Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 290, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 2, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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ftuidav, January 2, 1910.
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Think it over.
cs (lo words I two times
FOR RENT- ROOMS
i lines (15 words) two times, i dimes.
For Rent—Two furnished
light housekeeping; gas and elcctrlc lights.
322 W. aid. 0-2
Lighted, heated, modern rooms for light
housekeeping. Cull 404 W. 4tli. I'hone
Two furnished housekeeping rooms, pri-
vate entrance; gos, weii on porch; $5
week. 27 10. loth st. .
For Rent Furnished rooms for gentle-
men; strictly modern, light and airy:
prices I'ea s i, n a b 1.1. At I'll W. '.Mil -I M _'
For Kent Two furuished rooms. ;ilso
two suites '.f three rooms, unfurnished,
modern. 410 W. r.ili si. 0-8
For Rent—Large unfurnished room. pri-
vate entrance, three 'Windows. .mantle,
gas grate, also furnace heat. Phone r.'J." 4,
803 B. 0th jit.
For Rent Furnished room* for light
housekeeping; gas, electric lights and
bath, tilt* W. 4th st.
For Kent Large south and east-front
mom lu new. modern home, nicely fur-
nished nnd with gas stove, to two gentle- a
men who can give reference, at 403 W. | tnif nrivUetre
Noble. Mrs. Coffman.
FOR RENT— iOOMS
i'tiree lines (15 words) two times, .1 dimes.
Nicely furnished rooms, strictly modern! '1:1
I'onie. gas heat; prices reasonable. 1W. l,ujs furnltuie >i
i: 4th st. 12: -
For Rantr—Furnished room for Sight! SALESMAN
housekeeping; modern 500 W 4th st.
Kent Nicely furnished rooms in
I'mulshed room for gentleman In private
family, .lose In, modern, references. I
F. 4th st. Phoutf Ked*llW>
l or lieiti A nice front room" "n ground
floor, suitable for 2. 4HI W. 4th at.
For 'kent modern rooms f>.r hul.t
housekeeping. well furnished; best neigh
bors; n<> dogs. 21S W. Nth. 0-2
i in nlslied Roe ins i": Rent Sepai ito
cut hide entrance. 50H E. Oth st. Phone
modem home. 8ltl w. 4th.
2 large rooms for bedrooms oi light
housekeeping. modern house. close in; no
eUi<1 ren. I'aII niornings^ 4J.'1 B. 4th«
i .i Rent Largei afl modern room, fl5
r muni h. IJ.' i: St h. Phone 4080.
ior Hent-r-2 nicely furnished light
housekeeping rooms, all modern conveu-
•eiiccs. 530 E. Oth st.
i urnisiied or mifoi ni-i.ed room, tir
floor, modern flat, private family; refer-
cnccs. 101 E. M li st.
Three lines (15 words) two times, 3 dimes.
Modern, beaut,lful location, 5 minutes
a Ik from Main and Broadway, 114 K.
ftvd. would legae,
Ileuses For Rett—0 rooms, $:tn; s rooms,
?'ii, ,s rooms. $4o. Mac Rae \ *' . 31b
I'. iltimorc. Phone 712.
Rooms f.ir Pent _• ti-..nt rooms, fin-
libdied for light housekeeping; second
Ijuflf. 11 W * th st.
For Kent — Trent room fur.nished for
liyht hoiisekeepiiig, modern. 021 N. Henry.
■oOiI room suitable for
«> table boarders wanted,
l ies, 120 \V. 2uil.
1 large front
housekeeping rooms, private connect-
ing: reasonable, I'all Sunday or Monday
afternoon; uhmodern. 1012 W. 11th. (>-2
oOiu, furnished housekeep-
:'.l ii._. W Oth.
—s .n- , .... Rent—2 unfurnished rooms tot
l or Kent 1-urnisiied rooms for light |itr|„ housekeeping; heater ami hot plate
1 :use keeping, modern, fine location. 1201 stoves connected with gas; per week
H. Walker. ■ 1 20 W. 7th st. 9--
For Rent—Suplte furnished bousekeep- , i nfurnlshed rooins for re'rit in modern
lug rooms, modern, no children. 420 E. houn^. 720 W. Oth.
I r-r-^T I "or Rent—2 furnished, clean light house-
For Kent -2 pleasant partially furnished keeping rooms; gus, good neighborhood;
I' ick rooms for light housekeeping; rent | blirn phone ;mm*7. 017 W. 10th st
icasonahle. 80* !•-. 5th.
tines (15 words) two times, dimes J
providing! Dr. Hardmau's office moved to i: 2>.. \V.
iouh I'lion I Main Cold spectacles fitted, $5; filled,
0- ' . > : Mi. Cuaranted
I iMuIn sewing done In your home; chil-
> sell Scar- j dreu - garments a specialty: t\ "«0 per day
.'peniii.. 1 > ili .1 u I in Nan Camp, phone KOI.
Utract New Notice We have a full line of new and
••'.-olid-hand household goods to sell for
i>h or time Sanders & Nay, phone
217 W Keuo ave.
- , II e I .el i .Nice I'll V s houses to move or
tailor; ie.\ id Old P. « Phone 3962 Black
Krebs, i _'tK 24
A. k Klley now at 201-2 American Nat'l
Wanted White -irl for general house- l'ank RJdu'. Phone iitHWV "l
mi, i: 10th si First c!hsh"washing and ironing done
lilted ~a 1 :irie->. Ui.li •' 1 ^
Main. 03; Avrcuiv 1'lcturc men, we have land
LEARNS MAN SHE PARIS UNEARTHS
WED HAD A WIFE HUGE ART FRAUD
Wa n ted
gc.a rau tee
(t :;ans uu
ate limps: tirst
anteed with all
1. cur mei
Je after .Inn-
j^arborough < • .
Wanted llrld^c . pent
camp blacksmith, -team
ban's Employ incut Clime,
Wanted—White girl for housework; one
who can no home nights; ti-room house,
two in family; a good, permanent pi
for right parly, fall Monday morn In g I
between and II. 120 F 7th
Help Wanted Vsually liberal coinmis-
sion paid If you are salesman of real!
estate; our propert> strii t'v « 1\ : has j
Hold to every one who has seen it Call
lOlt KKNT—0 ROOM IMMHI.I IIIN between 1< d IJ 111 Ka- dt
OALOW in PACKING TOWN it i hiii . i p M „n
ii n. 1iauvkv. rilOM, .mm. ()|v u ||; n,.|t. i f. v .,.. i A
ron KKNT—5 BOOM COTT.U.K. (Ill - l|s,i
N. K.\IKI>. KIH1IKK. II N. IIAItVKV Want party as partner t- i• t as inan-
piionk Mil. Wlager, with services, for Hgui mauu
tacturlug business; articles that's sta-
ple; easy to manufacture; large profits;
,v.,,partifllly established; no cltaii cs to takes
—-"" legitimate and all right: previtoi
IIOISE I'Olt KKNT. j ence not necessary au\ hones
0 room house, 42it W. l.'iih
w ith tools. -apes, haiol painted in oil, I .n - 1 _ Inches,
. . i , • , .-no- ' i.nludlng lieav.x ^lll frame, at Ml ">t each.
\y V.iii- 1 wholesale lots Hasken. 310 8 Hudson
Notice i" Real Estate Men Lots i">.
Hi 17. In block ,15. South Cklahotua City,
are off the market. .1. C. Egermelsr. 0-2
i dies i \> hange. f" fith^st. ^^hoae
Denver. Jan. I In order to avoid I lie New York, Jan. 1 \ cablegram from
spiteful remarks of those unaware of her Paris uncovers one of the most luipn*
situation, Miss Minnie Mefferd, or more | dent frauds ver practiced on the rt
strictly speaking, Mrs. Harold J. Jones, loving American public. Fortuuately. t
il pretty girl of Highlands, who lives was a fraud wli.rh did not succeed a y
with her mother nt 3110 drove street, hi'- oxposiu'c' il1"' ^ron*'' 'ts failure ninm
decided .o make known the fact that she | ' v„ unm^ Chauasen. a Parisian
left her I ushniid, Jones, some two mbnths picture frattier, with a talent for framing
after her nin ilnge to him. -oniiihi-.n besides canvases, planned .
Ii was en .lnne of the present vein raid on Vinerlcau dollars.
ti it .leiics, wt.o was iMiiploved as Yitv I ' hansso,, litxl been .'ommls-.|oned
s;i esiuiiu fer the KMler stationery «',.„i i u\ A ll«>ction of the works of ti <
puny, married Miss Mefferd In I'ueblo ''el Known in.iilern artists and take the i
Ai on*.;nl: t«- hei statement of the . - A ^ "fU for exhibition and
Jones In. uuhl her back to Henver and "here was i. . way to get the collect!,
took apartments at the Tours hotel. « >1 <'X«*c|' t" buy tlu* palntliigs outright.
manufactures switches for $1.. 0. _:i
pull's, 50 cents: d puffs. $1; ready mat
\ •. lies, from $2 and up: orders taken f.
si i mi pin k and embroidery. We call f<
t ",i rpeute
:M > !•:. 4th st
iT Jobbing of all kinds.
1 ii -1 m ti parlors, oth floe
i'.ihi'iI Rank Hldg Roon
JVOti-7 S 200-1
furnlshed throughout; tenant
puper if desired Inqtilre West fall IiniL'
Co or phoue 472 W
For Kent - s room modern house, s20
W. Sth, cup rent .'5 rooms if desired; also
gas range and water heater for sale. Phone
.-..ill or .".'100
Knout and board for 2 gentlemen: tils >
i.oarders nt *|n W. till st
Klegailt front room) nicely furnished,
rhetrlc llaht. k«s gnite. bath S00 1-
Mh st. Spivey flat. Fair Ground car ev-
For Keut 2 furnished light housekeep-
ing rooms: m°dern. 127 W. Reno.
i For Rent 'i'wo pleasant rooms fur*
! nislied for housekeeping. 8JU1 F. 101 h.
§ large newly furnlsbied connecting
housekeeping rooms; front cut ranee; large
For Kent—I room u
parties with no siuall
close In Phone 2582.
For Kent—Two *inull houses
Harvey, south of Frisco K. 1
Soa n gler.
invest a hoi
least *l." n:
dress M P
w i ii ted
r. 1 lti r«l ma i
I. Live his time a id , W Main
. will guarantee $ 150 ! M.'.ilam .layi
addition to share of I j,. t,,i > b- .l\
u business and will i :hk| -eiitieme
rand llo- National P.anl.
assage parlors for ladle
lift ti floor American
nid g -"MMi
11us, dresflinaklng parlors,
loin, shirt waists and skirts
lie hired Imitatoi
right and left ami
these men turne t out a large number
paintIn-s to which were signed the names
widlx known artists. Chausaon at ..
oalut. it a few pictures himself and slgnc I
02:1 10. 10th
. i r. I For n n in t
heel and run over by
Rooms and board at 707 W. Washing- '—__
t-.ii st.; new house, gas heat and electric
,tyhtw and bath. Call and sec the rooms.
New place, new rooms, modern in ev
eiy respect. $2.50 and $."• per week. Coiiip
. nt see for yonfeelf 318 w Noble O-'j
Ytiung lady wants lad) ri mate, nJw
ft .nit room: references exchanged Call
r.tc W. 3rd.
For Rei t 5 furtitshed front rooms in
n.odern house. Phone 5254. 505 R. 5tl
losets. 010 \N lte
Rent- Close in furnished
modern and on ear Rue.
Lovely modern front ro
week, with board >5.75 per
Wanted—To buy. from owner, modern
7 or N-rootn house, lot 50x140 ft.: will
pay from $4,000 to <5,000, cash, or all.
South of 80th to ".th st: weal of Walker
to MeKlnley. Address B-8fl, Pointer.
For Kent-Furtilslied house tin Reno.
Iti<iHire at I12.S W. California Monday p. m.
For Kent—5 room modern house, on
I r.veil street. Inquire 707 W. 10th
at 201-2 American nft't'l
|( „ Nix
Ut aid Robinson ata 0-H
l we get alonir? "Il
iiid I never had a cross
but of eoursc I couldn't live wit
after I found he bad another wife
■ rent, ti
:;n per month
For Rent*—Furnished suite tlgbthbuse-
keiplng rooms; burn mi -. room and
i rd, JM per week. 515 v Doui
Cook I .a rge robm, leather furnishings.
i!:i«. electric light, bath: night meal if
wanted, bod F. Mh <ar line.
Toi Rem - 'i n tn in i - bed front rooms,
one block from Relle Isle cur line. Call
!>-.'■ i N. Western.
Comfortable furnished room. *2 per
week. 15 W. 4th:
Rooms New. warm, but t.aihs, ele<
trbtly. gas, $1. 11.60 and $2 week.
For Rent -Two unfurnished rooms with
v. f. 12.I0 W 5t h. _
Nicely (Wnlitied rooms, modern For gen*
Heman'at :.i". n Broadway 0 '•
Hleeplng room, - I ,h 11 s- per week
1H)7 F. inth._St. n -
lS5o F. Oth. furnished room with board
t,.r two: bath. heat, electricity: hot and
cold water; terms reasonnble: Phone 51112.
For Rent "ne ni.-ely furnished room,
modern conveniences. Phone Black-174 1.
■ ■r call 4-".2' • F Fmhtli Si t
For Rent Two furn'slied sleeping
rooms; heated; with or without board
I'hone B41S i 112 I'; '" Ave 0 J
Nicely furnlt 53 rooiiis for light house
keeping; gas, electric lights and bath:
close In. -".i w Frisco. '' '■
Nice front room, nmdei
For Rent furnished rooms for light
housekeeping : gas and elceuic Ilurhts; op-
posite High School tit N Central.
Two moderu furnished light housekeep-
ing rooms tor rent, close in. 40 F. 10th st.
For Rent—Two newly furnished rooms
down .stairs; gas cook stove and nioi.ern.
124 F. Tib
Rent - Nicely furnished
\ ISi oad w a > . u--
1'i.r it ti 11 New i ro house, i block
of street car, on Capitol Kill Call phoue
i .111 \ leaving town for 2 mouths, de
siies to rent to responsible party without
i I,..dreu during absence, a house of I
ro >ins with pantry. . I. set and bath, cie-
. gaatly and completely furnished for
I n !':se"keeplng: < an ■,
sleeping I ^ • Appljr at o y
in. good appearance, travel
learn a splendid trade; no ;l special!
canvassiim; must be able
wo months' time; have at
i.. lol.sicr* need apply. Ad- ' v,,,
• '"inter , , |,.,t hit
Ciice F.xperienccd dre-- , • i■. mil- y
in partnership, tn t as head |i alllorn
fail at 7.".0 F 0th oi Phone 5452. 0 < ilia!
XVaiiteil— A good male stenographer f«.r > A. K Klley now
■ •in lu.*r in I.i.l.li' offl..- Itnnk 1111k I'lion.-:'..'..'" "
;;il Scott Thompson Rldn. 0 2 .l etfcetlve Ceiicnii detect lv>
Salesman W ante.l «Hi . oii.ni;ssioii or |„.<ines-: transacted ; indlvldnal slisdow
and up per month with expenses. , - . specialty I hone ts.ti. an ^
.... per eo.itrtn t ; expcrleiu-e iinueseces- Mike. _ — .... - ' -
• \ Premier Cigar Co.. Clnclnnail chb | Nii|ir,. |.(,„| estate Agents
^ nitcd- I arm hand i" work by mouth, i propert \ is oft the nuirket.
. - .11 i. c. Carlson. F. X-25. I Flirlght-
W'aTited- Mid'ile .iped woman lo do geu 1 ,.r free dirt oil NN Main St.,
0-;, ler«i housework and attend to children \ t tterback. < •> .
"in | Phone w. "s'orii. - 'I' sl1"1'
"-! Wii.ile.l aii.l ^ .''J".i.'i'lV.'r '
rk m :tl W. M.iin A,.,.ly I"'.;'".. oil ■ «H StTmITw I ..ro ... rrow'dnl Hint |. .tlr.lt
Fast I- ."11 III Diug • i.oealcd | refused sduiltttiiice at many of tlicin.
• v"|| I A • * 11 ,v >• Mii.ply I
for the outbreak of ti.
1 lincoln st rv' At his
rei|iiest she kept secret the fact of hei
liia • ria K'' and it was not until Aug.
that he told her that he was married
and had a wife and two children
"It is very embarrassing to n
Mr- Jones, when asked about
ciimatnnrch of Uio ease. 'People Imv 1 ,M' ;i"v' '"'ar.t of the Parisian pie
made unkind remarks about me. seelim ""7" lorned up at the Waldorf
me with lilm so ninch. and while 1 hate N.f'\v . °«,k, w here he arraiigetl for itu e .
anything like notorlctv I supp le it |s hiidtn.ii >>i |>aintlir:s oi i he modern m i
belter for tne Hint everything N \u'v\ •lames I' Silo, i!i,< art uuctioia .,
known." ! u "! ^t 510 Firth avenue, uia i-
Mrs. .lone* then told how .tones hs-l 1,1,1 business end of the sale.
wooed and won her and married her ' i realise ..t the crude mnniier in whh i
left him as soon as he told me the truth;11"" ;v'"' had been done there were !«■
about himself," said she "He *nU| Ilint 1' ' ' 1 few took the Inn ,
lie wanted me to keep everything se- id mid ad ■ iuiussou. dlsgiiMed u
until lie could get a dlv-.r-e Ills wlfe jo^ failure of his nliiiis, snlled for hoiue,
and children live ill Cincinnati lie told •' U.e ie ei led rail vase.-. with hi n.
mo that she is prominent In society audi ' men w . had ai laii.cd for i ler,!
Hint her fat hei was at one time one of ' ">! 1 • of real w rtli p I
the most wealthy Jewelry merchants In "I1"11 ' hauss n mid e\atnined the
Cincinnati." vimohi and scraped the wilding from ;'•
Miss Mefferd has secured the service- '««dd l.n.Ks without mercy Clin-. • i
of Attorney n A. Llndnley and mii a-k u is '••■onuiii Into conrt to answer thi
the courts to annul the luarriauc. iji-hai'L'' ol to ruin u the names of <i r 11 s; s : ,
don't know just where he Is." said the -nmioiis <> : k- \estoiday in the corn-.-
handsome young woman, referring i« tlomil court in Furls the . rt pirate n-.a '*
Jones, "but * I do know that lie is outside boa-iful . onfewi,,,, ndmlttiliK that Sev-
ille state and that lie doesn't dare come ''''"i canvases mve Ids own work.
I i:i i*lc I • 1 sil" ; oni.s one :k wilS foiiol
who admit I id he remembered the sale . r
the picture - at the Waldorf, but the na'«
was unsuccessful th:.: the clerk w . ■
only abb' i > remember the mime if o.u
man who had bought any of the woi ! .
This was John R Ilomiiain. the weaitl'--
rng mcr. haul who live- at the Hotel
ij. mo Mi lloiielialn was asked last
uIkIiI If he rcmcnibered the clreiim-
BAD WATER CAUSES
EPIDEMIC OF TYPHOID
from 20H w. i-t
ff the market
rn I bavi
I ul red
W bom Ii May
propcrtv 'of* 111
"Ves." said he "I rcniemher bu,'' g
some puintliiKs at an exhibition in Hh<
I Waldorf ballroom some time in P.HlT. V
wasn't it. win. had the exhibition?
Ottawa, Cut. Ihii 1 An alariultr-- Maybe lie was a prime I don't kn .
situation eon front - the ellv of Montreal. \n.\ w:i.\ I i.oiiuhl s.,n.e of the paintings,
which has been fighting an epidemic of M/nt w\ w ' dl-llked t hem s . much that
typhoid fever wlucc Heptcinbcr. 1 "" u-il rh. .1 theiil all e\eept one.
The epidemic, which has continued font :!;"1 han-.:- in my office down
months, is becoming worse and the has- I town
". Wanted 'I'w o Ii
' -'|or sex; good pay
lin \\ 12th i.
Wanted Labi r«
M< inlay noriiliig.
w i then informed tha^
irk had been done bj t
in I'aiis He did not ap-
roonis in new modern home, from *2." o lo
$:t.o0; table board if desired, at 1115 \V. | or Rent i hrce 5-rooiu apartnicni,
8ru. 0-21 located 107 B Oth. Phone Red-.'1870.
Wanted '2 or '■'> young men roomers:] "Fit Rent A lorn I loom furnished
hoard with room, reasonable; modern ai irtnicut for housekeeping; people with
house. 17 F. 5th. out children prefer
jvt | For Bent—One nicely furnished down-1 j—
0-.5 ' stnlrs room for rent. Cifford, loo F ;ird. I For Rent Three-room house also front
room with gas for sleeping only. Inquire
:;i I F. :tid. ' ::
Wanted Allil.l ioi
..in. traveling salt1
tochester. N V
N I MlI'hllol \ p,. I y
al nil. I A good uirl for gen-
icwi.rk and assist with cooking;
home mi,all family, ^ood wages
gilt girl ; nd one willing to stay,
ti W. Fluhteeutll. I'-"
i .. - .. I - ' --i" T-. . l. fk.,i??n here- appears in a particularly
i n'ot st n't' e l!,'a 'n'riv It (I'M W 111 li I The public Is demanding inn
lm |" '.71: by declare my property at .-I w. ■HmirlllK a nitrati.
!__! -.noel olt ' he market |n meantime the city II
for gen iMentv of slop and serapn ai B ^ urging all residents to hn
_ « ' Hisek U:I9X. o^i
i'or Kent Three housekeeping i is
furnished. Including gas range, heater, elec-
i tie lights and water. .'I'W . Third. U-«l
"~Two iTufiiniislo'il rooms, or will fur-
nish for liu'lit house keeping; nlso hoard
Hnd room. 0'j> N. Sluirteh 0-5
\ieeiy furnished from upstairs room.
modern home, also stall In barn. I'hone
I.Mi;;. 251.1 F. Ninth -t. IV5
Three nicely furnished rooms for house*
keepliiK. bntii, electric lights, gas. 010
W. Fourth st. J4
For Rent Hue furnished room for
light housekeeping, close In, cheap. 1 S
walker st. 0-3
For Rent -Two ni.iv large first-floor
front rooms, connected, closets, private| \it-ely furnished housekeeping rooms in
entrance: well heated, modern Christian nice home. Modern; en cor line; close In
home; price rca onuble. 8 W. Fighth St., j Reasonable. 510 N I'hillips if
For Rent—Two strictly modern down-
stairs rooms for two gentlemen or work-
ing girls. 100 F 2nd. 0 -
Wanted Young men to room and board,
121 W 1th ^t ; best home in .-iiy for
gentlemen; house modern: gas heat; home
conking. I'hone "i!P2.
Two ubely furnished front rooms, main
entrance, ground floor, for r nt. liglil
housekeeping; gas; si.", fiilb K. ttuli st. o-J
Three unfurnished rooms, modern, iras
range, furnished ; m> «*h lid ren ; ou car line.
7.r. F. 4th St., phone 47! .
For Rent- Two connecting rooms fur-
nished. on ground floor, for light house-
keeping 505 F Sth. phoue 7~7 o-:5
For Rent -Clean, comfortable i o..ni> tor
Seeping and some for light housekeepiuv
5.1 W. Reno.
Store room for rent. S. Harvey, 1'hoiic
jied 2235 Reasonable real
i'or Ben i 2 connecting private
entrance for light housekeeping Call
■721 w glal
f urn is tied room. 5r5 w fltE st. Call
If or iteut Two elegi itlj furalsbeil
flout rooins for light housekeeping; elec-
tric light; gas for heat; cheap. Time
fourths mile cast on Fourth St. car. 515
High Sj. P-5
for Kent T«" light hoil-ekee i .| |.
rooms for working people; gas. water and
lights. 2005 11 _'|s W Fourth.
For Kent Two large counecUug fooius
iiml closets, on F Ninth. Call Ki7.t r llros
grocery at fnlr grounds. '.1-5
lotel. free . _
„ii nt ing. pruning, yard grading.
Uur..l'i I ...I"". " ,0„'"p
. i,w-i ' i.
•j7i h and Kelly, phone F, 5U '
well" drilling. appl.Y
which Is baffling the attempts of the
local physicians and Health officers t<>
curb it Nearly 700 cases have been
treated since September In the hospitals
and the complete records show more than
I .mm cases, it Is believed as many more
cases have not been reported
The mortality is heavy ami the disease
appears in a particularly serious form.
" immediate action
In the meantime the city authorities are
urging all residents to boll the drink
ing water. Finergency meetings
Montreal authorities have missed
rials urging the city council to take Itu
mediate steps toward establishing an nde
quale filtration plant.
The Montreal .Notre Dame hospital
of M Knoedler &
Idorf. ami lit
"That Is not news to rue I knew that
as soon u I saw the exhibit. I had one
look at the pictures and that was enough
for tii.* 1 did not go again. I did not
go again It was pretty generally known
that the works were not genuine."
,: AT 99, WOMAN SAYS
SHE'LL LIVE 10 YEARS
month, located nils .\
e.sponslble parties need |
Llddell, room 11, -
For Kent Five
furnished. .M0 pi
ij.plv. See Miss
W Main st.
I or Kent O room
st.. one block of car,
ifiilre 100H W. Seventh
I or" Kent A si \ i oom ITrick coiia.e.
Ilarvev si.. Capitol Hill Curtis F \N'>
210 Security bldg,
For Kent Si\-ro..ni modern house
No. 1510 N. Rroadw a v Inquire of Ton
Ale Median, phone 208. .
I « '< i|.H
labli- In .: ' ; nklai.oiaa
enetils i; ill any < b ile
< >1 Till. i'lartll,
Itltlt li < owtrat tor.
paschal F Rottoins, Mantels. Foundn-
, . - \'.nils, i ngine Reds. Flues, Retain-
i1^ CiRtcrns. Manholes, Conduits,
, l'lers and Rut-
work -.mi a ran teed. 011 W. Sev-
1212 N Stiles
For Kent 1-
lugtou, *12 per
House to ren
i Wanted At . m-
( plo)era. Call at .
w Inti 'i 10 inb< i
\\ r MayOelil.
Cirl Wanted f.
For Kent New s room house. 1227
Ninth. This house is nicely de.orati
has a hue basement and Is one block fin
car; thoroughly modern, gas to each ron
sim 1 m Raughniau, 102 n Robiuai
phone Maln-h. or see h w Hunha
ijoi, r Ninth
i',,r Kent iSltgaiii new 5 tom api 1
liieiits. >42.50 and >1". per mouth. mi
Adams, 1014 n. Walnut, phone '288. '.
82.i w. 10th
from ii to r
2v Rroadway <
hi Lain, skin and x-ray. remov
' fnim,' Indiana building to second floor of i
Anierlcan National bank
MORE LEGIBLE BILLS
OF LADING DEMANDED
turning away twenty patients a day. and
hundreds «.f cases are being treated In
private houses under unsatisfactory con- h
dltlons The Montreal situation has < le
caused much alarm in Ottawa, where the] the
plllity of the water supply Is question
111 lawn's .ii \ authorities have caiitioi
all users of oily water lo purify the hi
ply by boiling, 'is a repetition of
Montreal epidemic is feared
WOMAN WORRIES FOR
FEAR HUSBAND LIVES
Foul lan, l Mis- Catherine
ry. who Ins the distinction of being
oldest ward of the public . adminis-
"i office, tabulated the resolution*
will adopi 1 lie beginning of the I11111-
11h year of her life
II Kit KKHOI.I tionm.
lint I wiii liv> "lit Ireland Is free from
land's rule; till inv native Tlppersry
,'overned for the benefit or |,y kin-
aud not for foreign landlords
liat death Is the result of a weak
perturbed will; therefore, that my
I 01. life will not weaken till 1 am
1 l. |iy years past the proberblal
stlcd with the
v 1 n
lurry lb.ft 1
d the polio
Hit for her
i.sitlve lie w
or. of Anna
Ml In a
Traffic association Is en | slll,
i.nlgn with the National , voi ce,
issoeiniioti to secure legible bills i
Rug and shipping tickets, legible j u , ,
of freight and complete freight ! i|v ^1.
• 1 Itusbi
. of large .
, an ry, but
1 have fair
fui in- tied light nous I
mud floor, two .blocks
water, 1 gbt. i;as fui-
i.tith; 110 ciiRdren, La-
ferrcd sll w Fleventh
For Kent t
of two ear hit
nlshed: *20 pe
dies, em ployed.
j hone 894
nt-e front 100in, gas fni-i.i-lied
blocks of cur; board close by f'r\i
sid w sixth st
MO HI" IIOI >1 Kit PIM. KOO.II
single looms, .all modern c, nv
%r, per week: two . mincefing room
per week; strictly clean u.d cspe«
tenants onb isj-l w Fourth i
shed for light
tn. f Fifth
lor Kent Fn
Rent" modern, ligl.' ' '
hath, lights, gas furnished,
Nnbic 12S. I • c. 1
1 , 1 Hunt two ro ins fr
mi.trance; no children « ai
Furnished room ir
heme «'01 West Fo
Furnisln'l r« mis 1
In^ also st epiiiL.' r .«
1 or R« nt Fo ii unfurnished
Kit H il l K >11 ave
room; also llgiit
rem _ itrti n Harvey.
For kei.: a large, well 1.1 n
room, with or without plan
bitv6 n Walker st.
For Rent Five-room modern i
w. Fifth st «'all phone :c28 0
It nn i iful
1 or * Iteut i'iulit 1 ooiii model
lug. w. Twelfth, half-block w
. ar line : w iii he \ a- at m1 Feb.
owner .phone Rlai k :::! ■
• Rent six house, ti
12:10 w. Sth st For pa rt b'
;t i-j'.j w 8th st. .1 a tracej
For Rent Hou«e in w-iinut c
in ire at xkl n. Broadway
For Rent -:.la 11 1. i''10, fi
Two large, nicely furnished house-
keeping looms, strictly modern; private
fiitniiv. gna lind lights furnished. 710 w -
For Rei. 1 Modern sleeping mom, two
! idles 01 couple; use of piano and parlor, j
Private filially Phone 'woo h "
Furnislie.l rooms, furnace heat, with) 0111 house. See t
board; will take a limited number of
table hoarders 110 w Ninth at. 8 8j For Rent s' .11
l ot Rent One furnished room for two 1 halhroou. el <tii
lock "teil on 1 oint i.
k « sll. rl '.valuing dist
of the Mty, neigh'
'or Itent -Two furnished light ii
ping rooms, ground floor. 2 b
<11 t cKI tt i Olt f'a ii. m\n or wo
m s \fi.t in i i i 'on i.i i
111 < kin- mot i ' " i
ELMS DIE FROM MOTHS
ssocintion and the
* together to secui
lues The shippers
to '.-el Ihi'
eh the sill
Hill before the IriliI
prejudiced and she
et a divorce
l ast • 1 hollis offl
...|y of 11 of fell iiio sum-
juuo m- : .in s| red
1111 oT the
i c;, use of ii
! j That I
' i That i
j which my
That i >
in v friends
of life will !i
to my doctors,
eserh.e. but In
1 nd tor
not sav a cross word
.111 d 11 riii'_' 1010.
make mv will at 01
■ ul 1 hat ii will not be
CURTAIN CALLS FUNNY
TO RUSSIAN ACTRESS
• nlcrn house!
Inet. 711 W
-lit housekeeping roon
Thiid s ;
e>| rooms for ii-,,
FORMER OUTLAW WILL
BECOME U. S. SENATOR
GRAFT IN ALL
DECLARES A JUSTICE
the io1 w 1 n i ted
slsslppi he probabi:
her of the uppei
States congress on
ernmeiit once put a
and back en
I eapt - ' 1
1 ,.r iteni
l ull 111 1012
p«r Ileal J'
itli burn, uo
Rooth to kdl Pi
1, lie cm apt 'I arr
only by the intc.v
1 BECOME> HUMAN BA'IOON
IN LNDEAVORiNG TO DIE
1 o ihi
Pa 1 k Place.
.lust opentd u
|l Idly inodcrii.
ioi for hoiisekec|il!iu .
.Vi 11, "pa, heat "all w S^.T.im'i
"Front room, furnished for J me
uple, eloae In: 123 W I 'blekaaap *l
1 j 'Knit \hel> fni ni-iic 1 1 om -
rent wRh "II modern conveaienees.
at 121_1: st.
'Two nh elv fni n shed connectlni: r
III modem home. !o e In, suitable
Colli C itlonien oi light housekeeping.
1,niie lQOfl w. California. 0*J
Rooms * ii ; board, utrlctlj nouii n
;11-rlo i.i en ulle; good home cooking
rd of >.hi
9- f«.v r.i«
colonel of a New \ot
Itoth were w
id statlnu that
, l oll. Hid till
i i'ork and
2lf w 4ili st.. opposite ti.
1 phone it1.t Klegant furnished rooms
d1 light housekeeping suite. strictly
den.; private bath. Rates reasouabhv
\ i,ere he since has resided
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