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MMIM f IM AH A KI'VnAV RV.l'.. VfUMaiUHIJ. O 1015 November Clearaway of Suits $24.50 $29.50 In order to make room for new arrivals of high grade apparel, we offer these excellent suit values. No Charge for Alterations. This Clearaway must not be con fused with the ordinary sale. Every suit offered is from our regular stock. You Can Unhesitatingly Depend Upon Our Furs Highly desirable because of care fully selected skins expert workman ship and reasonable prices. Each piece represents the highest possible quality for that price. There Is a Coat Here . . . for every occasion and a style to please every particular woman $16.50 a.nd Upwards to $95 Dresses, "GILT EDGE" HOSE A laxgo shipment haa been received. Those hose are noted for their excellent wearing1 quali ties; have doable soles and garter tops, and cost but 50c a pair McCall Patterns! DANCE HALLJHMORAL PLACE Des Moisei Man Convicted on Testi mony of Reporters. 4. - CHIE? SAYS EVIDENCE SLIGHT . .- Inrgrona of Tvro States Wltn Klthten .Major Optiratlqna in Methodist Hospital nt Dra Moines. DBS M0INE8, la.. Nor. .i,-8poclal Telegram. Max Kromer, who conAuota a publla dance hall, vm today found guilty In police, court of conducting an Immoral pl&o. II will appeal to dla trjot court and fight the cum. Tha chlf of police had practically taken the aide of Kromtr, but declared ha waa pleased and If the police court would make other convictions on audi alight evidence he would have no trouble cleaning up the city. The proof the danoe hall waa con flue ted In violation of city ordlnanoea rail secured from newspaper reporters wholly. , Saririmi See Operations, An unusual procedure waa witnessed at Methodlit hospital today when fifty sur geons, membera of the Iowa Clinical Bur Klcal society and representing many of It lame cities of Iowa, aa well as Omaha, witnessed eighteen major, sur SjcaJ operations of reat Importance, The entire society waa present, and It U In tesded to have other similar metlnsa at leading stata hoipitaUi. Four Police Women Detailed to Guard , Mrs. Pankhurst qiUCAaO, Nor. J Mrs. Kmmellne Pankhurst, the militant suffragist, ar rived here today. She will apeak at a theater tomorrow and remain In Chicago several days for a rest Mrs. Pankhurst was greeted at the station by Mrs. a rare Wilbur Trout, president of the Illinois Political Equality league, and by dele gates from that and other suffragist or ganlatton. The arrival of tha English leader had the effect of pacifying misun derstandings that threatened to break out among the women's associations over th sale of aeata for the Pankhurst lecture. Mrs. Pankhurst declared that the profits of. her lectures were to be turned over CLIP THIS sflsBBBBBBsiflsLJ9sBBBaSsBBBBBBM(SBBsP' jV"IEflMi Te .stills yea are a cesslsr resist yea aaat pretest Six Cespcas Uks UJi eat. THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran teed to b the greatest collection and biggest bargain in pattern ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail value of 10 cents each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring SLX Couo&8 and 68 cents to this office and you will be praaaaUa with One Complete Outfit, including Book of hutructiofw and one All Metal Hoop. The 68 cents is to eever duty. exoreM. handling and the numerous over- ' 1mmu. expenses of getting the ff. M.Omt mf Ttftt Rudera will aid 7 cents extra for postage and expense af mailing. A4nm 'THE OMAHA BEE. Waists, Petticoats GLOVE REPAIRING For a small cost wo will repair your gloves, new thumbs, rips; short gloves sown on tops of your old ones, etc. All work 'neatly done. Wo would like to havo you givo this department a trial. llHiMl! HOWARD & AND SIXTEENTH STREETS to the English suffrage cause, and were to provide funda for next year's cam palgn, which, she said, "will be a terri ble one." Bhe said that she could see no occasion for militancy In Amarica. Four of the newly created squad of po lice women were detailed to attend on Mrs. Pankhurst, thU-belpg the -first spe cial assignment of the police . jyomm. They were Instructed to protect her from molestation or annoyance. , New Trials Eef used Drivers Who Killed Men With Their Oars CHICAGO, New l.-Judtclal decision, said to be of great Importance as a prec edent, was mad here today by Judge Fenlmora Cooper when he declined to grant a new trial to two men convicted of murders committed In tha use of auto mobiles. There have been convictions for man slaughter In similar circumstances, and this la 'the first instance In Illinois of conviction and sentence for murder. The defendants, Frank Ilrodek, and taurence Llndbloom, were convicted In Judge Cooper's branch of the criminal court of Cook county, respectively, of killing Patrick J. Condon, a retired mer. chant, ami Joseph Weiss, a cigar manu facturer. In both, cases testimony waa adduced tending to show that both defendants had bees drinking and were driving with out the slightest regard to safety to pe destrians. Condon's body waa dragged for a block before Ilrodek stopped his machine. Both defendants were chauf. feurs. DELEGATES TO CONSERVATION CONGRESS ARE APPOINTED OIIAND I8UAND, Neb., Mov, l.-8pe-clal.. President Harrison of the Nebraska State Lumber Dealers' association has, by authority of the association, appointed the following delegates and alternates to the fifth Conservation congress to be held at Washington, D. C November 18-30: Dele gates, George I Turner, Broken now; W. B. Dannlng. Union; 8. M. Phllpott, Humboldt; F. A. Oood, Cowles; 8. D. Aires, Central City. Alternates, liana Peterson. Dannebrog; W, If. Duck, Gib bon; Fred Duehrfeldt, Gordon; John Mc Lellan. Alda; Lars Larsen. Bt. Paul. COUPON package from factory to you. Pattern Dept.. Oenalia, Neb. Our Exhibition of Fine Imported PARISIAN DRESS FABRICS These are the fabrics being used by the great dressmakers of Paris, for either after noon or street wear, and are characterized by both the richness of the fabrics and the ex quisite color combinations. Even though you may not be quite ready to choose your new dress, we know that you will enjoy seeing this display. Our Dressmaking and Tailoring Departments are now showing the latest Parisian models for the Autumn and Winter seasons, and has completed preparation for making to order, on short notice, Tailor-made Suits and Gowns, from any material you may select. Dress Goods Section Main Floor. Every Kind of Stylish Gloves You choose here from a well assorted stock of good numbers in all the different styles for Fall and Winter wear. 4 Quality Gloves 99 Are Your Best and Cheapest Investment They are the only kind we offer. TREFOUSSE Long and short lengths $1.50 and up to $4.00. ELITE FITWELL Capes and mochas $1.25 and $1.50 a pair. HARRISON'S REINDEER FABRIC Short Gloves, all Colors, $1.00. KAYSER'S FABRIC GLOVES Winter weight 50c and $1.00. mm FRESNO DANJNE OF HEIRS Master Pevey Files His Report in the Russell Will Case SHARE FOR CALIFORNIA. MAN Dakota Claimant la Held Not lis an . Jlelr, of tint , ImIo Daniel. ' Ilassell of Mnuncha etts. CAMBRIDGK, Mass.. Nov. J. "Fresno Dan," the California seeker for a share In tho JSCO.O0O estate of the late Daniel itussell of Melrose, is declared tno rignt- ful claimant In the report filed In tho supreme court by Gilbert A. Pevey, mas ter In the case, who listened for eleven months to the testimony. "Presno Dan," says the master, Is undoubtedly Dan lilake Itussell, long lost son of Daniel Russell. "Dakota Dan," tho rival claimant, from Dickinson, N, D., Is declared to be James Delbert Itussell. Ite has neither the mental, moral, physical nor Intellectual Characteristics of tlie Itussell family, says Mr. revov, TtiO master calls the court's attention to the testimony given by two witnesses for tho Dakota claimant, which, he said, was groesly false. The report of the master settles the case so far aa the facts are concerned and any appeal must be based on ques tions of law. The Itussell will case has been before the Massachusetts courts for four years and has occasioned two unusually long hearings, first In the probate court, from the adverse decision of which the North Dakota, claimant appealed, and second, before Master Pevey, It was In the midst of the probate hearing that the claimant, now declared to bo the rightful heir Jointly with Wit Ham C. Itussell, another son of tho mer chant, waa discovered at Presno, Cal. lie was acknowledge by the Russell family.' Counsel for the Dakota claimant filed with the court seventy-five objections to the master's findings and asked that Mr. Pevey be required to report In full the evidence pertaining to the various ob jections. The prlnolpal objections relato to the finding of the master that the Dakota man Is not the son of Daniel Itussell, that William C. Itussell In not mentally deficient and the Intimation that two of Dakota Dan's witnesses committed per jury. HUERTA SUPPORT IS CALLED ARTIFICIAL AHDHOHBXISTEHT (Continued L om Page One ) announcement by the president of tho newly planned policy of the United States In regard to Mexloo. There was dlsousslon today In official clrc.es over the possibility that the pres. Ident might send a message or make an address to congress giving a detailed re port of what has occurred since he last Informed congress on the Mexican sit uation. There was no Indication at the White House that such was the plan. Inasmuch as It has been said at the White House that no communication was Intended to be addressed directly to the powers and olnce negotiations with the Huerta government formally have been broken off, one Inference drawn In offi cial circles was that the president might address himself to congress again, for. sign governments being advised of his, viows simultaneously as part of the pro gram. I-Vdrrala Hold Chihuahua. EI. PABO, Nov. 1 -Chihuahua City Is ctlll In tho hands of the federals, al- .though a momentary attack t v the rebel troops of Panrho Mlla Is expected ThUj Redfern Corsets ! Is the declaration of the Mexican fodcral officials In Juarez today, who claim. 'to' bo Jn constant communication with the capital city. These officials deny knowledgo of the report that General Marcero, command ing' the federal troops In Chihuahua, ho asked President Huerta for permission to evacuate the city. They say ho Is stlU In tho capital and that all hln troops and commander, are loyal. Two Boys Killed and GhijBadly Hurt CHICAGO, Nov. L Two boys are dead and another boy and a girl are suffering from painful Injuries as the result of Hallowe'en prinks played here last night. While tylng to pull down an arc light, Morgan Campbell, tho lS-year-old son of J. V Ctmpbell, a broker, came .In contact with a charged wire and was Instantly electrocuted Tomaso Iaqulnto died In a hospital from Injuries sustained when he was knocked down by a tiro department wagon which waa answering a false alarm s6me Joker had turned In. Twelve-year-old Bessie Gerber received medical attention after she suffered a bsd cut on the face when she fell while running from a gang of masked celebrants. Man Kind to Iceman Demands His Pay WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. Because Samuel Ramsey, a government clerk, was kind to the Iceman during the civil war, his estate Is now seeking to have tho supremo court to require the lceman'a estate to pay some 13,000. Tha lcemnn was Joseph W, Parish, who furnished Ico to the army In 1863. In the nineties, while still pressing his claim for payment, Itamsey helped Parish make commutations and loaned him money. It Is contended Parish promlsod to pay Itamsey 6 per cent of whatever lio should collect. Parish's estate recently received JlSl.CO) from comjicsa for the old ico bill, and now namsoy's tntate Is Insisting on Its S per cent. Original Deed for Manhattan is Sold NEW YOniC, Nov. l.-It ts a well known Item of history that Manhattan Island was' originally purchased for about VI. The deed of this sale, given by the Indians, sold last night at auc tion hero at about seventy times the original cost of the Island. The deed was bought by George D. Smith for il.700, the highest price bid at the sale of many valuable historical doouments. The deed ts written on velum and at tests In the Dutch language the transfer of the Island to the Dutch In 1630. PAPERS IN FRENCH DIVORCE SUIT FILED NEWPORT, It, I., Nov. I. Papers In divorce proceedings Instituted by Mrs. Pauline Leroy French against Amoa Tusk French, are on file here. It was stated by the clerk of courts today. Ttuy were filed three weeks ago. No return of service has been made. Under the law, divorce proceedings need not be mude public until the case Is placed on the docket for trial, and the customary secrecy accompanied the fil ing of Mrs. Kronen's papers, and has been maintained until now. Mrs. French would not discuss the mat ter. Mr. French, who has been here but rarely In the last two years, waa said to be In Tuxedo, Ha Is a brother of Mrs. Elsie French Vanderbllt. The Frencbes have two daughters, Mrs. Samuel Wag staff and Mrs. Jack Geraghty. and two sons. Mrtns Turk French, Jr and Stuy vctant lert French. MORE IMPROVED LAND SHOWN State Assessment Roll Reveals Agri cultural Efforts. HORSES SHOW A DECREASE Cattle, Sheep nnd Hog Are Also Less In Number Thnn Porntrrlr ShoTrlnnr In Personal Property. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. l.-(Speclnl.)-Accord-Inff to figures In the office of Secretary Henry Seymour of the State Board of As sessment, there are 124.S39 morn acres of improved lands In Nebraska, as shown by tho 1913 assessment, than there was at tha last assessment. It ts also hown that there are 1,441,063 mora acres of Im proved lands in the state. Improvements pn the above lands show a total of In crease of STS4.C44 In the same period. Horses show a decrease in number of 8,675, but- mules have Increased so that there are S.100 more of the long-eared Mlssourtnns than thero wasln 1912. Cat tle, sheep and hogs have also taken a fall. Notes secured by mortgage havo fallen off In the nmount of over 12,000,000, .but other notes have Increased JS2.S62. There Is less money loaned out this year than there wan last and also less on deposit,' but there Is 29,:i3 more paid to building and loan associations. Pooplo are becoming less musical than they were a year ago, as there are '2,272 less pianos and S.6S4 less organs In the state, though the pianos aro valued at 2.i0 more than the organs and thirty cents more than they were last year. The increased cost may have cut .down the number. However, the secret of the failing off in musio is shown when 'the record discloses that the people have 6, 0S0 Worth moro of diamonds and that the number of automobiles have In creased from 16,07$ to 23,(43, and that automobiles are worth less this year than they were last by '4.48. There Is one consolation In the whole business and that Is 'that the 107,870 dogs In tho state average Just five conts more In value each than they did last year. Notwithstanding, It Is generally under stood that Nebraska had some exces sively dry weather, vfhlch ct down the yield on crops In some localities, stilt the stato raised 3,209,961 more bushels of wheat, 1,076,660 more bushels of corn, 138,280 more bushels of rye, 1,978,006 more bushels of oats, 68,6:1 more bushels of barley and 32,935 more bushels of pota toes than was' raised the year before. On the averages given, which are one fifth actual value. It moans that the valuo of these half dozen items alono Is over two and one-half millions of dol lars more than they were the year pre vious. ESTATE OF WEALTHY HASTINGS RECLUSE GOESTO OMAHA MAN (Continued from Page One.) legend, "To my good friend, John Cula vln, December, IS,. John O'Qonnor." Story oC a Waif. More Interesting even than the fore going articles was a book 'entitled, "A Story of a Waif." said, to hav een given to Culavln by' 6'Connor and bear ing the Inscription on the flyleaf, "Where Is the waif now?" Mr. Tunnlcllff asserts tLat the story related In the book cor-r responds so closely to the life of Mr. O'Connor that he Is inclined to believe It was written about htm. In the printed narrative the watt disappears In his middle age, or about the time of life tiat Mr. O'Connor came to Hastings. At one of their meetings O'Connor Is said to have disclosed his truo Identity to Mr. Culavln, declaring that his real name was John Brady; that he was a native of Ireland and' had come to this country with Ills family when quite young. He soon becamo a waif and drifted to the. northwost, where he found a home with a family whose name ha adopted. Ills foster father abused him, and at tha age ot 15 he again wandered Into the world, going to varlouk places in the nest and northwest. Spread Uiory of Death. At some town, the name of which has not been dlscloied, O'Connor married, and soma years later committed a crime and became a fugitive from Justice, adopting the name ot John O'Connor, In 1887 O'Connor paid Culavln to go back to the town where tho crime had been com mitted and tell the authorities that the fugitive had died. In order to success full carry out his mission Culavln hah imitation newspaper clippings printed, re porting the man's death in a railroad accident. Culavln carrtra out the mis sion successfully, his story of O'Connor's death being accepted by the authorities and by his wife and children. Vhtla in the town Culavln found the Episcopal church where O'Connor had married and saw the record of the wedding, which In--formation he sought to aid him In finding O'Connor's wife. Culavln and Tunnlcllff recently visited the town where O'Connor Is said to have married, and from Information gained there located two sons of O'Connor, John It., born In 1S6S, and Itudolph, born In 1S7I. Two daughters, Clara nnd Elvira, born In lVw nnd 1S67, respectively, died In Infancy. The marrlag'e bears date of IMS. The next Information bearing on the Culavln claim to the estate was gained from the latter" s sister In Iowa, who had a letter purporting to have been written to her by O'Connor on August 1 last, telling her that he was In poof- health and was preparing a will leaving all his property to her brother, John Culavln, with directions that he provide for her and her children. He also asked for her brother's address, saying that he wished to write to htm. Culavln visited Hastings on October 11, and when he Inquired at the postofflce It there was any mall for him, was given among others a letter which had been addressed to him at the Merchants hotel In Omaha and returned to Hastings. This letter purported to have been written by John O'Connor on August 1, the same m Brothers I DRESS GOODS 1 1 thousands of yard Jm on sale here date as that of the letter to Culavin s sister. It advised him that several letters sent to him at Omaha had been returned imrUimp.l anil e-nve the further Informa tion that he had been mnde the sole beneficiary of the will. Will Comes br- llenlslered Mall. The story concludes with the receipt of the will by registered mall at the county court here on October 2t It had been sent by registered mall from Grand Island, the registry being In the name or Rmllh tvhlrh U tiMlHVeil to be fictitious. This will has been opened by Judge But ton, and while It has not been exniDiieu fnr ntihlln Innnectlan Is said to convey the entire O'Connor estate to Culavln. rinnni wtin have seen the signature and are familiar with O'Connor's hand writing declare It is genuine. It was ex ecuted in Hastings under date of August 1, I0i, and was properly witnessed, .Culavln declares that he and his sister saw much of O'Connor many years ago, and the latter visited them frequently up to 190C. Mr. Tunnlcllff has power of at torney from the two sons and is repre senting1 them as well as Mr. Culavln. Application has been made to have th will probated nnd hearing has been set for late this month. The letters of August 1 to Culavln and his sister, with the postmarked envelopes, are .among the documentary proof which will be presented In support of the will. lr. Culavln lives at 1308 Dodge street. It was' stated there this morning that he had 4en out of the city for several days. SOUTHEASTERN NEBRASKA DENTISTS IN CONVENTION FAIRBUBY, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.) The Southeastern Nebraska Dental asso ciation held Its third annual meeting In the Falrbury Commercial club rooms the last of the week. This district embraces Jefferson, Thayer, Gage, Johnson, Paw nee, Nemnha nnd Richardson counties. The address of welcome was made by CharleB H. Denney, a Falrbury attorney. The (Irst day's program consisted of talks by Dr. Clyde and Dr. H. A8 Shannon of Lincoln, and W. E. Ragan of Hebron. In the evening a banque't was held and Dr. Hatfield of this city was toastmaster. Toasts ere responded to by Dr. Clyde Davis of Lincoln, Dr. H. A. Shannon ot Lincoln, Dr. L. R. Frits of Wymore, Dr. L. L. Ellis of South Auburn. The sec ond day's papers were read by Dr. C. W. Graff of Tecumseh, Dr. C. E. Leach of Falrbury, Dr. L. R. FrIU of Wymore, Dr. C. A. Spellman ot Beatrice, Dr. Clause Ellis of Dlller and Dr. E. W. Fellers of Beatrice. A unique feature ot the association was the placing of two dental chairs In the Commercial club rooms and giving ex hibitions of work. The following officers were elected for tho ensuing year: Dr. O. L. Beesoh of Beatrice, president; Dr. C. W. Graff ot Tecumseh, vice president; Dr. B. L. Spell man of Beatrice, secretary and treasurer; Dr. W. K. Ragan, member of the execu tive council ot the state society. The next meeting will be hetd In Beat rice In October, 1914. ARTHUR STRQMBURG DRAWS SECOND CLAIM OTROMSBURG, Neb., Nov. ..-.Special.) Arthur Stromberg of this place drew No. 2 at the recent land lottery at North -reared In Poflc county and Is at present farming hw father's farm a lew miiea out of the olty. He W that when he went out he hadho thought of registering, but M ttfV Bit nlnnr -with thsu crowd t CM VtWaAs:u fcv D u-vco ...... lloweVer, It proved he was the lucky one. He Is 56 years or age ana expects xo go up there and become a homesteader. He Is a young man of pleising address and wltl make a success of his undertaking. Vounar Man Iiobs Till. FAIRBURY, Neb., Nov. l-(8pecta!.)-Af ter the Rock Island agent at Thompson, tlx: miles southwest of here, had given' Ray Wordcn permission to sleep In the waiting room of the depot, tho lad pried open the ticket office window and relieved the cash drawer of S7 In currency. Special Agent Ben Judklna of the Rock Island located Worden at Endtcott. He was sen tenced to thirty dayB In the county Jail. He is 19 years of age and claims his home Is In Ovtd, Mich., and was on hts way to Littleton. Colo., to visit relatives. Laax.Roltrnln. FRANKLIN. Neb.,' Nov. L(8peclal.) Miss Mary Coltrin, daughter of Mt and Mrs. W. H. Coltrin of this city, waa mar ried Thursday morning by County Judge Thomas Robertson at BloomlnBton. to Will Laux. They wltl live on the farm of the groom north of Macon. KIMBALL LAUNDRY 1509 Jicksoi St. FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE DEMANDING GREATEST EFFICIENCY Phone Doug. 919 SWEET SINGING HARTZ CA fi MOUNTAIN CANARIES SpOiUU STRIKERS GREET SOLDIERS Fifteen Hundred Men, Women and Children Meet General Uhase. MINE WORKERS ARE FOR PEACE Conference Is Held nnd rinna Are Dlscnssed for Colorado Miners Tnrnlnsr Over Their Arms to the Authorities. TRINIDAD, Colo., Now 1. Fifteen hun dred men, women and children of the Ludlow tent colony, singing "Marchlnc Through Georgia." marched one mile south of tho tents today to meet Adju tant General John Chase In command ot two troops of cavalry and a platoon of artillery as they approached. "You come to us In peace and we greet you as friends," was tho greeting ex tended to General' Chase by John R. Law son of the Vnlted Mine Workers, who marched nt the head ot the procession. Many of the merMrarried picks and the women and children carried American flags. The formalities conctuded, the en tire company turned about and moved in the direction of Ludlow station to await tho arrival of the Infantry from Trini dad and Walscnburg. The infantry from Trinidad detrained at 11:10 o'clock nnd received a demon stration similar to that accorded General Chase. The soldiers marched betwen solid lines ot strikers on either side of the road to the tent colony, where? General Chase at once entered Into a confereno with John Lawson regarding the manner in which the arms are to be collected. Eleven rifles have been turned over to the troops nt noon. EXPRESS RATE ON STOCKS IS ON MARKET VALUE WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. In transporta tion of stocks, bonds and other securities, the Interstate Commeroe commission to day held a carrier la responsible In case of loss for the market value of tha securities only and not the par value. The decision was In the case of Acme Portland Cement company against the American Express company, In which the express company charged $2,172.60 for transporting securities from New Tork to Seattle and based Its rate on par value. The commission held that tha charge, based on market value, should have been SUA25 and ordered reparation amounting to (2,014.53. JUDGE WITTEN ARRIVES AT PIERRE FROM NEBRASKA PIERRE, S. D., Oct. 31. (Special Tele gram.) Judge J. W. Wltten of the gen eral land department arrived here this afternoon to look after the sale of lands on the Lower Brule reservation not et filed upon. He came here direct from tho drawing for Nebraska lands. i Newspaper Advertisement Points Way to Health r I can truthfully say that Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp-Root la a. very good medicine, not alone for kidney trouble, but also for weak and sore back, aW well as for rheumatism. About a year -ago I became 111 and un able to work, my trouble being a lame back. I read of your Swamp-Root in the nowspaper and in an Almanac. Believ ing it would do me good, I went to my druggist, Mr. "Bkinner, and purchased a bottle. Flndlhir relief In one fifty-cent bottle, I purcn&sed several more and In a short time waa able to continue with my work and am today feeling well and strong. I always recommend Dr. Kil mer's Bwamp-Root to my friends as I believe It Is aa good a medicine as can be found. AUGUST STRONG, J414 Washyigtpn Ave., No., Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. Bkinner makes affidavit that he sold the Swamp-Root to Mr.' Btrong. ratter to Br. Xllmir is Co Slnrhamton, XT. T, PrnR What 5wmn RnM villi fin fnr YftU W1W II Ills! V H si I H j IIWWI nm HV IVI IV Bend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Btnghamton, N. T for a sample site bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling about tho kidney and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention The Omaha Sunday Bee. 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Wa are proving this every day because we guarantee our canaries to sing to your satisfaction. old under written gnaraataa on five dare' approval. MAX GEISLER BIRD CO. 16X7 TAJUTAK STREET.