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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917.
10 'Stylish Apparel for Easter Lamentations of the Last Czar; NICHOLAS IS TAKEN TO TSARSKOKELO Deposed Ruler Escorted to New Palace, Where He Joins His Wife and Children. Better m. -tsexeal Beit ALL CLOSELY GUARDED Tsarskoe-Selo, Russia, March 22. (Via London, March 23.) On his ar rival here today in the custody of four members of the Duma, Nicholas Rom anoff, the deposed emperor, was turned over immediately to the Tsar-ikoe-Selo commander and taken to the Alexandrovsky palace, where the for mer Empress Alexandra was already interned. The special train carrying the former ruler arrived at 1 :30 o'clock on the branch line outside Alexandrovsky park. On leaving the train Nicholas entered an automobile, accompanied bv his adjutant. Prince Dolgoroukoff, the only courtier of the first rank who accompanied him. and by the four Duma commissioners. They were driven to the palace. Nicholas was met at the door in the left wing of the palace by Count Benckendorff, who was his marshal of the court, and is now under arrest. The former ruler held himself ereit. looking calm and indifferent, although he stepped from the automobile with nervous haste. A battalion of the first rifle guard regiment was afllic rail road depot. Delivered to Commander. The commander at Tsarskoe-Selo ii Colonel Kobuilinsky, formerly com mander of the Petrogradsky regiment, stationed in peace time at Warsaw. To him the Duma commissioners an nounced: , , ,. , "Our mission of handing over the emperor is finished. We now go to Petrograd to announce this fact to the Duma." The correspondent drove to the old Tiarskoe-Selo palace, which is de- ...t . .l ,;kn, (rnarHfi anrl then CI icu anu niiimw, - to the new palace, where the former imperial family is interned. The pal ace lies in a large park, which is sur rounded by a plain, spiked fence, five feet high, coated with silver paint. Within the park,, over the broad ex panse of snow, not i single person was visible. Apparently there were no guards within the park, but outside the fence, every fifty yards along the roadway, were double sentries from the Petrogradsky regiment, in long blue coats, with fixed bayonets. Near tne east wing oi me pawee is a detached building, which for merly served as the kitchen. It ii now occupied by the staff officer in command of the troops guarding Nicholas. Further on i. the chief part of the palace, a long two-story building of pale yellow stucco with white Corinthian columns reaching to the roof and two vast projecting side wings. The palace when seen through a blinding snoV storm makes a deso late and unattractive appearance. .,- Children Have Measies. . ' Concerning Alexandra and other members ot tne tanviiy tne.ioiiowwg information was given: ah tne nve ; children are in bed with the measles, or which reason Alexandra has not ibeen outside the palace tfalla. for two days. So far as is knowu no order has been issues to prevent ner irom walking about the grounds. She has been forbidden to use the telephone and telegraph or have any communi cation with the outside world. This morning she requested permission to telephone to Princess Baratoff. a friend, asking as to her health. The reouest was refused. At the Nicholas gymnasium, a big building near the city hall, 200 adher ents and courtiers of the former em peror are under arrest. Palace Spies Locked Up. In a big room on the first floor the correspondent found seventyvper sons in civilian dress, formerly pal ace spies and provocative agents, Here also were four Russian officers , with German names, who had been arrested on suspicion of having sent communications from the former cm- press to Berlin. In a neighboring room sat the director of the Tsar- skoe Lyceum school, who was a gen eral in the army and a close tnend of Rasputin as well as a reactionary mMnk,r nf th. rli.trirr rntirt On the, second floor in a square room Prince Putiatin is held. Prince Putiatin was one of reactionary Rus aia's most powerful men. He was formerly private secretary to the em peror and in recent years director of the palace. Outside of Putiatin's room three , members of the civil militia armed with bayonets are on guard. The prisoners are well treated and the cor ridors are crowded with children waiting to see their parents. Entente Losses in Warships 850,000 ' .: . Tons, Says Berlin Berlin, Tuesday, March 20. (By Wireless to Sayviile, March 23.) En tente losses in warships have now reached a total of 850,000 tons, says an Overseas News agency announce ment today. This computation in cludes the French battleship of the Danton class recently announced to have been sunk by a German subma rine in the Mediterranean. The state ment says:' "By the destruction of a ship of the Danton, class the warship losses of our enemies, excluding auxiliary ships, have reached in round num bers 850,000 tons displacement This is equal to the combined tonnage of Russia and Japan at the beginning of the war and is only 60,000 tons less than the tonnage of the United States navy, which was the third largest in , the world at the beginning of the war." Charged With Shipping . : ' Carload of Bad Eggs Sioux Falls, S. D., March 23. (Special.) Arrested by the federal authorities on the charge of shipping a-carload of bad eggs from Yankton to eastern markets, John T. Bellman, Sioux Falls produce dealer, was held under bonds of $500 pending ac tion on his case by a United States grand jury, which will convene in this city in April. The information against Bellman was filed by United states Attorney Stewart What the Autocrat of Russia Said; Bee Readers Supply His Soliloquy The Prize Winners 1. Ruth Zody, 5012 Cass street, Omaha. 2. Mrs. Will W. Blackman, 435 West Eleventh street, Fremont, Neb. 3. Judge Arthur C. Wakeley, Omaha. 4. K. L. Humphrey, Henshaw hotel, Omaha. 5. Max Parrish, Florence, Neb. 6. Bessie Black, Keamey, Neb. 7. H. L. Choate, Washington, Neb. 8. F. C, Wilcox, care Orchard A Wilhelm, Omaha. 9. R. S. Honey, Uehling, Neb. 10. C. F. Reynolds, Griswold, la. The Ten Best Answers I. It's off at last, mv heavy jeweled crown; 'Twas my own serfs themselves that threw it down. Scorn, sneers and hate all follow in my train, No home, no friends, have I in my domain. Oh I Can it be they've gone beyond recall, And I'm a lonesome mortal after all? II. Twas ever thus, from history's earliest hours, Man continues to succumb to woman's wily powers. Had Adam barred his ears to Eve's alluring fairy tale, They'd not been driven forth from Eden's flowery vale. And if my frau had kept her proper sphere at home, I'd still be reigning czar upon the Russian throne. III. "A crown Golden in show, is but a wreath of thorns, Brings dangers, troubles, cares and sleepless nights To him who wear the regal diadem, When on his shoulders each man's burden lies." Paradise Regained. IV. Thou little cap of gold, with gems -set round, Why lie ye there to mock me from the ground? Hadst thou, the sign and symbol of a ciar, But taught me wisdom to foresee afar How best to right my people's wrongs and woes, To shield from greed within, and foreign foes. My destiny fulfill I To guard and guide. Though all the powers of darkness were allied. Four hundred years my sires on Russia's throne, An empire swayed. Today I am alone I Than thou, no toy more futile 'gainst the blast Of scorn and hate that hails me an outcast, V. Czar Nicholas sat all alone on his throne" As happy as king could be. Till his brother came around, Dashed his crown to the ground. Said "Leave the finishing of those Germans to mel" VI. Now that I have quitski I'll have to think a bitsky Of all my future life and what I'll do with it. For the blasted Duma mobski I've given up my jobski. And with all but me I've made a mighty hitl VII. Once I had an easy time, the people did my bidding. But now I am no longer boss, for they were only kidding. They've kicked me down from off the throne and out into the gutter, Some of the Other Good Answers. Homebody always haa to take tlia Joy out ot IIM X lit atone On o piece of utono Far away from the haunts ot Inen: t curia my fata Aa I ruminate ' Oi tho thlnsa that inltht have been. . I'm a Romanoff. And I've boon thrown off . And told to vamooae the 'Orad; RoamlDV off 1 am , And I five a ' 41 ; '7 . It everything goes to the bad. Hut aa I look down ' On my old rrown. Cornea a thought to reconcile, H e a little touth. But I'm sure enough Crowns are going out ot style. Thle muet be powder that I amellskl, I gucee I'd better hike like hellekl. My llfo ain't .worth a eefelyplnekl Unites the kalaer'll aave my aklnekl. "The Lord glveth and the Lord taketb away.'' But It a bluer pill to ewallow. (or you were a good old crown, and good crowne are almoet i-itlnct. You were the "Open Bream." to tola of pleaeant affaire and I ehell ml., you. United we were eome pumpklne and controlled the deetlnlee of mlllfnne, but divided we are aa notning. You will bo thrown Into the melting pot and will go to the four quertere of the kingdom, and I will probably loae my standing with the I. W. We. and might Holland Will Bar Armed Merchant Ships of the U.S. The Hague, March 23. (Via Lon don). The Handesblad of Amsterdam says today a rumor has reached it that Holland has refused the request of the United States for the admis sion of American armed merchant men in Dutch ports and that conse quently the Dutch harbors wilt be closed to American and British ships. "The government," adds the news paper, "will assume a great responsi bility whichever way the decision may fall. The government seems to be lieve Germany would interpret as an unfriendly act any decision on our part by which we would come into line with international usages, the jus tice of which Germany recognized before the war." Fear of reprisals bv the United States or Great Britain now or after the war is expected by the newspaper but the Dutch government, it de clares, must do only what justice and the interests of the Netherlands dic tate. Huron Votes Bonds for City Hall and School Huron, S. D., March 23. Special.) At a special election held yester day, bonds were voted in the sum of $180,000 for the erection of an $80, 000 municipal building and a $100. 000 addition to the high school building, in the form of a "junior" high school. The school bonds passed by a majority of 165, but the municipal building issue squeezed through with a majority of only 15. Besides housing the various depart ments of the city government and the fire department, the municipal buildinsa will include a large Audi torium, of proportions great enough to accommodate any gathering that will be held in South Dakota. Bishop James Mutdoon Transferred to Monterey Rome, March 23. (Via Paris.) The none todav appointed Monsignor Peter James Muldoon bishop of Monterey.. Bishop Muldoon was for merly auxiliary bishop of Chicago and has been bishop ot Kocktord, ill since September, 1908. ( So now I'll have to' go to work and earn my bread and butter. I used to like this ruling game, but now I think it's j)unk, Before me lies my jeweled crown, a lovely piece of junk. VIII. As I sit here and soliloquize That crown I see makes me realize That I have lost. The Russian throne Can be no longer called my own; For I've lately made a proclamation In which I voiced my abdication. The Duma called and said, "Well, Nick, If you don't want to feel a kick, You had better go while the going's good." And I have told them that I would. Now since they've acted so, I fear, They do not care to have me here. Goodbye, Russia I Come along my son, We've no more say how things snail run. IX. Tell me not in lightest numbers Life is but a blissful dream, I have had my fling and blunders, And a crown is not what it seems. Sands of time are swift descending Footprints will not pass away, I'll be thankful if surrendering Leads me not Siberia's way. X. 0 Solitude, where are the charms That sages have seen in thy face? Better dwell in the midst of alarms vThan reign in this horrible place. 1 once was the ruler of Russ, But now I am sad and forlorn; And the people, they don't give a cuss f If Nicholas 'd never been born. ' Old Crown, you are out of a job, You'd make a good bird nest, I trow; ' But if you'd been grabbed by .the mob, You'd be selling for junk about now. van be compelled to go to work. ' Backward, turn backward, Oh Time, In your flight; ' '' Slake me a ciar agin Juit lor tonight, ' 'TIM I punish the t rut tore Who knocked off my crown With a btgh priced potato And then threw mo down. T have bert MHrtd" wf own brother Michael, I now know juat what Napoleon meant when he laid, "Thle ts Helena.''- And he that wss-caaa ot aU Rputa, 7Jw,h nowhere to lay hie 'lived. -. . ' Here everybody me hatee: It la getting- a llttlo too hot. I'll gn to United 8 la tea . . Before they have me ehot. Rutaky. Boouky, Belaeka ! I'll drink no mora vodka: I'll go right atralgut to Nebraska And act tie in Omaha, I'll ehave the wool oft my face And go to the land of the free; 111 live In peace and grace ' And tell my wooa In The Bee. Honorable Mention. Abbey, L. J. -V Gilbert. Cornelia Antrim, Irma Groachlck, Frank Albert. Anthony CHbaon, Irene Antrim. Wallace ,!lrlllhart, Jeaae T. Blair. Mr a. L. C. Brooking, Mrs. F. Rax I nr. D. Burke, Paul H. ) oldens te In, Luke Ulllett, Charlei (luvemnan, J. P. Oavenman. Mae (Ira ham, Paul Uould. Beall A. Batimwort, Mre. B. M.Harvey, Mrs, J, R. Hrtghtwell, M. M. Ulnman, Mra. H. J. Barker, Jennie Hartman, Wauncta , Burke, B. L. Hanna, George F. Bruner. Mra. W. H. Huntley, Mra. ffi. L. Primer, J. R. Holletetn, Mre. John Blrk, WllmT Hruban, Albert Bowen, Andy ' Hartwell, Claire Brugnman. Ocar Hamilton, Mre. T. J. Ballard, B. R, Brtgga, Q. W. Holllngeworth. F. C Htndeland. M. n. Bartaon, Martha C. Helling, William Brown. C, Black, Henry W. Bell. H. A. , Heath, Paul Oaralena. Henrietta Grary, J. I. Jordan. Mosea Johnson, Mra, J. M. Jones, H. H. Jonea, J. A. Jonee. Mra. X. TV Jordon Dorothy May Christy, Elisabeth M. Jackson. Mra. P. Cook. Mra. Uuy Cohen, Mre. D. A. Conlln, Frances Corenman, flattie Cenipen. W. 11. Clow, Hugh Drum my, Chart; Darby, J. C Dahlgren, Oeearla tod ward, Mabel Utter. Jamea . Eklund, Mra. K. P. Ktienaparger, A. Pogelaon, Elijah Jacobean, John B. Kennedy, Edward Kane, Ann Klerec, Jullua Knudaen, James K. Kerne, J. W. Ktrachbraun. H. Kemp, B. C, King. Mra E. O. Kinder. Jeaae don, Winifred Lincoln, Gertrude Laurent, Henry Larson, Agria Lumpkin, Mra. R. Martin, Charles B. Maatlko. Hattle Mi-tcalfe, Horatio Maria, T. W. Marron, J. G. , Mcuee. John Milder, William Miller, B. B. Mynre, Frank MROlaaaon, Sidney Nichols, R. E. Nielson, Soren Nelson, MarK Nightengale, John J. Nceley, A. D. Nason. John NeleOTl, Mra. H. B. Olaon, Bdythe Oflschlneger, Buth Oelachlaeger, Anna Of iBchlaeger, Adeline Oelachlaeger, Frrda Ueleohlaeger, Quint a Oelachlaeger, Marie Oelachlaeger, Tabltha PlllKbury, M. A. Plllabury, Mra. M. A. Peterson, H. C. Palmer, M. C. Pea body, Leroy Roberts. Alice Rafflngton, B. G. Rayson, Mra. Erneet Rader, A. F. Reynold a, Roan R Reynolda, C. C. Kubenateln, Ernest Budat,. F. H. Richardson, H. Bothkop, Mra. H. Rypftna, Edwin Raamuasen, Laura Rot?e, Albert Rayment, Thomag Reaeoner, Byrle Rayaon, Mra Ernest Sherry, Mra. B. J. Hhlpman, J. F. Spencer, Mra. W. H. Smith, Mra. J. W. Schmidt, Fred , Button, R. J. Stirling, Mra. Frank Stanley, Willie Solomon, W. Stldworthy, T. w. Stephens, George Schulhof, I. A. Scudder, M. G. Solomon, A. K. Smith, C. H. Smith, Mre. Claud Tonner, Mra. L. P. Thomaen, Martin Thurln, Roy Taylor, Harlan Thorpe, Mable Van Horn. Mra. E, C Walker, F. A. Werner, Florence Wakeley, Fannla WheJen, M. W. Walsh. C. E. Walah. Harry Witt, Martha Welnateln, Mra. R. Wragge. A. J. Wilcox, Bcrnlc Wright, Emma Zavrel, Anna Fletcher, Mre. Ernest Laude, J. N. Froatrom, John Frnter, J. J. Flllman. E. D. . Folta. C. C. French, Virginia Griffith, W. H. Gearhart, R, T. Gray. W. D. GrolxmllcK. nicK Mlrklea. a Marnell, R. O. Me Con lea, Mra, H. Mearltng, Mra. Emil Mi-Morma, Gull Mann, Mra H. B. McCready, D. D. McConnell, Ruth MauK, Hose THEY WERE RUNDOWN How often we hear it said of a man or woman that "they were rundown in health"whichaccountsfdrtheirpresent sickness. For that reason it is impor tant that when you find you tire easily, when your nerves are troublesome or your work is irksome, you should strengthen your system immediately with the blood-enriching, tissue-building food in Scott's Emulsion which contains pure Norwegian cod liver oil and is free frnm alcohol. IkottaBoviie.BloonlMd, N.J. 11-28 Guatafeon, Mra. B. U Mercer, bave H. WARNING! BE PREPARED! The bone dry law will take effect May first, but if you wait too long to lay in a supply for home neces sities you may not be able to get the benefit of choice selections. Every body needs a bottle of good whiskey or brandy for medicinal purpose!. The reputation of the Hiller Liquor Co. has been established for twenty-six years. We urge our customers to buy now before the best brands are gone. Special reduced prices. Call, write or phone. 1809 Farnam Street. Phone Douglas 1241. WHAT IS GOUT AND RHEUMATISM ? Br Da. M. a LUCAS. In 1848, Sir Arthar Garrod, proved that in foot (also tins in' rheuma tism ) there ia deficient elimination en the part of the kidne.es. , Uric acid in excess ia carried by the blood and deposited in and about the jointa where an inflammation is set up in the soft tissues, nearby. Or. Levtson and Dr. Btrauss hold that a long continued disturbance of kidney function, nsuUing in uric acid accumulation in the blood, is tbe cause ot gout. Ana frof. a. Strauss, attributes a toutr attack to the hean- ing up of poisons where there ia an auuuuajiw ui uriu Km woica IS pre oipitated in the joints and sheaths. setting up innVnmaUon. Before the attack of gout or rheumatism there ia sometimes a aeries of disturbances, such as headache, or what is thought vo oG neuralgia, or rneumauo con ditions such aa lumbago, pain, in the back of the neck, or sciatica. As Prof. Stranss says, "Tbe excretion of urie acid we are able to effect br exciting diuresis. Drink copiously of water, six or eight glasses per day, hot water before meals, and obtain Anurie tablets, double or triple strength, at ins nearem arug store ana use teem three times a day. It is just as im portant to keen the kidnevs active, to throw ont the uric acid poisons aa it is to stimulate the liver to greater acuon u earow out tne poisons wnicn accumulate to an excessive amount in the bowel.- Throw out this waste material by occasionally taking a pill made nn of Mav-annle. aloes and jalap, and commonly sold aa Doctor nerce s rieasant rellets for the past 50 years and yon will escape nine- tenuis oi tne 1111 in me, . M m.m ' T- w JJ Price. J6 w D0O6CDOU0lA15TRETS v inuiunuiuuLOiiQiuuiu Values. n iniiiuimuiiiiii 4 'Andrea" Models for Saturday We feature over 200 "Andrea" pattern hats for the first time. These hats are truly dreams, not only because of the beautiful shapes, but the softness of the fabrics and the wonderful rich blending of the colors. A profusion of the large picturesque hats, with ribbon and beautiful flower trim mings! The soft facings harmonizing with the straw ' and the color assortments wonderfully complete. A visit to our millinery department will quickly convince you of the superiority of these "Andrea" models, both as to style and be- cominaness. $ TSO j $ f f00 v m unw m g . x vr i 1 Specially priced Saturday- iMIIIBHNHIBinillM M iijjjJiiiiJULmiimiiusnimfifunitminhunrHuiiintiiiirinriiHitiiiKiTi:.,:: Remarkable Apparel Values Garments at Each Price Are Superior in Quality and Distinctive in Design. TWO SUIT SPECIALS At $22.50 Jersey Suits in the newest shades, nobby Sport Styles, really classy Suits and at a very low price. You should not miss them Saturday. . At $39.00 Hundreds of beauties in Semi Tailleur, Belted, Sport and Trot- teur Styles, in Gabardines, Foi-j ret Twills, Tncotines, berges, Silks, etc. All sizes. TWO COAT At $15.00 Hundreds of Classy Spring Coats in Serges, Gabardines, Plaids and Novelties, the choi cest lot of values in' Omaha at the Special'Sale Pri6e. SPECIALS At $25.00 An elegant lot of Coats in Channe Cloths, Velours, the popular Burella Cloth and fine Novelties, distinctive designs in all sizes and most wanted col ors. Remarkable values. Saturday, A. M., 8,30 Till 12 Only 100 Women's and Misses' Taffeta Silk Dresses, Serge Dresses and Crepe de Chine Dresses, in the season's newest styles, all. colors and sizes, made to sell At $10.00 and de ne $12.50; till 12 only, Saturday......... pJ.VJ Special Dress Values, $19.50 At this price Saturday, have hundreds of Classy Dresses, suitable for street wear, afternoon and evening wear. Materials are Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Georgettes and Cloths; Evening Dresses all Tulles and combinations; elegant $19 50 values; specially priced Saturday, at v Blouse Specials for Saturday A new lot of Georgettes in the new high shades, embroidered and beaded. These are very classy Blouses and will be shown Sat- tlj 1 A . . T urrlav at verv SDCcial nrices. $5.98 to 100 TAFFETA SILK PETTICOATS Including $5.00 Klosfits, on sale from 8 :30 o 7Q o m till 19. TYI prinir-P e ev Oprtfi rle Chines. Geortrettes. Pussy Wil lows and Wash Taffeta Blouses, all new shades and all sizes, worth KO QQ to $5.00, Saturday l"i"J Dependable Furnishings Greatly Underpriced Men's Shirts, fine quality and high grade in every respect, fine quality tub silk, handsome satin stripes; special, at $4.68 Men's Shirts, fine quality fancy madras, double soft cuffs. Well made and splendid fitting shirts, special, at $1.25 Men's Neckwear, fancy open and silk neckties, specially large shapes, thousands to select from; specially priced, at.. 65c Men's 60c Big Open End Ties, novelty patterns in silk and fibre; special, at ...35c ' Men's $1 Underwear, shirts and drawers, in medium weight, Egyptian cotton, any size to 48; special at, per garment, 68c Men's Belts,' made of leather, black, tan and gray colors, any size to 50; special, at 50c Men's 85c Garters, double grip kind, fine quality elastic; spe cial 25c Easter Neckwear .Reduced Prices (or Saturday Georgette and Pongee Collars and Sets, with hemstitched borders and lace trimmed: special at, each..S8c Pongee, Georgette and Poplin Collar and Cuff sets, plain colors and col nrsad harden: soecial. at. ea. ..$1.50 A good assortment of Collar and Cuft-4- Sets, in organdy ana swias, iace trimmed; sale price 25c Georgette. Organdy and Swiss Collars, hemstitched and lace trimmed, at eich 50c Windsor Ties, in plaids and plain col ors; special at, each 25c 35c Handkerchiefs, 19c Ladies' Linen and Crepe de Chine handkerchiefs, embroidered comers and Armenian edges, also embroid ered In colors; special at, each. .19c 15c Handkerchiefs, 10c Ladies' Linen, Swiss and Crepe de China Handkerchiefs with narrow hem and lace trimmed; special at, each 0c 10c Handkerchiefs, 5c Ladles' 8wis Handkerchiefs with em broidered comers in white and col ors. Special at, each , ...5c 13 lbs. Best Pure Granulated Sugar, $1.00 48-lfc. sacks Beat Hlgh-Grad Vimm far brei, pi ar cakaa; par sack. bars Diamond C, Laundry Queen or Swrft's Pride Soap. ............. .25c t lbs. Choice Japan Rice 25c I lbs. Best Whita or Yellow Cornmeal for lSe I lbs. Best Boiled White Breakfast Oat meal 25c lfl-oa, cans Condensed MUk ....lie 4'pkgs. E'O Corn Flakea. 25c Assorted Soups, par can,., ....ft I-Sc Ripa Olives, per can ......lOe No. S cant Extra Standard Sweat Sugar Corn .A.. ..I2VC Pint Cant Paragon Olive OU. .35c Monarch 8wet Mixed Pickles, bottle 10c The Best Bulk Peanut Butter, lb,. .HVte The Best Bulk Laundry Starch, lb... 5c Crosse Blackwell't Vinegar, bottle.. 23c Lea Perrin's Sauce, bottle... 25c Crosse 4 Blackwell's Jama, bottle.. 23c Blue Label Catsup, bottle ....23c Breakfast Cocoa, per lb. .......... .20c Gal. cans Tomatoes ,48e Gal. cant Pumpkin 25c d H Flew, nothing finer $2.35 Gal. cant Blackberries 6Se Gat cant Apples . 26c GaL cans Grapea ... .05c Gal. cans Peaa 45c The Best Tea Sifting, lb 12V,c Fancy Golden Santos, the toffee of qual ity, a fine family coffee, lb 20c BUY YOUR ONION SETS NOW. Saturday, Red or Yellow On ton Sett, per quart 18c All kind! Flower and Vegetable Seeds, S pkgs. for 10c Blue Grass teed, per lb., 90 per rent pure, for 20c Blue Grass and Clover seed, lb. ... . .25c Watch the pipers for eHf annual shrub bery sale. The seat Strictly Fresh Eggs. dos. . .2c The best Bulk Creamery Butter, lb., 45c Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter. lb. 35c, 40c Fancy No. 1 Dairy Table Butter, lb-, at 34c, 3e Full Cream, New York White, Wisconsin Cream or Young America Full cream Cheese, per lb. 30e SPECIAL ORANGE SALE SATURDAY Highland Navels Are the Healthiest Fruit Grown to Eat Saturday, 126 site Highland Navels, per dos 35c Saturday, HO site Highland Navels, per dot. .-...30e Saturday, ITS sise Highland Navels, per dot 25e Saturday, 200 site Highland Navels, per dot. 20e Saturday, 250 alio Highland Navels, per dot. ...15c Saturday, 288 ttse Highland Navels, per dot. 1e IS lbs. Best Cooking Potatoes TOc Fresh Beets, Carrots. Turnips, Radlshfs ' or Shallots, bunch...-.... 5c Fresh Cauliflower, per lb 12c t heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce tOc Large Cucumbers, each 15c, 20c Cape Cod Cranberries, quart.... 10c Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, Ptr pound . .,'et Old Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnipn, Rutabagas, per lb 5c EXTRA FANCY GRAPE FRUIT, ea 7 Vie wa n ftvnv HiVnPlPO FfDOTM Pitno -II milM M Mm. m Mm M IflJl V A3 f ' M. liil M. M M UWO