva , Fob. 1. ( Special Telegram to The
Beo. ) Burglars attempted some Hno work
at the postofllco and B. & M. depot last ,
night. They got llttlo of value. Postmaster
Donavan keeps nothing of value in the safe
in the ofilco and on the safe door ho has a
tag stating that the safe is unlocked.
ITU COXTKStl'UK.lKY ,
Itiiltlmoro News Dcncuntg an the Merits of
the Asuocluted i'rvxs.
BALTIMORE : , Fob. I. The Baltimore
News today says editorially : "Wo con
gratulate our esteemed contemporary , the
American , upon its admission to full mem
bership in the Associated press. The News
was the first paper in Baltimore to Join the
Associated press , abandoning the United
press , of which It was a charter member and
its business manager the llrst uresidont.
When the United press ceased to bo a co
operative institution and became a Joint
stock company controlled by a few in
dividuals , the far-scolng newspapers of
the country , realizing the principle upon
which it rested was unsound , began to
transfer their allegiance to the Associated
press. The latter npw includes three-fourths
of the newspapers in the United States.
It is today moro than ever before the con
servative and representative news-gathering
organization of the world , Superior in news
service and In personnel , it is encroaching
constantly on the limited territory of the
United press and it is only a matter of n
short tlmo until the entire press of the coun
try is united in the logical and natural alli
ance which may bo obtained only through
the Associated press. Fortunate , indeed ,
are these newspapers , which" like the News
and American , have secured full stock mem
bership. "
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Suspended Tending u Hearing.
Fireman George McICray , recently sta
tioned at engine house No. 13 , Fourteenth
and flarnoy streets , has been suspended by
the chief for insubordination. A few days
ago McICray got into trouble with Godfrey ,
the "engineer of the now steamer "John F.
Sheoly , " and knocked him down. Ho states
that , for some time the engineer had been
imposing on him.
McICray will remain suspended until the
case is considered by the lira and police com
missioners. Ho i * the driver of the water
tower and has a good record as a fireman
and sa a policeman.
Asked to Coino Into Court.
In the police court yesterday afternoon ox-
Shcrlff Bennett and his wife , Sophia L. Ben
nett , filed separate complaints against E.
Rosewater , editor of The Bee , charging
criminal libel. The complaints are based on
an editorial letter , over the signature of Mr.
Rosewater , published in The Evening Bee of
November 0 lost , headed "A Last Word of
Warning , " the language of which will be
readily recalled by the public.
Mr. Rosewater will appear in police court
at 10 o'clock this morning to answer.
May Kscnpo the Death Penalty.
MILWAUKEE , Fob. 1. When Rudolph Pech-
mann , the murderer of old Mrs. Schrum , was
called up for sentence this morning , his at
torneys created a sensation by Inducing the
prisoner to withdraw his plea of guilty and
outer a plea of not guilty , on the ground that
ho did not premeditate the murder. When
questioned by the court , Pcchmunn said ho
Intended to rob the woman , but not to kill
her. Pcchmunn will now stand trial and
may cscapo u lifo sentence.
TO REDUCE COURT EXPENSES
Relief to Bo Afforded Iowa People From
This Source.
SALARIES FOR JUSTICE COURT OFFICERS
Intended 1'nrtlcutnrlr to Hcucli Hint CluM
of litigation Griming Out of Liquor
legislation Itinerant Murcliiintn
to llo Ht
DBS MOINES , Fob. 1. ( Special to The
Boo. ) The legislature Is making n dolor-
mined effort to ro.luco court expenses , espe
cially such as are Incurred In prosecuting
Hijuorcasos in the minor courts. Mr. Dowoll
of Polk has Introduced n bill providing that
justices of the peace und constables In cities
of the first class shall receive n salary and
abolishing the system of feed now in rogue.
Ilia salary fixed by the bill for the justice Is
$1,500 per annum and for the constable $1,009.
The olll further provldos that the fcos of
these courts shall bo turned Into the county
fund. Do well has also introduced a bill fixIng -
Ing thu salaries In counties having over
25,000 , Inhabitants at $3,000 for the sheriff
and $3,500 for the recorder. All the foes of
these offices to go to the county.
Representative Brlnton of Hamilton
has introduced n bill which reduces
the -number of justices of the peace In
a county from about thirty to two ,
and In the smaller counties to only ouo. The
bill provides for the election of the justices
by the county and requires them to hold
court In each township at least six times a
year. The compensation is fixed at from
( ! ito$50 per month , according to popula
tion.
tion.Tho author says the circuit courts of the
state are cumbered with appeals from the
decisions of Ignorant men who are elected
to preside over thcso minor trioutials. It is
thu design of the bill to procure the services
of n man with sotuo knowledge of law und
simplify the proceedings of thcso lower
courts.
"TO TAX ITINERANT MERCHANTS.
The merchants throughout the state are
making war upon "itinerant vendors" of
goods and merchandise who stay from a
week to a month in n place co dtsposoof
bankrupt stock. A bill is now pending bo-
Toro the judiciary committee of the house re
quiring such transient dealers to nuilto a
special doposlt with the secretary of state of
$500 , and by the further piymentof $33 a
license can bo procured authoriz
ing them to engage in the
Business for the term of ono year.
A license from the local authorities , is also
required equaling the tax levy upon the
value of the goods offered for salo. A fail
ure to procure a state license subjects the
offender to a flno of not less than $ T > 0 or not
to exceed sixty days imprisonment.
A bill Introduced by Patterson of Iowa
county requires all state depositories to file
a band with good securities in dnublo the
amount of public money to bo doposltod and
requiring all such banks to pay interest on
thu average balance on hand. All com
missions for collecting drafts or notes are
abolished. This measure applies to state
funds and will onlj affect certain DCS
Molnes banks.
The house committee on roads and hich-
ways , after carefully considering the many
bills on that subject , has practically agreed
to report for passage the bill introduced by
Jester of Greene , of which tno following is a
summary :
JESTER'S GOOD ROADS BILL.
Section ' . Each township or portion thereof
outsldo the limits of any city or Incorporated
town shall constitute ono highway district.
Sec. iJ. Hoiul taxes levied and assessed under
the provisions of this act shull bo paid In
inonuy to the county treasurer us ether taxes
uro now collected.
Sec. 3. The nuallfied electors of each town
ship shall , at the general election to bo hold
for the year 1804 , elect a highway buoorvlsor.
whoso compensation shall bo flxed tiy the
trustees of the respective townships , not tot
exceed , however , the HUM of $4 par Uuy , and
which uald compensation shall not Do less
tlnui J2 perduy.
Hue. 4. The township trustees shall hava the
power to lot bv contract all work upon the
highways , or they nmy employ the highway
buporvisor and authorize h.ild supervisor to
employ help ut .such compensation us suld
trustees may IIv.
bee. 5. The township trustees and highway
supervisor shall constitute a committee to
purchase for their respective townshlos all
tools and Implements to bo used on such hlgh-
wuys and to provide for the custody uud euro
of the same.
Sec. 6. All able bodied men over 21 years of
age und under 4B years of ago shall pay to
the county treasurer , at Mich time and tunas
as other taxes are payable , the sum of 42
ouch , annually , to bo known as poll tux for
highway purposes.
Sec. 7. The levy shall not exceed 5 mills on
the dollar In uny year for road purposes.
Sec. 8. Nine hours shall constitute- day's
work upon the highway.
Sec. 9. The township clerk shall receive
from the county treasurer all moneys col
lected under the provisions of this uct , and
disburse the same only upon the order of the
township trustees or highway supervisor , and
such township clerk shall receive as compen
sation for receiving und disbursing the ssmu 1
per cent of ull moneys received by him. The
bond of such township clerk shall bo Q.\od by
the trusteed and approved by the board of
supervisors.
face. 10. It shall bo unlawful for any person
to nlow on the highways , except by permission
of the township trustees or .highway super
visor of the township In which such highway
Is situated.
BILLS INTRODUCED YESTERDAY.
In the senate these bills were Introduced :
Bv Perry , providing for a board of control
of public institutions ; by Baldwin , authoriz
ing railway corporations to mortgage
their property ; by Kelly , appropriating
$180,000 for support of the State
university ; by Oleson , to tax mineral lands
when the surface und the minerals are
owned b.v different parties ; by Perry , pro
viding n Board of supervisors and control of
state Institutions ; by Dent , requiring the
Inspection of intoxicating liquor * and pro-
riding a penalty forudujtor.itions.
Hills were Introduced In the housn ns fol
lows : By Brooks , rcqullug the inspection
of oil used In minus ; by elmsell , locating an
inann nsylum at Lutnaw by Chapman , pro
viding for the publication of all Important
gcner.il laws In official .county papers and
fixing campotmtton1' at $ r > o each ;
by Davis , authorizing ' district boards
to appoint agents i to , handle school
books ; by Homrlcjmus , providing
for the Inspection of hlcohollo liquors ; by
McCann , authorizing railroad corporations
to mortgage their property. ; by Wllkon , pro
viding for $1 bounty on red and gray fox
scalps ; by Wilson , requiring foreign insur
ance companies to try p'os in state courts ;
by Wood , provldlilg u system of compulsory
education for all childi'oii between 8 and 10 ;
by Taylor , providing penalty fop obstruct
ing the drainage of public highways.
The remainder of the .session was con
sumed considering back pay of commlttoo
clerks , which was finally defeated.
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
DJS Molnes , Fob. 1. ( Special Telegram to
ThoBoo. ) In the supreme court today the
following decisions were tiled : Ludtow ,
Clark &Co. , aspollants , against J. S. Szohl
and Mrs. .1. S. Szold , defendants , and J , 1C.
Leo. ot al. Intervontors , Woodbury district ,
affirmed ; United States bank , appellant ,
ngalnst Anna Burson ot al , Warren district ,
re versed ; state of Iowa , appellant , against
P. 0. McConnell , Powoshlok dis
trict , reverso.lt Baxter Kaad&Co. aijUnst
C. W. Uolllnus & Co. , C. W. Rollins
Alice Schlettor and Rossa Schlcttcr , appel
lants , Ida district , reversed : Paul Kleno and
J K Voscl against D. F. Hedge ot a I , appel
lants , Dubuque district , affirmed jPowcshluk
count , for the use of school fund , appellant ,
against S. A. Allen ot nl , Powcshloic district ,
affirmed ; Edgard S. Prlco. by his next
friend , against Sam Bouldof , Mahaslca dis
trict , affirmed ; Sbtato of Iowa against Alfred
Boone , appellant , Johnson district , per
curlam , anirmod ; Daniel Marietta , against
J. J. Marietta , administrator , appellant ,
Warren district , iifllrmed ; Phillip Hotnan
against Franklin county , appallant ; Wright
district , reversed.
ALLEGED EMBEZZLER JAILED.
Sioux City , Feb. 1. ( Special Telegram to
The Boo. ) A. J. Ames was arrested at Fort
Dodge , la. , b\ ' Sheriff Deano of Union
county , South Dakota , on a requisition from
Governor Jackson upon three Indictments ,
charging htm with embezzlement while
president of the Bank of Borosford. The
bail under each Indictment Is $3,000. Ames
failed to secure ball and is in jail.
KEPT MEN FB.OM WORK.
Advocates of North Oinulm Sewer Ditch
Condemn HiiscnH'8 Course.
Councilman Hascall'it U charged , deliber
ately knocked 150 men out of employment by
tils course with reference to the proposed
sewer ditch In the northern part of the city
The plan had boon carefully worked up by
the mayor und Board of Public Works , with
the assistance of the city engineer , and had
the resolution been adopted It was the in
tention to put the men to work not later
than this morning. So sanguine were the
promoters of the entcrpriso that no obstacle
would be interposed that arrangements had
been made with the street commissioner to
furnish the necessary tools , and it was
believed that the consequent employment of
150 men for five wcoics would bo a moro
practical and satisfactory relief lor the
ncody than the disbursement of alms raised
by lovorish appeals fop charity.
Arrangements havo.beon made with the
owners of the property through which the
ditch would have to bo dug. and the terms
were regax'dod as not-unfavorablo to the
city , as It was simply agreed to level thedirt |
thrown'out on ono ship of the ditch for a
roadway , enclose the ditch with a two-board
fence , span it with a twenty-four foot
bridge and sea that the ditch was not al
lowed to boeorno wider than sixty-six foot.
On the othcr.hand , tills WAS to sccuro to the
city the right to raako' the change from a
ditch to a covered suwer whenever the city
might see fit to do so , 'without ' entailing any
additional expense. " The surveys wore all
made and it would have been possible to
have started the work immediately. It was
not contended that tub money would go as
far as in the summer , tlmc but it was esti
mated that the city'would , , got at least 50
cents worth of worlr" for . .every dollar ex
pended and have something needed to show
for it , instead of keeping mon picking frost
on the paved streets or ostensibly shoveling
snow when there is scarcely any on the
ground. ,
TUo members of the board were of the
opinion that they had made arrangements
that would bo very much to the advantage
of the city.and were very much disappointed
when Hascnll raised the point that the city
did not have the right to level roads or con
struct bridges outside tha corporate limits.
Inasmuch as the outlay on this score would
bo a trifling one , and the council had previ
ously shown that it could do work of that
kind by appropriating $1,500 toward the con
struction of the bridge across the lower end
of Cut-off lake and had insisted on allowing
it oven over tbo veto ot the mayor , the
friends of the ditch scheme regarded the
course of the First ward councilman as
striving to defeat the move by a techni
cality , when they were in favor of straining
a point the ether way in order to furnish
work for the unemployed.
Llttlo pills for great UU : DaWitt'sLUtlo
Early Risers.
Orchestral Society Officers ,
The Omaha Orchestral society has organ
ized upon a permanent basis and the follow
ing officers were elected : President , J. Endaih
Florence ; secretary , Arthur Pinder ; treas
urer , J. I. Cook.
Hans Albert has bean appointed director ,
and under his baton the society will continue
the work so well begun. The society is at
present rehearsing twice a week , prepar
ing numbers for a second concert , the date
of which will bo announced in the near
future.
It gives Immediate relief we moan Sal
vation Oil , the Brest pain remedy. Prlco25o.
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CURING hard times consumers
cannot afford'to experiment
VjK > with inferior , cheap brands of baking
1
ing powder. It is NOW that the
great strength and purity of the
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
1 to those who desire to practise Ecori-
I omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per
I fect work. Its incj-easing sale bears witness that
it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further.
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Grocers say that every dollar in ' > * luu
I vested in Royal Baking Powder is
I worth a dollar the world over , that it fctfftf . * *
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does not consume their capital in dead t I' I- '
1I stock , because it is the great favorite ,
1 and sells through all times and seasons ,
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