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TilK BHK: OMAHA, AVICDXKSOAY, OKCKiMBKR 11, 1012.
COLONS SELECT THEIR SEATS 'government is creating jGOUNTY FATHERS MEETING
LAKE NEAR SCOTTS BLUrr j
J Supervisors of State .Hold Session
Doutrlas and Lancaster Delegations i
on Opposite Sides of Hall. 1 f t ",Vr,rr;1Ncb Tu !
r ral.WA vltt to the on inn of Partl.Mt I
HALLS ARE NEWLY DECORATED Inty)' Tpvcn'r'somrtwnB oTrm'sBititmip iTALK MATTERS OF ASSESSMENT
itif thcJSftlWslruotun now iimlor way as
la nrt of th srrat lntwttp (govern- Mini
iment) Irrigation project. IMrst n 1etP
ichnstn is cot In the curth which tx filled
Itrnitrl Filed itIHi (iiiurimr Mu
Iiir omllt Ion nml rctii of the
"-'(ImioI fur llir 11 It nil
tKrmn .1 Stuff Correspondent.)
l.lNrnt.X, Dec. 10. (Ppeclal.-The two
k tlcleRatlons In the luiuw of repre
ntatlves of the Neliniska leptslature.
nouglas and Iatnastcr coiintles. will oc
iipy opposite side of representative hail
lie I'oliuiiK session. The Lancaster
unity representatives will occupy the
anie position as formerly, to the left
i the speaker In the second row from
he lack near the center aisle, while tho
Oouglaa county representatives will move
icrims from the left Rldo near tho front,
i place they have usually ocupled. to tho
tirst and second row on the rlprlit of
the speaker, lOtintlnK from the. rear, two
f the representatives bclnK In the Imck
There are still twelve seals Unspoken
for In both branches. In the senate Hale
if Madison, Hummel of Webster, IloborU
on of Holt und Reynolds of Dawes, have,
tot selected their seats. In tho house
-iKht scuts are still uncalled for, Kaiiff
nan of Nemaha, Gustln of Cass, Ranks
if Knox. Fox of Pierce, PilRer of Stan
'on, Nichols of Madison. Slndelar of Col
fax and Jones of Furnas halng not ap
plied for a chair. No. 13 1h still vacant
nd waiting patiently for an occupant
who Is not afraid of Uie hontoo.
Representative hall has been papered
ind painted. The desks and chairs have
been asslKncd to their places, the cards
showing the name of the occupant with
tho county ho hails from thereon have
been fixed and everything is In readi
ness for the rap of the gavel.
Over In tho senate chamber the paint
ers arc sun ax worn, out me cnamDor rs
rapidly being finished and will be com
pleted probably this week. The walls
s.re tinteti in green, tho celling given a
irravish color with cnM trimmtnir. wMIa
side has been decorated with pointings
till It looks like an art gallery.
Superintendent Delzell has Issued let
ters to the FChoola of the state asking
day In which special work may be done
in order that the pupils may become ac
quainted with the methods to be used to
prevent the disease and its spread. The
first school to notify the superintendent
that such a day had been designated Is
North Platte, which will observe tomor
row as tuberculosis daj.
Xcrr G. A. It. It coords.
Assistant Adjutant General Trimble of
the Grand Army of the Republic has an
extra force of clerks at work on the rec
ord of soldiers of the civil war who have
Ivcd In Nebraska at any time and have
Ince died. When completed the rocords
ulll be a valuable addition to the Grand
Army of the Republic records for future
Men DcrorntliiR' Compnnr.
The W. G, Colling company Is a new
corporation filing Its article! with the
secretary; of state. Tho company Js lo
cated it Omaha and will engage In gen-
'nl ilecnrntinir or lnorlors. eto. It la In
corporated for 123,000. William G. Colling"
and Thomas J. McShane are the Incor
porators. The Flatlron company of Omaha has
filed articles of incorporation also with
tiu accretury of state. Th company wiU
own and opcrato rooming and apartment
houses and is Incorporated for 140,000,
J.:0,000 of it being preferred stock at 1100
per share, The directors are Henry B.
Payne, Edward M. Slater, George T. Por
ter and Sarah C. Payne.
Papers were filed with the secretary
of state today In which the Bankers'
Trust company releases to the Missouri
Pacific Railroad company a mortgage on
property of the company purchased Sep
tember 1, 1901, The property shown In the
release was 1,600 box care, pOO coal cars,
seven baggage cars, five combination
baggage and mall cars, two postal cars,
lfiVen Dasscnirer engines and twentv-five
freight engines. The release did not show
the amount of the mortgage.
Schoole for Illlnd.
A report from tho superintendent of the
school for the blind at Nebraska City for
the biennlum, filed with the governor,
shows that sevon were graduated from
the school during the two years. The
superintendent reports everything In good
condition ami generally sausiaciory. uur
ing the biennlum there has been added to
the institution five new cement porches In
place of the old wooden affairs, a new
heating plant Khas been put In, fire
escapes provided, steel ceilings put on,
new carpets laid, new plumolng over the
entire building and other minor improve
ment necessary to the comfort of tho In
mates. Onllowny to lortn.
A hearing was on before Governor
Aldrlch this morning. Attorney Bump of
(with concrete, nml as tho dam Is tmlklcd
upward, the cement core Is extended.
Thls'dsm In nearly Imir a mile long at
the top and will be about ninety feel high
In tlm center. A natural depression on
the upper side will, when filled, contain
W.MVi acre feet of water, or sufficient to
cover WWOO acres one foot deep. The lake
thus formed will be more than two lulled
acios.4 and nenrly round, and Is the larg T
of the tin ec which the government t
building In this trinity. When completed,
which will be In nbout two years, this
will be made one nt the most charming
and useful features of charming west
Nebraska. T,ocnl pride will eo to It that
the lakes will be fringed with trees and
federal and state flsherler lll be called
upon to contribute bns and other game
fish. It has been suggested Hint the
reservoir be named Bryan lake.
FRONTIER COUNTY FAIR
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
.Mouiliom Think Vclmil fnsh
Vnluc of l.ii ml Simula llr A
oril lii Omiutk, lMe
clnllj If llimntcil or.
STOCK VI M..E, Neb., Dec. 10.-Speclal
Tho annual meeting of the Frontlet
County Agricultural society was held
hero Saturday. Reports showed a num
ber of ermanent improvements made
on the grounds during the year. On ac
count of extended Improvements to the
grounds the society flnH Itself with a
debt of $167. This small deficit will be
cared for by the management till the next
The election resulted as follows: Presi
dent. W. C. Wollam; vice president.
Thomas Taylor; treasurer, M. T. Ward,
secretary, L. H. Cheney; superintendent
of speedway, .1. A. M'nch; directors, .1
T. Bailey. K. 8. Case. C. O. Davison, N
F. West and J. M. Parrott; manager for
exhibit to state fair. W. O. Hickman;
delegate to state board of agriculture, 1,.
(From a Staff Cm-tcspiuident.i
UNCO UN. inc. 10.-tKpeelnl.)-Thc
county ioinmlslonors and supervisors of
tho sliito with tlu county clerks an- hold
Ins n session In this clt at the Lincoln
Cuntnuy to the usual custom when the
county boards lmo stood tho cxiiense of
thes meetings, the Lincoln Commercial
club has Insisted on looking after the
welfare of the association at this session
nnu entertained the visitors wltth
ineaitr part at the Oliver thenlnv ti,l
evening and will tender them u banquet
Wednerday evening at thu Lincoln hotl.
The officers of the comiusloncrs and
supervlxors' iutclatltu aie:
P. L. Kennedy, pieslilcut. Vorkjllenry
I'astti.iu. vice president. Nebraska City;
C. K. Ulll, secretary. Hustings; Kd Wil
liams, treasurer, Urand li-land.
Tho officers of the cloiks' association
C. L. lledlund. president, lloldrego; .1.
B. McDonald, vice piesldelit. Pletce; (
M. Yost. secrctnry-tienHUrcr, North
Tho eveeiithc cinnmlltt't' for the year
Frank lc. t uighm njunty; Allen
Slmip. Stanton eount. and S R. Mo-
l'nrlan.1. Matllili eoiinU
Theittcndanoe Is unusually irtige ami
the menibers themselves furnish the pro
Drain. At 2 o'clock the convention openeil with
an address of welcome by Acting Mayor
Piatt and President Phil Kennedy re
sponrled. Addresses and talks were made by dif
ferent members during the afternoon,
each Hdilresx bringing out a discussion
jfrom many present.
One man said that he belloxett vUimi
'a man publicly declared thai his land wn
worth JU an acre, It should be assess",!
tit that, and that no man ought to expert
nore work on the road along his lmitl
than he donated In taxes.
! Mike Cavoy of Boone, was In fat or of
good roads and desired to give th auto
; mobile full cirdit for it. He said. " If
'the roads wero kept in good shape for
automobiles, they would be In good shape
for nil other chicles."
The session wll open WeilneMlay morn
ing with a tall- on the "County Poor."
I by Dr. John V. Riley of Greeley count'.
n i followed by the fololwlng program:
"NiHHled Changes In Revenue Law." M
.1. Holland, county cletk Butler county.
"Railroad Taxes." Albert Hlava, super
visor Csss countN .
"Chocking County TrritRurers." t. P..
Hebner, commissioner cass county.
"A Real Road Drag." by K. F. Hrab
ham. commissioner Chase county.
"Additions to Our Law." .1. F. Na lor,
commissioner Cherry county.
"Assessing Real Estate," O. X. Cham
pion, county clerk Ccdur county.
"Building a now Court House," L. R.
Barlow, commissioner Cheyenne county.
"Former Conventions," William
Schwenk. commissioner Clay county.
"The County Poor Farm," Henr
Binder, commissioner Colfax county
"Being Re-elected.' R 8 Woodruff,
supervisor Custer count
Chattel Mortgage Record.' W If. Har-
stick. county clerk dimming county.
"Dakota Count Hoad-i." Thotuaa B.
long, commlsstonwr Dakota comiiy.
"New Ideas," l II. erkow, sitMr-
(Mir fuming countt
"A Business Mini's View, A. S Ull
1 lathl. count del k Dawson count .
"Countv lvp." W. II. l)boriif.
county ltk Custer count
rne anernoon program will be hi
! "Harlh llomls. ' (linitge 1! ChiUburu
I head professor deHrttueut of npplliil
i ineeiiauics nun maciune design I iilvetflt)
"Trials of a Counlt Clerk." Frank
Dewey, count clerk Douglas countv.
! "Dixon County Needs." x, . Teyd'ou,
isupeivlor Dixon count.
"Improted Methods foi Countv Otfl
rets," John O'Coimoi. count) clerk
"Sixty-three Years' ICxon-tence In N'e
biaska," Fred Cumbott, ctfunt) clerk
Cherry count) .
"Our Weatetn Countv.' t A lluch
snail, coninilsiionet' Dundy count).
:. Ct 1,1 bruskuyunty ctnfw cnifw emf
"My First Commissioner Convention."
Bert A. Lyon, count) clerk Fillmore
"Our Road Problems." It. A. Mattesou.
commissioner Fillmore county.
"County Taxes." John A. Kelso, com
mlHsloner Franklin county
"A Winner." A. A Schuster, fupcr
visor Hall count.
"tlieeley County Methods." W. 14 Heed,
commissioner Greeley count
"RoHds-Wheli o Repair.,' .1. It.
Ritchie, commissioner Hitchcock countv.
"Voting Court House Bonds," M. 11.
Sulltviin, commissioner (Jr.'cloj county.
"Being off tho Railroad." M T. l.lewei'.
count) clerk Knox countv.
"County Assessors." S. 11 Mcl'urlund,
county elerk Madison county
"Automobile Roadrv" .lacnii Suss, com
mlsslonor Harpy county.
"Tax IJst Improvements." .1. r Rob
etts, county olerk Reward county.
W. Thompson lal Ihsi night In the heart . made
of the Hrll-lO'de tvslditicc section of the i of the nsjlion
lty, I'elletltig thetn r thrlr w.ttches.
her purse, three ring anil Mi Thomp
son's ivn-ki t knife, e'lx'lnllt called fo
b the roblH'i with the stntemeiit that
I he had tie, ( of a kn'.ti
iM'tntise of the rrowilctl condition
Dr. Plllsbury. assistant
stilerlntemleul of the r.sylum and a nuiu
iH-r of attendunts trc In chnrge of tho
parly nml the trmi'fci' was made with
in a ml.h.ip.
.Shotguu and Autos
Cause of Accidents
SF.WARD. Neb. Dec 10.lSpeelal. -Two
set ere accidents occurred here Sat
urday. Peter Dvorak, a young lad who
In the absence of his parents obtained
the family shotgun, thinking It was un
billed, and recelted a full load Into his
head. Two shot penetrated his brain, one
shot toro out his left eye and his Up was
riddled. He Is still lit lug
Mrs II. Rtlnglnttn. while rranklcR her1
automobile, was struck by the handle of
the tnaohlno and had her right arm broken
In two places. She was foi merit a well
known teacher In this county
Mis Josfile lmdon. "central" of the
Independent Telephone company offices
WATC1IK8 FRUNZKH 15th Dodg.
Miner Fulls Ncxcii Hundred Pert.
DKCATI R. Ill . Dec. 10 - Missing a csru
,iv it passed tin landing. Rudolph Oehlei.
a miner, fell ',.in feet In a shaft of ti n
Illinois Coal company's mine nt Paint
this afternoon and was instantly killed
Ket to the Sltuatlon-Bce Advertising
Secrets of London
(From Soelett World.)
l'.inious specialists m the west end o"
Iiiirinn who atr to titled ladles and
others of social prominence, employ it
rental liable method of complexion re
Jutciiatlon One undergoing this treat
nient tllts the beauty doctor late In thu
afternoon, has something dabbed ovc
ni'i- face then, heavily veiled, drparti
ruts is repeaieii
, . . . , .... i. t .in ii cuiseii iiifiiur i'ii.
iieic. wHisiiiiuru in mm ruiKc in tt in .tunes : n.. , ,.,., .. ..(imnle
i of Fremont, formerly operator at tho.i,,., f nowv imrlti and exnulslto dell
No Cine to Foiilpnd.
KLARXUY. Neb . Dee in - (Special
Telegram )-Xo clue whs roinnl to.iav or
the man who held up Mr mil Mrs V
! Northwestern offices here, t'nfortunately
I ThursiHy while cranking his father's auto
tho groom had his right wrist broken and
his right hand smashed.
PATIENTS TO BEATRICE
BLATRIcrC. Neb. Dec to -Special
Telegram.) Thli Iv-two Inmates of the
stnte Insane list luni vcrc brought here
today from Lltu oln and given quartern
' In the two u w cottages at the feeble
! nilifled Institute '1 lie transfer was
FAIRBURY WILL HAVE
A NEW STATE BANK
FAIRBURY, Neb., Dec. 9. -Special. -A
deal has been consummated In this
city whereby B. R. Bee has purchased
the Bonham bank building on the north
west corner of the square and will open
a new bank In a few weeks. Tist week
the Bonham and First National banks
consolidated and Mr. Bee immediately
took steps to form a new corporation and
will open a state bank as soon as tho
Bonham bank Is vacated. The bank will
be managed and backed by Falrbury capi
talists. The old National bank building
Is being repaired and. enlarged and as
soon ns completed the First National
bank will bo located there.
FRANK L0VELAND PLEADS
GUILTY TO SHOOTING WIFE
MITCHELL, S. D.. Dec. 10,-(Speclal.)
Frank Loveland pleaded guilty In circuit
court today to the charge of shooting his
wife with Intent to. serious injury. He
iai given two and a hoff years in the
penitentiary. loveland had a fancied
grievance against his wife and wtnt
seven miles Into the country to seo her.
He accused her of having looked with too
much favor on another man. and then
shot her In the leg. Loveland, frightened
at what he had done, ran like a deir
seven miles to town and gave himself up
to the officers, fearing that the relatives
of his wife would do htm some Injur)'.
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE), Nob., Dec. 10.-(Spedal.)-Charlea
Ullery of Haxton. Colo., and
Miss OHIe Mast were married Sunday at
the home of Rov. A. D. Sollenberger In
this city. The young couple will make
their home in Colorado.
A 15-year-old girl named James was
removed to . local hospital yesterday
suffering from lockjaw caused from an
John Nlspel, a native of Germany and
a resident of Jefferson county for thirty
three years, died Sunday of heart trouble
at his home at Plymouth, aged 77 years.
He Js survived by his widow and seven
sons, all of whom reside In or near
Paw Paw Pills
Polk county, la., with Jude Davidson
or i0u,... w. .i-i Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills at unlike all '
of urging that the extradition papers , other laxatives or cathartics. They coax
asked for over a month ago for K, K. i"e liver inio auuvjiy Dy gentle mouicxis.
Galloway, charged with deserting
wife In Polk county be Issued. When tho
hearing was on Defoio tho ' governor n
month ago, pallowiy and his attorney
.igrecd to give bond In the sum of tl.OOO
Uiat tho husband would pay a certain
,m cat ir month foo the support of the
ift and chlU. No bond has been given
or anything toward the support of the
lie, and the plaintiff In the case asked
,1. .f I,a natvra he Usneil for his return I done, thev are soothing.
. , t,, nr .,unl.j it,. r. stimulating. They school
The governor granted the re-
,ii,st. Galloway llvrs In Tecumseh I
nid it is expected that he will bo taken l
iu Iowa at once.
Fire ComniiEslpucr Randall has lnaug-1
urated a new organization known as
Tho Nebrabka Flro Scouts" which he
insists will become one of the greatest i
sj. nidations in tho mate. He has is--iu'd
a set of cards pnd proposes to In
ii reft ever) prominent man In the state
i.i th- new order. He Is sending out
membership caids to those whom he
thinks would make energetic members
of the order and nsslst in the work of
preventing fires. A et there is no pass
woid issued or no
tress on tap.
xiicy uo not Huour; iney ao noi gripe,
I all the secretions of the liver and stom- 1
i ach In a way that soon puts these or
gans in a healthy condition and cor
Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic
to the stomach, liver and nerves. They
Invigorate Instead of weaken; tliej en
rich the blood instead of Impoverish It,
they enable the ttomach to get all tlm
nourishment from food that Is put Into
These pills contain uo calomel, no
the bowels to
act without physic Price
Goal Hill Goal Company
Excello Grate, ton $8.50
Tho Nearest lo Anthracite
hailing sign of dls
WrrstlliiK Mntrli nt Schuyler.
SCHl'YLKR. Neb.. Dec. 10.-(.Speclat i
B. C. Hunch, touted b) Columbus wre t
, g fans as a coming champion In tin
. i... .... ini.t .lan will take on I t
ar.itts the loial star, ncre lomor tiw
ght The match will be cat'h-as-cat' 1-.
"t be't two out of three falls Several
good prillmTHiict are also promlfced
""Cfc-RLING TOILET SLTS-FRENZtR.
cart Is in evidence
Tln secret ot this marvelous treatment
l-ordinary tncreolUed wax. Anyono ran
npplv the nut without nsslstaJion of
Mie.i'tllst. An ounce of it costs very lit
tle at .inv drug store Cobtnlnable In thin
lountry as well ns 111 Knglarul.) It Is
used like cold crestu. before retiring, and
wnhi'J off mornngs. Its success Is dun
lo the peculiar absorlvent pixtpi'rtr which,
gradually removes wornout partieles oC
cuticle, revealing the younger, healthier1
A wonderful wrlnklo-chawr, also lit
viiKtio among Fngllsh women. Is pre
pared bv dissolving an ounce of powder
ed hiuiotitc in a half pint of witch haael.
t sed as a wash ' itlon. this completely
and uuloklt effaces even the deepest)
lues. ilt ertlsnnient.
The Most Remarkable Sale of High Class Fur
Coats and Elegant Sets of Furs Ever Known
in Western History
An Importer of Furs on Fifth Avenue, N.
Y., Left With an Immense Overstock on Ac
count of the Unseasonably Warm Weather,
Sold To Us at a Sacrifice.
We bought at a price srr low that wo enn sell ovcry
piece nt much less than Ita actual vnlue.
Brandeis Has Held Wonderful Sales of Fun
Before, But Never Have the Furs Beon of
Such Exquisite Character.
Tho vnrlnty l ho grout that any woman seeking a
high clnBB fur pleco ran cIiooho from HcoreB of dlffurunt
models nt tin moat unheard of prlcn coiiceHBioiiH.
WE BOUGHT $42,000 WORTH of FINE FUSS for $20,000
Thh importer, whose name we are forbiddm to mention, handled only thoroughly reliable furs of the most desirable character.
Here are women's long fur coats in a. score of different varieties, made in conservative styles or the most advanced French novelty cuts.
Fur sets and separate pieces in evert popular and desirable fur, made in the approved shapes for this winter.
AMONG THE BEAUTIFUL MATCHED SETS IN THIS SALE ARE:
one bcotch Mole Victorme Set, ermme trimmed, worth $450, at . .$289,
One fine Novelty Eastern MinkSet, worth $300, 'atT. 7. . . . . . $200
One Extra dark Silky Mink'Set, worth $350, at ". ... .$225
f E Ono Finn Selected, Brook Mink Coat
' worth $9."), at $69
Throe Lting Xoar Seal Coats, worth $87),
Extra largo Scarf and Muff of Natural Lynx, worth $250, at
One very select Scotch Mole Set, French model, worth $400, at
One Set of Genuine Ermine, tail trimmed, worth $150, at
One Set of Selected Caracul and Silk Combination, worth $150, at $75
One Large, Fluffy Blue Fox Novelty Set, worth $12."), at $89
One Marten Skunk Sot, very large, long scarf, worth $1(55, at $98
One Set of fine Selected Scotch Mole, worth $1 1!), nt $89
One Very full Silky Pointed Fox Set, worth $125, nt $89
One Set of Beautiful Kolinsky Sable Fur, worth $155, at $119
One Beautiful Pointed 7hite Fox Sot, worth. $100, nt .$69
Two very full and fluffy Vermont Red Fox Sets, worth $S5, $62.50
One Set of Fine Sable Siberian Squirrel, French model, worth $85, $59
One very large set of Selected Oivet Cat Fur, worth $100, at $75
One large Set of Jap Mink, worth $!)0, at $49
One Fancy Mole Coney Set, worth $95, at $69
One Novelty Set of Scotch Mole, worth $85, at $69
One Large, full Set of Jap Cross Fox, worth $G5, at $39
One Very Large Set of Hudson Bay Beaver, worth $70, at $55
Ono Full Fluffy Set of Natural Raccoon, wort.li $70, at $49
One Pretty Novelty Set of Mole Coney, worth $75, at, $49
5f Fur Sets in Fox, Woli, .Jap Mink, Jioavcr, Mole, Conoy,
otc, worth up to $40 and $50, at $35
65 Fur Sots of Blue Wolf, Black Fox, lied Fox, Canadian
Marten, Brook Mink, Blended Squirrel, etc.,
worth up to $35, at $19
.100 Fur Sets of good, popular, well wearing Furs, worth up
to $25, at $15
The Beautiful Long
Women's Fur Coats
In This Sale Include Such Garments As:
One (lenulne Sable Kolinsky N'ovolty Cont, -worth $400, nt . . . 205
Ono Genuine Scotch Selected .Mole Coat, worth $1175. at .... S219
One fine, well marked leopard Cout, beavor collar, worth $350, nt S179
Ono IJoautlful Novelty Cut Hudson Heal Coat, worth $225, at 8150
One rare quality of fine Golden Otter, worth $.100, nt S225
One French model Mole Coney and IIikIhoii Seal Coat, worth $24&, at.
One Novelty Out .Mole Conoy Coat, worth $105. at
One Novelty Near Seal Coal, worth $2:15, at
Ono Nobby Silky Pony Cont with Hudson Soul, worth $135, at
Ono Mole Conoy Coat, very nobby style, worth $175, at
Ono Hovoraed Stripe Novelty Cut Near Seal Coat, worth $150, at
One Novelty Selected Near Seal Coat, worth $14 0, at
Two White Coney Coats, ormlno tall trimmed, worth $38, at
One f i no quality Marmout Mink Cont, worth $95, nt
Ono Near Seal Coat, caracul trimmed, worth $135. at
Three Near Seal Coats with Canadian Marten collar, worth $120, at.
Two full length Caracul Conti), worth $9 5, nt
Five full length Russian Pony Coats, worth $05. at
One Full Length Fine Curly Kriinmer
Coat, worth $123, at" '..'$69
One Fine Near Seal Coat with Beaver
collar, worth $93, at $69
And Hundreds of Others on Sale on Brandeis Second Floor, Beginning Wednesday Morning at 8:00 O'clock.
HUXDKIinS OK SKIMMATK SCI HI '8 .NI MI I KM
Mink, Kolinsky. Fox, Lynx, Jap Mink. Cnnadlan Marten, Sliunk Marten,
noaver, Hrook Mink, etc., In a wonderful assortment of styles und
qunlitieM. All o on sale at just such proportions as the sets and
coats. Prices 85.00 'l 8125.00